Well, Tony, she's half right. Once you get the necessary software installed in the right sequence, and get the games working, let her give them a try. They're fun. If she can see what she's doing with a computer, so much the better. I wish sighted people played these games to experience games as we do, and keep an open mind when playing them. I had a neighbor about 3 years ago that would come over to my house once in a while and play Tank Commander from

www.gmagames.com

and he, at that time, planned to buy it for his home PC. I don't know if he ever did, and I have lost touch with him since moving to Oklahoma.

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Gun control only controls the guns of lawful citizens while placing them in control of the unlawful ones. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anthony Vitale" <avital...@prodigy.net>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 28, 2009 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] I give!!!!


Thanks Thomas
I am already into 20 hours of downloads for the framework if I stop now my wife will think I am completely nuts . For now she thinks that I am only half nuts.(snicker)
Tony
At 05:28 PM 3/28/2009, you wrote:
Hey Tony,
Actually, the .NET Framework is only required for newer games such as Rail Racer, Mysteries of the Ancients, 3D Velocity, and some other games built using the Microsoft .NET platform. You will find many older games by GMA, Jim Kitchen, BSC, and others are written in Visual Basic 6 and can be installed and run on XP without any additional components to be installed.
Hope this helps.

Anthony Vitale wrote:
> thanks Nick for your offer,
> I am finally getting it.  it would have been fairly simple if in the
> begining someone had written and said "you absolutely need direct x and
> the microsoft framwork" and explained what they were Then told me > where
> I might locate them. I have a dialup connection so I am on my third
> night of downloading the microsoft framwork because it is so huge and I
> don't want to tie up my phone for 35 hours in a row. As far as direct x
> I'll get that in one night  but the confusion could have all been
> avoided had someone given me simple specific information and > dirrections
> for what I needed.  I finally got enough pointers and  the correct
> direction, so thanks to those who helped. Well it is almost done now > and
> after this I should be ready to try some games, maybe the ones I
> downloaded .
> Thanks for your help
> Tony



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