A Great Day at the Races Game Page Updated

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A Great Day at the Races Game Page Updated

Post by Devin » Wed Oct 12, 2005 12:09 am

A Great Day at the Races game page on The Black Moon Project has been updated with an improved preview image along with updated developer information and the full USA CD cover scans.
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Post by Devin » Sat Oct 15, 2005 12:02 am

Updated A Great Day at the Races game page on The Black Moon Project with details from the CD itself containing the "Abstract" and "Bibliography".
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Post by Bas » Sun Oct 16, 2005 11:40 am

This title is in my opinion highly underrated. The game idea is very unique, the only thing is you get the hang of it very quickly, and you'll see the same videos every time. Other than that it's worth checking out.

However, this title is absolutely yearning for a digital video version, as it would greatly fit the game idea. If it was all in DV, this title would have been stunning. Same counts for Earth Command, which is a very nice title, and also screams to be re-developed in digital video. Such a shame the cd-i absolutely had the potential, but Philips went for a wider audience instead....

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Post by Devin » Sun Dec 18, 2005 5:46 pm

Now included full Boxart scans and copyright information.
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