Section Falcon Games on my web site

All about games on the Falcon, TT & clones

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Section Falcon Games on my web site

Postby tof » Mon Nov 20, 2006 4:11 pm

A news :
I have just create a new section Falcon Games on my web site :
http://www.coininfotof.infos.st/falcon/falcon_jeux.htm
Sorry it's in french (but you can translate in english with the google Traduction on the main page : Le coin info de Tof (At the top on the right)
Can you tell me the bugs, mistakes or greetings :D !.... If you know a Falcon game not mentionned on this page, tell me!.
This page is under construction and i will hope to present most of these games in complete version in the future.
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Postby Marakatti » Mon Nov 20, 2006 9:29 pm

Excellent work! Found a little typo error. Llammazap = Llamazap :) I think you are missing still a few games like Laser & men (or something similar title)
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Postby christos » Mon Nov 20, 2006 9:47 pm

There are quite a few games you are missing.... I' ll set up a list for you by tomorrow ;)
Anyway I like your site and it is something I wanted to do for a long time....

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Postby tof » Fri Nov 24, 2006 3:27 pm

christos wrote:There are quite a few games you are missing.... I' ll set up a list for you by tomorrow ;)

I'm waiting ... :wink: :D :D
I have added on the page : Epilepsy (Epilepsie in english), Multibriques, Des lasers et des hommes ("Lasers and mens" in english), Bomb squad, ....
And it is not finished !... :D
Llamazap is OK now, Thanks you for telling me the mistakes
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Postby christos » Fri Nov 24, 2006 4:03 pm

OK, I completely forgot about it :oops:

Reservoir Gods
Tautology I,II
Bunnion Cannon
Bugger
Skyfall
Sworm

Falcon Hi Color Games Martin Steen
Spice
Ganymed
Pac them

Omikronman
Enemy War II
Q-Blue
Boulder Smash
Solitar
Stolly

I can't remember name of the company :oops:
Zodiax

Earx (I believe)
Neurobotix

Gregory Brown
Offworld Security

SCT/trigon
Blum

Holland Software (I really have to check these names)
Pong 2000

And I am pretty sure that I have a game called Super Bomberman but I can't remember anything about it.
Many of these games were released as shareware and gained a freeware status later. And since you are also adding ST/Falcon games there are a few worth mentioning such as

UDS
Obsession, Substation

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Postby geoanas » Fri Nov 24, 2006 7:49 pm

@ tof

Mes felicitations !! Tu es le meilleur !!

My French are a little bit dusty :lol:

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Postby tof » Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:53 pm

christos wrote:OK, I completely forgot about it :oops:

Reservoir Gods
Tautology I,II
Bunnion Cannon
Bugger
Skyfall
Sworm

Falcon Hi Color Games Martin Steen
Spice
Ganymed
Pac them

Omikronman
Enemy War II
Q-Blue
Boulder Smash
Solitar
Stolly

I can't remember name of the company :oops:
Zodiax

Earx (I believe)
Neurobotix

Gregory Brown
Offworld Security

SCT/trigon
Blum

Holland Software (I really have to check these names)
Pong 2000

And I am pretty sure that I have a game called Super Bomberman but I can't remember anything about it.
Many of these games were released as shareware and gained a freeware status later. And since you are also adding ST/Falcon games there are a few worth mentioning such as

UDS
Obsession, Substation


Pfuuuii !!!!!
I have forgotten all these games !...
I will have a lot of work in the next weeks... :wink: :D :D
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Postby tof » Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:55 pm

geoanas wrote:@ tof

Mes felicitations !! Tu es le meilleur !!

My French are a little bit dusty :lol:


MERCI !... :D :oops:
But i am not the best ... :wink:

and your french for these few words is perfect !
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Postby Argonaut » Sat Nov 25, 2006 10:21 pm

Nice site, great to have a definitive list :-)

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Postby CiH » Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:23 pm

I found the other parts of the site interesting too, the Thompson T08 seems to be one of the later 8-bit machines, quite powerful in some respects, and with a precursor cpu to the Atari's 68000, the 6809 :-)

Of course I enjoyed the Falcy stuff too, I hope this site does well 8)
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Postby Omikronman » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:11 pm

Infos, screenshots and videos about Omikronman´s Falcon games can be found here (have a look into the games section, it´s all in english; some of my game are still missing on my own site):

http://www.creative-artwork.de

The games are:

"Enemy War II"
"Battle Tanks"
"Q-Blue"
"Q-Blue Plus"
"Boulder Smash Falcon"
"Solitaire deluxe"
"Mau Mau deluxe"
"Space Taxi"
"Starraider"
"Star Flash"
"Starworld"
"Stolly"
"Pushago"

The Omikronman, that´s me. =)

Here´re some screenshots of "Starworld", one of the never finished Falcon Games I begun.

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Re: Section Falcon Games on my web site

Postby Ice Nine » Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:44 pm

is it legal to have atari games on a website to play...or is it open Source.

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Postby lotek_style » Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:19 pm

Well many of those games are PD or Shareware... and I think nobody gives a sh*t about the handfull of "commercial falcon tries" on that site these days.
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Postby tof » Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:29 pm

lotek_style wrote:Well many of those games are PD or Shareware... and I think nobody gives a sh*t about the handfull of "commercial falcon tries" on that site these days.

