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Old 26 May 2009, 00:56   #601
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like this?



ehm,i know.. it's a bit too common
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Old 26 May 2009, 00:59   #602
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Common, but quite nice djp
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Old 26 May 2009, 01:07   #603
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thanks cyberdruid
i've made this some time ago for 2 cds with downloaded stuff from aminet...

just added eab logo
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Old 26 May 2009, 20:00   #604
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set 2 uploaded!
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Old 26 May 2009, 20:01   #605
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Thanks again djp Moved to the file server
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Old 26 May 2009, 20:57   #606
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CD32 Games

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I thought about starting a CD32 collection on Magix FTP. I have 75 CDs in ISO/WAV format and started to upload them. What do you gusy think about it?
Anyone wants to join in? Heavy Stylus? Retro?

Here is the list of the ones I got :

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Akira (1994)(ICE)
Alfred Chicken (1993)(Mindscape)
Alien Breed - Tower Assault (1993)(Team 17)[inc. Alien Breed II - The Horror Continues]
Alien Breed Special Edition & Qwak (1994)(Team 17)(M5)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 02 (1994-06)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 03 (1994-08)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 04 (1994-09)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 06 (1994-11)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 07 (1994-12)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 14 (1995-07)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 21 (1996-02)(Paragon Publishing)
Banshee (1994)(Core Design)(M4)
Battletoads (1994)(Mindscape)
Bubba 'n' Stix (1994)(Core Design)
Bump 'N' Burn (1994)(Grandslam)
CD32 Top 100 Games (1994)(U.S. Dreams)
Chambers of Shaolin (1993)(Unique)
Chaos Engine, The (1993)(Renegade)(M4)[Spectacular Voyage bundle]
Chaos Engine, The (1994)(Renegade)(M4)
Chuck Rock (1994)(Core Design)
D-Generation v1.0 (1993-09-17)(Mindscape)
Dangerous Streets & Wing Commander (1993)(Commodore)(M4)
Dangerous Streets (1993)(Flair Software)(M4)
Darkseed v1.1 (1994)(Cyberdreams)
Deep Core v1.01 (1993)(ICE)
Diggers & Oscar (1993)(Commodore)(M10)
Dragonstone (1995)(Core Design)(M3)
Fields of Glory (1994)(MicroProse)(M3)
Fire Force (1993)(ICE)
Frontier - Elite II (1994)(GameTek)
Global Effect (1994)(Millennium)
Gloom (1995)(Guildhall Leisure)
Grandslam Gamer Gold Collection (1995)(Grandslam)
Guinness Disc of Records, The - Second Edition (1993)
insight Technology (1993)(Commodore)[CDTV compatible]
International Karate + (1994)(System 3)
James Pond 3 - Operation Starfi5h (1994)(Millennium)
John Barnes European Football (1993)(Krisalis)(M5)
Labyrinth of Time, The (1993)(Electronic Arts)
Lamborghini American Challenge (1994-12)(Titus - Paragon Publishing)
Liberation - Captive II (1993)(Mindscape)
Lost Vikings, The (1993)(Interplay)
Manchester United - Premier League Champions (1994)(Krisalis)
Mean Arenas (1993)(ICE)
Microcosm (1994)(Psygnosis)
Morph (1993)(Millenium)
Nick Faldos Championship Golf (1994)(Grandslam)
Nigel Mansell's World Championship (1993)(Gremlin)
Out to Lunch (1994)(Mindscape)
Overkill & Lunar-C (1993)(Mindscape)
PGA European Tour (1994)(Ocean)
Pinball Fantasies (1993)(21st Century Entertainment)
Premiere (1994)(Core Design)
Quik the Thunder Rabbit (1994)(Titus)
Rise of the Robots (1994)(Time Warner)
Roadkill (1995)(Acid Software)
Seek & Destroy (1993)(Mindscape)
Sensible Soccer - European Champions v1.1 (1993)(Sensible Software)(M4)
Sensible Soccer - International Edition v1.2 (1994)(Renegade)(M4)
Simon the Sorcerer (1994)(Adventure Soft)
Skeleton Krew (1995)(Core Design)(M4)
Socrates - Interactive Patient Education (1994)(Network One)
Star Crusader (1994)(Gametek)
Strip Pot (1994)(Pixel Blue)
Subwar 2050 (1993)(MicroProse)(M3)
Super League Manager (1995)(Audiogenic Software)
Super Skidmarks (1995)(Acid Software)
Super Stardust (1994)(Team 17)
Superfrog (1994)(Team 17)(M4)
Total Carnage (1994)(ICE)
Trivial Pursuit - The CD32 Edition v1.0C (1994)(Domark)
Ultimate Body Blows (1994)(Team 17)(M4)
Universe (1994)(Core Design)(M4)
Vital Light (1995-04)(Millenium)
Zool - Ninja of the Nth Dimension (1993)(Gremlin)

