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Old 01 September 2014, 18:53   #61
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Is it some unreleased shooter?
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Old 01 September 2014, 19:02   #62
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Is it some unreleased shooter?
this is an old(?) German game Oase Nr.143 by Wolf Software & Design
I unpacked it from an old cardboard there recently...
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Old 01 September 2014, 19:24   #63
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Please guys, stop talking about him in plural. It's not them only one $%&.

And i wonder if he asked for permission to use this photo in a commercial product:
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Old 01 September 2014, 20:31   #64
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Then I think it's not too bad game for single person but should have 2 versions - free and commercial. The problem is - game is too simple to remove something. Even levels are just different backgrounds.
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Old 01 September 2014, 22:22   #65
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His countdown to litigation - wherein the days last for weeks - seems more engrossing than the game.
 
Old 02 September 2014, 00:11   #66
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Then I think it's not too bad game for single person but should have 2 versions - free and commercial.
Is this meant to be ironic or sarcastic? I just can't tell
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Old 02 September 2014, 14:46   #67
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I think he should release the source code, all three lines of AMOS
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Old 02 September 2014, 15:01   #68
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12 AUD (8.50 ) for this is a really good joke

Maybe not every new Amiga 'game' is good...
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Old 06 September 2014, 18:53   #69
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Not mine but

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Oh, and the main man himself....(honest, it really is..) Pete in da flesh...in da middle

The one on the right is Steve and the one on the left is James, his imaginary mates...

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Screenshots from not released 8-bit version:



I don't believe in new graphics mode, it's more like Lynx graphics.
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Old 06 September 2014, 19:29   #71
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One of the biggest disadvantages of being a schizophrenic illiterate is that your "mates" share the same predisposition.

Or is "saftey" just aussie slang?

Any doctors here?

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Please use spoiler tags for this "stuff" wrapped in big red warnings. I had dinner short before and now have to clean the couch table.
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Old 06 September 2014, 20:03   #72
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Game engine revealed:
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Not only that, but he sent me a series of (rather laughable) emails with threats of legal action on the grounds of "deformation" [sic], and then stalked me on Facebook (that's where he discovered the name of my wife, who is now addressed directly on the "Losers" page).
If he's deformed, somehow I doubt it's your fault...

Threatening to sue potential customers before a product is even released is a business strategy that worked equally well for Barry Altman of CUSA...
 
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Threatening to sue potential customers before a product is even released is a business strategy that worked equally well for Barry Altman of CUSA...


This is mine:

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Old 07 September 2014, 16:19   #75
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Next game will be developed for australian 1010 computer but I can not find any info about this hardware. Atari XE/XL version should be for 10 dollars.
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Oh, there are lots of information revealed by the funny guys over at atariage.

It's a miniPC running Texas Instrument's OMAP series soc.

That incredible device is engineered and built by his company called RPC (Retro-PC) with him and his "mates" doing top noth qualitiy with 16 bit HD sound, superfast 32bit gfx engine and all the stuff you ever dreamed of. (Still everybody is puzzled why this superb computer is called Retro-PC)

His mighty is running a second company, that is currently developing the operating system for this masterpiece (everything is coded in pure assembler because this is how the gods of coding are doing and he llkes to be en par with the gods). He and his "mates" are busy with that 24/7 a week.

Within their rare breaks they run the third company called RPC-Games. The wonderful work can be watched and heard (so i wish everyone would be deaf and blind before consuming any his mighty work) on varoius occasions mentioned here and in other forums. I don't give a link, because i fear for your mental health and sanity.
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Music from Centron "3D" remind me music from Action Service [ Show youtube player ] At first I wasn't sure if it's not same composer.
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I have just discovered this thread, I have never laughed so hard. Brilliant.
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This is mine:

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That was funny!
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