+1
I have put this advertissement at the top of the first page :
in french
Aujourd'hui (2006), les sites proposant des Jeux Falcon en téléchargement se font de plus en plus rares. Sur les sites WEB existants, beaucoup de liens sont morts. Une des rares sources fiables reste le FTP mais dans ce cas on dit adieu aux explications et illustrations.
J'ai donc décidé de mettre en téléchargement sur cette page les principaux jeux "hits" du Falcon 030.
La quasi-totalité de ceux-ci doit être en "abandonware" aujourd'hui. Néanmoins, je les retirerais de mon site si quelqu'un de droit m'en fait la demande.

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Today (2006), sites offering Falcon games for download are becoming increasingly rare. On existing websites, many links are dead. One of the few reliable sources is the FTP but in this case we say farewell to the explanations and illustrations.
So I decided to download on this page the main game hits of the Falcon 030.
Almost all of them must be "abandonware" now. Nevertheless, I withdraw from my site if someone makes me the right application.


and since 2006, i haven't received reclamations or withdrawal request .
The few authors that i have contacted ar so surprised and happy that these "old" games are used today. In these cases, they agree me to put on my website their game (For example : Kiiling Impact, Lasers and mens, Gravon, ...)
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Postby MacFalcon » Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:35 pm

Excellent work, I think most former falcon game developers think this way! Btw, do you have the full version of Zodiax?
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Postby tof » Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:37 pm

MacFalcon wrote: do you have the full version of Zodiax?


no, sorry ! :wink:
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Postby Nick Harllow » Thu Apr 22, 2010 6:17 pm

lotek_style wrote:Well many of those games are PD or Shareware... and I think nobody gives a sh*t about the handfull of "commercial falcon tries" on that site these days.



As it happens I do, especailly when I own or bought the license to the game and still sell them.

But I am enough of a realistic to know if your gonna steal something then your gonna steal it



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Postby Marakatti » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:55 pm

Really 8O Must visit your webshop :)

Even if I probably own all of them already (copies) I think owning an original is still something special like in music. Still I wouldn't be too hard on TOF as he has saved part of important Atari-history which otherwise would have been long lost, including the Crown of Creation disks you are looking for.
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Postby BoNuS » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:58 pm

Nick Harllow wrote:
lotek_style wrote:Well many of those games are PD or Shareware... and I think nobody gives a sh*t about the handfull of "commercial falcon tries" on that site these days.



As it happens I do, especailly when I own or bought the license to the game and still sell them.

But I am enough of a realistic to know if your gonna steal something then your gonna steal it

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Asking money still for old Falcon games is almost cruel in my opinion, esp. when the dev. was years ago.
Asfar as I think it's al PD, exception ofcourse from software that is still in development, like SCSI driver
software which is still updated to support modern hardware.
http://bonus.home.xs4all.nl/
( I have just to much Atari stuff)

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Postby Omikronman » Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:42 pm

Well, some games may still be commercial ones!

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Postby Nick Harllow » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:30 pm

Marakatti wrote:Really 8O Must visit your webshop :)

Even if I probably own all of them already (copies) I think owning an original is still something special like in music. Still I wouldn't be too hard on TOF as he has saved part of important Atari-history which otherwise would have been long lost, including the Crown of Creation disks you are looking for.



I am not totally disagreeing... I also have and own Atari's and for software that isn't owned commercially more power to his mouse... but I paid for these items/licences and I still sell them and in most cases for less than £5 and so do feel a little put out when someone collects them (or compiles to a DVD which I believe is sold?).

As I said if your gonna steal, you gonna steal nothing I say will make a difference...

As for Crown of Creation , when I asked for copies for a customer I made clear I didn't want cracks/covers/hacks but copies so I could make my customer happy as his version is corrupt. I didn't ask for the code which is written on the box, i am not interested in stealing someones work, who I did pay.

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Postby Omikronman » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:37 pm

Hey Nick,

nice to read you! :-)

Yes, it is a long time ago we went in contact, but I always read your jagfest news (and maybe other events, I can not remember now) carefully!

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Postby Marakatti » Fri Apr 23, 2010 7:20 am

Nick Harllow wrote:I am not totally disagreeing... I also have and own Atari's and for software that isn't owned commercially more power to his mouse... but I paid for these items/licences and I still sell them and in most cases for less than £5 and so do feel a little put out when someone collects them (or compiles to a DVD which I believe is sold?).

Part of me can understand your reaction very well, nobody likes to lose money. But I still think if someone wants to buy Falcon030 game in 2010 they will do it no matter how much other versions are around the web.

Speaking of that, are the Falcon games you sell boxed with instructions? I'm mainly interested in Road Riot 4WD, Steel Talons, Llamazap and Evolution Dino Dudes? Thanks :)
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Postby lotek_style » Fri Apr 23, 2010 1:06 pm

[quote="Nick Harllow"][quote="lotek_style"]Well many of those games are PD or Shareware... and I think nobody gives a sh*t about the handfull of "commercial falcon tries" on that site these days.[/quote]


As it happens I do, especailly when I own or bought the license to the game and still sell them.

But I am enough of a realistic to know if your gonna steal something then your gonna steal it



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Postby Nick Harllow » Fri Apr 23, 2010 6:14 pm

lotek_style wrote:
Nick Harllow wrote:
lotek_style wrote:Well many of those games are PD or Shareware... and I think nobody gives a sh*t about the handfull of "commercial falcon tries" on that site these days.



As it happens I do, especailly when I own or bought the license to the game and still sell them.

But I am enough of a realistic to know if your gonna steal something then your gonna steal it



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Oh yes... The MEDWAY BOYS are speaking ;)




..nice slur, maybe you should take up politics.......and oh yes whilst i knew one or 2 of them... I NEVER WAS... ok?

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