I have uploaded some of the games mention here to my userfolder, but the fileserver keep's cutting me off for each big file over 15MB i try to upload. I use Total Commander for FTPing and no, i don't want another unneeded FTPprogram on my PC
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Thanks ma693541 Moved to 'CD32' on the file server.
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Old 26 May 2009, 22:20   #608
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Any cd or other i like to have the original inserts and covers. So i can print them out and put into plastic cd cases. The back cover of the cd is also very welcome. So when on a shelf i can see quickly which cd it is i need.

C'mon its all about keeping it original files and extras. I think everything with amiga should be about keeping it original as possible. Or years from now it will be harder to get original complete amiga cds etc etc.

That is why i asked here djp to give us a link, so that those who like to keep things original can do so, by downloading those files and adding them to the cd archive.

TCD and other ftp maintainers please don't complain, you have them them or originaly have them. But it may be different for others that don't have them but would like them.
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Old 26 May 2009, 22:26   #609
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thanks cyberdruid
i've made this some time ago for 2 cds with downloaded stuff from aminet...

just added eab logo
Ok if you have changed the cover with adding other art i'm not interested, its not original now.

Sometime later if all the channels from some other user uploads these, then its EAB on the logo. BUt these will stay in their collections and maybe handed down. Those future generations may then know those covers as original and know no better. Not everyone visits or knows of EAB i suppose so they will never know. So pass it on to their friends etc.

Maybe we should get all the amiga software and insert into all of them EAB logo somewhere. In time still no one will know after we have gone.

Keep it original.
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The point is that you can still buy the CDs exoticaga. Since it's only a compilation of otherwise free stuff, we think it's okay to have the data, but I think the CD cover is still owned by those who distribute it. Hint how to get it was given, file closed

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Old 26 May 2009, 22:30   #611
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TCD and other ftp maintainers please don't complain, you have them them or originaly have them.
'Have' what, exactly?

And TCD is right of course. Rules are rules, if stuff is still copyrighted/distributed then you can't request it or spread it on EAB.
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Old 26 May 2009, 22:30   #612
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Maybe we can get DH or Heavy Stylus to make our own EAB Aminet CD cover for them
Cheers for letting me know TCD I must of missed your post

Are we talking about Jewel case or DVD case + I already have the high definition EAB Logo
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Are we talking about Jewel case or DVD case + I already have the high definition EAB Logo
Hmm, if I'm not asking too much, maybe both? You know like 4:3 and 16:9 version of a picture. Well I would say jewel would be the first option though Cheers DH
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Yes, let's see some DH-style Aminet CD covers!
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Hmm, if I'm not asking too much, maybe both? You know like 4:3 and 16:9 version of a picture. Well I would say jewel would be the first option though Cheers DH
Yep! I can do both, I created my own templates for both these cases It would just be a case of resizing things to fit them. I could even create a cd cover for those who would like to add one, not for me though
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Or maybe have it with a disclaimer, or you are to disrespecting the original owner. Because others may not know it isn't part of the original cover.

Keep it original or say on the cover it is not original and the cover has been modified.



High resolution (original covers) links please.


Yes i did mean jewel cd cases, which is why i said the cd case back cover is nice to have also, as it has the edge for the jewel cd case, easy id.
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High resolution (original covers) links please.
http://www.vesalia.de/
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Old 27 May 2009, 12:48   #619
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I've added Aminet CDs 45 until 49 (finished just now).

BTW: Is there anybody who has Aminet CD 1, 2 and 40 ?

Thanks!


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BTW: Is there anybody who has Aminet CD 1, 2 and 40 ?
CD 1 & 2 should be in the Aminet set 1. Hope you can spot it on the server
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