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Bubble Bomb
February 2nd 2004, 15:54 CET by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION


            
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  DKI-WAREZ                                                      

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                                   Bubble Bomb (c) Respawn Games

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   CD Count.......: 01 CDs                      Date...........: 01/31/2004
   Protection.....: None
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                        *** Release Information ***

    Game Notes:
    ~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is a shitty puzzle game.  We wouldn't normally resort to releasing
    garbage like this, but it's been a slow month and we need to release
    something.

    Features:
    ~~~~~~~~~
    * It's a clone puzzle game.
    * It's just like every other puzzle game you've ever played.
    * It has bubble bombs.
    * It's a puzzle game, like many others.

    Install Notes:
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    1) Unrar with WinRAR.
    2) Burn the .bin and .cue with Nero Burning Rom.
    3) Install the game.
    4) Copy over crack from DK-WAREZ dir on CD1 into your installdir
    5) And then play :)

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                         DKI-WAREZ Application Information
                        

    You think you can contribute to the scene too? You have one or more
    talents in:
    
    - suppliers who work for any software shops/stores like:
      Electronic Boutique, Babbages, GAME, HMV, Dixons, Virgin or
      any software place at all!
    
    - suppliers for new unreleased store/shop games that have access to a
      fast upload 300k+ internet connection.
          
    - network or security administrators on fast 10mb plus internet links,
      who have full control and responsibility over their fast links.
    
    - supplying new unreleased games (maybe you work at a game/util
      magazine, courier delivery firm, newspaper, game press/marketing
      company, distributor, publisher, duplicator, tv/radio show, shop,
      warehouse, design firm, language translation company, packing company
      store etc). No need for a fast internet connection for this =]
    
    - you are a coder who can code your own tools to automatically remove
      commercial iso protections like the latest versions of any of the
      following: SafeDisc or Securom or Tages or VOB or Laserlok or
      StarForce.
 
    - are you able to write your own source code to unpack & repack
      custom game related file formats.

    If you can meet one or more of our above requests and want to be a part
    of the fun today, e-mail us. Use the contact information given below.

    Always remember:
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    We do this just for FUN. We are against any profit or commercialisation
    of piracy. We do not spread any release, others do that.
    In fact, we BUY all our own games with our own hard earned and worked for
    efforts. Which is from our own real life non-scene jobs.
    As we love game originals. Nothing beats a quality original.
    
    "If you like this game, BUY it. We did!"


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                          How to Contact DKI-WAREZ
                        

                        E-Mail: deathkillerint@hotmail.com

                    DKI-WAREZ: SHARPER & FASTER THAN LiGHT!
 
[GREETZ]-

                                         Shout outs to:
Trolly, Joker, Greg, Shadarr, BobJustBob, Charles, Jibble, Squeaky, Creole Ned
                            FAVICON, Morn, Gabe, Ergo, Chris, lwf
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#64 by Jibble
2004-02-02 19:21:11
#61 BobJustBob
You better watch out, Jibble. There's a thin line between mocking Romero's marriage and mocking yours.

Mock all you like, basement dweller.

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#65 by BobJustBob
2004-02-02 19:25:52
I'd like to point out once again that I live on the second floor. Not a basement.

Wait, we're supposed to be talking about your crazy rushed relationship here!

Dood.
#66 by Charles
2004-02-02 19:26:14
www.bluh.org
Someone explain those goddamn jesus fish to me so I can mock them better.

-chris
#67 by zimbardo_ugly
2004-02-02 19:26:43
zimbardo_ugly@hotmail.com
#46 by Charles
Wow, I'm amazed that people are still dumb enough to get suckered by whitehouse.org.


Well, I figured it was a spoof since I found it through this one.

"Warez non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem"
#68 by Jibble
2004-02-02 19:33:12
#66 Charles
Someone explain those goddamn jesus fish to me so I can mock them better.

The earliest followers of Jesus were persecuted and forced to worship in secret locations. They adopted a secret symbol - the fish.

Often these persecuted Christians scratched the fish symbol on the ground before them to help them identify fellow believers.

The fish symbol transcends differences in cultures and denominations. From generation to generation, the fish symbolizes true followers of Jesus Christ, God's Son.

