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Old 29 December 2008, 19:29   #21
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Thanks Tweeky.
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Old 30 December 2008, 09:04   #22
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Hi cody, do you happens to know, which guy in the communauty owns Transarctica AGA
and Ishar AGA 256 colors, as i saw the disks scans ?

We lack the ADF of these games in original form
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Old 07 February 2009, 20:16   #23
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uploaded:

anstoss-disk.jpg
there are 2 Versions, one with 3 Disks and one with 5 Disks. the Disk already on HOL is from the 5 Disk Version, my scan is from the 3 Disk Version. got the 3 Disk version last year on ebay within a pack with more games and didnt look at it bcs. i have the 5 disk version since back in the days when it was released, just found out some days ago when i wondered why HOL says 3 Disks.

beneath-a-steel-sky-german-disk.jpg
benefactor-manual.jpg
birds-of-prey-manual-addendum-sheet.jpg
hollywoodpokerpro-disk.jpg (i have this scan on my hd since a while can't remember i already sent it or not)
sideshow-codewheel.jpg
sideshow-disk.jpg
sideshow-german-box-back.jpg
sideshow-german-box-front.jpg

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Bundesliga Manager Hattrick Supporter
BMH-Supporter-book-back.jpg
BMH-Supporter-book-front.jpg
BMH-Supporter-box-back.jpg
BMH-Supporter-disk.jpg
BMH-Supporter-manual-page1.jpg
BMH-Supporter-manual-page2.jpg
BMH-Supporter-manual-page3.jpg
BMH-Supporter-manual-page4.jpg

Supporter includes a disk and a softcover book (Bundesliga Manager Hattrick Profi Pack the Book for the Game written by Petra Maueröder and Silke Menne)
the disk has game updates(bugfix) and session updates(1994/95) for OCS/ECS Version and AGA Version and an Editor also for OCS/ECS and AGA
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Old 07 February 2009, 20:24   #24
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Supporter includes a disk and a softcover book (Bundesliga Manager Hattrick Profi Pack the Book for the Game written by Petra Maueröder and Silke Menne)
the disk has game updates(bugfix) and session updates(1994/95) for OCS/ECS Version and AGA Version and an Editor also for OCS/ECS and AGA
This sounds interesting. Do you know to which gameversion it updates the AGA version? I have v1.21 here. The Editor sounds nice too. Any chances for an upload of the supporter disk?
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This sounds interesting. Do you know to which gameversion it updates the AGA version? I have v1.21 here. The Editor sounds nice too. Any chances for an upload of the supporter disk?
i made adf of it but been lazy, didnt transfer it to pc, or tested it on amiga, give me some minutes and i will upload and u can have a look yourself

edit: its in the Zone

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Old 07 February 2009, 21:01   #26
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Thanks a bunch Tweeky. I will try this update for the AGA version.

edit: btw, it updates the AGA version to v1.36.

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Old 07 March 2009, 20:29   #27
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update for above:
the OCS/ECS Version is also updated to Version 1.36 with the Supporter Disk

new on ftp:
Elvira - Mistress of Dark
german Install sheet

Heart of China
Box, Disk, manual and misc scans from the german version

Last Ninja 2
Box, Disk, manual from the Hit Squad budget release

Simon the Sorcerer OCS
german Box scans

Wings
german Disk, manual
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Old 02 May 2009, 13:27   #28
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im uploading:

Darkseed german Version
scans
from the german box (only the stickers are german the rest is french ),
disk, instruction sheet and Hint Book

Populous & Promised Lands compilation, budget release by Softprice
box, manual and disk scans

and screenshots for Strip Poker II (Artworx) and the 3 Data Disks
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Old 25 June 2009, 18:53   #29
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new upload:

not at HOL
Thomas the Tank Engine's Fun with Words
screenshots, Box and misc Scans

the Compilation Super Quintet (Reisende im Wind 1+2, Warlock's Quest, Bubble Ghost, Chamonix Challenge)
Box, Disks and misc Scans

also
Aunt Arctic Adventure
Disk Scan of Starbyte version

Qatbol
Disk and misc scan
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Old 27 June 2009, 21:37   #30
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According to Amiga Format 36 (page 50) Dizzy - Prince of Yolk Folk had a pre-release title as of Dizzy and The Lost Treasure of Yolk Folk.

