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prime_evil
2 years ago

OK working now, decent, but definitely coder colours.. lol..

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prime_evil
2 years ago

No HTML5 window on Firefox..

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ROG
ROG
2 years ago

The fast moving perspective “Yugoslav Cracking Service” banner / scroller is interesting. Curious and maybe silly(?) question, but how did they do that?

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proton
8 years ago

A year or so late the cevil war began.

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sim
sim
Reply to  proton
8 years ago

Yes….

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  proton
8 years ago

The “civil war” came from EU trying to calm the situation down, and was helped by the serbian propaganda trying to portray it as such, but history recorded it as an aggression of Serbs, first against Slovenes, then Croats, and finally Muslims in three different countries plus Kosovo. In the ’90’s, where there was a Serb, there was war and bloodshed. Like the Ur-Quan Kor-Ah, the Serbs systematically cleansed anyone who was not them, so that they would “protect” themselves from the very genocide they themselves were committing to others. History, it seems, is not without bitter irony.

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bauhaus
bauhaus
Reply to  Annatar
2 years ago

Wow it’s an old comment but would be a shame to leave it like this because it’s absolute rubbish. No idea where you’re from but the breakup of Yugoslavia has a lot to do with all 3 parties – Serbs, Croats and Muslims. Blaming only 1 side for “aggression” in regions where they lived for centuries is beyond ridiculous and I was old enough to remember it all as it happened.

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  bauhaus
2 years ago

Sorry bud, but I was the one who lived through it. Common thread is the Serbs: wherever they were, there was war. They killed and tortured a lot of innocent people, and the Hague tribunal convicted their leaders for at least one documented case of genocide – remember Srebrenica. Forgive, but never forget.

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  proton
8 years ago
sim
sim
8 years ago

Never seen nor heard about/this one. A lost stuff. Really something which needs to be preserved. Even if quite repetitive and not to entertaining ;).

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mr.spiv
8 years ago

Never seen this one.. apart from the short loop this is better than the lads above say 😉

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RNC
RNC
8 years ago

that is the question ! I thought YUCS was only on C64…

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Annatar
Annatar
8 years ago

Where the hell did you find that piece of Serbian trash?

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pmc
pmc
8 years ago

Scrollers are nice enough but reading them makes my eyes hurt 😀

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SIRIaX
8 years ago

weird stuff, still the scrollers are nice.

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