The Greek word for fish is Ichthus and the letters (Iota, Chi, Theta, Upsilon, Sigma ) form an acronym from the words Iesous Christos, Theou Uios, Soter which means Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior.

From the SECOND LINK FROM A GOOGLE SEARCH FOR \"jesus fish\".

Just...lazy.

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#69 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-02-02 19:33:37
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
Additional shout-outs to my homeboys CheesyPoof, Neale and deadlock.  My .nfo writer has apologised for the omissions and assured me it won't happen again.

Intergalactic Turnip Festival Destroyer
#70 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-02-02 19:35:35
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
jafd

I'm happier than ever that I deleted my topic.


You're not alone.

Intergalactic Turnip Festival Destroyer
#71 by chris
2004-02-02 19:45:57
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
The fish symbol is just another case of christianity absorbing other religions in order to help convert people. Turn it on it's side, and you've got a symbol used far and wide in early religions across the globe to represent fertility. Why? Because it looks like a vaginal opening.

-chris
#72 by Charles
2004-02-02 19:47:27
www.bluh.org
I like chris's explanation better.

-chris
#73 by Jibble
2004-02-02 19:48:02
#71 chris
The fish symbol is just another case of christianity absorbing other religions in order to help convert people. Turn it on it's side, and you've got a symbol used far and wide in early religions across the globe to represent fertility. Why? Because it looks like a vaginal opening.

-chris

All those sideways vaginas...it's a wonder I can pay attention to the road.

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#74 by Jibble
2004-02-02 19:49:02
I'd also like to point out that I will probably laugh hysterically the next time I see a minivan with one big fish and a group of smaller fish representing the children.  So very appropriate.

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#75 by Gunp01nt
2004-02-02 20:03:13
supersimon33@hotmail.com
Nerd names son version 2.0

So after a corrective spanking, the kid will be upgraded to 2.01?

I want a horse that ribbits and a frog that neighs... oink oink oink
#76 by bago
2004-02-02 20:07:43
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Gas chambers are back!

The moneky poured coffee in my MOOTZ!
#77 by Phayyde
2004-02-02 20:09:32
My seven year old daughter was watching the halftime show with me. And I don't want her thinking that it's jess fine to flash planet earth as if Superbowl XXXVIII was Girls Gone Wild XXXVIII.

It was just a conversation I wasn't expecting to have with her at that moment. It's funny in retrospect, even tho it was annoying.

Nudity ain't evil. We like nudity, but it has it's place. I just wish there'd been a warning or something. I coulda changed the channel for a few minutes, no prob.

Beat to fit, paint to match.
#78 by Jibble
2004-02-02 20:12:12
I'm sorry, did someone say Iraq?  Cause I thought I heard Iraq.  There's nothing going on in North Korea.  Nothing at all.

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#79 by yotsuya
2004-02-02 20:12:28
I agree with Phayyde 100%.

That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
#80 by Jibble
2004-02-02 20:12:54
#77 Phayyde
My seven year old daughter was watching the halftime show with me. And I don't want her thinking that it's jess fine to flash planet earth as if Superbowl XXXVIII was Girls Gone Wild XXXVIII.

It was just a conversation I wasn't expecting to have with her at that moment. It's funny in retrospect, even tho it was annoying.

Nudity ain't evil. We like nudity, but it has it's place. I just wish there'd been a warning or something. I coulda changed the channel for a few minutes, no prob.

Why weren't you watching the Victoria's Secret Lengerie Bowl like everyone else?

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#81 by Jibble
2004-02-02 20:13:39
Lingerie...shit, why is THAT one of my problem words?

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#82 by BobJustBob
2004-02-02 20:14:17
I disagree 1000%

Dood.
#83 by Jibble
2004-02-02 20:15:59
...said the single childless sheltered manchild living in his parents' basement second floor bedroom.

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#84 by Dumdeedum
2004-02-02 20:18:25
http://www.dumdeedum.com
I just wish there'd been a warning or something.

DANGER!  In 60 seconds time there will be brief nudity.  DANGER!

return true;
#85 by Charles
2004-02-02 20:19:06
www.bluh.org
Yeah, I'm sure that would make EVERYONE change the channel...

