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Monday, October 30, 2006
Crazy Power Disc PerfectA demo for Crazy Power Disc Perfect is available for download. [Crazy Power Disc review]

Uploaded Aquatic Sun to FileFront, an underwater exploration number by Liberation Games. Scott is currently working on Kingdom Elemental, a strategy title to be published by Chronic Logic sometime this month.

Takase is working on several new characters for Dot Fighters.

TypeStriker XE turns freeware! Download the 16MB full version from this page, then type in the following details after installation to register. [TypeStriker review]

First Name: FreeXE
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License Key: i?rx9x3f$xwbiy!usr_wajrpxt.iu8r@
7 Comments:
Anonymous Anonymous said at 10/31/2006 11:53:00 AM:  
am so confused. where do I click to download the power disc game?

I can't make sense of the site.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 10/31/2006 05:04:00 PM:  
See here for instructions!

To make your life easier, please spend some time going through the FAQ.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/01/2006 01:22:00 AM:  
grah... I probably clicked on everything but that little http bit...

They should just make it a big button... maybe some anime thing signifying downloading.... I dunno.

Thanks though
Blogger S said at 11/01/2006 01:25:00 AM:  
Oh yeah the bit in the FAQ about Game Maker full screen is inaccurate. It's actually just F4 on it's own. Alt-F4 seems to just quit.
F4 won't work on all GM games as some of us don't like our games using that nasty blurry scaling and prefer to build in some better screen resolution changing and double window modes catering for all.
Blogger Tim W. said at 11/01/2006 01:37:00 AM:  
thanks for linking to the instructions again, and the correction as well! :)

will try and make the FAQ more prominent somehow...
Blogger svrman said at 11/01/2006 01:44:00 AM:  
Hmm it runs too fast on my computer (no frame limiting).
Does anyone know how to force this on your computer?

@anon #3, in second screenie where it says "click here", click the small white rectangle box with the icon. Sometimes it takes you to this orangey ad page and not the one shown in screenie 3. If that happens, click your back button and try again.
Blogger S said at 11/01/2006 01:55:00 AM:  
hmm the power disc game is ok. Graphics could have been done better. While the design of them is fine, they all seem a bit 'cardboardy', seem to be drawings more than pixel art. Also it wouldn't work in fullscreen for me. It just showed my desktop with a 640x480 black square in the corner. Shame cos I love fullscreen games (anything to hide Windows and make me think I'm playing a console or arcade machine).
Gameplay ain't bad though. I loved Windjammers on Neo Geo.