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Software News   Software News : Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0 released
   posted by Glames on 4-Dec-2016 16:32:51 (903 reads)
Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0, the quiz of general knowledge, is now available for AmigaOS 4.1, MorphOS and Windows computers. Play alone and share your high scores with the wider world or play simultaneously with five players, it's up to you!

What's new:
- Translations / New German translations added (76% done)
- Translations / English, Swedish and French translations improved.
- Questions / Some questions ("Celebrities" and "Entertainment" themes) have been updated.
- Home / The add-ons of new questions are now also displayed.
AmigaOS 4/MorphOS related:
- Home / The list of add-ons was no longer displayed after selecting an option item: fixed.
- User / Quiz / The player creation by the mouse could sometimes not work: fixed.
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Available add-ons:
- Girls band: Two new avatars, Maria Bella and Acid Jaimie (free).
- Multitheme #1: 400 new questions, divided into 15 themes (3,99).

We sold all our copies of the CD version. However, you can always buy it from our partners Alinea Computer and Amedia Computer. The digital version is of course still available from our website.

Special greetings to the team!

More details on the game webpage.

You can download a demo including 80 questions:
- AmigaOS 4 here or there.
- MorphOS here or there.
- Windows: here or there.

Ask Me Up, now you know!




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Templario 
Re: Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0 released
Posted on 5-Dec-2016 12:05:55
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Thank you for your new update!


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Re: Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0 released
Posted on 6-Dec-2016 11:58:46
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Well done and thanks for the continuous updates!

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Glames 
Re: Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0 released
Posted on 8-Dec-2016 8:45:52
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From: Nantes, France

Thank you!

If people want to help us with Polish and German translations, they are welcomed :)


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