"Compromises are not always good things. If one guy wants to drill a five-inch hole in the bottom of your life boat, and the other person doesn't, a compromise of a two-inch hole is still stupid." - chegitz guevara
"Bill3000: The United Demesos? Boy, I was young and stupid back then.
Jasonian22: Bill, you are STILL young and stupid."
"is it normal to imaginne dartrh vader and myself in a tjhreee way with some hot chick? i'ts always been my fantasy" - Dis
Within weeks they'll be re-opening the shipyards
And notifying the next of kin
Tattila the Hun
jarimheiska@hotmail(insert appropriate dot here)com
I've allways wanted to play "Russ Meyer's Civilization"
Email: my name at apolyton dot net
Solver, WePlayCiv Co-Administrator
I can kill you whenever I please... but not today. - The Cigarette Smoking Man
email: dkogan (at) gmail dot com
email: mrboo001 at hotmail.com
Former President, Vice-president and Foreign Minister of the Apolyton Civ2-Democracy Games as 123john321
Amazing, the SL goes down and suddenly there's an upsurge in the petition! Maybe we should do this more often?
Skeptics should forego any thought of convincing the unconvinced that we hold the torch of truth illuminating the darkness. A more modest, realistic, and achievable goal is to encourage the idea that one may be mistaken. Doubt is humbling and constructive; it leads to rational thought in weighing alternatives and fully reexamining options, and it opens unlimited vistas.
Elie A. Shneour Skeptical Inquirer
Dr. A Cula, Solomwi, Carolus Rex, Eli, Bill 3000, Hueij, Tattila the Hun, Solver, Az, 123John321, John Miller, ElTigre....
You are all in! Thank you so much!
@CapTVK: Ummmmmmmmmmmmmm, no.
Last edited by Harry Tuttle; April 27, 2005 at 20:54.
I'm consitently stupid- Japher
I think that opinion in the United States is decidedly different from the rest of the world because we have a free press -- by free, I mean a virgorously presented right wing point of view on the air and available to all.- Ned
Theben, you're in
Paddy you are in
Have you seen:
That, presumably, includes Civ2. There are some contact e-mail addresses at the bottom of the article, but if they're going to start publishing Civ2 in July, I think it would be very surprising if they would be willing to release the source code.Separately, 2K Games had previously secured publishing and distribution rights to Sid Meier's Civilization back catalog of products and will begin publishing these titles as of July 1st.
Instructions for quick wash:
Tie clothes in bundle, drop in toilet and flush 5-times
then tie damp clothes around neck in capelike fashion
and run around block yelling "I am normal!" until clothes are air-dried.
Count me in!
Sharkfin101 at comcast dot net
Red meat isn't bad for you... fuzzy green meat is....
Originally posted by Peter Triggs
Have you seen:
That, presumably, includes Civ2. There are some contact e-mail addresses at the bottom of the article, but if they're going to start publishing Civ2 in July, I think it would be very surprising if they would be willing to release the source code.
Not necesarily... The game has built-in copy protection.. If we don't touch that, then I don't see how the project could harm them. On the contrary, it might attract new people who might buy the game to check out what is done with the source...
It all depends on the licence under which the code is released, I guess.
Indifference is Bliss
That's a very good point, N35t0r. It might be a good idea to emphasize to 2K that by releasing the Civ2 source code, they may actually increase their sales.
Shark Fin, you're in.
Thanks for the tips guys. I'm making a list.
I remember that I was surprised how old games such as Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and others were on emulator but could not be legally played OR BOUGHT on emulator. You needed to buy the console and the cassette... plastic.
Nintendo could have done something great by puting on computer and let the source code, no?
Then Nintendo reused all this... But Civ has Civ 1-2-3 and 4 coming. Does it make Civ2 not-to-be-used again? Anyone knows that? Because I think this is really what they might be looking at as the main point, legally or else.
536 as of today.
ColdWizard, Self Biased, you're in Thanks much guys.
frozzy @t eventis d0t ws
Kalius, Ari Rahikkala, you're in
replace the first one of the smilies with an at and the second one with a dot
ctplinuxfan inetmx de
ctplinuxfan, you're in
Trifna, you're in, do you have an email address I can put in?
Petition sent to Jesse Smith and Soren Johnson at Firaxis. 12:00 AM EST, June 2, 2005.