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Aztec Tomb (part 1)    [2003]

Aztec Tomb (part 1) Released by :
Hokuto Force [web]

Release Date :
1 January 2003

Type :
C64 Crack

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Original Supply .... Roberto
  The Overkiller of Hokuto Force, People of Liberty, Scene World Magazine
Linking .... The Overkiller of Hokuto Force, People of Liberty, Scene World Magazine

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/27294/aztec.zip (downloads: 1035)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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User Comment
Submitted by TWR on 30 November 2006
"Everybody" is slaggin' me down? That would be, two or three kids are doing a "wanderer" against me. :-)
Ah, forget it... I'm just gettin' emotional. :-D
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 29 November 2006
@bfl: don't understimate TWR's special powers :)
User Comment
Submitted by bfl on 29 November 2006
Seems it took a long time to discover this entry...


...and start bitching.
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 29 November 2006
I trash you cracks 'cos they means nothing with a +0 when there are already better version around. This is what you don't want to understand. Rating 2 our version of Asterix was instead a total unbelievable move, because there was not a reason. As I said a liked a bit more your lately rels at least you trained and dox'ed something. Pfff I'm tired of blah blah blah....
User Comment
Submitted by HMVDVA on 29 November 2006
@TWR: by reading your (quite emotional) response I'd say you DO give a shit.
The reason everybody is slagging you down is because you are nothing but a loudmouth who never did a decent crack. Both today as in the past.
You were an expert in freezing though.

Heck, I never heard of you before you appeared on this forum.
But hey, you don't give a shit :-P
User Comment
Submitted by TWR on 29 November 2006
I can truly deal with the fact that my skill as a cracker is not to be compared with any of the legends. Why you, on the other hand, trash my cracks I cannot understand. If you had done anything better your self, I would shut the fuck up. Then, claiming it was "only spread for the italian circuit (?)" when you for some reason uploaded it on csdb for everyone to take part of, is pretty lame (if you excuse me saying so). About the votes, yes, I just noticed that you gave me a 10 (along with several other 1's, 5's and whatever). Give me a 10, give me a 1 - do you actually believe I give a damn what you think of my shit?
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 29 November 2006
See the difference between us ? EGO! I can deal with my poor skillness, no problem. But when you use the word (probably) that rings me a bell. The fact you rate your same group 10 it's the final proof. Well, I rated you 10 as cracker, I don't want destroy your ego too much :) Btw: this release was mainly for the italian circuit... About the dox you're right, my fault.
User Comment
Submitted by TWR on 29 November 2006
Now I see why Overkiller thinks my cracks sucks (which they probably do) - Looking at quality releases like this one it all comes clear to me. :-/
Question: Adding a solution to a text-game, should it be credited as docs? Just curious.
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