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David
8th Aug 2002, 04:59
have anyone entirely cleared all map of mission 20 without raising alarm?

look at mine proof.i raised alarm only for blowing up castle.
http://www.commandosthefortress.com/forums/attachment.php?s=&postid=34245

ragsy
9th Aug 2002, 06:34
That was a while ago for me but yes

The fact that you can shoot your way around the rifle range without setting off the alarm really helped.

If I hadn't stepped on my CD I would give it another go

Longshot
9th Aug 2002, 07:08
Originally posted by ragsy


If I hadn't stepped on my CD I would give it another go

Pick up another copy of the game. I'm sure you can get it for under $10.

Mike_B
9th Aug 2002, 11:41
Originally posted by ragsy
If I hadn't stepped on my CD I would give it another go

http://www.eidosinteractive.com/support/customer_service/warranty_replacement.html

David
9th Aug 2002, 19:42
i didnt shoot anyone except in that training field.but it also wasnt so neccesary.

Thorup
10th Aug 2002, 17:41
Well done David, I would never had had the patience to do it without raising alarm

David
10th Aug 2002, 22:19
thanks mate.i wanted to do it for so long.

ragsy
12th Aug 2002, 01:43
but I don't think I'll worry about shipping all the way to the states for a newbie (thanks for the link @m), I'll just wait for one to come up in a second hand store near here.
It'll wind up being much cheaper...

~edit~

Edited, it's for your own good

1shot1kill
12th Aug 2002, 02:51
They are selling BEL, BtCoD and MoC in 1 pack now for 20 euro's over here. (a euro is just a little less than a dollar) Don't let them rip you off by just selling you BEL for 10 or more. :)

Thorup
12th Aug 2002, 16:20
I don't think it necessary to say how much it is in dollars, 1shot, since there are few people from usa here.
and if u know how much a dollar is when u're not from usa, yuou probably know how much an euro is too.

1shot1kill
12th Aug 2002, 17:10
Well, if i am not mistaking he is either from the UK or Australia, where they do not use the euro much.

ragsy
13th Aug 2002, 07:02
Your right 1shot I've never seen a Euro, (didn't have them when I was living in Switzerland) and the AUD is always referenced against the USD before any other currency.

I can't see the point in buying BCOD AND MOC when I've already got 'em...

And don't worry @m I'm a legal player even if some of my friends aren't.....

My point is that it would be more expensive to get a replacement than to buy new and even cheaper to buy second hand..

But here is a question for the legal people.... and @m

If i have an original BEL disk with two rather large cracks in it rendering it unusable and I have a friend with an original unbroken one is it illegal to gain a copy from him?

iakovos
13th Aug 2002, 09:28
Originally posted by 1shot1kill
(a euro is just a little less than a dollar)

Exchange rates have been changed.
A euro is just a little more than a dollar now :D
1 euro = 1 dollar and 10 cents.

Iakovos:)

1shot1kill
13th Aug 2002, 10:36
Strange, this morning on cnn they said the euro was about 96 dollar cents.

Mike_B
13th Aug 2002, 15:32
Originally posted by ragsy
And don't worry @m I'm a legal player even if some of my friends aren't.....

My point is that it would be more expensive to get a replacement than to buy new and even cheaper to buy second hand..

But here is a question for the legal people.... and @m

If i have an original BEL disk with two rather large cracks in it rendering it unusable and I have a friend with an original unbroken one is it illegal to gain a copy from him?

I know your a legal player but someone who doesn't might ban you if they saw it.


I don't think it's legal, since your only allowed to make a copy for personal use, though you have the original copy of the game so I think it's ok.

ragsy
14th Aug 2002, 02:37
Originally posted by 1shot1kill
Strange, this morning on cnn they said the euro was about 96 dollar cents.

1shot is closer at the minute according to

http://www.currencycalculator.com/

1 Euro (EUR) = 0.98370 US Dollar (USD)
1 US Dollar = 1.01657 Euro

And this is the bit that sucks
1 Australian Dollar (AUD) = 0.53720 US Dollar (USD)

iakovos
14th Aug 2002, 10:55
That's because the american markets are hitting downstream due to the corruption scandals (Enron, US airways etc.).

Iakovos:)

1shot1kill
14th Aug 2002, 16:49
The Euro has not been worth more than the dollar yet.

iakovos
25th Aug 2002, 18:10
It did, when the american economic scandals broke out. Then the dollar took something back.

Iakovos:)

1shot1kill
25th Aug 2002, 23:02
Hmm, i see the news every day and they mention it every day and they have never mentioned it higher than 98.** dollar cent.

iakovos
26th Aug 2002, 20:51
That exchange rate was scarcely for 1 to 3 days max.

Iakovos:)