More New Game Scans

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More New Game Scans

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At last, some more new scans, supplied by Arthur

Action Biker, Batman, Cauldron, Dragon Skulle, Kane, Magican's Ball, Shades , Shadowfire and The Untouchables.

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:)

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Glad to see my scans made it there!
now, if you can just change the banner at the bottom of the scans page that says... " Scans by the scan king Mort and Shocktrooper", to say " Scans by the scan king Mort and Shocktrooper - and others".

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I did!! :-p
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crikey!
I was not looking for a name ref, but thanks,
:)

I shall not be scanning this weekend, as I have 'friends for dinner' ...
but next weekend I shall get cracking with some more.

regards,
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arthur wrote: I shall not be scanning this weekend, as I have 'friends for dinner' ...
but next weekend I shall get cracking with some more.
Choosing friends over scanning? You obviously don't have the commitment that Mort has!! ;-)
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Many thanks for the scans and the site update!
I never played Shadowfire, the scans are absolutely essential in order to play it.
Best regards!
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:)

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That in itself made the time it took to scan the manual worth while.

I remember playing the audio cassette side whilst enjoying the game and thinking what a great decision it was having a c64 and not a speccy.
to this day I still think the c64 was a better 'overall' machine.

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???

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before I bin them, I want to make sure the scans for the following made it (there may be more, you can check).
you listed shadowfire etc, but not...
Skramble, Goblin towers, Frogger 64, Hover Bovver, Slurpy....

If only that CD were to arrive, I would know what to scan!
:)
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I've only been scanning what exisits in the Zzapbible at the moment (ie was reviewed in Zzap)

For games not in zzap, I need to add a bit more code and with so many scans in the queue I figured it didn't really matter, which ones I did first. Again lack of computer and broadband for the next week or two is going to slow me down.

On the up side, I now work very close to my new home so I have an extra 2+ hours a day to myself and should be able to use some of that for zzap / gamebox related stuff. :)
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WOW!!

I have added a new game scan to http://www.gamebox64.com.

It's Yogi's Great Escape.

After burning the DVDs for Arthur, I got a burst of motivation! Still a boring manual process though :(
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Wooh! Shadowfire! Most awesome ... :)
"Isn't this where ... we came in?"
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Ant wrote:Wooh! Shadowfire! Most awesome ... :)
But what about Yogi's Great Escape ?! :-D

Anyway, just in the process of uploading World Games now too.
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Iain wrote:
Ant wrote:Wooh! Shadowfire! Most awesome ... :)
But what about Yogi's Great Escape ?! :-D

Anyway, just in the process of uploading World Games now too.
Ooh yeah, funny little game it was...

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Slow Sunday afternoon hey? ;-)

I have also added World Games, Xenon (2 versions) and Wicked.
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Iain wrote:Slow Sunday afternoon hey? ;-)

I have also added World Games, Xenon (2 versions) and Wicked.
Wicked! :lol:
Love that game, and a good conversion
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