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fishy_fis 
Where to find Genetic Species?
Posted on 16-Mar-2017 5:13:35
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I did quite a bit of searching before starting this thread, but without luck.
To cut a long story short I'm trying to find a full CD image of Genetic Species. This game was released as freeware some years ago, and even aminet has archives of it, but its not a CD image and is lacking some content. Additionally I'm trying to find gsaddons (some enhancements like 24bit color). The official site still exists, but links are broken.

If anyone can point me in the right direction I'd be very appreciative.

Thanks in advance.

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juMa 
Re: Where to find Genetic Species?
Posted on 16-Mar-2017 5:37:58
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@fishy_fis

Try EAB file server.

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fishy_fis 
Re: Where to find Genetic Species?
Posted on 16-Mar-2017 6:32:53
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@juMa

Ah, great, found it. Thanks. :)

I could've sworn I'd already tried there, but without luck.
Your suggestion made me check again though, and lo and behold, there it is. :)

Now I just need to find GSaddons.

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fishy_fis 
Re: Where to find Genetic Species?
Posted on 16-Mar-2017 6:59:01
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@fishy_fis

Ah, its all coming back to me now.
The eab file server is about as stable as Ed Gein. That's why I've been looking elsewhere.
It cuts out at random and then simply refuses to reestablish itself.

Gotta say, there's some questionable content there too. Pretty sure Hyperion, amongst others might take issue with their games being made available for anyone to download.

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juMa 
Re: Where to find Genetic Species?
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@fishy_fis

GSaddons are also found on file server (TheZone/files/_2013).

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Re: Where to find Genetic Species?
Posted on 16-Mar-2017 13:46:40
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@juMa

Thanks. Finally managed to get Genetic Species downloaded, along with GSaddons. Suspecting now that my previous instability problems were ISP related. Had no such issues when using my phones connection.

Thanks also to whoever is hosting the FTP server.

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