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my vote is to remove non agi games, and list only those we are going to support.
 
my vote is to remove non agi games, and list only those we are going to support.
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[[User:Stu|Stu]] 17:01, 29 January 2007 (UTC)
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:I inquired sev about this when I was first working on the page. He said that I should leave it the way it was with the non-agi games. -[[User:Clone2727|Clone2727]] 23:02, 29 January 2007 (UTC)
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== Defunt reference link ==
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The Sierra 8bit site that is referenced as a source for the list of games [http://sierra.8bit.co.uk/SVLIST091.TXT] is no longer available, and web archive does not seem to have it stored. Is there another source for this document? --[[User:Praetorian|Praetorian]] ([[User talk:Praetorian|talk]]) 09:47, 25 April 2020 (UTC)
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The 8bit site document was actually archived here:
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http://archive.is/GWTcG
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I think we should host these files ourselves, so that they can't get lost anymore.

Latest revision as of 09:59, 25 April 2020

do we really need the SCI game info in the list? Since we are really only dealing with AGI versions. I also dont think we need the Dynamix, Coktel Visions, GameArts, Accolade, Tsunami, etc in the list.

my vote is to remove non agi games, and list only those we are going to support.

Stu 17:01, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

I inquired sev about this when I was first working on the page. He said that I should leave it the way it was with the non-agi games. -Clone2727 23:02, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

Defunt reference link

The Sierra 8bit site that is referenced as a source for the list of games [1] is no longer available, and web archive does not seem to have it stored. Is there another source for this document? --Praetorian (talk) 09:47, 25 April 2020 (UTC)

The 8bit site document was actually archived here: http://archive.is/GWTcG I think we should host these files ourselves, so that they can't get lost anymore.