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Syndicate is a Cyberpunk Real Time Strategy game. It was made by Bullfrog and was published by EA in 1993. Syndicate Plus. Syndicate Plus. First release date. Platform of this game. Developer: Bullfrog Productions, Ltd. This edit will also create new pages on Giant Bomb for: Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your edits. Make sure this is what you intended.

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Syndicate CD Key is regarded to be a tactical, real time, isometric game that was released on 1993 from Bullfrog Productions. It belongs to the Syndicate series and is termed to be its first title. American Revolt is its expansion pack and Syndicate Wars its sequel. Also, reboot Syndicate is released. The expansion packs combined with the original name were re-released in 1996 together as Syndicate Plus. Its publisher is Electronic Arts, producer is Kevin Buckner and Peter Molyneux, designer is Sean Cooper, programmers are Phillip Jones and Sean Cooper and composer is Russel Shaw. The different platforms for which it got released are Amiga, MS DOS, Mac, Amiga CD32, Atari Jaguar, SNES, Sega Genesis, 3DO, Acorn Archimedes, Sega-CD, NEC PC-9801 and PSP.

The gameplay is said to involve having one – 4 person cyborg agent team to be ordered around cities that are displayed in isometric fixed view style, with several missions like assassinating rival syndicate executives, helping captured allies to be rescued, having scientists and civilians to be persuaded towards joining the company of the player or kill every enemy agent around. It was ranked 67th best game for PC of all time in 1996 by Computer Gaming World.

Hi there, I'm new to this kind of emulator. I use a Mac G5 PowerPC and I don't know anything about using 'Terminal'. I've just DL'd a bunch of games as 'Zip' files, unzipped them, and started playing them without any knowledge of how to properly set up initially with directories and so forth.

I want to know how to save games. I've tried to read up on everything regarding setting up DOSbox on Macs, but I just can't understand how to get it to save. I'm playing 'Syndicate'. I DL'd the games as ZIP files, so I only got a copy of DOSbox because I thought I needed it, but the zip file applications I DL'd seemed to be 'self contained' files without the need for DOSbox. Can somebody try to dumb things down a bit for me? I get confused with creating directories in the DOS emulator.

Any help for this newbie would be great. Thanks Newbie Posts: 9 Joined: 2011-8-22 @ 02:15 Location: Toronto, Canada. 1.- Read the manual. 2.- Piracy / abandonware is not supported here, only your original games (i.e.: those you can download via GOG). 3.- DOSBox emulates DOS, so to create directorios INSIDE DOSBox, you'll need some (basic) DOS knowledge. Keep in mind that you can create directories OUTSIDE DOSBox. 4.- Every game has his own manual.

As far as I remember, Syndicate could save games. 5.- DOSBox has not anything like 'snapshot saving'. 6.- There are some things like '60 seconds guide to DOSBox'.

7.- Read the manual. Wow, I've tried everything I can, and now I'm just getting exhausted. I'm including 2 screenshots of what my directories look like. Again, I'm using a Mac, PowerPC, OS 10.5.8(who knows, maybe that's part of my problem) I don't understand why the Syndicate directory is labelled 'SYNDIC1'. That's frustrating me too. Thanks for any help.

Please believe me, I'm reading anything on the net I can find, but everyone who's figured it out just says that creating a 'SAVE' folder in the 'SYND' directory solved it. Just to be safe, I put a SAVE folder in every single directory within the Syndicate folder.

Going back to why my Syndicate folder is labelled 'SYNDIC1' Attachments 004.jpg (93.36 KiB) Viewed 9013 times (100.54 KiB) Downloaded 402 times Newbie Posts: 9 Joined: 2011-8-22 @ 02:15 Location: Toronto, Canada. Thank you for your help. I am just trying to solve my problem. I don't think I am an illegal downloader. I use DOSbox and I found the game Syndicate as a 'free' download.

Forgive me, like I said, I just want to solve my problem as quickly as I can. I cannot enjoy this classic game without the ability to save. At least members from this forum have been very helpful to me. I still have not given up hope of being able to save my games. Newbie Posts: 9 Joined: 2011-8-22 @ 02:15 Location: Toronto, Canada. Caveneau wrote:I use DOSbox and I found the game Syndicate as a 'free' download.Dominus is correct. There is no such thing as a 'free' download of Syndicate; any such download (at this particular point in time) is illegal.

I know for a fact that some of these illegal downloadable versions of Syndicate have been badly packaged and won't work properly at all; that is one of the reasons why illegal downloads are not supported here. If you really want to play this game, you can probably get a legitimate copy that at least has a chance of working properly off of eBay. Muat turun free antivirus for mac.

See also l33t Posts: 7043 Joined: 2003-2-14 @ 19:50 Location: Canada. I had some success, I got it working on my PC and I CAN SAVE! Now, trying to get it working on my mac is still a challenge.

I followed the CD mounting instructions no problem for the PC, but would they be the same for Mac? I noticed that the ' ' in PC commands is '/' for Mac.

Syndicate Plus For Mac

Would I follow the same instructions for mac as PC and just replace the slashes? Also, the file/folder name is causing me a lot of confusion. Anyway, at least I can play/save on the PC It would be nice if I can finally figure this out. I'm sure its easy for some people, but I'm a bit rusty on DOS. I've never even used 'Terminal' on the mac. Thanks folks, I appreciate your time. Newbie Posts: 9 Joined: 2011-8-22 @ 02:15 Location: Toronto, Canada.

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Got it working no problem on my Mac, but I still can't save. Btw, I'm running OS 10.5.8 With the Syndicate Plus CD inserted, I opened the 'SYND.EXE' with DOSBox and it runs quite well. I think the sound is still a bit glitchy in between mission startups. I've read about as much as I can find on saving on mac but I can never follow enough to apply it to my situation. I read about using 'Terminal', but I couldn't find any kind of walkthrough for that. Anyway, I'm getting closer. Newbie Posts: 9 Joined: 2011-8-22 @ 02:15 Location: Toronto, Canada.

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