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MethodGit 18 May 2009 00:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by Magix (Post 528097)
[*]DO NOT upload NEVER EVER APC & TCP Software.

All Saints and APC&TCP collaborated together at some point????


^_~

Graham Humphrey 18 May 2009 10:56

*tumbleweed*

;)

Doc Mindie 18 May 2009 11:25

*uploads everything APC&TCP software I can find*

*whistles innocently*

:P

TCD 18 May 2009 11:30

At least you would be 'sandboxed' now :p

exoticaga 19 May 2009 08:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Doc Mindie (Post 549263)
*uploads everything APC&TCP software I can find*

*whistles innocently*

:P

Sollution ? Maybe TCD can relay all what cannot be shared here, over to other sharing sites p2p etc.

For those that don't know, which is APC&TCP software or not. :xmas

TCD 19 May 2009 08:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by exoticaga (Post 549642)
Sollution ? Maybe TCD can relay all what cannot be shared here, over to other sharing sites p2p etc.

Or maybe not. No APC & TCP software, fullstop ;) Don't ask me for any 'not suitable for EAB' stuff, because I have none... :nervous... well at least I won't share it :p

exoticaga 19 May 2009 10:11

I am talking on behalf of others that do not post or wish to post on this thread etc, and there will be some people. And some people that have no clue as what APC & TCP software is or what they are (new and old users!)

An idea to have a list (top of a thread) of all currently know APC & TCP software that's kept updated. That way it would help all others that don't know.

Lets say a person has a few cd images they would like to share with us, on an EAB site. Maybe a list is a bit much, something like lame or similar would be better for checking (maybe not mame unless that's all there is).

Just pop in the cd, mounted iso, folder or archive etc. Program checks the files within for any APC & TCP software. Tells quickly if any and what files found are APC & TCP software or not.

Then the user can then be assured that, the files they upload will be accepted on EAB sites. And if has APC & TCP software found in the search they can instead share on other non EAB sites instead. Maybe this will help the uploaded been peed of having to double upload (if they bother to) and place the share on EAB sites or other no EAB sites, uploading just once.

TCD 19 May 2009 10:37

Okay here is a list of 'bad' APC & TCP disks that shouldn't be uploaded :

Code:

1990 - Die 1993'er Edition (1993)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 1 of 3)
1990 - Die 1993'er Edition (1993)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 2 of 3)
1990 - Die 1993'er Edition (1993)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 3 of 3)
Bi-Fi - Snackzone (1993)(Bi-Fi Roll)(De)(FW)[APC&TCP FD-Serie]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 4 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 5 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 6 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 7 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 8 of 8)[h TRSi][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High - Data Disk 1 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)[h FTH][a][data disk]
Flyin' High - Data Disk 1 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)[h FTH][data disk]
Flyin' High - Data Disk 2 (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)[h FTH][a][data disk]
Flyin' High - Data Disk 2 (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)[h FTH][data disk]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 4 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 5 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 6 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 7 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Flyin' High v1.10 (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 8 of 8)[h FTH][HD, 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast]
Gunbee F99 (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(M3)(Disk 1 of 2)[HD]
Gunbee F99 (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(M3)(Disk 2 of 2)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 1 of 5)[cr PDY][HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 1 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 2 of 5)[cr PDY][HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 2 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 3 of 5)[cr PDY][HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 3 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 4 of 5)[cr PDY][HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 4 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 5 of 5)[cr PDY][HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 5 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 6 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 7 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 8 of 9)[HD]
Jaktar - Der Elfenstein (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 9 of 9)[HD]
Kargon v1.0 (1996)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 1 of 2)
Kargon v1.0 (1996)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 1 of 2)[h LFC]
Kargon v1.0 (1996)(APC & TCP)(De)(Disk 2 of 2)
Kargon v1.0 (1996)(APC & TCP)(Disk 1 of 2)[h TRSi]
Kargon v1.0 (1996)(APC & TCP)(Disk 2 of 2)[h TRSi]
Kargon v1.0 (demo-playable) (1996)(APC & TCP)
Logic (1997)(APC & TCP)[cr TRSi]
Logic (1997)(APC & TCP)[cr TRSi][WB]
Marblelous (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)
Marblelous (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)[cr Hitpoint]
Marblelous (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)[cr PDY][b errdms]
Marblelous (1995)(APC & TCP)(De)[cr QTX]
Marblelous II (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 2)
Marblelous II (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 2)[h FTH]
Marblelous II (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 2)
Marblelous II (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 2)[h FTH]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 5)(Boot)
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 5)(Boot)[b]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 5)(1)[cr DLM]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 5)(2)[cr DLM]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 4 of 5)(3)[cr DLM]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 5 of 5)(4)[cr DLM]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 5 of 5)(Boot)[cr DLM]
Pinball BrainDamage (1998)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 5 of 5)(Boot)[cr DLM][a]
Tautrix (1993)(APC & TCP)
Tautrix (demo-playable) (1993)(APC & TCP)[h 2KAD]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 3)
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 3)[a]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 3)[cr HF]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 1 of 3)[cr HF][t +14 HF]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 3)
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 2 of 3)[cr HF]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 3)
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 3)[a]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 3)[cr HF]
Testament (1997)(APC & TCP)(AGA)(Disk 3 of 3)[cr HF][a]

