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Old 14 August 2010, 00:13   #1
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A possible couple of contributions

I have a couple of original games which I don't think have been SPS'd, though I don't have a Miggy anymore so can't guarantee they're in good enough condition. Anyone interested in helping out?

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- Trivial Pursuit, Amiga Genus Edition (Hit Squad re-release) - I don't think any version of this game has been IPFed yet

- Monkey Island 2 (Kixx XL re-release) - this version does NOT have any code-wheel copy protection, unlike the one which has already been IPFed

These I remember from checking a while back - I'll have a more thorough check tomorrow to see if there's any others.

EDIT: These are English langauge UK release versions.

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Old 14 August 2010, 12:27   #2
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Sweet. Do you have an A1200 or similar to dump them?
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Old 14 August 2010, 13:19   #3
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No I'm afraid I don't have access to an Amiga, but would be happy to post them to someone who would try dumping them for SPS (as long as I got IPFs back if successful).

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Old 14 August 2010, 14:15   #4
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Old 21 August 2010, 14:07   #5
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i live in manchester, if that helps?
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Old 03 October 2010, 11:41   #6
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What happened with these? Were the games dumped ok? The reason I ask is because I also have the same version of Trivial Pursuit Genus Edition if needed.
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chunky_tesco kindly took the disks off my hands to get them IPFed but for various reasons hasn't been able to yet (some technical issues, RL etc). But they are still 'in the queue' I believe.
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hopefully come november...
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hopefully come november...
maybe a bit later, the curse of the thieving salford postal worker seems to have struck again...
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It was sent signed for... so we should find out... soon.
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chunky_Tesco has kindly dumped these for SPS, so hopefully they're okay for IPFs.

In the meantime he's also made ADFs for me, which I'm happy to zone if there's any demand.
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chunky_Tesco has kindly dumped these for SPS, so hopefully they're okay for IPFs.

In the meantime he's also made ADFs for me, which I'm happy to zone if there's any demand.
Yes please!
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They are in the zone now (NB I've not had time to test them yet).
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Old 20 November 2010, 10:31   #14
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Cool - Monkey Island 2 Kixx XL has no mannaul protection at any point?
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No, and also just discovered you can run it from A1200 HD without first having to go to the Early Startup Menu and choosing Original Chip Set. So another advantage over the original release (which had corrupted graphics if you did that).
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Nice one Do you mind if I put them on the file server as well?
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Nice one Do you mind if I put them on the file server as well?
glad to see they are coming in use. Since kyroflux's/kryfluxi(?) are currently in short supply maybe I should offer to dump disks for fellow EABers?
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Nice one Do you mind if I put them on the file server as well?
Of course. Also my Trivial Pursuit box has a sticker saying 'A1200 Compatible' - I don't think the original version was. Just tested it with A1200 Quickstart in WinUAE and it seems to work fine.
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Of course. Also my Trivial Pursuit box has a sticker saying 'A1200 Compatible' - I don't think the original version was. Just tested it with A1200 Quickstart in WinUAE and it seems to work fine.

i'll get the floppies back to you once they've been verified by sps
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