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Author: bloomer
Posted: January 29, 2010 (02:45 AM)
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Wow, your game ended? Mine looped. I think I noted in my review how many times I played through the loop. But it shows that when you're dealing with pirated software, you often don't know what's the real version and what's the hack. Because with this game, I don't know.

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Author: aschultz
Posted: January 29, 2010 (05:08 PM)
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Yeah...on asimov there are a lot of different versions of a game. Ultima (I) has a ton, itself. I know Type Attack doesn't work because it went to the file-based disks, and they forgot to transfer the data files.

Some hackers were definitely more showy than others. It is cool to read posts of a cracker I remember from a screen--lots in about old apple newsgroups.

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