Would be nice if someone else could provide a list of APC & TCP CDs.

exoticaga 19 May 2009 10:53

Maybe then after get together all the know APC & TCP you could post them on a list together. On the forum somewhere everyone will notice it, with knowing it can only but help others. :)



The true meaning of ACP & TCP what does the abriveted letters mean. And maybe that could be part of the title on top of the list.

(i ask because i also don't know what those letters mean, they're always shown abreviated)

TCD 19 May 2009 10:56

I think it's time that AndreasM tells us a bit about his company ;)

TCD 19 May 2009 12:18

Just got an email from AndreasM and here are the answers :

APC & TCP stood for 'Amiga Power Computer & The Commmodore Pirates'. Later it changed to 'Amiga Personal Computer & Teamwork Computerclub Programming'.

You can find the list of games here :
http://www.apc-tcp.de/support.php
or here :
http://www.apc-tcp.de/history.php

Hope now the APC & TCP related questions are answered.

lilalurl 19 May 2009 13:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheCyberDruid (Post 549701)
You can find the list of games here :
http://www.apc-tcp.de/support.php
or here :
http://www.apc-tcp.de/history.php

There is also that sort of database thingie about amiga games some dudes launched a short while ago :D called HOL:
http://hol.abime.net/hol_search.php?...lisher=APC&TCP

Didn't bother to double check if all the references were there though.

TCD 19 May 2009 13:31

No, HOL only lists games if you ever noticed lilalurl ;) But thanks for pointing out HOL, because I think not everybody had yet dicovered the box in the upper right corner... :D

Shoonay 19 May 2009 13:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheCyberDruid (Post 549678)
Okay here is a list of 'bad' APC & TCP disks...

Yeah, they're bad alright ;)

StingRay 19 May 2009 13:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheCyberDruid (Post 549701)
APC & TCP stood for 'Amiga Power Computer & The Commmodore Pirates'.

That's fucking awesome. :D :lol:lol:lol

TCD 19 May 2009 13:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shoonay (Post 549738)
Yeah, they're bad alright ;)

If you upload one of them to the file server, you'll see how bad they are :cheese

exoticaga 20 May 2009 12:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheCyberDruid (Post 549701)
Just got an email from AndreasM and here are the answers :

APC & TCP stood for 'Amiga Power Computer & The Commmodore Pirates'. Later it changed to 'Amiga Personal Computer & Teamwork Computerclub Programming'.

You can find the list of games here :
http://www.apc-tcp.de/support.php
or here :
http://www.apc-tcp.de/history.php

Hope now the APC & TCP related questions are answered.

Actualy that was very informative, i didn't realise that there are so many titles i didn't know them all.

Maybe if this was posted at the thread start. With the titles listed from this link, it would be of help to anyone that needs to know.


And thanks TCD for asking about the meaning of the abbreviated APC & TCP letters for us. We now know... Hang on pirates! damn bloody pirates... lets fight back and steal their wares. :D

Oh heck hang on again one mo... Look they have changed their name to 'Teamwork Computerclub Programming' its no wonder the name is kept abbreviated to TCP. Maybe then they're not pirates anymore OHhh no... yeh as if... :)

Then there's the small matter of what all those titles are. On the cds such as vol.1, vol.2 etc, they will need to be listed.

Specksynder 31 May 2009 18:15

Hi!
Is there a possibility to download all the AmigaRemix files (MUSIC folder) in one big ZIP file?:confused

TCD 31 May 2009 18:20

Simple answer : No. Someone would have to download the whole lot, zip it and upload it again. Or the original uploader would have to upload it that way.

Specksynder 31 May 2009 18:20

Ok thank you


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