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Thelonious Dunc


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5th December, 2010 at 21:54:08 -

Someone get in touch with Rohan Hill! We'll compile a flash version for new generations to enjoy!




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7th December, 2010 at 07:40:30 -

Lol, Wanderer of Absu was what got me started with the idea that KNP games could do better. I used to make atrocious games back then, and WoA was the first thing I reverse engineered, thought me a lot of basic coding.

But I don't even want to look at it because it'll spoil my memories

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8th December, 2010 at 13:05:53 -

Sorry that Watkins doesn't work. I didn't check before uploading it. Well, at least you have the game now if a way to play old klik games becomes available in the future. I have a few click games so if you remember any there's a chance I might have it. Also, Jess Bowers made a torrent of old games available a while ago. Maybe we could get that going again if people are interested.

Thanks for the webarchive links K-JN. I posted some ages ago too:


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8th December, 2010 at 17:00:55 -

I don't understand why Watkins doesn't work for you. It works perfectly for me on Windows 7. Well, when I say perfectly, its windowed in a resolution of 320x200 with a huge black border filling the rest of the screen... wish I could get the full-screen to work

Don't forget you need the suitable CNCS.dll files to get this working


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