-chris
#86 by yotsuya
2004-02-02 20:20:41
Speaking of that incident, here's what I read about fines:

He told the commission to open an investigation, promising it would be "thorough and swift." Such an investigation could result in a fine of up to $27,500 or -- if the FCC applied the sanction to each CBS station -- in the millions.


That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
#87 by Phayyde
2004-02-02 20:21:45
Favorite nipplegate headline: "Bare Breast Inspires Stiff FCC Probe"

Beat to fit, paint to match.
#88 by Phayyde
2004-02-02 20:38:04
Love being the guy who cracks wise, silencing the room for a quarter of an hour.

Beat to fit, paint to match.
#89 by UncleJeet
2004-02-02 20:39:26
It's neat how Fox News has started saying "WMD's" instead of Weapons of Mass Destruction.  Maybe it's not their new policy, but it sure felt like it for the little while I watched the channel this weekend.  I guess now that it's clear that there were never any "WMD's" we oughta stop using the more scary sounding MASS DESTRUCTION name.  Bleh.

I'm fighting terrorism by playing violent video games!
#90 by Greg
2004-02-02 20:41:59
Gunp01nt:

I've been to that town for work, and if I ever had to go there again, I'd hunt down the guy and beat the shit out of him.

-DKI(ID
#91 by Gunp01nt
2004-02-02 20:50:38
supersimon33@hotmail.com
#90 Greg
Gunp01nt:

I've been to that town for work, and if I ever had to go there again, I'd hunt down the guy and beat the shit out of him.


He's probably already at the end of his support cycle anyway.

I want a horse that ribbits and a frog that neighs... oink oink oink
#92 by G-Man
2004-02-02 21:25:07
Caryn's COD Problem
I would have figured that you knew about this due to your working for Activision and playing a lot of games based on the Q3 engine, but COD (like Q3A, SOF2, RTCW, etc.) stores configuration data in an .ini file in your %WINDIR% (usually c:\windows\). This is how the Q3 based games figure out where the game is in installed (or if it has been installed). Deleting COD.INI would have fixed your problem.
#93 by Your Friend
2004-02-02 21:25:11
Planetcrap: Where Activision employees come for tech support on Call of Duty.

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#94 by Your Friend
2004-02-02 21:28:43
I think nudity on tv is fine, I just hate how all the corporate weasels are trying to distance themselves from the stunt now that middle America is up in arms.

Also, the stunt itself is in somewhat poor taste, though not because of the nudity, per se, but the underlying message that it is hip, edgy and cool to go rip a woman's shirt down without her consent (I realize there was almost certainly *actual* consent, but considering Janet Jackson acted shocked, etc the message still stands).

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#95 by Charles
2004-02-02 21:29:36
www.bluh.org
In Canada, children are allowed to know that women have breasts.

-chris
#96 by LPMiller
2004-02-02 21:29:39
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
1) as a father of 1 7 year old girl and another girl due in about 2 months, I find I think the whole uproar over a flash of tittie pretty fucking stupid.

When did the superbowl become a family event? Was it when all the beer commercials with dogs biting crotches started? Cause I missed a memo.  I mean, it's not the 1950's, I'm not going to teach my kids to fear nipples, but only on other women.

I believe I can fly......urk.
#97 by VeeSPIKE
2004-02-02 21:29:46
Greg, what work were you doing in Holland, MI? Harvesting tulips?

The media doesn't educate, it sensationalizes. That's why there's no learning curve, just repeated bouts of gross stupidity. Bailey
#98 by Caryn
2004-02-02 21:30:54
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
#92 G-Man
Caryn's COD Problem
I would have figured that you knew about this due to your working for Activision and playing a lot of games based on the Q3 engine, but COD (like Q3A, SOF2, RTCW, etc.)


Do you work hard at trying to sound like an ass, or does it just come naturally to you?

I am in Kyoto
Yet at the voice of the Hototogisu
Longing for Kyoto
- Basho
#99 by Your Friend
2004-02-02 21:32:32
I was thinking the same thing when I read G-Man's post.  My guess is it comes naturally and he's not even fully aware of how ass-like he 'sounded'.

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#100 by Your Friend
2004-02-02 21:33:00
For the record, my assy comment took some work, but not exactly hard work.

