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GOTW #107 - Robotron Blitz
News posted 23rd October, 2004 by The Chris Street  
This weeks winner of GOTW goes to Robotron Blitz! Congrats to Jerry, who created this rather hard clone of that old classic.

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This weeks entrants - Blobfort, Submarine Shoot, Something Black, Scurvy Sanchez, and Maze Creator 4. The last one is there because it's very innovative - even though it's a third sequel ;) Choose your vote well.

Eventful Moments Of This Past Week:

  • Cactus Bruce and the Corporate Monkeys. I've seen this game advertised everywhere this past week, be it at or mentioned on the teletext pages of GameCentral in the UK. Could Steve, the game's creator, be the ultimate hype machine? ;)
  • My hard-drive decided to breathe its last on Friday - meaning I've lost a lot of work... my games, music - everything. Oh, happy times. It also explains my absence over the last couple of days
  • Assault Andy becoming the latest admin at TDC. Hope you'll welcome him and treat him with respect. Because he ain't a man to mess with...

  • Posted by Knudde (Shab) 23rd October, 2004

    Did you lose MSD2 circ?
    Posted by The Chris Street 23rd October, 2004

    I lost about a quarter of it :(
    Posted by Knudde (Shab) 23rd October, 2004

    ouch, feel your loss man.
    Posted by Assault Andy 23rd October, 2004

    Sorry to hear about your computer!
    Posted by Rick (AntiMatter Entertainment) 23rd October, 2004

    Rest In Peace, hard-drive. May your contents be protected from maggots.
    Posted by Muggus 24th October, 2004

    Shit eh. Gotta hate when that happens. Happened to me a few years ago, lost most of the games I ever made. Sad days.
    Posted by ChrisB 24th October, 2004

    Use a RAID array and never suffer again
    Posted by The Chris Street 24th October, 2004

    Its ironic, cos I was actually going to back everything up on Friday. But it blew before I had the chance... Oh well. At least I'm alive, eh.
    Posted by Radix 24th October, 2004

    It's a demo, or at least that's the impression one gets from nastyman's comments.
    Posted by Zimtower 26th October, 2004

    lol, taking apart harddrives are fun, if you find magnets in it, the are strong as hell.


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