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    The great list of Pascal Games

    Hey Alex it might be a good idea --now that I think of it-- to seperate all these games into either a 'pre-release/beta' or 'completed' listing.

    I noticed that you put up Garland's Quest --and though I'm greatly flattered -- it's not a complete game, or even what I'd consider a 'beta' since all the pieces aren't in place to make it into a full game.

    This sort of thought brought me to thinking that we could have 2 votes. 1 for Best of All Time for 'beta' state games and Best of All Time for 'completed' games.

    That or we should just axe the non-completed games form the list and only consider ones that are complete.


    I'll see what I can do to add to the list later this week if I have time. I'm usually on top of most things going on so I definitely know a few myself.

    Besides everyone can nominate for best game of all time right?
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    I think you're taking it a bit too far . Let's first see if we can create a decent list with just completed (or demos of) games. Having a pre-release or beta section would add a lot of extra work imo (put them on first, replace to another section later etc). If people are indeed serious about their games then it will reach the list anyway.

    I've not tested and played all listed games to see if they're in a completed or demo state or less. Currently it's more of a good faith thing, or my idea with a certain game. If people say their game needs to be on, because they say its completed, its pretty much on. I'll quickly check a website for screenshots or PDG to see if it's been mentioned anywhere, but that's it.
    I'm not planning on becoming a judge for all listed or (still to be) mentioned games

    I'm sure you could argue about some games if they should be on or not. I've played GQ and I thought it was in a pretty advanced state. There's a menu iirc, 18 or so levels, etcetera. Granted it lacks a real ending, but then, so do probably more games on this list. Like I said, if the author (you in this case) wants it removed that's fine by me as well .

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    Nice endeavor Traveler,
    Please add my old Catapults game.

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    Thanks Catapults is on the list now.

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    I've just added Hero X and Siege of Avalon to your list and Age of Wonders.
    <br /><br />There are a lot of people who are dead while they are still alive. I want to be alive until the day I die.<br />-= Paulo Coelho =-

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    Excellent!

    Keep those coming people. The list is still far too short

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    The great list of Pascal Games

    I've just added...

    [A]
    Age of Wonders: Shadow Magic
    ArcticMacrob

    [C]
    Cartesian Chaos
    Charlie II

    [D]
    Deep Sea Redemption
    Dungeon Looter
    Dragon Duel

    [E]
    Earth Under Fire

    [G]
    Gem Chase

    [K]
    The Keep

    [L]
    Last Dawn

    [M]
    Mad Aeon Fight Arena
    Magma Duel
    Mini Racing Online

    [S]
    Soldat
    Sodoma Lite
    Space Cadett

    [T]
    Tank Busters
    Tanx
    TSS Tokyo Demo

    [V]
    Village Defense

    removed

    [G]
    Garland's Quest -- for reasons stated before.

    and expanded

    [A]
    Age of Wonders
    Age of Wonders II: The Wizards Throne
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    The great list of Pascal Games

    My three games written in Borland Pascal 7.0...

    Privateer: Ascii Sector
    www.asciisector.net

    WormWars 2 + 3
    www.wormwars.net
    Laserbrain Studios - Currently developing Hidden Asset!
    Ascii Sector
    - Real-time roguelike in space!

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    Was HeroX coded in Pascal? Really? Are you sure?

    Sorry for the Off-topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ?ëu?±o Mart??nez
    Was HeroX coded in Pascal? Really? Are you sure?

    Sorry for the Off-topic.
    I am very sure, because I coded the GUI interface in that game and worked on some bug fixing and other tasks on the game. It is coded in Delphi.
    If you have it check out the Credits, I'm listed there.
    I still have not been paid for the work I did on it, but that's a whole other story!
    <br /><br />There are a lot of people who are dead while they are still alive. I want to be alive until the day I die.<br />-= Paulo Coelho =-

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