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I can wait ....
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Post by Goldrunner »

Here are another couple of examples from Guardians of the PaST. This time however the following shows mini biographys for a couple of well known publishers:
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Looking great :)
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Post by pop »

looks absolutely awesome,how long do we have to wait?
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Post by RetroGamerUK »

pop wrote:looks absolutely awesome,how long do we have to wait?
Well according to the site:
Which is in imperial time apparently, so in metric time thats about 20 centiyears...
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Post by guythp »

what year? WHAT YEAR?!
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Post by snaptari »

Sorry I picked an arbitrary date, it wont take that long
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Post by Dew-It »

Will you be able to download games and software and manuals and contribute Applications etc to the web site?
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Post by RetroGamerUK »

EEEEK! [smilie=greencolorz4_pdt_10.gif] the timer has gone....
Come back Guardians of the PaST timer - all is forgiven! Yellow_Colorz_PDT_03
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Timer is back there RG... your wishes must have been heard [smilie=greencolorz4_pdt_12.gif]

Just 300 days to go... Yellow_Colorz_PDT_04
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Another shot of Guardians of the Past in action. This time its the turn of the Guardian Jukebox which offers music and video of some the best ST games.

BTW, if like the look of Guardians and are interested in its preservation then please contact us. We are currently looking for people to fill certain areas, don't worry however, no real skills required just a good knowledge of ST games and/or a willingness to scan games packaging. If you are interested then please contact me personally using the PM system of this forum.

Also, please ignore the timer since it will not be that long before Guardians is launched :wink:
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Post by RetroGamerUK »

Looks great :)
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Post by SkylineDave »

wow looks jaw-dropping!! 8O
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Post by Stefan jL »

Having music and video playback is a great function :D

Is the musicplayer emulation using SNDH files or audio recordings(mp3) ?
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Post by Zorro 2 »

Very interesting (looks like great !)
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Post by caffeinekid »

Wow, that looks just jawdroppingly ace. Fantastic work guys.

I really can't wait for this site to go live. :)
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Post by Dew-It »

Hows it going with the Guardians of the past web site? Have'nt heard anything about in awhile.

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Post by caffeinekid »

Yep... please keep us posted, this was looking ace!
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