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Old 03 September 2005, 18:59   #1
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Question Lemmings - individual files from disk

Is there any way to get the indiviual files from either of the Lemmings disks? Workbench says that the disks are "NDOS," and I assume that this is the filesystem because of copy-protection. I can open the Lemmings demo disk in ADF Opus w/o problems, so can I get the files from the copy-protected game in any similar way? I'm not concerned about being able to play the game from the files.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 03 September 2005, 19:55   #2
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There are no individual files on this disk. Only the author knows how data is organized on it. (Probably the cracker knows it, too).
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Lemmings have a Psygnosis custom filesystem. The JST developer package (http://jffabre.free.fr/amiga/bintools/jst_dev.lha) has two tools to extract them: psydir and rippsyfiles. Also the JST Lemmings installer (http://jffabre.free.fr/amiga/jff_loaders/lemmingshd.lzx) writes files from the disk. And if you're interested you can find the music and a player for it on http://amiga.emucamp.com/wt/wt.html
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Thank you so much.
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