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So Peter what you are saying is that a game Like Kenta Cho's Noiz2sa, one of the biggest underground games and ported to virtually every popular system in the business could be ported in mere minutes? that would be awesome(even Gamepark32 and that's arm based so a port could be even more easy I suppose). [link] linux versions: [link] All is other games are also great but don't seem to get ported that much since they are written in D.

The strangest thing is that you RiscOS users have had a huge culthit under your belt which they seem to have neglected.While a lot of hardcore shooting fans think Spheres of Chaos is one of the best games ever. Yet here it's hardly ever regarded as a classic. Discuss!

 is a RISC OS Userhighlandcattle on 5/6/05 11:10PM
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