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Old 06 October 2001, 16:25   #1
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Happy Audiogenic are still around!

Check out their web site right here.

Apparently they still have their Amiga games up in the catalogue. Hopefully they still sell them. I might buy all their non-cricket games up on there.

This is also a good chance to try and bag that rare beast, the Exile Discovery Disk, since they mention it up on there. Should I try to order from them? Whaddaya think?
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Old 06 October 2001, 16:27   #2
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Pretty expensive. Where's this money coming from Marz?
 
Old 07 October 2001, 01:41   #3
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Well, I'm still kinda interested. I'm not gonna be trying to purchase them all at once, guaranteed, but I could grab a few of them at least.

Wonder if anyone else is interested?
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Old 08 October 2001, 02:18   #4
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Considering the age of the software and the fact that it's for a system that is no longer supported (68000-based Amigas), I think their prices are way out of line. The very least they should do is offer the lot at budget prices.
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Old 08 October 2001, 21:23   #5
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There are some titles at budget price, but a lot of the newer ones have outrageous prices.

Anyway, why dont we buy Bubble n Squeak ECS? Codetapper wants to WHDLoad it.

I'm all in for buying Bubble n Squeak. Might buy it next week.
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Old 09 October 2001, 01:58   #6
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And it's a brilliant platformer! OK, maybe not brilliant, but it is one of my favs. Add that one to my cute game list!
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Old 09 October 2001, 12:32   #7
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Anyway, why dont we buy Bubble n Squeak ECS? Codetapper wants to WHDLoad it.
Eh? I thought Bored Seal wanted to WHDLoad it! Unless the project has been swapped across or something. Anyway, I thought the same thing about buying Bubble & Squeak in order to help with the WHD thing.

I'm thinking about buying Exile Discovery Disk (because I haven't seen it on any Amiga game sites at all, and not even the most full-to-the-brim FTPs appear to have it, so it must be one of the rarest Amiga disks ever), Exile AGA (just in case anyone wants to WHDLoad it and they need the original), Exile (Original) (because it's a classic game and well, I feel like I must own it for my Amiga ), & Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (so I can WHD-install it , unless Spokyz puts up a pre-installed version (I hope)).

Apparently Audiogenic mentioned on one page that they might still be selling their 8-bit catalogue as well, it's just that none of the 8-bit titles are mentioned in the main catalogue! I think you're meant to ask them if there's any extra stuff on stock.
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ok. If you do ask about extra stuff in their catalogue, be sure to make sure there's no hidden Amiga games they have stashed away. They could be good stuff to buy (provided they exist)
 
Old 09 October 2001, 15:00   #9
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I've put the Exile Discovery disks in the ADF-Zone, but I haven't tested them yet. (By their nature they are small in size)
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Old 09 October 2001, 15:02   #10
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Thanks Cody. Much appreciated mate
 
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Also, I've uploaded the disk image for use with Bored Seal's WHDLoad patch for Exile.

I supplied the original disk for BS, so here it is!
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Eh? I thought Bored Seal wanted to WHDLoad it! Unless the project has been swapped across or something.
Who cares? Codetapper said it's needed for WHDLoading so I think it would be nice to buy it. I dont care who does it. Heck, i dont even give a rat's ass about WHDLoad but I try to help becase I know its good for the Amiga!

Same I did with Metal Dust. It's a shmup for SuperCPU powered C64s, and it also comes in 1581 or HD disks (CMD FDD devices). I dont have a SCPU nor a 1581, nonetheless I preordered. You must support these guys
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Wow, thanks a wonderful bunch, CodyJarrett! You pull out the finest stops we know of! I will test the disks ASAP for you.
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It's a shmup for SuperCPU powered C64s, and it also comes in 1581 or HD disks (CMD FDD devices).
Sweeeet. Me wants SuperCPU.
 
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Yep, 260+ bucks for teh privilege though :P and that's unpopulated!
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Can`t find Exile?

Hi, just wondering, saw Cody said he uploaded it to ADF -zone, but I can`t see it on `the zone` is the ADF - Zone a different page then??

thanks in advance
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Old 28 October 2001, 01:30   #17
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Files are only online for 3 days, so you've missed 'em.

I have Exile ECS and Exile AGA, which one do you want?

Say both and you get a slap

Can anyone re-upload the Exile Discovery disk Cody uploaded before?

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I've uploaded both Exile Discovery disks again.
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Old 28 October 2001, 15:38   #19
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I have Exile ECS and Exile AGA, which one do you want?

Say both and you get a slap
I'll withstand the slap for you, stainy.

I want both, Ian. *SLAP!!!*

(Rubs face a little bit) That's better. I'd like to ask though, Ian, are both of them originals?
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I'd like to ask though, Ian, are both of them originals?
Don't be silly lad

Both are cracked, still want them??

Exile OCS/ECS already is in the zone BTW
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