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Snooker Score Board   [2008]

Snooker Score Board Released by :
Cracker Force Nijmegen

Release Date :
4 September 2008

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (5 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... LKP of Cracker Force Nijmegen

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/64832/snooker score boardv2.d64 (downloads: 440)

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User Comment
Submitted by d0c on 6 September 2008
where is crypt when you need them?
User Comment
Submitted by Twoflower on 5 September 2008
This goes straight up to the second place of my "most bizarre concept of C-64 tool ever"-list. The top spot is still held by F1-Minibase. Keep'em coming, good folks, keep'em coming!
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 5 September 2008
This calls for a 101% version!
User Comment
Submitted by AuMTRoN on 5 September 2008
I hope f3, f5 and f7 give foul score of 5, 6, 7 points. I am simply not content with 4 points for my opponents foul on the black. Game is abandoned. Violence ensues.

EDIT: Do you actually know the rules of snooker? :D
User Comment
Submitted by jailbird on 5 September 2008
Quoting Mermaid
Skate: Was this actually made by a scener? Or does one automagically become a scener once one releases a...non scene related...product?

Outrage! How is this a non scene related product?!? I just turned on my C64 and played snooker with a help of this amazing program. Thus, that makes it scene related. Now go back and pixel, you woman!
User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 5 September 2008
Skate: It was a simple and valid question, I thought? And you did comment before you saw his 2nd release!
User Comment
Submitted by Kater on 5 September 2008
:-) But you have forgotten Laxity and mighty Hitmen! :P
User Comment
Submitted by TWR on 5 September 2008
This probably needs an onslaught/hokuto force/nostalgia intro slapped onto it to be scene-related these days...
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 5 September 2008
@mermaid: Is this how we welcome people to our scene? I wouldn't make a comment until I see his second release.
User Comment
Submitted by Mermaid on 4 September 2008
Skate: Was this actually made by a scener? Or does one automagically become a scener once one releases a...non scene related...product?
User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 4 September 2008
Why no credits?
User Comment
Submitted by Paul Bearer on 4 September 2008
@Stainless Steel: You're right, that's what we need.

Well, you could always take a DS/GP2x/whatever with C64 Emulation with you when playing snooker...
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 4 September 2008
@Scout: maybe this is not scene releated but games are not (or were not) scene releated either, right? I'm talking about game development not cracks. nobody complains when a scener releases a game. why do you complain for a tool?
User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 3 September 2008
Funny idea. Will have to start taking my c64 to the pub now :P.
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless Steel on 3 September 2008
Can someone slap a intro on this and train it properly, please.
User Comment
Submitted by Scout on 3 September 2008
Can somebody explain to me why this is scene-related?
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 3 September 2008
interesting tool. since I don't have a snooker table at home or a commodore 64 at public places where I can play snooker, it's kinda useless for me but I liked it.
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