|21 November 2011, 13:53||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Cardiff, UK
Understanding Game ADF filenames
I have an interest in Amiga games, and I've come across a collection of 20,000 or so games that are named like these examples here:
I can only assume that the first thing is the game title, the year of release in brackets, the publisher in brackets, and so forth.
But what does [cr ?] in square brackets mean? Cracked, so the copy protection is removed? Who are PRD? Who are Black Monks? Is one group better than the other?
Lastly, what does [t +1] mean? I have no idea about that at all.
This collection I've got has about, on average, half-a-dozen variations of each game, so I can imagine once I've sorted through them all I'll only end up with something like 4000 games.
Why complicate it like this?
I also have a collection of C64 games, but they're all zipped, meaning two double-clicks every time I want to play one in C64 Forever!
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