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News   News : APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
   posted by AndreasM on 20-Mar-2014 9:23:23 (1601 reads)
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Re: APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
Posted on 21-Mar-2014 17:19:30
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Finally those games from the mid 90's got their own dedicated sites! I've been waiting so long! :P


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Re: APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
Posted on 22-Mar-2014 13:10:47
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Now if they would just add English translations and details instructions for running the games on next generation Amiga's the websites would be far more interesting


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Re: APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
Posted on 22-Mar-2014 20:03:13
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Every APC&TCP site has English version (just find the button labelled "English").

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Re: APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
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@ Dwyloc

There are english translations, unless you mean english translation on some german-only games which they seem quite interesting. Either way, why some instructions for running the game on next-gen Amigas will increase the interest of the websites? Play them on real Amigas, as they meant to be.


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Re: APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
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Come ona my house. I have 4 extra OS3 machines you can play on.

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Re: APC&TCP: New Product Webpages online
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why some instructions for running the game on next-gen Amigas will increase the interest of the websites? Play them on real Amigas, as they meant to be.

Because some users might want to play them under OS4... Users like myself, for instance. I have a pretty powerful A1200 which could probably run most of those games, but I'd much rather run them under OS4 as that A1200 rarely gets used these days.

If they had instructions there, I might even be interested in buying these games since I never played them first time around, but I'm not going to buy them for my A1200...


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