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I'm in. Please PM me when ready.

 

Thanx, Noel

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How about this for the next port? :)

 

http://www.grandtheftendo.com/

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Minus the sex and violence I think this would be fun. Although if you take the sex and violence out is it still Grand Theft Auto.

 

Allan

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Good News!

 

The boards are here, and I'm shipping out all current orders today!!

 

-Bry

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Good News!

 

The boards are here, and I'm shipping out all current orders today!!

 

    -Bry

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Got mine today, and I must say, VERY high quality label. The mail moved quite quickly for once it seems, lol.

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Shipped out some more today!

 

-Bry

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Any more of these arriving yet?

 

-Bry

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Yup, got mine. Thanks Bryan. I can't wait for my vacation in a couple of weeks to play Mule more.

 

Allan

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Is that a 512K eprom that I see on the cart? If so, how come such a large eprom for a 64K game?

 

Allan

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Is that a 512K eprom that I see on the cart? If so, how come such a large eprom for a 64K game?

 

Allan

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EPROMs are rated in K-bits, so you have to divide by 8. (512K x 8 = 64K) :)

 

-Bry

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My wife is totally hooked on MULE now. She'd never heard of it before, but after enough (semi-forced) playtesting, she's always up for a round now. Personally, I don't like playing against computer players, so I'm still trying to get a group together some night.

 

-Bry

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What other games can we raid from the 8-bit computer line to put on the 5200?

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Would Wavy Navy be possible to convert to the 5200?

 

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Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm going to be on vacation in a week (starting June 4). Any orders placed up until June 3rd will ship before I leave. There are still many available.

 

To order, you can simply PayPal to: [email protected] The price is $30 (+$2 in the US, or +$5 elsewhere).

 

-Bry

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The game takes a little while to learn, but is not nearly as complex as modern games.  Instructions:

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Can we have this manual in, say, PDF format ?

I thought a manual was coming with the game. :)

 

So far I've only started the game up, but didn't play yet.

It looks good, the intro screens and all that.

Now I can't wait to find some time to play.

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Mine arrived today. :D

 

I too need to find some time to actually play it.

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I've shipped everything out, and I'm going to take a few with me on my trip this week so I can hopefully send them out if I get orders while I'm gone.

 

Anyone been playing it?

 

-Bry

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I just got a batch of Bryan's 5200 M.U.L.E. carts today, which I'm bringing with me to the Oklahoma Video Game Expo in a few days. The game plays great on a 5200 system, and I wish I had time to gather around four people to give the game a good workout! And the label is beautiful, nice and glossy and trimmed perfectly. Any M.U.L.E. fans (of which I am one--ahh, the days when E.A. developed innovative games!) need to pick this bad boy up before they're all gone!

 

..Al

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Hi Al!

 

(of which I am one--ahh, the days when E.A. developed innovative games!)

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It should say published instead of developed, no? EA started rather late to develop things on their own. I'm not 100% sure, but I think "Skate or Die" from 1987 might be the first real EA inhouse production.

 

Most of their early stuff was developed by Dynamix, Interplay, Free Fall and other companies/individuals. M.U.L.E., Heart of Africa, Modem Wars, Robot Rascals and Seven Cities of Gold were all developed by "Ozark Softscape".

 

Greetings,

Manuel

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Hi Steve!

 

I checked that. Worms is copyrighted by David S. Maynard:

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He even had it rereleased a few years later as I.Q. by CRL:

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Greetings,

Manuel

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Sent ya two seperate paypal payments for two orders today. Let me know if there are any problems.

 

Oh, the payments came from Michael McCourt on Paypal. Just so ya know.

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Thanks! I just sent out several more today.

 

-Bry

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