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#71
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2010/3/31 19:00
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/1/17
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editing has been disabled in this thread? interesting.
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#72
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2010/3/31 19:12
Nintendoid!
Joined 2006/11/16
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Quote:

jojobean wrote:
editing has been disabled in this thread? interesting.


Editing is disabled after 30 mins from the initial post, don't jump to conclusions here.

cYa,

Tauwasser
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#73
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2010/3/31 19:40
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/1/17
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news to me. thanks for the heads up.
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#74
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2010/3/31 20:53
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Joined 2000/1/8
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That's so typical that you always jump to the first conclusion and make it a conspiratorial fact for yourself.

Editing is not possible in general after a certain amount of time, that has been changed a while ago. It has nothing to do with this thread, which BTW would have already been closed, deleted, whatever for a long time if I really where the control freak you think I am.

Maybe you should think again about your "facts".
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#75
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2010/3/31 21:28
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/1/17
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i think you've also been guilty of jumping to conclusions. i didn't realize there was a time limit on the edits. i'll admit my fault.
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#76
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2010/4/1 1:17
Nintendoid!
Joined 2004/5/28
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@jojobean
do you still try to sell this BH rom?
if yes, thats not okay. i mean in a (hopefully) short time everybody can enjoy the full working game for free. to sell a broken version now makes no sense and i suggest everybody to wait.

about raising money for faceball and dragon hopper.
that is something really good. i would love to see and play both, i also dream about Zero Racer. But there should be another way than selling broken games.
I am sure if you ask for donation and if you can prove you have a trusted lead to the games it should be not too hard to raise the money to buy it. i would donate!

about the broken BH Rom. let us burry that rom and wait for the real deal. soon the last bug will be fixed, iam sure.
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#77
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2011/12/30 14:50
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This old thread gives me even more hope that Faceball, Zero Racers, or Dragon Hopper could be released someday.

Jojobean, if you ever happen to come across these games, or already have, I would highly recommend taking the Fundraiser route that has already been suggested on this site. Doing things secretly only runs the risk of the games being leaked and you losing a lot of money that was necessary to acquire the games in the first place.

I am definitely willing to contribute a lot towards the release of any of the aforementioned games, and I'm sure that others on Planet Virtual boy would be too (except maybe for any who already secretly have any of said games and have been told to keep quiet about them. Such people probably won't be seen contributing to a fundraiser for the release of the respective ROMs.)

Of course, the above statement applies to any prototype owner of the aforementioned games. In my opinion, if one has a prototype, having the ROM released does not reduce the value of the prototype at all, assuming it is, indeed, an original prototype. You still have a one of a kind item that cannot be duplicated, though the game contained on it can. If I paid thousands of dollars to acquire a prototype and knew that I could get a fundraiser to reimburse me for all of my expenses on the purchase of the prototype so that others could play the game and I could still keep my rare, one-of-a-kind item, I would certainly jump on that opportunity in a heartbeat.
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#78
Re: Bound High ROM - buggy, can anyone help?
Posted on: 2018/5/23 9:51
PVB Elite
Joined 2011/3/10
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On this night I found my way here as well, Ben. It all started from the Bound High! proto-cart thread. I was interested in the history a bit. Maybe where it's been or who knows something more about it.

After reading this thread, researching a few spin-offs, checking quick release dates of the FB and FB+ (got curious about the hype of the a BH! ROM), and then thinking on it all for a bit, I've come to some amazing conclusions as well.

I would love to play a new VB game myself!

Wait... one more - !
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