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Black Floyd   [1984]

Black Floyd Released by :

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C64 Tool

Onefiled Pink Floyd

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

Credits :
Linking .... PMK of Ace Crackings, Danish Crackers

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/39142/black_floyd.prg (downloads: 350)

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User Comment
Submitted by PMK on 21 March 2009
Back when I started cracking C64 games (82-83), the Intros was not "Invented", so we just added cracktext to the 1st line of the prg. Later on we saw the 1st intro (The GCS intro with the german flag), and found it cool, so we started adding our intro to cracks too at that time.
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 4 April 2007
The sys line says "1984 PACKED BY PMK". It seems manually constructed so I believe the year here.
This provides an interesting clue to when pink floyd originates.
User Comment
Submitted by wreg on 3 April 2007
@tlr: thanks :)
@rest: pls delete this if you dislike it :)
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 3 April 2007
Yes, it is obviously a disk turbo.
It looks and behaves exactly like the old "pink floyd" turbo, only packed.
EDIT: here it is Pink Floyd
User Comment
Submitted by wreg on 3 April 2007
wtf is this? some kind of turbo?
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