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christhecoolboy 24-05-2010 06:11 PM

Christhecoolboy's offers
 
I found some games that I would like to offer to Abandonia, some of them MAY be shareware, but can you check, I have:

Six Feet Under
Amazeing 4.07
Bang! Bang!
Kye 2.0
Mr. Matt v1.59


None of these are registered versions... Once I have the go-ahead I will give you (The admins / Abandonia workforce) the attatchments...

Professor Oak 24-05-2010 06:48 PM

Mr.Matt [SOLD] at Wrotniak

TotalAnarchy 25-05-2010 05:20 PM

The main problem here is not that they might be distributed in the shareware way, but if your versions are indeed the limited shareware versions or the full ones. Some shareware games btw didn't have a limitation, and they asked you nicely to send them cash if you liked the game. Other, such as in Apogee's gave you only an episode (or volume) as shareware, and you had to pay cash to get the rest of them. It's not necessary for them to be divided into episodes. Another type is when the full game might be accessed by entering a code or doing another action, as instructed by the company after you've sent the cash to them.

I want to know if your games are limited in any way. Also it would be nice if you can provide at least the developer or/and the release date, which are possible to check out in-game usually.

christhecoolboy 25-05-2010 08:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TotalAnarchy (Post 405340)
The main problem here is not that they might be distributed in the shareware way, but if your versions are indeed the limited shareware versions or the full ones. Some shareware games btw didn't have a limitation, and they asked you nicely to send them cash if you liked the game. Other, such as in Apogee's gave you only an episode (or volume) as shareware, and you had to pay cash to get the rest of them. It's not necessary for them to be divided into episodes. Another type is when the full game might be accessed by entering a code or doing another action, as instructed by the company after you've sent the cash to them.

I want to know if your games are limited in any way. Also it would be nice if you can provide at least the developer or/and the release date, which are possible to check out in-game usually.

A lot of them are 'shareware' and free to distribute... but in about it says about donations, so I think that it is 100% full, just shareware... not sure though...

christhecoolboy 03-06-2010 01:25 AM

christhecoolboy - INN and Never winter nights
 
INN: me and russ were testing the game, it works, I took some screenshots and I am in the middle of writing an Article for it... Russ is going to contact INN revival in a few days... , the people who host the server, to see if it is OK for use at AB

Never winter Nights (AOL): I have an offline version of the game that I am going to give...
P.S: Have i made AB history if I upload this INN?

TotalAnarchy 03-06-2010 04:06 AM

What's INN?

christhecoolboy 03-06-2010 07:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TotalAnarchy (Post 406113)
What's INN?

Sierra's Imagination Network
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imagination_network

Frodo 03-06-2010 09:45 AM

'the ImagiNation Network was a unique online gaming network that gave subscribers from all over the United States of America a place where they could "play games, make friends and have fun". '


1. Does it work outside USA?

2. How much do they charge now for subscription?

3. What online games are available for it?

christhecoolboy 03-06-2010 07:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frodo (Post 406151)
'the ImagiNation Network was a unique online gaming network that gave subscribers from all over the United States of America a place where they could "play games, make friends and have fun". '


1. Does it work outside USA?

2. How much do they charge now for subscription?

3. What online games are available for it?


1. Yes as it is now ran though an IP...
2. It's free as it now runs via an IP
3. games Like red baron, three RPG's, Boogers, a casino (for adults) as well as loads more games, at least 8 more games...

Acethor 03-06-2010 07:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frodo (Post 406151)
'the ImagiNation Network was a unique online gaming network that gave subscribers from all over the United States of America a place where they could "play games, make friends and have fun". '


1. Does it work outside USA?

2. How much do they charge now for subscription?

3. What online games are available for it?

The project was abandoned by Sierra awhile ago (therefore no charge). The one he's offering is part of an indie revival project (using different servers). Although I'm still confused about the network part... How/why would we host an online game network here...


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