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The Curse of Rabenstein +DS   [2020]

The Curse of Rabenstein +DS Released by :
Raiders of the Lost Empire [web]

Release Date :
25 March 2020

Type :
C64 Crack

Videosystem: any
Proper release: OK

Release 10 Serial no. 200322

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

Credits :
Original Supply .... Larry of Raiders of the Lost Empire
Linking .... Larry of Raiders of the Lost Empire
Docs .... Larry of Raiders of the Lost Empire

Intro used in this crack:
DownloadThe Forum64 18th Anniversary Party Intro by Raiders of the Lost Empire

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/196726/rabenstein+ds.d64 (downloads: 183)

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User Comment
Submitted by Larry on 1 April 2020
Well if you are chatting with Stephan Vogt, then ask him if it's OK to publish the DAAD decompile, to prove my words. After all it's no rocket science to do, what I've done :)
User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 1 April 2020
...and let me say you're magic, if you are able to accomplish what you said in point 1, both for me and the author of the DAAD compiler himself who I'm chatting right now :D
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Submitted by Luca on 1 April 2020
You can freely see the soultion on Plus/4 World, even with no registrations (it's in the release's page btw, not in the forum, though the forum is registration free too), I've written it with the anti-spoiler option on, you only have to use the joystick :)

Ok, if you say it's not, there's no need to credit me. But believe me: it's in-cre-di-ble that your sequence is word by word identical to mine, and with some useless moves I myself put here just as a mark! :D
User Comment
Submitted by Larry on 1 April 2020
I had missed the discussion here somehow. Well to answer the questions here:
1. I decompiled the Game's DDB File, means I have the complete Source incl. the solution, if you know how to read DAAD Sources. That's also the Source where I got the parser's Verbs from.

2. I have no access at Plus4 Forum. With public access you don't see any Solution of that Game.
3. I played the Game as it was available as Web Game.
4. I don't claim that the solution is completely done by me. I got plenty of tips from some Friends that like to play Textadventures.

However if you or someone still feels the need to be credited here. OK -> do it. I'm fine with that.
User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 28 March 2020
hedning: err...well, it's not a matter of being credited here, it should be something about writing somewhere in the release the real source of the contents which eventually (probably this is not the case ;) ) will add point for you into the List :) I would need his *public* words, not being credited on CSDb ;)
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 28 March 2020
Just credit Luca ffs. How hard is it? :D
User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 28 March 2020
Few days passed and I got no answer, so let me write it clear, with no urge of opening a forum thread: Larry, I'm waiting you to speak about the solution you added as bonus to your crack. For general interest, this is the solution I added 5 days before your release, showing the same useless moves used as markers and the exact sequence of moves just like yours. In the name of the scenetiquette :)
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 26 March 2020
Umm, perhaps Luca ought to be credited?
User Comment
Submitted by Luca on 26 March 2020
Oh come on, this is *my* solution exactly like I added on Plus/4 World, in the same sequence and with some useless moves I added as markers! :D
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