[Coco] Re: Re: running RSDOS games from hard drive?
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 19 11:52:06 EDT 2004
My Zenix is copy-protected. I purchased it when it was 1st released, way
back when. So is my Draconian disk, also purchased way back when. :-)
I would love to have a backup for my Zenix, if you could make a DSK ??
"Frederick D Provoncha" <elderpav at juno.com> wrote in
message news:20040918.235835.820.0.elderpav at juno.com...
> On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 19:37:08 -0400 "Charlie"
> <chazbeenhad at hotmail.com>
>> Fred, arent a couple of those games like Zenix and Draconian copy
>> I can't even make floppy copies of those.
>> I did find Draconian on the web as a backup, but not Zenix. Or
>> Crystal City
>> for that matter.
> Zenix is not copy-protected. I bought a licensed copy from Jim Davis a
> while back and made a backup copy for safekeeping that appears to be
> fully-functional. As for Draconian, I don't have an original. I
> downloaded the game from Curtis Boyle's website. Mike Hughey, creator of
> the game, has given permission to release the game to the public, as with
> all the games Curtis has posted for download on his site. So I don't know
> if the original distribution disks had copy-protection or not.
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