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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: 743)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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Goof Info
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
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Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
haha. first tell us the source of your release! where did you got the original from?
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Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
LOL poor Terrance has been at it for an hour now, frantically scurrying back and forth cutting and pasting.

I still have yet to hear about why such an obvious bugged version was put out especially when TWG knew about it beforehand :)

Oh well... continue to flood the comments, KFI won this round.

Canadian quality #1
User Comment
Submitted by cba on 28 August 2006
The Comments are a part of CSDB, just ignore them or as I've said, start your own website.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 28 August 2006
i thought your way with dealing with that is subscribing ppl to random mailinglists? *confused*
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
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Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
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Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
Chris (Digi Haze) is learning to code on the C64 and he fixed your buggy release. Understandably you're upset about this so

I'll let the mad quotations slide by. :) Anyway I gotta run to play 18 holes of golf and go out to supper.

you mean your alter ego!


p.s.
and why does chris learns to code but doesn't code anything?

User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
Chris (Digi Haze) is learning to code on the C64 and he fixed your buggy release. Understandably you're upset about this so

I'll let the mad quotations slide by. :) Anyway I gotta run to play 18 holes of golf and go out to supper.
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
and how did you do all this without ever checking a TWG release?

MAGIC MOVE? SUNSPOTS? EARTH RAYS?
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
silence?

where did you got the original from?
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Submitted by Tch on 28 August 2006
KINDERGARDEN II,watch it live on CSDb! ;P
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
for conservation purpose this craptalk was added to -> Scoit
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Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
TWG realizes they were beat by another group and the results aren't pretty :) It's all in fun for most of us but...

Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
WDR!

what i'm trying to tell is that you are a fucking email spammer, recracker, condom-sender, lunatic, forum post

changer/deleter

GO SODOMIZE YOURSELF!
User Comment
Submitted by Tch on 28 August 2006
The point is......................
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Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
WDR!

what i'm trying to tell is that you are a fucking email spammer, recracker, condom-sender, lunatic, forum post

changer/deleter

GO SODOMIZE YOURSELF!
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
I think what Terrance is trying to tell you is that:
- this is a 100% version
- they screwed up, clearly wiping out $0200-03ff which was a no-no
- they knew about this glitch ahead of time
- they want to protest that KFI did what they couldn't do. Fix a 100% version :)

While they call their version a "repack", clearly as all Action Replay users can attest to, they messed up.

Better luck next time.
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
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Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
When TWG released Scoit they advised you to disable your cart. A beginner should have been able to spot the problem which

was clearing out memory from $0200-$03ff.

KFI released a version that worked on all machines. There was a little garbage after line 1000 but it worked 100%.

We hope that in the future TWG will check their releases more thoroughly

User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
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Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
This version works 100% unlike the version from TWG. When you pressed space on their version they cleared out $0200-$03ff

which of course caused some carts to crash. They even told you ti disable your cart.

A beginner should have been able to fix this problem before it was released. KFI did it for you :)

Line 1000 in our version was a bit garbled but still worked fine. We hope TWG will get it right next time. For now, we will

let them protest our quality fix.

User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
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Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006

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Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
When TWG released Scoit they advised you to disable your cart. A beginner should have been able to spot the problem which

was clearing out memory from $0200-$03ff.

KFI released a version that worked on all machines. There was a little garbage after line 1000 but it worked 100%.

We hope that in the future TWG will check their releases more thoroughly.

delete the release again to delete the comments.


User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
When TWG released Scoit they advised you to disable your cart. A beginner should have been able to spot the problem which

was clearing out memory from $0200-$03ff.

KFI released a version that worked on all machines. There was a little garbage after line 1000 but it worked 100%.

We hope that in the future TWG will check their releases more thoroughly.


