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Sierra Supports Emulation... sort of! - November 08,1999 by JoseQ
In a very surprising move, Sierra On-Line, one of thebiggest software makers of all time, has allowed Back to the Roots, an Amiga softwarearchive site, to distribute all of their Amiga releases!This means that the King Quest series which made it tothe Amiga up until version 'V' are now freely downloadablefrom Back to the Roots. However, this does not mean thatthey've donated their software to the public domain, they'reexclusively allowing that site to distribute their gamesover the Internet, so any further distribution would stillbe un-sponsored. There are a whole bunch of games otherthan the King Quest series coming from Sierra, so stop bythe site and check it out. I think this is a greataccomplishment for the site and emulation since this isall that we've asked for all along. Let the old games live!

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Name: Sim-1 Posted: Thursday, November 11, 1999 - (11:04)
Subject: REQ:Faery Tale Adv. MANUAL
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I have this game but I would the manual to play...
thanks

Sim-1

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Name: m Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 - (14:45)
Subject: n
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mnbn

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Name: Y2K Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 - (14:44)
Subject: Amiga emulation
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How do you run these roms? I dl a bunch of emulators, but I couldn't figure out how to run the disk images

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Name: Unabomber Posted: Tuesday, November 9, 1999 - (12:01)
Subject: Orgin systems should do this
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For the Ultima series Ulima 1-9
including UO because that game sucks so bad :P

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Name: Muffiney Posted: Tuesday, November 9, 1999 - (3:19)
Subject: King's quest 6
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The sixth installment (I could've sworn) was on the amiga.

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Name: HobbesAtPlay Posted: Monday, November 8, 1999 - (20:21)
Subject: They put Carnage up!
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I can't believe it! That is just too cool!

My friend and I wrote Carnage one summer while we were in college. We charged WAAAAAY too much for it, but we didn't know any better, and it paid for our trips to Carls Jr. and Jack In The Box where we came up with all the concepts for it.

If anyone actually liked Carnage, I'm attempting to get SAS/C compiling under WinUAE and am planning on re-releasing a freeware version of it, with all the features of the registered version.

Peace =)

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Name: HobbesAtPlay Posted: Monday, November 8, 1999 - (20:21)
Subject: They put Carnage up!
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I can't believe it! That is just too cool!

My friend and I wrote Carnage one summer while we were in college. We charged WAAAAAY too much for it, but we didn't know any better, and it paid for our trips to Carls Jr. and Jack In The Box where we came up with all the concepts for it.

If anyone actually liked Carnage, I'm attempting to get SAS/C compiling under WinUAE and am planning on re-releasing a freeware version of it, with all the features of the registered version.

Peace =)

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Name: Zach Posted: Monday, November 8, 1999 - (18:52)
Subject: Awesome!
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Great news for the Amiga emulation scene, and emulation in general. Shows that more and more developers are giving the thumbs up to emulation. One more hit against those who insist emulation is illegal! Way to go Sierra!

-Zach
www.emuhq.com

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