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Happy Lame Day   [1987]

Happy Lame Day Released by :
Untouchable Cracking Force

Release Date :
6 May 1987

Type :
C64 Misc.

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Text .... Phantom Shark of Untouchable Cracking Force
  The Head Librarian of Eagle Soft Incorporated

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/171557/hld.d64 (downloads: 23)

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User Comment
Submitted by blendo75 on 20 September 2018
This is Phantom Sharks's response to THL's response to UCF's release of The Love Quest.

The scroll (written by Player =1=?) in Love Quest says that this release was to show that "UCF can release lame warez too" and goes on to rag ESI over releasing a "rash of crap" recently, such as:

1. A "kiddie" data disk for Cross Check (http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=9873). In this document Phantom Shark goes on and on and on about this release. This release is not in the Db.
2. Spinnaker's The Writer, The Filer and The Planner. These are also not in the Db.

THL counters this by saying that ESI's "group law" states that releases like the Kiddie Data Disk are sent out uncredited because they are not copy protected. Filling in the blanks, I'm assuming he means they shouldnt be counted as "real" ESI releases. Since they are uncredited I'm not sure why there's all this kerfluffle in the first place.

THL goes on to say that Love Quest is "just a module from Intracourse", which is an extremely rare 4-sided sex game that has an actual ESI crack which is also extremely rare, and missing from the Db. I'm not sure how this sticks it to UCF though.

THL also claims that The Sentry +D is a recrack without further exposition.
User Comment
Submitted by blendo75 on 16 September 2018
Thanks bugjam!
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