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Thanks to all! I will try tonight at home to read the magazine, as I cant do it at work  8)

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Quote from: "The Laird"
Quote from: "Ivanzx"
Quote from: "TrekMD"
Let us know how you like it, Ivanzx!

So far I cant tell because the links I got dont work  :)

I don't host it so you can't blame me for that one! I will send you a dropbox link when I get home.

Hehe :) but now all this waiting is making me really really feel like reading it a lot!
Thanks for making retromagazines nowadays, it is highly appreciated.

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Quote from: "TrekMD"
Let us know how you like it, Ivanzx!

So far I cant tell because the links I got dont work  :)

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Quote from: "The Laird"
I saw a sale last week and repliee straight away. Will try sending it again when I get home.

No rush ;)

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Quote from: "Greyfox"
Have you contact [member=4262]The Laird[/member] about these issues, as he's in charge of sales for the magazine, maybe send him a message regarding..very sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Thanks! Dont worry, thats ok, I will contact him later in the day :)

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Hello all!

I purchased the e-magazine the last week, via paypal but still havent received any file or email or news... anyone could help out? :)

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Introductions / Re: Hello people!
« on: June 05, 2014, 15:14:52 PM »
Thanks to all! I can recognize some names from WoS and other forums ;)

BTW , The Laird, nos conocemos? De donde eres? :)

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Homebrew Chat / Re: ZX Destroyer - New Sinclair ZX Spectrum Homebrew
« on: June 05, 2014, 14:27:07 PM »
You really know how to introduce new games here! Excellent presentation :)

The game is quite hard but quite addictive too, it got the second position in the compo. This time the conversion was not the most precise, as the author took some freedom to change certain details of the game, some of them, like the graphics, were vastly improved. Worth a try!

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Quote from: "zapiy"
Yeah but making them work here broadens their market.

Indeed, I contacted him several months ago and asked if that would be posible, but he told me that at that momento it wasnt...

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Quote from: "zapiy"
Yeah, is there a real reason why thats not the case? Pal Versions?

I think the main reason is that Piko is based on the USA, so they produce NTSC versions :)

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Hello everyone!

Last year I organised a compo about converting spanish Coin ops to the ZX Spectrum. The compo finished in March, with 4 participants and some very entertaining games, but now the second edition of the compo has been announced, and the deadline is until 28th December 2014. And this time, not only Spanish coin ops can ve converted, but also 16bit Spanish games are also eligible. You can check the rules and more in the entry of the compo here:

http://rincondelspectrum.blogspot.de/2014/03/ii-concurso-de-los-recreativos-y-los-16.html

If anyone is interested, or has any doubts, let me know :)

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Introductions / Hello people!
« on: June 04, 2014, 15:28:02 PM »
Hi everyone!

Im a retro fan, who specially plays things for the ZX Spectrum, SNES and Game Boy and a little bit of PSX.
I usually hang around World of Spectrum and some other Spanish forums about retro computers (specially Spectrum related).

I also have a blog, about... the ZX Spectrum!  :)

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There was even a revamped version of the game, using the NIRVANA engine, with multicolour graphics (for the ZX Spectrum), quite nice, with even a physical release in cassette (and unusual, as it used a VHS tape box!).
The game is a fine puzzle, wich entertains quite a bit! I managed to complete it in easy level, but hard levels are really tough!
If you want to download the multicolour version, here it is:

http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0028175

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In general this game is rather impressive, from the colourful graphics to the speed of them moving on screen, the amount of levels, and variety of situations. And I think there will be soon a physical release in cassette so all the Spectrum lovers will be able to enjoy it in real machines. A game which could have been easily released by Ocean back in the 80s...

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