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Old 22 October 2002, 23:29   #1
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Bobs Garden

Ive uploaded a great conversion of Dig-Dug that one of my very old swapping contacts wrote. (Didnt keep in touch unfortunately)

However I dont think this ever got released to PD libraries so Ive resurrected it here...

more to come Its fun looking through my old disks...
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Old 22 October 2002, 23:37   #2
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Ive just found that I have got an adf with the source code to this game!! but its in a rar file protected by a password

any good rar password crackers out there?
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Old 23 October 2002, 08:43   #3
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It doesn't look as much as Dig-Dug as it looks like Mr. Do.

And if you just had 1 file from the archive there should be plenty of programs which can tell you the password, provided of course they're identical to the one in the archive. I remember using a program to extract an ARJ file after getting hold of the readme.txt from another place.
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Old 23 October 2002, 09:53   #4
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This game was on the coverdisk of Amiga Power issue 37, but I think it was called Bob's Magic Garden...
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Old 23 October 2002, 10:08   #5
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It doesn't look as much as Dig-Dug as it looks like Mr. Do.
Heh, yeah, it's Mr Do. I bet BigByte got confused
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Yep its Mr Do. I have another game here by the same guy called Digger which is a clone of Dig-Dug. doh!!
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Floppy disk Bobs Garden and Digger

Incidentally both games are WHDLoad installed and have the links to the website where you can get the images. From memory both save high scores and have a few other nice features
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Lightbulb RAR password crackers

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Originally posted by Big-Byte
Ive just found that I have got an adf with the source code to this game!! but its in a rar file protected by a password
any good rar password crackers out there?
Try one of these:
- cRARk 2.3a
- Advanced RAR Password Recovery
Good luck !!!
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