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Old 18 August 2003, 06:40   #1
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Old 18 August 2003, 15:22   #2
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Very impressive!!!
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Old 18 August 2003, 15:39   #3
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hehe,

honestly though, you're not missing out on much. New Zealand Story is a much better game
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Old 18 August 2003, 18:12   #4
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Add Puttysquad & Snow Bros. to the list & I'm sure the numbers would grow,lol!
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Old 28 August 2003, 15:47   #5
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These people are never satisfied...
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Old 28 August 2003, 19:54   #6
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Oh my! And they're in the exact same positions as the last protest. They refuse to move even one inch - even their facial positions - until every damn game they want is released! They will stand there night and day, year upon year, decade upon decade, century upon century, even when nothing but their immovable skeletons remain. There they shall remain in place, undisturbed by man or beast, no dust or cobweb, no disgruntled Atari ST user, no sleet or rain shall shift their firm resolve. They are truly Amiga fans to the highest degree, martyrs for the sacred cause, a testament to the devoutness of Amiga users. Only until every unreleased Amiga game has seen the light shall their skeletons finally cease their protest and crumble away into dust, caught up into the wind and blown away to freedom beyond...

AMIGA AMIGA! Horray horray! Forever shall you live in our hearts!
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Old 31 August 2003, 04:15   #10
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Did you girls know Liquid Kids made it to the PC Engine?
Download and play it, it's great!

http://www.bhlegend.com/php/show.php3?game=1010
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Did you girls know Liquid Kids made it to the PC Engine?
Download and play it, it's great!

http://www.bhlegend.com/php/show.php3?game=1010
Shame about that site's fetish for pop-ups, though...
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Old 31 August 2003, 05:31   #12
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No problems with Netscape. MYIE2 and Avanti, after disabling pop up/add filter lets the pop ups through.
But Mozilla based browsers have a better time of it. The only pop ups I get with Netscpe is the screenshot window. Dude, if Netscape can do it I am certain Opera should easily be able to whack it!
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No problems with Netscape. MYIE2 and Avanti, after disabling pop up/add filter lets the pop ups through.
But Mozilla based browsers have a better time of it. The only pop ups I get with Netscpe is the screenshot window. Dude, if Netscape can do it I am certain Opera should easily be able to whack it!
Like HOL, I click on the pic and nothing happens. I enable pop-ups for the pics and each comes with ads. (sigh)
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Old 31 August 2003, 06:49   #14
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Try Mozilla, it's not IE
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Shame about that site's fetish for pop-ups, though...
No pop-ups with Opera 7.11

You could try installing Privoxy on yer PC...
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Did you girls know Liquid Kids made it to the PC Engine?
Download and play it, it's great!

http://www.bhlegend.com/php/show.php3?game=1010
I played it on my GP32 PC Engine emulator when the other thread started to mention this as well as Snow Bros.

It is indeed great! Although, like R-Type it seems better than the Amiga version. (please dont kill me for saying that )
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Of course this version is better than the Amiga one, and the same can be said about most arcade conversions on the PCE.
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Old 02 September 2003, 01:06   #18
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No pop-ups with Opera 7.11

You could try installing Privoxy on yer PC...
Oh, I had no pop-ups with Opera 6 either, but with pop-ups disabled, I couldn't view the screenshots without enabling pop-ups. And in doing so, pop-up ads accompany the screenshots. (sigh)
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