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Pirates of the Barbary Coast   [1988]

Pirates of the Barbary Coast Released by :
The Famous Ones, The Melmac Duo, The Sinister Realm 2013, Untouchable Cracking Force, Xades Society

Release Date :
16 June 1988

Type :
C64 Crack

Properties: Import

Barbary Deluxe

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... Robot
Linking .... Shalk
Directory Art .... The Bandit of The Melmac Duo

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/151125/Pirates of the Barbary Coast - Barbary Deluxe (Starsoft)[ucf-xades-tfo-tsr-tmd].d64 (downloads: 139) (File marked as corrupted)

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User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 10 December 2021
@Bandit/TMC... plus f...ing up the SYS line (and BAM?) apparently, not sure if that counts as "linking"

no wonder this one's barely running on uneven days at full moon after so much of screwing up

So I'm also not sure if this is a bad transfer or rather f...ed up beyond repair already in the late 80s (what iAN commented about BAM...). I leave the "Corrupted" Flag for the time being though, maybe someone finds a better disk
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 10 December 2021
Import of an Import (recracked)... Pirates of the Barbary Coast

The "broken at" in the XADES intro screen is of course ultra-lame as they contributed even less to breaking it than TSR and TFO, set Shalk credits to Linking and The Bandit from Linking to DirArt (as all the Melmac guys seem to have done is putting this on a spread disk with their promo in the Dir)
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Submitted by G-Force on 10 August 2016
@ian coog: ah right usually its the other way round when loading games where normal is usually the most reliable.
First time ive come across this situation.

@mason: i arrived at shalk because of the scroller in the intro where he is mentioned first and its usually him that cracks games in this year.
melmac duo is in the game menu & header of barbary just like the alf game and is from the same batch.

@ZeSmasher: LOL.
what is the record on csdb for gangbangs....i mean with csdb releases that have many groups to a game lol.
User Comment
Submitted by Mason on 10 August 2016
How is the Melmac Duo involved in this release?

And how did Shalk get cracker?
User Comment
Submitted by Smasher on 9 August 2016
@G-Force: gangbang release? :)
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 9 August 2016
I see, works there just by chance, only if you select to load fast (f1 or enter) instead of normal (f2), as the normal drive routines are bypassed.
Still broken d64 as hell.
User Comment
Submitted by G-Force on 9 August 2016
It works on ccs64 V3.6 & ccs64 v3.8 with graphic corruption on battle section,but still plays.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 9 August 2016
"TO XADES CONTACT",P|$0801|  3/18 |wrong block count (39 vs 33), fixed.
"FX"              ,P|$6000| 12/2  |x-linked with "FG", fixed.
"SF"              ,P|$7000|  2/4  |x-linked with "TO XADES CONTACT", fixed.
"PD"              ,P|$7445|  1/0  |bad t/s link (77/45), fixed.
"MC"              ,P|$0A0A|  1/3  |bad t/s link (77/45), fixed.
"MV"              ,P|$4140|  1/5  |x-linked with "BARBARY DELUXE", fixed.

every kind of errors in the d64, files crosslinked with "TO XADES CONTACT" which seems to be added to the disk later, but apparently the BAM was not validated.
User Comment
Submitted by G-Force on 9 August 2016
Must be a record for me a 5 group release.
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