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Old 11 January 2019, 23:15   #1
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Scoopex decided to release..............

Another "gem" from the mists of time, where other than a demo version, the full game was never cracked.

Scoopex the magnificent and awesome, decided that situation could no longer be tolerated, so with assistance from Nujack in providing the image, and Jarre for prodding me to actually finish it off, Scoopex provides for you, this could and wintery January 2019...........



...... Worldwide Hunting from Golem Games!

Yes I know, calm yourselves, this light gun game is graphically quite alright and differs quite a bit from the demo version.

Disk format was a very spacious capacity of over 1017344 bytes.... larger than an RNC PDOS disk!!

Virtually every file had to be compressed to get it to fit on a standard disk with only 2296 bytes left empty!!

No AGA fixing, just a crack.... oh, and for those that think "damn, I don't have a Golem light gun!"...... fear not, on exit on the cracktro, hitting right mouse button will activate a hacked mouse mode in the game.

Things to note: On the gun selection screen, move the mouse left and the selector will appear onscreen.

Also when you enter the game proper, slowly move the mouse, it might be a bit erratic for the first two seconds, but steady movement and its quite controllable.

Enjoy! or not!

Oh, disk image is in the Zone by the way
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Old 11 January 2019, 23:18   #2
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Old 11 January 2019, 23:37   #3
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Cool, thanks Galahad and others; will try it out
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Old 11 January 2019, 23:37   #4
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Old 11 January 2019, 23:43   #5
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30 years late more like!!
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Old 11 January 2019, 23:48   #6
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Old 12 January 2019, 00:20   #7
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Phill what a great job you have done, squeezing 1017344 bytes on a disk, and still have some empty space. Also GREAT thanks to NUJACK providing this game. The game is fun playing but not a great game after all, but we are happy to just add another one to our collection..!!!!!!! Only one to go, Gateway Y, got my eyes on it, but not my hands right now, hopefully the last missing game from Golem, will get to our collection in the future

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30 years late more like!!


better late than never..
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Old 12 January 2019, 10:21   #10
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Thank you for that release and the little intro. That's amazing and I feel honoured.
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Thank you for that release and the little intro. That's amazing and I feel honoured.
Thank you guys.
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Disk format was a very spacious capacity of over 1017344 bytes.... larger than an RNC PDOS disk!!

Virtually every file had to be compressed to get it to fit on a standard disk with only 2296 bytes left empty!!
Cracktro??? Please say there is one!
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Cracktro??? Please say there is one!
Yes... of course

http://flashtro.com/scoopex-world-wide-hunting/
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Heya Phill,

One small thing I've noticed, is that when you shoot your bullet is usually either 1-2mm to the left or right outside of the targeting circle.

Is this normal and how the game is? Obviously I can only test by playing via mouse control.
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Heya Phill,

One small thing I've noticed, is that when you shoot your bullet is usually either 1-2mm to the left or right outside of the targeting circle.

Is this normal and how the game is? Obviously I can only test by playing via mouse control.
Yeah, Toni needs more test cases to confirm all games are like that and then can force it to be more accurate.
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awesome work!!, many thanks for this.
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Great thanks ;-)
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Damn, my eyes are jumping everywhere now.... like the dots in the cracktro Nice one Galahad !
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