I think this is worth mentioning in additional information.
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Old 12 May 2012, 16:27   #31
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uploaded:

5th Anniversary
scans of the manuals, except the one for Rock'n'Roll, bcs its the same that is already online (http://hol.abime.net/1266/manual)

Aunt Arctic Adventure
scans of a different manual (english,french,german)


im sure i uploaded some years ago the disk and box scans for ADI Junior Helps With Counting (6-7), did they got
lost or been to bad?
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Thanks for the contributions. I am going to try to take care of that and the remaining stuff from Eclipse's last upload this week-end (hopefully I will get tired by my preparations for moving but not too tired to do some work for HOL ).

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im sure i uploaded some years ago the disk and box scans for ADI Junior Helps With Counting (6-7), did they got
lost or been to bad?
Sorry, but I can't find any trace of that on the FTP.

Perhaps it indeeed got lost. Or maybe it is on the hard disk of some HOL members who forgot to upload it (it was probably before I joined so I can't be sure of anything).
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Old 16 May 2012, 11:08   #33
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ADI Junior Helps With Counting (6-7)
Box and Disks rescanned
and while im been on it i decided to scan the manuals too

also manual scans for Thomas the Tank Engines Fun with Words

all uploading now
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Thanks. Disks and box scans uploaded. Manuals will wait a bit.


I have a question about the manuals for 5th anniversary and Aunt Arctic Adventure.
I will need to split each scan in two so that it looks nice when put in a PDF file.

Can I safely assume that the correct order is:
1) from the file X-page1 the page on the right
2) from the file X-page2 the page on the left
3) from the file X-page2 the page on the right
4) from the file X-page1 the page on the left

Usually, it appears clearly it works that way (first German instructions, then English instructions).
However, Graffiti Man has both pages for one language on the same scanned page (ie when the manual is flat).
I think I will need to assemble it this way instead of the "correct" order because otherwise it would mean the PDF would start with the last page of English instructions and the first page of the English instructions would be at the end of the PDF.
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yes u are right with the correct order, dunno why they made Graffiti Man different
and yes that way its better to read in PDF
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as promised im uploading right now german manual, box and disk scans for Space 1889
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Thanks. Disk and box scans uploaded.
Funny how they put a "1meg required" sticker when it is already written at the bottom left. They had probably a bunch of them free provided with the stickers that says that start with "programmtext" .

The technical supplement looks like a multilingual quick start manual. So I am tempted to put it as a 4-page manual. But at the same time, that would split the bottom part dealing with game keys.
I'll have to think of the best solution for that.


I have already quite a backlog of game manuals to assemble so don't expect anything soon (unless another HOL member takes care of that).
I may, or may not, be without Internet access during some time at the end of this week (will be moving most of my stuff, including computer and stuff).

So I guess I will assemble during that time the manuals from the various entries I have already taken care of a part (or sooner, but frankly these days I just feel like relaxing when going online).
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I have already quite a backlog of game manuals to assemble so don't expect anything soon (unless another HOL member takes care of that).
M'kay, I'll take care of some of those then. I'll be busy next week, but afterwards I'll add them.
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Ok. Since the manual for Space 1889 is in German I guess it is better for you to deal with it anyway.

Then depending on whether fatagnus upload new "cleaner" scans:
http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=64375
and if I am not online, you could take care of those.

I have already started to split Speedball US manual (Eclipse's scan) so I guess I will finish that anyway.
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Old 22 May 2012, 16:43   #40
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I uploaded some stuff on 2012 May 9 (folder named "2012-05-09 JerryKurtz" on the FTP site).

Generally, how long does it take for images to be processed?
 
 


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