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Old 09 October 2010, 01:30   #1
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Brian The Lion Prestige & Dytec cracks

According to Galahad, two more cracks of this game exist that are not present in the TOSEC.

Can anyone confirm that these exist (Google has been very little help unfortunately) and if they're able to Zone them up or wherever? Thanks.
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Old 10 October 2010, 15:22   #2
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According to Galahad, two more cracks of this game exist that are not present in the TOSEC.

Can anyone confirm that these exist (Google has been very little help unfortunately) and if they're able to Zone them up or wherever? Thanks.
I have Prestige (Mok) crack of BTL if I remember right, and works 100% correctly, this game has perhaps ingame protection(s).
But of course Jurassic Park cracks from Galahad lists don't works OK.
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Old 10 October 2010, 17:31   #3
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I have Prestige (Mok) crack of BTL if I remember right, and works 100% correctly, this game has perhaps ingame protection(s).
But of course Jurassic Park cracks from Galahad lists don't works OK.
I'm now aware that Jurassic Park both cracks are not 100%, try taking a look at the date of the thread Methodgit is linking to.

And Brian the Lion has 2x doc checks and thats it for protection.
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Is there a working version of Jurrassic Park anywhere???
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Old 11 October 2010, 10:08   #5
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Is there a working version of Jurrassic Park anywhere???
Only the WHDLoad version is 100%
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Only the WHDLoad version is 100%
Incidentally, is it a fix that can be (hex?)edited into an ADF? I've been looking at a lot of simple cracking/hacking stuff lately and so felt like asking.
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Incidentally, is it a fix that can be (hex?)edited into an ADF? I've been looking at a lot of simple cracking/hacking stuff lately and so felt like asking.
Jurassic Park is not a simple crack/hack, its a time intensive game to fully deprotect.
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Jurassic Park is ridden with something like 50 copylocks spanned over 4 disks

And for what i remember it's a mix of ASM and C code.
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Jurassic Park is ridden with something like 50 copylocks spanned over 4 disks
When will you finally stop posting info which is utterly wrong? 50 Copylocks, yeah, right... There are 4 in the game.

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And for what i remember it's a mix of ASM and C code.
Game is coded in ASM so this is not true either.
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Shit, wrong again again ? XD doh !
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According to Galahad, two more cracks of this game exist that are not present in the TOSEC.

Can anyone confirm that these exist (Google has been very little help unfortunately) and if they're able to Zone them up or wherever? Thanks.
Do you still want this?

I have the MOK crack (ferox trained) and also BTL AGA (can't remember who thats cracked by)
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As far as I recall, no-one got caught out by the second doc check in Brian the Lion ECS or AGA, althought Hoodlum did make a great big fuss about it bragging about how they cracked the second doc check as if they were the only ones to spot it!

Needless to say they were wrong.
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Jurassic Park is ridden with something like 50 copylocks spanned over 4 disks

And for what i remember it's a mix of ASM and C code.
No it has lots of checksums to protect the copylocks and the PDOS routines.
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found a fix from SkidRow for their own release. Is the SKR crack in Tosec?
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Yep and also a prefixed disk : Brian the Lion (1994)(Psygnosis)(Disk 1 of 3)[cr SR][f SR]
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Yep and also a prefixed disk : Brian the Lion (1994)(Psygnosis)(Disk 1 of 3)[cr SR][f SR]
Skid Row were long dead by 1994.

I only recall the Dytec, Hoodlum and Prestige versions being released at that time.
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Blame the TOSEC guys then Just forwarded the info based on the latest DAT.
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Skid Row were long dead by 1994.

I only recall the Dytec, Hoodlum and Prestige versions being released at that time.
Hmmm, probably a fake? Uploaded the "SkidRow" fix to the zone anyway.
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