Minigolf by Licantropo

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Minigolf by Licantropo

Post by EnigmaticCoder » Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:51 pm

I'm trying to find a working copy of minigolf by Licantropo (the DC version). I went to http://dreamcast.dcemu.co.uk/minigolf.php and downloaded the zip, but I was given a bad CRC error while uncompressing the archive.

Does anyone have a working copy of this game?

Also, is it freeware?
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Re: Minigolf by Licantropo

Post by Jeeba Jabba » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:42 am

Moved.
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Re: Minigolf by Licantropo

Post by Stryfe » Wed Jul 21, 2010 9:01 am

The plain files are up on the wiki page now: MiniGolf
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Re: Minigolf by Licantropo

Post by EnigmaticCoder » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:09 pm

Thanks. I didn't even know we hosted games on this site.

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Re: Minigolf by Licantropo

Post by Stryfe » Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:56 pm

There aren't any closed source games hosted of course....

But..., there are many games that were originally hosted by sites that no longer exist. Unfortunately, some binaries just went the way of dodo, because they were never mirrored.

A couple decent sites I found for downloads were Emuwiki, and the internet archiver "The Wayback Machine".

Sometimes using WBM, you can follow hyperlinks to sites that are blocked by directly inputting the URL. The robots text...
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