nagual wrote:E mean English, D is for Deutschland (Germany)
Kroll wrote:nagual wrote:E mean English, D is for Deutschland (Germany)
Does somebody checked versions of Arabesque 2 Vector 1.00 English and German ? after installing unfortunately both versions is the same German
nagual wrote:Because this files come from different sources (actually, my good friend quit from Atari and give me his external drive full of software)an I just don't have time to check every file - it's about 500 GB:-)
wongck wrote:nagual wrote:Because this files come from different sources (actually, my good friend quit from Atari and give me his external drive full of software)an I just don't have time to check every file - it's about 500 GB:-)
500 GB of Atari software.... wow that's a lot !!!
penguin wrote:Soundman (also on AM):
HomePage Pinguin Pro 2.0
Soundman was given to me by my music teacher back in the day. He used the ST mainly for mail chess, where two players would send their moves via snail mail. My teacher used Psion Chess to improve his play and later upgraded to a PC because there were stronger chess programs for DOS available. If his chess opponents also used computers, it was probably the slowest game between two computers imaginable
Soundman is a simple sheet-based music editor using the ST's sound chip. It was released by Galactic Software, more well known for Digit I and II.
HomePage Pinguin 2.0 was the first commercial release of HPP. It was the publisher's idea to keep the German word for penguin and attach a "pro" the program's name. When I switched to another distributor, I quickly changed the name to HomePage Penguin and dropped the "pro" for the 3.0 version.
By the way, the full version of Neon Grafix 3D was also released on CD a few years after the app was discontinued.
Rustynutt wrote:Which CD was NeoN released on? I have a copy, but not sure it's the latest.
TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Updated the MagiC English Patch archive to include the UK and USA kernels that work on the Falcon based on this thread - http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=32734
Thanks Peter Petari (AtariZoll) for your work with these translations!
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