No World OrderOr is that "Yes World Order"? You can still order the world's first music-only interactive CD-ROM by TR-i through a number of sources. It's available in both Mac and Windows 3 formats.
There is a small program that comes with Win95 (which
they conveniently forget to tell you about) called Mkcompat.exe - it is
in the Windows/System directory. There is no help file for the program,
but it isn't that hard to figure out. However, from personal experience
I have discovered that to run NWO you have to go into Mkcompat.exe -
i.e. execute the program. Then you put NWO in the CDrom player of the
computer. Select NWO.exe - ON THE CD DRIVE - don't try to execute the
install program - it doesn't work. Click all the boxes in Mkcompat.exe
and then SAVE the new configuration. Now Win95 will tell the system to
pretend it is Win3 whenever you execute NWO.exe FROM THE CD DRIVE. And
it works - however - it is a good idea close everything else that you
are running before you start since it was made to run alone.
I noticed the caveats on running NWO interactive CD under newer versions of windows. Just thought I'd let you know that it seems to run fine under Windows XP. I just had to set the Properties/Compatibility setting for NWO.EXE to "Windows 95"