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Officially published games
« on: 2017.January.11. 19:33:37 »
Hello, many games and other programs are listed in this site or in ep128.hu, but I understand that many of them were actually unauthorized "homebrew" conversions, right? Is it possible to tell which ones were officially and legally published?

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Re: Officially published games
« Reply #1 on: 2017.January.11. 19:54:38 »
See the tape covers. The first section are the existing covers. (I think about the 99% of the released programs are in here).
Under the "Kazettaborító terv" are fictional cover designs, for unofficial programs.

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Re: Officially published games
« Reply #2 on: 2017.January.14. 01:07:30 »
Thanks. How about this flier: http://ep.homeserver.hu/PDF/ENTERPRISE_PROGRAMS.pdf
It shows some more, like Match Day; were they never released despite the photo?

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Re: Officially published games
« Reply #3 on: 2017.January.14. 07:41:30 »
It shows some more, like Match Day; were they never released despite the photo?
Yes, we have a big list of programs, which are somewhere advertisted but nobody see it in the real life. Probably these never released.