Wild! Menu Disks

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Wild! Menu Disks

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Hi

Has anyone got any old menus from Wild! (AKA 'The Wild! Boys') available I can access?

Thanks

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I have:

TWB Digi:

1
2
4
5
6
7

TWB Games:

15
30
31
32 A + B
33 A + B
36 A + C (no B )
46

TWB Brain games

1

but they are on my home machine, will upload them in a few hours :)
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Here's some of them .. Spiny can gap fill the others when he gets back.

http://rapidshare.com/files/267369606/W ... s.rar.html

It's an 8Mb file and contains:

Menus 4, 15, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, & 46 (some are double-disks) and Brain Games #1


(as with most Rapidshare stuff - after 10 downloads, it's gone, so be quick!) :)
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As far as I remember Wild! and The Wild Boys weren't the same groups.
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Lotek: Wild! and The Wild! Boys (don't forget the exclamation point) were definitively the same group.
Look at the nicknames of the members on Menu #15 and Menu #30.
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We should ask Powerman/TWB about this... he's on this forum.
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This is definitively a different group. The Wild! Boys wasn't The Wild Boys.
According to various listing, The Wild! Boys renamed into The Wild! between menus 28 & 29... Probably to avoid confusion with The Wild Boys (the crew with Powerman who made demos). Similar case happened with Supremacy / Supremacy of Omni.

Members were:
- Spike (main coder, packer & cracker)
- Rastan (gfx)
- Jazz (gfx)
- Gorby
- Snaz
- Raw Data
- Panfa
- Vampire
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Yeah I was right :P nananananaaaa :P
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lotek_style wrote:Yeah I was right :P nananananaaaa :P
I never you were wrong, did I?
In my previous post (the one written in July) I was speaking about The Wild! Boys, not The Wild Boys ;)
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... but I was :)

well anyway... can you send me their intros? :)
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Don't have so many, but yes, of course, I will send them.
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Thanks... but again... Spiny mentioned TWB Digi (and that was definitely the Digi Synth Demos by the Wild Boys from Powerman)... that was the only reason why I posted that it's different groups.
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yes, I understood that later... after re-reading the full post ;)
intros are ready, will them to yo by email (unless someone want them, which i really doubt).
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