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Old 13 September 2002, 00:28   #41
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Liquid Kid is available for the PC-Engine, though.

When I get home, I may take a screenshot of it and post it here, if there´s any interest.
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Old 13 September 2002, 04:20   #42
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if Liquid Kids is the game I'm thinking of, it's a stonkin' helluva fucking great game by Taito!!!!! Arcade version too! YES! It's the one i'm thinking of!!!!

http://www.vgmuseum.com/pics6/mizubaku.html
http://www.vgmuseum.com/pics8/liquid.html
http://www.vgmuseum.com/images/arcad...iquidkids.html

Oh my, I hope this one is done too . Seems like Ocean France got a fucking nice deal with taito... Just what I always wanted, lots of jap arcade conversions!! Why were they canned!!
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Old 13 September 2002, 06:37   #43
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So, no need to post a screenshot anymore, thanx Akira
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Old 13 September 2002, 18:27   #44
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is cracking Snow Bros.... it will be me! Codetapper has first shot at Putty Squad

Well, thats my thoughts on it anyway!
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Old 13 September 2002, 21:01   #45
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That'd be nice. Can you convince the VD guys to code a neat intro for it?
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Wouldn't it be nice to have what is on the original too?

Well, that is my take on it anyway...

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-- news --

Pierre Adane seems to have found again his old backup of snowbros !
wait & see
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Re: -- news --

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Pierre Adane seems to have found again his old backup of snowbros !
wait & see
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If I boot up Snow Bros in my Amiga I will pish my pants, I can assure!
I want a photo
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is cracking Snow Bros.... it will be me! Codetapper has first shot at Putty Squad

Well, thats my thoughts on it anyway!
I thought Galahad wanted to do the disk version of Putty Squad and me the HD version (assuming that game ever turns up). Anyway, when are the other disk cracks you were working on going to be finished - eg Dragon's Breath?

I think I have more time on my hands at the moment, I should do Snow Bros!
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Re: If anyone....

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I think I have more time on my hands at the moment, I should do Snow Bros!
I assume it'd be WHDLoadized at the same time... if you want a nice cut'n'paste icon, just tell me
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If anyone here has time on their hands... could you try doing something with the IK+ clone "The Way of the Hubba" ? ...see

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=6077

I think Galahad said he will look into it... any luck ? I would like to release the game, but in its present state it will be playable, but scores will not be realistic and only one human player possible

Just mail me on tomcat@sgn.net if you think you can help! The game is REALLY good !
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Re: Re: If anyone....

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I think I have more time on my hands at the moment, I should do Snow Bros!
Aye, let's not fight over the release How about a joint effort or something?

I will take a pic of a gobsmacked me running Snowbros in the Amiga. I will!
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Oh my, I hope this one is done too . Seems like Ocean France got a fucking nice deal with taito... Just what I always wanted, lots of jap arcade conversions!! Why were they canned!!
I agree-I'm a little curious about this,I recall Ocean handling stuff like Operation Wolf,Op Thunderbolt, New Zealand Story & Chase HQ, (around that timeframe), yet it seems like they had a bunch of games that never got released.
Maybe they ran out of time to be able to release the conversions- after all, at the time they usually released on ST/Amiga 16bit,C64, Speccy & Amstrad 8bit's,maybe they couldn't release 8bit versions in time for the deadline??

And a huge thanks to everyone who confirmed my memories that there WAS an Amiga Snow Bros-I never had the Amiga magazine that actually had the preview of it!! I was just relying on my fuzzy memory cells about reading of it! Hopefully this'll be as good as Ocean France's Pang conversion-if it is we're in for some fun!

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Guys! This is all chuffin marvellous! EAB can make it happen!

But can someone PLEASE tell me what happened on the Putty Squad front?
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I "think",the last that anyone had heard John Twiddy had promised to try & find it when he had time,(he was programming console stuff at the time).
I think it was Riempie that had last contact with him,wasn't it?
But as John Twiddy was one of my fave programmers doing Last Ninja 1 & 2, I won't criticize him.
But brickbats to System 3 for cancelling the game release in the mid '90's in the first place-would've saved a lot of hassle!!
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Presumptions aside...

the plan would be to do the ADF version of Snow Bros and then a WHDLoad version at the same time. I am quite happy for Codetapper to do the WHDLoad version, but I would very much like to do the ADF version. Frankly, there would be little point Ian supporting the original protected version, but to WHDload the ADF version, which I would make available on my site, in fact, the more the merrier.

Well, again, thats my thought! As for Dragons Breath, I have ample time for this, and if all goes well, it will be my Xmas present to everyone. The ADF version will be ready first, and if KickDOS can cope, then the WHDLoad version woul follow.
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And of course the CAPS protected version...

We already support Pierre's disk format, if that is what he used on these games.

**Correction - July WIP

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I'd be surprised....

if it wasn't the same MFM format as Toki, but then again, I really don't know.... all this presumption and we dont have the game yet
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