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Super Cycle   [2012]

Super Cycle Released by :

Release Date :
12 April 2012

Type :
EasyFlash Release

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

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User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 17 April 2012
I agree, this entry will probably reappear in the next couple years when someone else finds it.

I'm sure there are already tons of entries here that weren't meant to be spread and there will be more such entries in the future.
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Submitted by Exploding First on 17 April 2012
The deletion has no sense when several downloads have already done.
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Submitted by Groepaz on 17 April 2012
"Why not upload the latest unreleased EasyProg:s and whatever you're exposed to on the internet while you're at it."
it is indeed common practise to upload stuff from the internet on csdb =P wether you think it is a good idea to post work in progress stuff on the internet is another thing :)
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Submitted by Moloch on 17 April 2012
Tom-Cat ... the entry is locked by your account now, looks like you can delete it yourself.
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 17 April 2012
As Groepaz said - please remove it, since this is a work-in-progress version which was not meant for this site. It includes data files from several cracks (DD, REM) and the original which had graphics problems. There will be a proper release of this in the future with hopefully all data files from the original... It was made available for people on irc and F64 only and lesson learned - no more previews or anything, since people either can't read or are just ignorant of other people's wishes.
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Submitted by lemming on 17 April 2012
Why not upload the latest unreleased EasyProg:s and whatever you're exposed to on the internet while you're at it.

This is a good pointer tho; some people simply are not trustworthy.
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Submitted by Groepaz on 17 April 2012
oh well. i found this release in my mail, some nice guy (you know who you are) who keeps me updated with recent cart releases appearently sent it to me shortly after it was posted in f64. it looked like a valid release to me and so i added it (and what rough said). (and no need to comment further as we did talk on irc :))
however enthusi has a point, if its a "recrack" then the release should state it. i am with TheRyk there though, i would suggest to add that info (in production notes) and keep the entry. If you dont want to do that, please remove it (with a proper reason this time :))
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Submitted by Rough on 16 April 2012
To publish something on the net is publishing something public -> reason to add here. CSDb is not a release site but a database, just a reminder.
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Submitted by TheRyk on 16 April 2012
As I said in the forum where it is taken from I always suggested releasing it and it would have ended here, anyway, sooner or later if you just spread it to one single person, not to speak of upping it on whatever internet platform.

Sorry, Tom-Cat, I know that you are mad about this one ending here, but especially because I like the release a lot, I don't see any reason for drama, here. Just give credits for the cracks it is based on as you did in that forum, and even for the uberhaters there's no reason to frown about it.

Seriously hope that you will snap out of it again after a while, Tom.
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Submitted by enthusi on 16 April 2012
In the sense of the author, I request deletion of this entry which was never supposed to become public as it is work-in-progress. I think the following justifies deletion according to the rules as well:

"So called "recracking" is generally and strongly frowned upon. For this reason each crack should somehow tell what kind of original was used (tape/ disk/cart ...). Recracks are only accepted if no original is available and all existing cracks have bugs."
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 16 April 2012
oh, so csdb is a webcrawler now :-D comes in handy for the next seuck releases...

so I upload them to f64 and get leech here?
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Submitted by Groepaz on 16 April 2012
csdb collects all releases, wether you think its "ment for csdb" is irrelevant really. if you release something then it will eventually end up here, the only way to prevent that is to not release it.
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 16 April 2012
This was NOT meant for csdb release as was stated on F64 and the irc. Please remove immediately!
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 15 April 2012
I reckon no disk loading time? Nice version! It's impossible to save hi score to cartridge isn't it?
User Comment
Submitted by Viktor on 15 April 2012
A few words, why is this better from easyflash than from disk?
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