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Soccer Supremo
Publisher: Crysys     Developer: Kieren Hawken
Year of release: 1988

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Sard wrote ...2007-02-14 06:12:42
Hmmm Now I have some problems with your claim on this one Kieren. Let me tell you why. For a start , this is a commercial game , not pd. That wouldn't be so important if it wasn't for the fact you must have wrote it when you were around 10 years old. Shades or Durell perhaps? How old were you when you worked for them again ? Secondly its a conversion of the previously released 8 bit versions published by White Panther. This suggests a bit more input was required than a prepubescent bedroom coder. The game also uses an identical game engine to 2 other management games (rugby+cricket) that were also released for the ST that you HAVEN'T claimed. YOUR engine mate...how did you let those slip ? :) Now..I cant prove (for now) you didn't write this one. I can't prove ANYONE did. But take into account your recent self inflicted lack of credibility, and the fact I've done a better job of coming up with reasons why you more than likely DIDN'T write it, than you've ever done showing that you did, and you will have to excuse me for saying that I think you're full of the brownstuff Kieren . You didn't write ONE of them did ya ? :)
Kieren Hawken wrote ...2006-02-13 16:31:35
Wrote this, my first football management game, way back with a bit of help on the data discs from James Wallace. I still have many of the un-released data discs in my collection. Wrestlers, cars or rude names anyone??