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#101 by Squeaky
2004-02-02 21:33:34
Do you work hard at trying to sound like an ass, or does it just come naturally to you?

he's a lawyer, what do you think? :)

Got throat problems? Why not try sucking on a Fisherman's Friend!
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#102 by Gunp01nt
2004-02-02 21:38:12
supersimon33@hotmail.com
#97 VeeSPIKE
Greg, what work were you doing in Holland, MI? Harvesting tulips?


Maybe he was working in windmill construction or the wooden shoe industry.

I want a horse that ribbits and a frog that neighs... oink oink oink
#103 by Shadarr
2004-02-02 21:41:06
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I agree with YF (on the nipple).  The nudity itself is not a big deal, but the violence aspect is somewhat vexxing.  If I had a kid, I would explain that nudity is no big deal, but it's not okay to rip someone else's clothes off.
#104 by yotsuya
2004-02-02 21:41:45
He's a lawyer, Caryn. He's probably practicing his moneymaking "badgering the witness"techniques on us as we type.

LP-

No one is saying boobs are bad. But come on? Can we have at least one place where parents can watch TV with their kids without worrying about the content? Let cable show all the adult stuff, but keep my Super Bowl clean.

And the comercials were very stupid, so I wouldn't use them as an example. Here's a good article on them, though.

That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
#105 by yotsuya
2004-02-02 21:42:59
One second thought, it's merely interesting, not that good.

That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
#106 by Warren Marshall
2004-02-02 21:44:14
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
No one is saying boobs are bad. But come on? Can we have at least one place where parents can watch TV with their kids without worrying about the content? Let cable show all the adult stuff, but keep my Super Bowl clean.

FFS, it's the Super Bowl, not family hour cartoon network.  But I can see your point ... with clean livers such as Kid Rock entertaining the drunken crowds, I can see why you'd want to circle the family around and enjoy the show.

"Cheap Garbage Disposal Cant Handle Femur"
#107 by Jibble
2004-02-02 21:44:39
If you had two second thoughts, wouldn't the second of those thoughts be the third thought?

If I had to choose between the '80s classics "Beat Street" or "Breakin'" for a prestigious award, I'd probably have to go with the latter, since its sequel introduced the mind-shattering concept of marrying *electricity* with the boogaloo.
#108 by The_Joker
2004-02-02 21:48:03
http://www.jackinworld.com
'sup DKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


After reading that north korea article, I think bush should have invaded north korea.

Joker, Ph.D. Procedural Assholian Behaviour, Pedophilosopher
- All your ass are belong to my wang Jafd. Prepare to are penetration.
"I fart in THX." - Sgt_Hulka

PENETRATOR: Rise of the Wang Cuming "When it's done".
#109 by yotsuya
2004-02-02 21:50:29
Some of you guys are fucks, you know that. In fact, I know you know that, you just want to live up to the reputation you have crafted for yourself.

People sit around the house and watch the Super Bowl. Their kids watch it too. Do they specifically watch it for the half-time show? No. Do we know what the half-time show is going to be? No. If, like Phayyde had suggested, people knew what the content of the show would be, would they have made the decision to watch it or not? Probably.

It's as simple as that. Some of you just like to hear yourself type.

That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
#110 by Charles
2004-02-02 21:55:06
www.bluh.org
I can't quite figure out why people seem to hate and fear nudity in the US.

-chris
#111 by Caryn
2004-02-02 21:55:28
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
I have to agree with Shadarr, and the parents here have a good point. I can see having a problem with it because a guy reaches over and forcibly rips off her clothes so she's exposed, and she covers it up like she's embarrassed (which you'll see she does as part of the act). I can respect the parents that say that while nudity itself shouldn't be a shameful thing, that particular way of showing it wasn't something they wanted to have to explain to their kid.

I am in Kyoto
Yet at the voice of the Hototogisu
Longing for Kyoto
- Basho
#112 by Trolly McTroll
2004-02-02 21:55:39
#66 Charles
Someone explain those goddamn jesus fish to me so I can mock them better.


why mock Christianity?

You Know You Envy the soul of Trolly McTroll
#113 by yotsuya
2004-02-02 21:57:06
Charles-

So I take it nudity is all the norm in Canada?

That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
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