User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
BWAHAHAHA!

the intro does *NOTHING* to crash the game on carts. and your "RECRACK" was made from a fucked up version where the packer

bugged. now it´s even 2 blocks shorter. thanks for not crediting us!
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
Obviously TWG doesn't know what they are doing when they tell you to disable your cart and people tell them their version

crashes with AR6 (which it does). Their version cleared memory from $0200-$03ff which was not necessary and caused a crash.

There is a bit of garbage after the last line (1000) of BASIC however this does NOT cause any issues as line 1000 works.

Nor can you "RE-crack" what was never cracked any more than you can "RE-paint" what was never painted.

KFI's "fix" and trained was done free of charge as a public service to providing working versions.
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
I think what Terrance is trying to tell you is that:
- this is a 100% version
- they screwed up, clearly wiping out $0200-03ff which was a no-no
- they knew about this glitch ahead of time
- they want to protest that KFI did what they couldn't do. Fix a 100% version :)

While they call their version a "repack", clearly as all Action Replay users can attest to, they messed up.

Better luck next time.
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
When TWG released Scoit they advised you to disable your cart. A beginner should have been able to spot the problem which

was clearing out memory from $0200-$03ff.

KFI released a version that worked on all machines. There was a little garbage after line 1000 but it worked 100%.

We hope that in the future TWG will check their releases more thoroughly
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
This version works 100% unlike the version from TWG. When you pressed space on their version they cleared out $0200-$03ff

which of course caused some carts to crash. They even told you ti disable your cart.

A beginner should have been able to fix this problem before it was released. KFI did it for you :)

Line 1000 in our version was a bit garbled but still worked fine. We hope TWG will get it right next time. For now, we will

let them protest our quality fix.
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006

User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
When TWG released Scoit they advised you to disable your cart. A beginner should have been able to spot the problem which

was clearing out memory from $0200-$03ff.

KFI released a version that worked on all machines. There was a little garbage after line 1000 but it worked 100%.

We hope that in the future TWG will check their releases more thoroughly.

delete the release again to delete the comments.


User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
When TWG released Scoit they advised you to disable your cart. A beginner should have been able to spot the problem which

was clearing out memory from $0200-$03ff.

KFI released a version that worked on all machines. There was a little garbage after line 1000 but it worked 100%.

We hope that in the future TWG will check their releases more thoroughly.


User Comment
Submitted by terrance on 28 August 2006
BWAHAHAHA!

the intro does *NOTHING* to crash the game on carts. and your "RECRACK" was made from a fucked up version where the packer

bugged. now it´s even 2 blocks shorter. thanks for not crediting us!
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
Obviously TWG doesn't know what they are doing when they tell you to disable your cart and people tell them their version

crashes with AR6 (which it does). Their version cleared memory from $0200-$03ff which was not necessary and caused a crash.

There is a bit of garbage after the last line (1000) of BASIC however this does NOT cause any issues as line 1000 works.

Nor can you "RE-crack" what was never cracked any more than you can "RE-paint" what was never painted.

KFI's "fix" and trained was done free of charge as a public service to providing working versions.
User Comment
Submitted by Fungus on 28 August 2006
We can comment whatever we like, it is a public forum. If you don't like it, as CBA said, do not post!
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
Agreed. Until Perff implements his new idea for this, it's my way of dealing with excessive comment floods.
User Comment
Submitted by cba on 28 August 2006
It's getting a bit boring this, always deleting your own releases and re-adding them again, if you don't like comments, then just don't add releases here at CSDB and put them up on your own site !
User Comment
Submitted by WDR on 28 August 2006
This version works 100% unlike the version from TWG. When you pressed space on their version they cleared out $0200-$03ff which of course caused some carts to crash. They advised you to disable your cart.

A beginner should have been able to fix this problem before it was released. They are not happy about us having fixed their mistake but we think everyone deserves a working version, and that includes Action Replay users too.

Canadians fixing American workmanship. Oh the irony :) Thanks to Digi-haze for his fine work and he even threw in a trainer.
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