Game of the day...

General software. From trouble with the Banyan Tree to OCP Art Studio, post any general software chat here. Could include game challenges...
cmal
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Menace is probably my rarest original. It's the very first game I bought at a Dion store in Johannesburg, South Africa.
I've never seen this game anywhere else after that and it's mostly advertised in magazines as the Firebird re-release.
A few years ago I submitted it to WOS.

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WIWC
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Eric & the Floaters [Sinclair Research, 1984]
(but already released the year before as Bomberman by Hudson Soft, I think)
Lately I'm always having a game or two at this simple but playable game, in the evening.

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Today is 10 years since Chris Sievey passed away, so I will be playing The Biz.

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Maybe today will be the day I get a reply from a record company and not die of a heart attack!

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cmal wrote:
Fri Jun 05, 2020 9:24 pm
Menace is probably my rarest original. It's the very first game I bought at a Dion store in Johannesburg, South Africa.
I've never seen this game anywhere else after that and it's mostly advertised in magazines as the Firebird re-release.
A few years ago I submitted it to WOS.

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Hi @cmal,

Please could you check that we have everything that you submitted? Thanks:

https://spectrumcomputing.co.uk/index.p ... 96&id=3121
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Yep, it's all there. I do have the original inlay scan still in BMP format (300 dpi) if someone with photoshop skills wants to beautify it.

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