LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

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LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby addicted2mame » Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:04 am

Hi,

found above mentioned menu in my box

It contains 7 games:
- Pac Mania
- Solomons Key
- IK+
- Pepsi Challenge
- Harrier Street Msn.
- Metro Cross
- Hellfire

Couldn´t find it in Steem Database or in TOSEC Dats.

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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby daeghnao » Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:32 am

This is my all-time favourite compact menu ever due to having a significant number of easily-accessible, solid little games. I already have several copies, but if you haven't tried Pac Mania, Solomon's Key, IK+ or Metro Cross, I do recommend this one.

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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby addicted2mame » Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:34 am

"I already have several copies" means you already got this disc or you already had these games on other menues?
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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby spiny » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:59 pm

the LSD/Was not Was menus are generally known as automation menus, I guess thats why you didn't find it on a list :)

1-50 were LSD menus, then the name changed to Automation

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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby MiggyMog » Thu Jul 22, 2010 8:20 pm

This is my all-time favourite compact menu ever due to having a significant number of easily-accessible, solid little games. I already have several copies, but if you haven't tried Pac Mania, Solomon's Key, IK+ or Metro Cross, I do recommend this one.


One of mine too, but Just because IK+ & Pacmania were on it though! I had a version of it which didn't have all the games as it had files dragged over to a single sided disk & i had a copy of that mucked up copy. I think I replaced one of the other menu options with rick dangerous(BIRDY crack) so I had three cracking games on one disk. I should probably check out the proper version :-)
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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby daeghnao » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:06 am

addicted2mame wrote:"I already have several copies" means you already got this disc or you already had these games on other menues?


A couple of actual disks with this menu on, plus an image file in at least 2 collections, probably more.

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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby Dal » Fri Sep 24, 2010 8:37 am

daeghnao wrote:This is my all-time favourite compact menu ever due to having a significant number of easily-accessible, solid little games. I already have several copies, but if you haven't tried Pac Mania, Solomon's Key, IK+ or Metro Cross, I do recommend this one.


Was my favourite also... Good times.
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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby Tronic » Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:04 pm

Have all the LSD menus now been found and in-tact with no errors?

I've just picked up a massive haul of Atari ST disks and there are all the LSD menus there, amongst others, for example some early BBC Sample Demos......?! Never saw these.......

Look forward to response on this.
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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby Marcer » Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:58 pm

The BBC stuff is very intressting

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Re: LSD & WAS NOT WAS Menu 25

Postby Axnfell » Sat Aug 04, 2018 12:23 am

I have the complete set of 'Was Not Was' disks that I found in the attic a week back which I would not mind uploading if anyone would find it of use, its an awful lot of disks though, I no longer have an Atari and the person that made this disks I have lost contact with a very long time back, though I do have an old PC that still has a floppy drive if someone can point me in the right direction of how to image ST disks on a PC, I have been looking on flEBAY for an ST thinking that it would be nice to play with one again but they do seem to be going for ridiculous money of late so that may have to wait..

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