What do you think now of the products you made long time ago?

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By Maxwell

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02-03-2004, 23:13

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But, Maxwell, it's good to have you back! Nothing beats playing your own games, eh? Smile Welcome to the MRC, my friend....

Thx Snout, good to see your still in the MSX bussines too.... I loved your demo's, they were hilarious... Wink

Could you tell me on which demo disk the snout demo's were..?

By Maxwell

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02-03-2004, 23:18


Yup, I did. The complete solve was published on our Guide through Gameworld 2 as well, which is theoretically still available. But it doesn't contain the maps, though. MSX-NBNO was indeed the publisher and you can find them at almost every Dutch MSX fair, or you can contact Mari directly via the MSX mailinglist.

Yo Rieks, is it possible to dl this complete solve somewhere?

Or could you email it to me? Maxwell5731@hotmail.com

Thx... and cya....

By snout

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02-03-2004, 23:23

Thx Snout, good to see your still in the MSX bussines too.... I loved your demo's, they were hilarious... WinkHehe.... Why is it that when somebody calls himself 'MrBlonde' nobody says ''hey! Michael Madsen! I loved Reservoir Dogs", yet when one calls himself "snout" everybody thinks there is a BCF connection? Tongue Inside info: Latok has no connection whatsoever with Microcabin. Tongue

I had (unfortunately?) nothing to do with BCF or the snout demo's, apart from being a big fan just like most Dutch MSX Sceners. You can find the BCF discstations, and thus all Snout demo's and more funny stuff right here. Enjoy!

And if you can't get enough of it: there's always http://www.snout.com/ or http://www.snout.nl/

By the way, I was a musician of Flying Bytes in the old days, now got hands full of work on the website you're looking at right now. More info? over here!

By Maxwell

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02-03-2004, 23:42

LOL! sorry for that... snout, Just expected you to be the creator of snout... Wink

Well anyway good work with the site here.... like it very much....

and thx for the links....

By Sama

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03-03-2004, 09:17

Yo Rieks, is it possible to dl this complete solve somewhere?

I don't know if I can still retrieve the original textfile. Like I said, it was published on Guide through Gameworld 2, but for the sake of the text routine, the text was crunched and I don't know how to decrunch it. Of course you can always order a copy of GtG2 (which hasn't been made freeware or downloadable - yet).

By robertwilting

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03-03-2004, 16:18

That's bullshit rieks.Defender and GTG 1 used crunchers.
The text-files of GTG2 however are as asci text files on the disc.
Still the text files contain some codes for the layout stuff.
Okay 100% nice it isn't still it's quite well readable and ussable.
Since I was the main author of the text. I took the freedom to send Maarten the raw text straightly taken from the GTG2.

By Sama

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03-03-2004, 19:36

Is that so? I didn't even remember. It's such a long time ago. I simply assumed the texts were crunched in order to be displayed in the textroutine properly. I even forgot the PA3 solve of GtG2 was yours, not mine. Mine was published by MSX-NBNO only.

But no matter, since you already sent the desired file. Which I will tolerate for this time Tongue Although Sargon isn't as lively as ever, the texts contained in GtG2 are timeless and are on purpose not yet made freeware. I would appreciate it if you at least contacted me about sending GtG2 material to others. And if one is really interested in a GtG2 text, the product doesn't cost more than 3 euro iirc.

By Maxwell

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04-03-2004, 00:56


Since I was the main author of the text. I took the freedom to send Maarten the raw text straightly taken from the GTG2.

Well thx guys for your help.... Big smile

I got the mail..... Big smile

By snout

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11-11-2004, 17:37

Hmmm, while digging through old MRC forum topics I found this one. I think there are more people who should let us know what they think now of the MSX products in the past. Are you still proud or deeply ashamed? Smile

By Low_Profile

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11-11-2004, 18:08

That's one helluva kick Snout Tongue

For some of my stuff I'm ashamed, but I'm proud of most of it Smile

Most proud I am of Pixess (Most ambitious project I worked on, graphics, music and level design) ... And least, hmmm tough one, probably would be Cybersound (first of all it had the tempo bug when you didn't start in 60Hz which was not my fault though, and it has too many songs that sounded similar to eachother which is kinda my fault Smile )

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