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Using Cue and Bin files to install a game? HELP!


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#1 Foxfire9

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Posted 06 March 2016 - 11:58 AM

I downloaded this old game I used to have off a torrent site, and, much to my dismay, realized the installer wasn't so clear-cut and it had no instructions! Can anyone help me figure out what to do here, step-by-step preferably? I'm using WinISO instead of Daemon Tools because DT gave me some virus-y nonsense...functions are the same.

FILES:

drz-ztcc.nfo
drz-ztcc.zip (already unpacked)
MARINE.zip (not unpacked yet, game expansion pack)
RZR-ZTCC.nfo
rzr-ztcc1.bin
rzr-ztcc1.cue
rzr-ztcc2.bin
rzr-ztcc2.cue
zoo.exe (clicked, nothing happens)
zoo.ini
ZOO_TYCN.zip (already unpacked)



 



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Posted 08 March 2016 - 05:04 PM

 

Dear all members at BC,


Please do not ask for any code or any other way to get a game for free that you would have to go to the store and buy. The reason why i say this (and i am sure Grinler and BC will agree with me) is because it is against copyright laws that the original company has on the game. So not only would you be breaking the law by getting this information without buying the game, BC would also be breaking the law by giving you the information. Also you are breaking the law if you give this information to a person or member at BC or any other website. I am trying not to be mean but I don't want BC or any members getting in trouble with the law. So please DO NOT ask or give out any information about codes and getting games for free that usually cost money. 

 

DO NOT ask for help for pirated software. Of course it had no instructions, it's pirated material.



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Posted 08 March 2016 - 05:18 PM

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Posted 11 March 2016 - 06:12 PM

Even though it is a game you used to have, we cannot give you instructions for it as someone looking to pirate could use them for their own purposes.
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