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icup321

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  1. There is apparently a PC port of Pac-Man World 1 that was released exclusively in South Korea in 2001 according to the Pac-Man Wiki, there's barely any info on it and there's a very high chance it hasn't been dumped/preserved yet. If this does in fact exist, then that means the PC version is currently lost media, there's also this box art that was uploaded on there: EDIT: It turns out this PC version might actually just be a pre-packaged PS1 emulator that comes with the game based on what I've been told by someone just recently, and not actually a native PC port.
  2. Good news, the lost PC version of Frogger: Ancient Shadow has been found, the assets have been released as well! However, it's currently at an unplayable state due to the game using multiple layers of DRM, in fact, the game itself might not even be fully playable because there is a high chance some of the assets are missing due to the game needing a constant internet connection to stream/download the game's assets. We might be able to make the game fully playable if we were to strip the game of its DRM and port over whatever assets are missing from the console versions. For now we at least have the base PC version archived, all we need are talented reverse-engineers interested enough to get this game fully playable again.
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    This is an unofficial patch for Frogger's Adventures: The Rescue to fix Windows XP SP3/Vista/7/8/10 compatibility issues. More specifically, any computer which had received an update after approximately 2007/2008 was unable to run this game. The program included here is Swamp Launcher, which is a launcher-based patch that can be installed by copying the files into the game's install directory and launching the game through SwampLauncher.exe rather than the main executable. Alternatively, there is also an assembly-based method of patching the game's executable that can be downloaded from the source code. This program was made by Grimdoomer and Kneesnap. All credit goes to them for creating this program. Source code: https://github.com/grimdoomer/FroggersAdventuresCompatFix
  4. There's a rare/missing PC version of a game called Frogger: Ancient Shadow which is now considered lost media because the way it was distributed is, weird and complicated, to say the least. Basically, it was sold as a bundle on a USB game controller called the Konami Live! Online Game Controller in retail stores which downloaded the game from Konami's online servers after plugging in the controller to a PC. The servers were shut down sometime in 2012 and the game's assets haven't resurfaced as of now. I wrote a PCGW page for this game to spread the word and hopefully for someone who owned it to read it and to preserve the game's assets from an existing installation: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Frogger:_Ancient_Shadow
  5. Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    This is a hack by killer-m which allows for Widescreen resolutions to display properly instead of being stretched, UI elements are still stretched however, and some 3D particle-based objects are culled out after a certain point. This patch also only works on the European version of the game, it may be possible to apply this patch on the US version though. This info was obtained from here, all credit goes to killer-m:
  6. Version 1.0.3

    173 downloads

    This is a C++ rewrite of the Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 game launcher for Windows. The original launcher was written in Java but the game itself uses no Java. This was made to avoid a pointless Java runtime dependency and to make it easier to run Sonic 4 on Linux using Proton. This version should also work better when you rebind keys with a non-US keyboard layout. This program was made by darealshinji. All credit goes to him for creating this program. Source code: https://github.com/darealshinji/sonic-4-launcher
  7. I used my own retail US copy of Pac-Man World 2 which I then applied the crack, then the widescreen patch and it was working as it should. Perhaps you might have to mess around with the launcher's graphics settings to see if something isn't working properly?
  8. I just tested out this patch and it seems to be working perfectly for me, it supports any widescreen aspect ratio, though it requires you to have the cracked US version. I don't see what the problem you have is though, have you tried running the game without Jackfuste's patch and seeing if it does the same thing?
  9. Version 1.0.0

    84 downloads

    This is a fixed installer for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow that fixes an issue with installing the game on 64-bit operating systems. You will need to copy the files from the game's DVD to your hard drive and run this installer with those files in the same folder. This file has been tested to work and has been scanned with VirusTotal as well as Windows Defender which means it contains no types of malware whatsoever. Credit to Wendals for creating this fixed installer.
  10. Version 1.0.2

    72 downloads

    Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc Version 1.0.2 Update for the Mac OS version of Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc. Please note that this patch is only for the 3-CD Mac OS version of Rayman 3, the DVD version is already patched to a newer version (1.0.3). The original Stuffit archive has been attached in a ZIP file.
  11. I have remade this patch using the clean, DRM-free GOG version executables, if anyone wishes to play at higher frame-rates without DRM data, here is the patch: http://www.mediafire.com/file/9307hi3nkyhrdke/FPS_Fixes.7z/file Also, to the uploader, if you could update your upload with these files it would be very appreciated to me.
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