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720° +3   [1987]

720° +3 Released by :
ACS Industries 2001, Ikari, The Survivors, X-Factory

Release Date :
16 December 1987

Type :
C64 Crack

Properties: Import

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Crack .... Just Ice of Ikari
Trainer .... Pal of Ikari
Import .... Syntax 2010
Original Supply .... Just Ice of Ikari

Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
ACS Scroll (recovered):
X-Factory Scroll:

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/168686/720degrees-X-Factory-sb183938.d64 (downloads: 73) (File marked as corrupted)

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User Comment
Submitted by Radd Maxx on 25 June 2018
This one's a bit of a mess.

(1) This is the first release found from both X-Factory and ACS Industries.

(2) There is a WGO logo at the beginning. This is because X-Factory stole WGO's intro. See also: Will 'O the Wisp . WGO is not involved here.

(3) The lineage is:
Cracked and Trained by Ikari - 720° +3
Imported to US by TS - 720° +3
Imported to CAN by Syntax 2010/ACS - not in csdb
Imported to "Western Canada" by X-Factory

(4) This is not my disk. This is Demonger box 11 sb183938. It is full of errors and the only thing that loads on the disk is this intro. All other details were discovered via autopsy.
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