Mine is the CD-ROM with the blurry skull picture on the cover and the first track is the CD-ROM content so the music starts on track 2.
I got the CD-ROM one too.
After looking at the "Data" part of the CD today, I realized that this is a 16-Bit MS-DOS program. LOL! Is this really what we used in 1995? ^^
Unfortunately this doesn't launch on a modern 64-Bit Windows system, but even on my 32-Bit Windows XP machine, the program aborted with some error.
Not very surprising though. To run this program on a computer from the current millennium, you need a fully-featured DOS emulator like "DOSBox".
But things get even funnier:
After having a closer look, it turns out that the "software" included on this CD is nothing but Fractint
, a freeware
fractal generator created for IBMPC's:http://www.fractint.org/
All they did is package Fractint and add some Batch scripts that will launch the Fractint program with a specific preset
Really, I could have created that in five minutes - in 1995 when I was twelve years old!
(I mean putting together the software package that is included on the disc - not
writing the Fractint program itself)
Anyway, everybody who ever wondered what the software included on this CD looks like, can just download the Fractint program from the official web-site!
Looks like this:http://img812.imageshack.us/img812/5401/dosbox074cpuspeed3000cyw.png