Hyper-V Program Manager
“Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego” is one of the great classic educational games. It has been re-released and re-mastered many times – but it was originally released in 1985.
In this game – you take on the role of a detective who is hunting down the notorious thief “Carmen Sandiego” and the various members of her gang. You do this by completing a number of missions, each of which follow this formula:
You have one week of game time to track down the thief and obtain a warrant. If you take too long, fail to obtain a warrant or obtain a warrant for the wrong person – the thief will get away.
I have fond memories of the fun involved in playing this game – and thankfully it runs perfectly under Virtual PC:
The original release of “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego” only supported monochrome or CGA (4 color) display. When you play it under Virtual PC you will get the CGE experience.
One interesting historic point: because a portion of this game involved using random demographic information to determine the next country to visit (and because the Internet was around yet) this game originally shipped with a world almanac (i.e. a physical reference book).
OMG. I can remember this game. It was a great game at that time.
I remember I played it too! The Deluxe version. Btw why not play it under DOSBox today so you can play with highest quality graphics, sound and you don't have to boot into DOS. Or are you referring to the Windows version?
@xpclient - probably because this is Virtual PC Guy's Blog, not DOSBox Guy's Blog. Just a wild guess...
I Like The Old Carmen Sandiego, But I Would Like To Plat It On The New Win 7