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Discussion in 'Games' started by bense27, Mar 5, 2006.
Does anybody know where I can get the full version? Free?
I found a bunch for windows, but no mac
If you're asking for pirated software, the answer is that we do not discuss that here.
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Buy it for $16 here
worth the buy in my opinion. I have played many a hours a pocket tanks.
Sent you a PM (not related to this topic game/pirating it).
flippin' sick game.
I haven't played it in a while. Perhaps I should track down the demo somewhere again...
OMG, I just downloaded this game for the first time ever...and...it's JUST like Canon Battle for like System 7! I used to play that game all the time, this is like the extreme version. Anyone know what I'm talking about?
anyone got a link for the demo???
That was fun!
Unfortunately its a weak version of a game I played oh-so many years ago. About 96-97 I think. Same kind of thing only players were situated on mini planets, with gravity and that. It was amazing. Infact they stole a few weapons from that game. Pinapple and Jackhammer are ripped. But ho hum. I'll probably never remember the name of that game, RIP, whatever you were.
Best verion of that game was called dome wars
I do recall a game called Scorched Tanks on the Amiga...
I have the shareware version 1.50 for MS-DOS.
It is the mother of all games.
oh my bad. I wasn't aware of those rules.
anyway, it is a sweet game. I am not sure if i want to spend 16 bucks though.
At the link posted earlier by ChrisFromCanada of where to buy the delux version of the game you can also download a shareware version there.
on that site, I found a download for DX Ball, it says it is for mac and i downloaded it and it is a .sit file. what do i open this with?
You can use the free StuffIt Expander to open .sit files.
Yes!! I too had it for DOS (but it was actually called Scorched Earth). Still, an all-time classic.
Yep - it was scorched earth - I remember driving around for about s week looking for "PC Gamer" magazine because it came with a floppy disk with that game on it.
oh ok cool! Thanks!
for some reason that could still not open the file....????
Yes I do know that game.
I have been trying to remember that lately...
I just found my floppy with it on there...too bad all my classic macs are loooooong gone...
Uhh...I'd like to emulate like Windows 95 to play Scorched Earth. Any idea how to do that without breaking the bank on my Mac. In fact there are several Pentium 100 Mhz era games I'd like to relive too.
Yes, I have a copy of Windows 95 laying around. Kekeke...
Actually, no matter what I said about it before I did find myself playing it during lectures today if this thing supported Bonjour then I'd cry.