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Image Requests (STX Files)
26.08.08 at 01:56:55
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Well, with Rick Dangerous I, II, Chuck Rock and Thunderhawk all done I'm now looking for PASTI images of the following.

If anyone has them can they please mail them to any of us at D-Bug Smiley

Car-Vup, Corporation, Doodle Bug, Frenetic, Heimdall, Torvak The Warrior, War Zone, Wolfchild.

Stupid thing is I had all these as originals until the god damned shipping company lost one of my crates in the move Sad
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Re: Image Requests (STX Files)
Reply #1 - 26.08.08 at 06:08:40
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The time zone is killing us, I striked out the ones I have here on my hard disk Smiley
  
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Reply #2 - 26.08.08 at 10:51:37
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OK Wolfchild sucks at 16mhz (tested in steem) plus it's crap. so not wasting time on that.
Corporation is butt ugly and slow, so again - not wasting time.
And Heimdal is an RPG so... no thanks Smiley
Thats made the Core Design sweep easier Smiley
  

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Reply #3 - 27.08.08 at 13:13:32
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CJ regarding those Core games. Do you think any are in the two massive boxes of disks you gave me ?

Just had a browse through those boxes, some rare stuff indeed! e.g. Magic Pockets single disk version by S.H.I.T Smiley

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Re: Image Requests (STX Files)
Reply #4 - 27.08.08 at 14:23:22
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On the subject of big boxes, let me tell you a sad story...

In my teens I was involved in a car accident and received a large £££ payout in compensation (which I promptly spent on 16/32Bit hardware, music, clothes, booze and recreational substances).  By the time I was due to move to Bristol to go to Uni I had a STE, an Amiga 1200 and a CD32 and hundreds of boxed games.  Deciding to spend the last wad of cash on a PC for uni work (and to play Quake of course), I left the aforementioned computers at home to gather dust.

Fast forward a few years (about 2000 I think) my parents wanted to clear my old room for my younger brother to use.  I came home from my place in bristol, loaded all my old stuff in boxes and moved it into the garage.  Two years later (following another house clearout) I get a call from my Mum asking what I want to do with all my old computers.  Completely detatched from the retroscene at this point, I told her to just dump it...

Now, years later, I'm still trying to get it all back!  I had loads of rare stuff in mint condition and complete with manuals - I used to buy poorly-selling games for £1-2 a pop from a warehouse clearance end-of-line store, and as we all know now, if a game didn't sell many copies they're generally worth a few quid now.  I also had all the big publisher games (all the Bitmap stuff and Team 17 games in 1st edition big boxes), original Core releases, Image Works, Krisilis, Melborn House, Graftgold, Hewson, etc. but also a few rare shareware and small-lable games too - especially for the CD32 (boxed Xenon II CDTV anyone?).

Oh well... I'm sure I'm not the only one who did this.  Anyway, that's the end of my confession - back to the original topic Smiley
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Re: Image Requests (STX Files)
Reply #5 - 27.08.08 at 19:02:40
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Hmm, I should create a thread where people post their happy/sad stories Smiley. Thanks for sharing James!
  
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Reply #6 - 27.08.08 at 21:57:40
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Shw - they might well be. They wont have boxes but the might be in one of the several trays of originals.

  

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Reply #7 - 30.08.08 at 11:21:06
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CJ wrote on 26.08.08 at 10:51:37:
And Heimdall is an RPG so... no thanks Smiley

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Reply #8 - 30.08.08 at 13:21:28
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None of us at D-Bug really have any interest in RPG games - so even if we did it we'd never get it tested enough to release it.

Plus, none of us would be remotely motivated to do it - and motivation is 99.5% of the whole deal.
  

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Re: Image Requests (STX Files)
Reply #9 - 30.08.08 at 14:53:01
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Anyway, no pasti = no fun Smiley
  
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