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Scoit TWG FIX +   [2006]

Scoit TWG FIX + Released by :
Kook Farts Inc.

Release Date :
28 August 2006

Type :
C64 Crack

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (7 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Crack .... Mr. Hanky of The Walker Group
Ripping .... Wanderer of Kook Farts Inc.

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/29522/SCOITWDR.zip (downloads: 742)

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User Comment
Submitted by The Ignorance on 1 September 2006
Ah, yeah.

ACTIVE re-cracking and spamming is cool in 2006, the definition of ACTIVE nowaday is really cool. Releasing any shit is ACTIVE and so it´s nice, too. In the real scene days we invented LAMER GROUPS for this, but nowadays....
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Submitted by TWR on 1 September 2006
Submitted by The Phantom on 2 September 2006
Maybe i'm a little late with all this, but WTF is the problem with WDR?! I don't mean this in a bad way, but why do the inactives always pummel the active?! I know i'm missing something, have to be. So please, explain...

Wise words, finally.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 1 September 2006
Maybe i'm a little late with all this, but WTF is the problem with WDR?! I don't mean this in a bad way, but why do the inactives always pummel the active?! I know i'm missing something, have to be. So please, explain...
User Comment
Submitted by -$iXX!- on 31 August 2006
The great Satan of Evil did it again! What a great release. Hail Satan!
User Comment
Submitted by Yoko Tv Inc. on 29 August 2006
Isnt he nice our little canadian weirdo ?
you gotta love him ...
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 29 August 2006
Showing your skill and releasing is good, this is a sort of competition that brings productions and I like it. The main problem for me about the WDR rels is that he doesn't test'em deeply before the official release. If he enhance cracks done by others it's not a problem at my eyes IF he gives proper credits, and at least I prefer TWG or WDR stuff 1000 times than another "kind" of stuff that lately came out.
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
Sorry, but we re-released only NO LIMIT from CHROMANCE and removed 4 bugs while WDR still has 3 left. We only wanted to show OUR skills to WDR. All others we did from own originals. And the most games of ours are firstreleases. So, please don´t compare us with WDR... Ofcourse many of the games are not that good, but there are some people who want a complete collection .
User Comment
Submitted by The Overkiller on 28 August 2006
To be sincere, lately these WDR or TWG releases are a total mess, there are too much versione and re-re-releasing of the same titles that often I don't understand which version is working and which not to keep the good one in my collection. Uffffff !!!!!!!!!!!
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
Ignorance, your try is useless. He would even piss on you. The addition was only to prevent all the comments because ADOLF WDR removed them over and over again. We are FREE and we STAY FREE! And to the rule of adding a release not owned. We still own it as YOU RE-CRACKED or -PACKED OUR RELEASE! And there was never a rule a release has to work with cartridge and so our first must be fine as you stated on yours it´s ok if LINE 1000- is corrupt. And btw. there is no rule for trainers aswell.
But nevertheless TWG V1 and YOURS are corrupt...

The OLD Comments are preserved in GOOFS!
User Comment
Submitted by The Ignorance on 28 August 2006
As far as I understand, you WDR, told here you don´t care about what real sceners think? Is it right you told us now re-cracking and NOT writing in proper credits and removing their intros IS OK for you and you WON`T change your mind ?
I´m not very happy with some personal quarrels, but as far I know you
started spamming me and others only because I or they wrote my/their personal opinion(s). I will talk and write my free mind as it is my right.
And YOU will never change it. Until now I only wrote 1 critic about not crediting the initial crackers , that´s all. For you this is enough to spam and do other things? I´m not involved in your war with JAZZCAT or others.
I got now my OWN OPINION! Credit the REAL CRACKERS (as you never will crack anything than a nut!) and even if there was nothing to crack as it is the
good and respected way of doing it. You even started quarrels with people telling you bugs in your versions on gb64 and on lemon64. Very nice behaviour, indeed. Now I am waiting for my next spams.
And I wrote in good manners, SO BEHAVE YOURSELF!
User Comment
Submitted by stash on 28 August 2006
wdr is a lamer
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 28 August 2006
Nice. It shows further evidence of "recracking". Why won't WDR just give credit to the people who's cracks/releases he is modifying? So strange he acts in this manner when he has been around for so long now.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 28 August 2006
to preserve future comment and to protect the innocent (and since he is already spamming me anyway) i readded this one (again, sigh)
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