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Airwolf-Fixer V1.0   [1993]

Airwolf-Fixer V1.0 Released by :
Lamex, The Ones Who

Release Date :
30 May 1993

Type :
C64 Tool

Released At :
The Computer Crossroad 1993

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (12 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Flerp
Music .... DOS of Lethargy, Spirit
  King Fisher of Triad
  Zizyphus of Oneway
Graphics .... Decoy Design of Spirit
Idea .... Kerouac
Text .... HTLV-3
Ripping .... Device-8

SIDs used in this release :
Airwolf Fixer v1.0(/MUSICIANS/Z/Zizyphus/Airwolf_Fixer_v1_0.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Krill on 19 November 2019
Needs a browser version (plugin). DocSnyder to the rescue!
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Submitted by hedning on 3 January 2015
That's it. I'm voting 10!
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Submitted by wysiwtf on 6 November 2013
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Submitted by Beastifire on 26 March 2013
A must in yaur discbox for daah CPU!!!1!!111!!
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Submitted by Mekong on 24 March 2013
Best tool ever. Compact, highly customizable, idiot-proof (M-option!) and *always* yielding excellent result. A timeless classic.
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Submitted by King Fisher on 9 May 2011
I refuse to give any comments on this release. It belongs to my past, I was young, I needed the publicity. There were men, they made me do things. I was just in it for the drugs. I promise.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 28 June 2010
was Device-8 a fake handle of King Fisher or it's just a stolen tune?
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Submitted by Jucke on 31 December 2006
at the TCC'93 party this program was demonstrated to me by one of the makers. While running it I was told: -"it's amazing! it converts other tunes into the airwolf tune, it converts code, and graphics, and cracks and demos and entire disksides!! - into the airwolf tune. You must use it." To this day, Airwolf Fixer serves its purpose. A must have in your diskbox at parties. All of a sudden there's someone who needs to get something fixed. Probably the only program ever to have not only (Y)es or (N)o, but also the (M)aybe option.
User Comment
Submitted by Trazan on 22 March 2006
Here it is, the long lost tool that took the world by storm....Endless hours of fun at TCC93, with amazing result in the end.

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