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Oxyd gaming group

Postby Tim1712 » Sun Sep 12, 2004 4:21 pm

Hi ATARIANs,

i have found a great dongleware games group here...
http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/oxyd/

But now way of getting patches or cheats for Spacola ST.
Does anybody now where to get it or get it running without the Sternenatlas?

greetings
Tim
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Spacola

Postby ICS » Sun Sep 12, 2004 10:01 pm

Hi!

Nobody ever bothered to construct a patch/workaround for the Sternenatlas on Spacola. Maybe Klapauzius will do that one day...

Anyways, there is a project going on, crappy webpage and no updates but have a look yourself:
http://neuron.tuke.sk/~nohaj/spacola/

Cheers.

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Spacola big boom bang

Postby Tim1712 » Mon Sep 13, 2004 6:47 pm

Hi ICS,

great thanx for this link. Here is a thank you gift :)
http://www.hawlisch.de/devel/enigma-w32 ... 040524.zip
The new -inofficial- Enigma (Oxyd clone) Version from Enigma.
HAVE FUN WITH ENIGMA!

greetings
Tim
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Esprit

Postby ICS » Mon Sep 13, 2004 9:44 pm

Hi!

I used to have Esprit as original (some years ago).

The back of the packaging said something like this:
"This box includes a disk, some instant coffee (!) and NO manual."
So there was no manual for this game, it was pretty easy to figure out anyways. But there was something else in the box, kinda hard to describe actually... it was something to be used with the code protection that appears somewhere in the higher levels (I think it was somewhere around level 70, and only appears once). It was something you could fold and bend, made out of thin cardboard. Actually pretty tiny, maybe 5 centimeters wide and 3 cm high and flat.

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I am happy now

Postby Tim1712 » Sat Sep 25, 2004 10:46 pm

Hello ICS and the others,

thanx for your help!

greetings
Tim


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