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nim



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19th December, 2011 at 11:41:34 -

Hey Cald! Here's Slimeball: http://bit.ly/rCehh7

 
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Cald



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19th December, 2011 at 17:09:49 -

Holy shit! Thank you! I'm at work right now so I can't really do anything with it, but I was able to open the zip and confirm that it's definitely it! Nim is the best!

 
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19th December, 2011 at 19:13:08 -

Oldy here, I first saw klik & play demo bundled with sim city 2000 at a friends house and wished I had a computer of my own to get it. A year or two later I finally got one and saved up right away to get klik & play from europress. I was about 16 then, I'll be 30 next month. I remember being blown away by Future Fantasy and having fun with QWERTY. I released RoDney but it was never very popular, nor was I.

I also remember the klik and play message board on AOL, Silkys etc. Those were the days.

 
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20th December, 2011 at 08:01:01 -

I regret not joining TDC earlier, I've always been lurking around but i was lazy to register back then, I didnt know the values of being an oldie ;_________;

 
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nim



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21st December, 2011 at 22:19:42 -

Haha, no problem. Hope it's as good as you remember it! Actually does anyone have a folder full of those old 2-bit (Gamebot-style) games b any chance? I only kept a few - Slimeball, Rex (Nash's game) and Mark Pay's Bubble Rubble Wubble Bounce or whatever it was called.

 
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nim



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21st December, 2011 at 22:21:04 -


Originally Posted by Marcello64
Oldy here, I first saw klik & play demo bundled with sim city 2000 at a friends house and wished I had a computer of my own to get it. A year or two later I finally got one and saved up right away to get klik & play from europress. I was about 16 then, I'll be 30 next month. I remember being blown away by Future Fantasy and having fun with QWERTY. I released RoDney but it was never very popular, nor was I.

I also remember the klik and play message board on AOL, Silkys etc. Those were the days.



Rodney was the first klik game I played and I thought it was awesome!

 
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Cald



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22nd December, 2011 at 00:42:59 -


Originally Posted by nim
Haha, no problem. Hope it's as good as you remember it! Actually does anyone have a folder full of those old 2-bit (Gamebot-style) games b any chance? I only kept a few - Slimeball, Rex (Nash's game) and Mark Pay's Bubble Rubble Wubble Bounce or whatever it was called.



I'd love to see some of these old gems.

 
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nim



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22nd December, 2011 at 08:10:53 -

"Gamebot"??? I guess I was in a hurry. Just noticed. Anyway!

Rex: http://bit.ly/tu8mV1 (Nash)
Ultimate Rubble Bounce Escape: http://bit.ly/rsAMvm (Mark Pay)

I also remember a shirt with "IT'S BONER TIME" written on it. Cald was that you?

 
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Cald



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22nd December, 2011 at 11:08:57 -


Originally Posted by nim

I also remember a shirt with "IT'S BONER TIME" written on it. Cald was that you?



Yup!

 
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Jeff



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7th February, 2012 at 18:14:06 -

I'm an oldie too!

I was never a big part of the community, just kind of always there. I started using Klik products about 12 years ago, so around the same time as you other old guys. Hence my nickname, KNPdude.

Great to see some of the old guys still around. Personally I am going to stick around now because after doing some personality tests, it looks like I'm very well suited for doing creative work like making video games so I'm going to stick to it. Considering an exporter for Android devices is coming I am definitely waiting around for that (extra residual income, anyone?)! Of course I still can't kick my copy of Klik & Play - I never use it but it's fun to open once in a while for nostalgic purposes. Ahh gotta love the feel of those old Klik games..



 
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8th February, 2012 at 03:21:13 -

I've been knocking around since 2001 although I didn't officially create my account untill late 2002. I remember buying a copy of the original games Factory in a shop called Electronic Boutique which is now part of the Game group.

TGF came in what I can only describe as a board game like box with a huge manual, I'd also just purchased my first computer at the time with my parents so I figured I'd use the rest of my birthday & Christmas money to buy a copy of Theme Park, Command & Conquer Red Alert, Championship Manager & Dungeon keeper from the store also. (I remember being so excited ). So anyway being new to computers I had no idea what I was doing with the Games Factory and contacted Click team direct for extra support. I was emailed back by Jeff who advised me to visit a little site called the Daily Click where I could find a whole community of click builders. Although Its only been recent years where I've become more active.

Interestingly enough I'd never heard of Klick & Play until Jess Bowers mentioned it in Klikcast episode once

I guess I'm not old school but I've been around for a decade.


Wow the last 10 years have gone so quick!




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Va1entine



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8th February, 2012 at 03:34:06 -

I'm gonna try and get more involved with the site & community this year. I'd also like to finish my first full game which is now getting pretty close to completion.

 
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