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Read It!   [1999]

Read It! Released by :

Release Date :
March 1999

Type :
C64 Misc.

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
No credits found

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/11877/Intel_Outside_02.zip (downloads: 229)

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User Comment
Submitted by Count Zero on 1 February 2010
And interestingly we disagree here :)
I don't care at all if the spread disk was ripped apart or not as long as the release is complete and working.
C'mon - swappers are belonging to the dumber brew - still you like to get the disk contents dictated by them? :)
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Submitted by Groepaz on 29 January 2010
hell no, different games should get different entries ofcourse - i was just referring to the badass habit of "cleaning" disk images from stuff that doesnt "belong" there. i'd like to see the images as they were. totally unrelated to wether notefiles are releases :)
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Submitted by Moloch on 29 January 2010
Now we're saying put two different releases from two different groups in one entry?!

According to what I've read here, I can make an entry for "Badass Game" include "Shitass Game" on the same image and add "w/other game" in the title and it's good.

WTF is going on?!

(whether or not a notefile is a release, I'm not arguing that)
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Submitted by Groepaz on 29 January 2010
i totally agree with phantom too - and i absolutely *hate* when people rip apart spread disks before uploading. pentacle giana sisters and to be on top cracks DO belong on the same disk.damnit. =)
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Submitted by bugjam on 28 January 2010
Sorry Phantom, my comment was actually meant as a reply to the ones before yours. I actually do deem your suggestion a good thought!
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Submitted by The Phantom on 28 January 2010
It's not a bother to me at all. I simply thought it was a dupe file.. If it's not, leave it up. I don't care either way since I'm not the one hosting or storing any of the files here.
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Submitted by bugjam on 28 January 2010
Why, ok, go ahead and delete it - sorry that I bothered; if it is considered a waste of time, so be it.
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Submitted by The Phantom on 28 January 2010
I would say this. If the file you have has the notefile, and the original release doesn't, can this release be added to the original's listings of downloads with perhaps a slight name change (say... w/notefile)?
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Submitted by Groepaz on 28 January 2010
bugjam: the general idea IS "no" for notefiles. if they are somehow valueable or interesting, then add them if you must. but for the vast majority of them, that is simply not the case.
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Submitted by Moloch on 28 January 2010
haha ... exactly the reason things are always shit, nobody can agree ;)
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Submitted by Count Zero on 27 January 2010
Intelligent people... well, no - wrong aproach obviously.

Really - is this worth more than a comment or trivia line on the actual disk upload???

There are TONS of things here to improve, real releases which could use some attention, screenshots and maintenance - why even waste time on files some swapper added?

A release is worth a complete .d64 - period. Whenever it's just artillery duel at 50 blocks - thats definately worth it.

Would you copy this off and sort it somewhere seperately?
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Submitted by bugjam on 27 January 2010
Yes, there has been lots of crap released over the years - what´s the problem? This is not the first contact note being added to the db. If YOU don´t consider it a release, then delete it - but I see it differently (otherwise I wouldn´t have added it). If we don´t want contact notes in here, good, let´s state it as a rule (if a majority agrees), so everybody knows. And ok, I am asking too much here, but I would really appreciate if not everything that is disagreed upon leads to insults of some sort. *sigh*
User Comment
Submitted by Danzig on 27 January 2010
@c0: I wish I could ;)
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Submitted by Count Zero on 27 January 2010
*bang head against monitor*

Which part exactly here is worth crediting? Loading the notemaker? The silence code for $d418 on the music area? The whining english text?

Counting this as a "release" is humiliation towards any true scener.

Edit: *Faggots* - go ahead and make csdb the junkpile you want it - but sometime soon someone will erranously pass me delete permission.

User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 27 January 2010
It *is* the same file, as I just copy-pasted the dl link. So no space wasted . ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 27 January 2010
Same or similar disk image, but clearly two different releases. Intel Outside 2 by Sanity and Read It! by Banshee, hence two entries in the database.

User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 27 January 2010
The only difference between your file, and the one I mentioned earlier is your file is a .d64, while the other is zip-code (!1,!2, etc). Otherwise, the contents on the disk are exactly the same. I can't say the text is the same in the magazine because I'm not good with german language.
User Comment
Submitted by bugjam on 27 January 2010
The download is the same, because the file apparently got spread together with the mag. But I think that doesn´t prevent it from being counted as a seperate release.
User Comment
Submitted by The Phantom on 26 January 2010
Same as: Intel Outside #2
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