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A game that improves your creativity and intelligence!

Rugrats Munchin Land is a 2002 adventure game based on the cartoon series, with lots of puzzles to solve. The action takes place in the land of odd. Tommy and all his Rugrats friends have to find the Whizzer of Odd. As you probably figured out, this game is based on the classic story: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The characters are: Kimi as 'the girl from Kansas', Chuckie the 'Scaredy-Cat Lion', Tommy as 'The Scarecrow' and Phil & Lil as 'The Tin Twins'. You will win the game if you find Whizzer of Odd (Grandpa Lou). You will face many obstacles throughout the game and some of them are The MunchinTollbooth Keeper (Dil) and the Wicked Witch of the West (Angelica). The Good Witch (Susie) will help you pass all the obstacles, and will stay at your disposal with all the help. She will also help you understand the game better and to learn fast. You will take turns spinning a colorful spinner, and the arrows will show possible directions when approaching a fork in the road. Then you will move to the right colored space. You will be rewarded with fun surprises. The point and click interface looks good and is simple to use. Beside the help provided by Susie, the mini-games will also offer proper guidance. The humorous aspect will keep you stuck to it long hours, but the repetitive aspect that defines the gameplay will ruin the charm a bit. All in all, this is a great educational game that will improve your creativity, skills and intelligence!

5.0 out of 5 stars Rugrats Munchin Land Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 October 2011 This game is astoundingly fun; with the potential to be either a quick time filler or a day-long activity, Rugrats Munchin Land is amusing for anyone who likes either Rugrats or the Wizard of Oz.

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Welcome to the Guides intro to Emulation.

Below, are instructions and links that will show you how to run games
that you will find located in the Macintosh Garden's pages.

  1. Selecting an Emulator
  2. The Guides

Introduction to Emulation

Macintosh Garden features many abandonware games. These games can be decades old, and therefore were developed for computers and operating systems that are now obsolete. As a consequence, many of the games featured on Macintosh Garden will not work on today's computers. The best way to run these games is to acquire a vintage computer system, but this is not always easy. To help those without old hardware, this wiki will describe how to use emulators to play the games on modern systems.

Selecting an Emulator

For best results you should try to emulate the machine that your game was designed for! Check the publishing date of the game for hints. Any host system can run an emulator. This means that users of Mac OS X, Windows, Linux and even more esoteric operating systems can all enjoy the games on Macintosh Garden. The four main emulators you will use are:


Emulates a PowerPC Macintosh that will run Mac OS versions 9.0.4 to 10.5.


Emulates a PowerPC Macintosh that will run Mac OS versions 7.5.2 to 9.0.4. This means that you are emulating a Macintosh setup that was commonly used from about 1995 to 2000. Games published in the late 90s are most stable in SheepShaver. Games that require a PowerPC processor will only run in SheepShaver.Skip to the guides for SheepShaver

Basilisk II

Rugrats Munchin Land Download MacBasilisk II emulates a 680x0 Macintosh that will run Mac OS versions 7 to 8.1. This represents a date range of about 1991 to 1998. Games published in the early and mid 1990s are most stable in Basilisk II.Skip to the guides for Basilisk II

Mini vMac

Games published in the 1980s will usually run best in Mini vMac. Mini vMac emulates a black and white (only) Mac Plus (68000 processor) that can run System versions 1 to 7.5.5. (Work is being done on Mac II support, including color, in Mini vMac with a large number of possible variations.) This represents a date range of about 1984 to 1996.Skip to the guides for Mini vMacKeep in mind that there is a lot of backwards compatibility in Mac OS. SheepShaver and Mac OS 9 run a lot of games from the 1980s and early 1990s, and Basilisk II runs many 1980s games with no problems.

The Guides

Setting up an emulator is easy, and there is a wealth of setup guides available to help you out. Keep in mind that before you begin, you will need a valid Macintosh ROM image to run an emulator. You can get this from your old Macintosh computer, if you own one. Otherwise one will have to be acquired elsewhere, e.g.; from friends, family members, or online searches.You'll also need a copy of an old version of Mac OS to run in your emulator. Versions 6 to 7.5.5 are available for free and the guides below will show you where to get them and how to use them. Later versions (useful mostly in SheepShaver) were not free, so you will either need to buy a disc from somewhere or check through the apps section of this website for a suitable copy.

For Mini vMac

  • Mini vMac is the easiest of the emulators to get started with. Most users can just check out the official documentation and should be up and running without too much effort.
  • Windows users can check out an illustrated setup guide.
  • iPhone users can also run Mini vMac. Check out the official page of that port for more information.

For Basilisk ll

  • E-Maculation has a setup guide for Mac OS X users, and another guide for Windows users, and another here for users of the Linux port of Basilisk II.
  • Linux users can also consult the official documentation (Web archive link: site currently off-line).

For SheepShaver

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  • Low End Mac has a concise setup guide for OS X users. Note: If you are following this guide, please first download a more recent version of SheepShaver.
  • For more advanced issues, Emaculation.com has a more detailed guide and a forum dedicated to setting up SheepShaver for OS X.
  • Emaculation.com also has a setup guide for Windows users.
  • The WordPerfect Mac Yahoo group has complete installs of SheepShaver for Intel Macs. No other software needed. Free at WPMac.
  • Linux can consult the Ubuntu setup guide for help.


  • Emaculation.com also has setup guides for Mac OS X users as well as for Windows users.

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Downloading games from this website

Most games featured on Macintosh Garden are archived in the .SIT format. This format is ideal for extracting on Mac OS 9 and earlier - where you will be running your games. On Mac OS X you can extract these files using StuffIt Expander.

Uploading games to this website

This topic is a guide itself, please read A Beginner's Guide for Uploading Stuff to Macintosh Garden and Uploading games to this website.If you just want to upload a game, simply create an account and login, then when you click the add game link located at the top right of the website, a form will allow you to enter the new game's details; Game name, file, description, screenshot etc.


What is a ROM? - A 'ROM' image is a file that is created by reading the contents of an Integrated Circuit which is installed in the Macintosh that the file is read from. The ROM file contains data about the exact model, it also contains copyrighted data from Apple. It is vital that you have a ROM file from the exact model of Macintosh that you wish to emulate.I don't have an old version of Mac OS? 7.5.x will run most games on Macintosh Garden and is good for Mini vMac and Basillisk II. Later and even earlier versions may be available in the apps section of this site.

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Installing games/other software onto your emulator

A guide on installing apps on Mini vMac, Basilisk II, and SheepShaver is here. Feel free to improve it!