If some people would like I can rebuild the DanZ Games setups to just
include the patch as well as add in the Windows Vista Dependancies for
Michael Feir wrote:
That's interesting. The way Dan Zingaro released it, you need two files.
There's the superdeakout demo file and then you need the sdfull.exe
file. It may actually be a zip file. I can't remember. If you have both
those files and install them correctly, you get the full game which has
been released as freeware. I suspect somebody may have figured that some
users of Klango may have found it hard to understand that you have to
install the demo first and then use the sdfull file to overwrite the
original demo program so the game works correctly. I've had to explain
that to a number of people so it's an understandable if unfortunate
circumstance. Why they don't just include freeware games which can run
and install more simply and/or simply explain the unusual requirement to
getting the full version of Superdeakout, I don't know.
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