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F-19 Stealth Fighter diskette images or F-19 CD

Posted at 02:10 on August 4th, 2014 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Pupil Gumby
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Does anyone have diskette images for the first two versions of F-19 Stealth Fighter? Microprose published it during 1988 with two different versions (435.01 and 435.02). They both had key disk protection on the file SU.EXE, and manual copy protection (identifying a plane) on the file START.EXE. Later, during 1989, Microprose released a third updated version 435.04 (finally adding ADLIB support) and some patches for the first two versions (ADLIB support and the F117A plane graphics). They also released an updated SU.EXE file for version 435.04, removing the key disk protection (they did the same for some other of their titles too).

Finding diskette images for the first two versions seems kinda hard (i'm not even sure if they ever released a version 435.03) but there's a tampered copy of 435.01 on the TOSAC set (not TOSEC!)...

Anyone can help? Thank you so much!
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Edited by DoutorHouse at 18:36 on October 15th, 2014
Posted at 20:01 on August 12th, 2014 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Baby Gumby
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Hi,

I only got that version in a .zip file. I didn't find the diskette images either.
Posted at 13:12 on September 12th, 2014 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Student Gumby
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Originally posted by DoutorHouse at 02:10 on August 4th, 2014:
Finding diskette images for the first two versions seems kinda hard

Probably because it kind of doesn't make sense to dump a disk if it has key-disk protection..? The image would be of no use, just like those dumps of Lemmings 1+2 in the TOSEC set, for example.
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