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The Lost Caves 1-6 Collection +3D   [2011]

The Lost Caves 1-6 Collection +3D Released by :
Genesis Project [web]

Release Date :
14 September 2011

Type :
C64 Crack

Proper release: OK
Properties: First release

User rating:****______  4.4/10 (9 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Trainer .... L.A.Style of Genesis Project, Hitmen, X-Large (GXL)
Original Supply .... L.A.Style of Genesis Project, Hitmen, X-Large (GXL)


Intro used in this crack:
DownloadGenesis Project "Colours Intro" by Genesis Project

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/99610/the lost caves 1-6 +3D collection_fix_gp.zip (downloads: 639)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 16 September 2011
I love the title tune. All triangle :)
User Comment
Submitted by Count Zero on 16 September 2011
If you "love" the game to be released you usually spend a little more time on it, no? I fully support Lemmings' comment on the length. It's not about "some unused byte" imho - it's about making up a dozen files where creative minds would even have joined the hi-score files without loss of info and made the whole shitpile a single or two files.

And finally an NTSC compatible "fastloader" should have been used, hm?

I appreciate any release and usually forget about them the second they hit my HD --- one rarely forgets about obvious fails though.

Hence the comments here and in chat.
User Comment
Submitted by la-style on 16 September 2011
I am not upset , does this look so ? nor i want to defend this PD Game. I even didnt Fix the Sound Bug which was on the "Original" from the TLC site. Fact is that i wanted to play TLC6 when it was Released since i simply love that Boulderdash and clone Games. But since the Levels are way to hard i trained it for myself. I just thought there might be anybody else who wanted to Play that aswell so i Packed em all on one Disk and Released them as Package. Just releasing TLC6 as a single Release doesnt make sense from my point of view. I consider this Release as Gift for the Boulderdashfans. Maybe some People may think that i am one of these Releasepoint Horny "Crackers" fighting for each Point ,but no i am not. Never heard that there will be given Points for a "PD" Game anyway.

I got several Mails and PM`s from People who thanked for this Release and that is what counts for me, nothing else. The Comment i wrote (which was the first Public Statement to any of my Releases since the 90ies) was just because i cant understand People asking questions which they could answer themselve when testing the Release. Just 2 seconds of download time and there you go.
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 16 September 2011
t`s +3 , the Trainerscreen at TLC1 just doesnt show that it`s available. Then do not get upset if I ask ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 16 September 2011
nice release, Mario, i think it's a really good idea to make docs for all the people that never played Boulderdash! ;-)
Also, Slator: O'Neill = MSK
User Comment
Submitted by Stan on 16 September 2011
haha, Mario I love your enthusiasm about this... ;-) Do a Hitmen release once in a while buddy! :DD Hugs, Stan
User Comment
Submitted by la-style on 16 September 2011
It`s +3 , the Trainerscreen at TLC1 just doesnt show that it`s available. TLC 2-6 does show. Why dont you just download and try yourself ?

Besides that, i really like all the "ELITE" People Idling around and doing just nothing except waiting for Releases from any Group and then checking every fucking Byte if it`s used or not, Moaning about spell errors or anything like that. Just trying to get attention with ragging on other People has never worked well and never will. Do me a Favour and continue Idling, shot yourself or look for any other successful way to become quiet.
All active Groups do this for Fun, atleast i do.

Stay tuned for the next upcomming release : lickmyballs+xDH_GP

If there is some serious Bug i still like criticism but not when there is a message missing or some bytes i forgot to delete. As once said Gamersguide time is over.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 16 September 2011
You have three trainers: Life, Time and Levelskip (commodore key).
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 16 September 2011
So is it a +2 or +3 ???
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 16 September 2011
Count Zero: You will get a trainer "<3" next time. :D
User Comment
Submitted by Count Zero on 16 September 2011
so re-writing the comment:

Whats the third trainer? Do docs and overly waste of bytes count as a plus now?

PS: sorry - didnt see the non-selectable levelskip
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 16 September 2011
G*P has now cleaned up the fuck. Scroller in intro will tell you why this release exist. Hugs and kisses, and don't forget: always clean up the fuck!
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 15 September 2011
the tune by o'neill in the docs is pretty nice even when it is pretty short...
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 15 September 2011
@Adam: well the last 10 or so releases have two 10-votes.
Someone likes G*P alot ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by lemming on 15 September 2011
Aww man, this is not good. SES does BoulderDash in 1K, Commo Bam does BoulderDash 1-20 in one file, here we got six PD BoulderDashes on one disk side. Also the legendary intro should've been left alone and not be raped with a new font, which is not a bad looking font at all but simply does not fit the design imho.
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 15 September 2011
Kudos for the general effort to do stuff.
But come on folks, 2x10, 1x9 votes for a broken (music partially dead) crack of a freely available public domain collection based on a level-editor?
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