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  1. I started getting texts yesterday at 9am to wish me a happy new years... now that it is 9am on the 1st here... I bid everyone else a HAPPY NEW YEAR
  2. I'm sure there are other things, but have you tried minimizing and then bringing the screen back up?
  3. Rostere, I hadn't heard of either.. thanks for the suggestion.
  4. Here it's raining - the dog doesn't even want to go out to do his business - ... so I guess it is a good time to actually do that homework I've been putting off.
  5. It isn't the tightly controlled reqs, per se, it is the tightly controlled number of people who are allowed to write for mac's. The ability to get the licenses is the hardest part as far as I know.
  6. There are a few reasons why games are rarely ported for Mac's. For Linux systems, most people I know use wine, and they can play games with little to no problems (that those on PC's don't have). However, I think that although the question of if there are enough people who would play a game on a MAC, and make it economical for the game companies, the bigger part is probably the fact that APPLE has always kept it's req's for software tightly controlled. That is one reason why in most cases there are few choices for any given type of program. - especially compared to those avail for linux or windows based computers. I've noticed some games will come out on mac a good year or more after they milk the windows market, but even those are far and few between. The latest craze is more for the systems though - Wii, xbox, etc.
  7. Sometimes, it is what is popular, not necessarily what others want that isn't popular. I'll agree though that WW2 feels old now, with how many games have inundated the market.
  8. ahh, the old opinion of any publicity is good publicity. It seems that really, a lot of games have been relegated to niche games. I'm not sure if this isn't on as many of the "general game" sites as it could be because atm this isn't where the market is being pushed. Chances are, if you give a bit more time... like two or three weeks, you'll start to see more as people who are more casual than "get the game, start the machine, don't eat or shower until the game is complete" crowd starts to post their comments. I'm also guessing then, because that way the people who think this would be great to get for friends, or want a copy for themselves (as they have been playing at a friends) can plump up their chirstmas wish list.
  9. **** their bestfriend. Unfortunately those never last.
  10. yes, but we can also delete our comments, so you dont' see half of our posts.
  11. I hadn't realized that it had been so long! wow, time flies when you are waiting for the next game. :D HAPPY BIRTHDAY, OBS
  12. I know the feeling, though I did that with myspace.
  13. just for your information, yes, you do have a dynamic IP. Personally, i haven't had the problem in the last few days. thanks, GM.
  14. Welcome to Obsidian, or more precisely to the boards... hope you stay for a long time! oh yeah, Alvin, that's it... corrupt him early.
  15. Lets keep the thread ontrack, and try to keep the spam out of it, including point it out in thread.
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