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16th December, 2003 at 04:21:12 -

Rofl
Fire....shut up, before i tell everyone what i walked in on.

 
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16th December, 2003 at 08:41:01 -

Back on topic.

I am aware of some of the reasons why CT changed distributors (companies down-scaling, pretty much).

Still, I want more information about foreign (read: not in England) releases of the Klik products.

 
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16th December, 2003 at 17:46:50 -

I must congratulate Joshtek on beginning this valient cause. Personally I am thrilled, most at his maturity, while my counterparts and I were being foolish he went against the grain and got us back on topic. I am proud of Joshtek both as an admin, and a dear friend.

 
Show me the power child,
I'd like to say,
That I'm down on my knees today,
Gives me the butterflies,
Gives me away,
'Til I'm up on my feet again,
I'm feeling outshined.


"Outshined" - SoundGarden

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18th December, 2003 at 07:29:24 -

I'll post the latest version.

Although more tweaking still needs to be done, I hope the information is correct.

Despite the fact that each new product is based on its predecessor, most of the products have been assigned new names. This is partly due to new distributors not having the rights to use trade-marked names used by the previous distributors, and partly due to the distributors deciding on new names to target different markets. The products in the Click range are listed below; inside the brackets are the approximate years of release, publishers, and other relevant information. The list is as follows: Klik & Play (1994: Maxis in the US, Europress in Europe, and Ubisoft in France – 1996: Portuguese edition distributed by MSD Multimídia in Brazil, this edition was released with a VHS tape of a soccer class); Click & Create (1996-1998: Corel); The Games Factory (1996: Europress in Europe, Australia, and China – 1998: Europress Brasil in Brazil - 2002: Xplosiv unboxed. TGF is a cut-down version of Click & Create); MultiMedia Fusion 1.0 (1998: IMSI in various countries. Although not generally sold in Brazil, a free copy of this product was made available on a cover-CD which was attached to the 21st issue of a Brazilian magazine called PC Master in 2001); MultiMedia Fusion Express (1999: IMSI, re-release o Click & Create); MultiMedia Fusion 1.2 (2000: IMSI/Clickteam, only available from internet shop); The Games Factory Pro (2000: re-release of The Games Factory with a different distribution agreement); MultiMedia Fusion 1.5 (2001: IMSI/Clickteam, only available from internet shop); and MultiMedia Fusion Pro (2002: IMSI/Clickteam, only available from internet shop).


In 2000, Clickteam had enough loyal “Clickers” to create an internet-based shop and be their own distributor. They previously required other companies’ relationships with the high street stores to sell their creations. Clickteam bought the rights for the name of their latest creation from IMSI, which enabled them to continue selling new products in the Click range using the MultiMedia Fusion name. In fact, they have already sold two new editions of the MultiMedia Fusion product themselves. According to their web-forum they are planning to stay with the MultiMedia Fusion title for many years to come. Interestingly, the first few hundred copies of Click & Create were sold as “Klik and Create” by Europress. Furthermore, the unreleased versions of MultiMedia Fusion were titled “Click and Create 2”, which may have been the name given to the product as part of a mass-transfer of distribution rights, this transfer resulted in IMSI gaining rights to many Corel products. Similarly, The Games Factory was originally going to be released as “Klik & Play 2”. The distributors of these products had the final say in the naming processes, and decided on the new titles for various reasons.

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23rd December, 2003 at 09:12:30 -

Damn, that is one boring history thing. Where'd you get your sources?

Personally, I was thinking of writing a short story a few pages long the other day about how my humble beginnings into the Click Community. Then I realised that I should make my site first.

 
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23rd December, 2003 at 13:21:02 -

Hey guys, where do you get those ashman pictures?

 

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23rd December, 2003 at 13:26:10 -

I'm guessing at www.ashmansporn.com or something...

 
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23rd December, 2003 at 13:28:51 -

FOR CHRIST'S SAKE ASHMAN SHUT THE FUCK UP!!!!!
Why does everything have to turn into a lewd unfunny comment about yourself?

Pillock.

 
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23rd December, 2003 at 21:03:39 -

About time someone had the guts to say that...

 
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27th December, 2003 at 17:48:24 -

My sources are: my memory and the Clickteam forum

 
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27th December, 2003 at 18:46:57 -

Noodle has a point Ashman my endowed fellow.

 
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27th December, 2003 at 21:28:56 -

Guys, don't be scared of Ashman, he's a weak little poonce.

 
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28th December, 2003 at 00:56:24 -

Na we're not fags, he starts us first. So we hit him back. He's the fag.

 
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Ashman

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28th December, 2003 at 01:41:59 -

Actually, my crap is designed to weed out the 'fags' as you discriminating pricks call it.

Oh and sorry, Noodle Dick if my 'lewd' comments ruined your performance in the church choir last Sunday.

 
Show me the power child,
I'd like to say,
That I'm down on my knees today,
Gives me the butterflies,
Gives me away,
'Til I'm up on my feet again,
I'm feeling outshined.


"Outshined" - SoundGarden
   

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