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Old 11 September 2009, 14:14   #1
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REQ: The One Issue 18 March 1990 Amiga Coverdisk

The One Issue 18 March 1990 Amiga Coverdisk

As can be seen here...

http://amr.abime.net/issue_301_coverdisks

Does anybody have an adf or even the original coverdisk? as been looking for many years for it almost everywhere :P

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Old 11 September 2009, 14:51   #2
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Hi there!

Apparently I was on here before (totally forgot) but was just reading some old threads on here about various stuff from days gone by
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The Amiga coverdisk I am after here contained 'Pipe Mania', 'Gazza's Super Soccer' and 'Team Yankee' by Empire 1990. The later 2 games were a simple rolling demo complete with sound samples.

I am after all the sound samples used in the rolling demo of 'Gazza's Super Soccer' on this disk. Of note they are not quite the same as used in the actual full retail released game it would seem and one or two are indeed missing on loading the retail/cracked adf disk image as raw data into a sampler here.

The AtariST version of the same rolling demo has all the sound samples removed which has made the search over the years even more painful

I wont explain why I want them - rather it's a great memory for an old Amiga friend if I can get them all intact. If I can get the original coverdisk the even better!

'Bloody Clems'

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I found it last night on eBay - yippee!!!
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Nice find. Expensive?
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Nice! Can you send a RAW dump with the SPS tools so it can be shared with the community?
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@Arnie No it was part of a bundle of 7 coverdisks on eBay for 3 which after many years searching, I found after a random eBay trawl one evening recently

@Codetapper I have now ripped the extra file from the disk itself. I tried to copy the disk but it has odd tracks on it so may require KryoFlux which I do not have here.

It contains PipeMania and the long since lost Amiga version of the totally naff Empire rolling Amiga version screenshot demos for Gazza's Super Soccer and Team Yankee (the bit I actually wanted all this time). The version on Amiga Magazine Rack is of course missing the Empire demos http://amr.abime.net/issue_301_coverdisks.

The ripped runnable missing Amiga file 'EmpireDemo' is here tho...

http://download.abime.net/zone/EmpireDemo.zip

There is nothing else on the disk otherwise.

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Hi Adrian,

The version on AMR is missing AFAIK?
It's llooks like a dual Amiga/ST format disk so I'm not surprised it can't be copied.
If it's ok with you then you could send it to one of the members on here (who have a Kryoflux) for preservation.
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Sure, if somebody gives me their address to post it to I will get it to them for archiving purposes no problem.
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