Yeah, Bavisoft's games do have problems with newer versions of
Windows. They have difficulties on XP and I've heard, but not
confirmed, they crash a lot on Win 7 if you try to play them. In
summary their not worth your time, or this long winded discussion
about them. I think we should just remove them from audiogames.net and
write them off as gone. End of story.
On 11/28/10, Bryan Peterson <bpeterson2...@cableone.net> wrote:
> No they haven't. About the only time you hear anything from them is if you
> post on the AudioGames.net forum suggesting that cracking the games and
> distributing them as freeware would be better than the current state of
> things since some people haven't been receiving orders they placed and are
> understandably frustrated about this. And Bavisoft's only response is along
> the lines of please do not do this. But it's as has been suggested on the
> forums numorous times. Most people nowadays have faster internet
> connections, meaning that Bavisoft could easily make their games available
> for download. And they definitely need to start thinking about incorporating
> actual playablee demos of their games since I'm sorry but not everybody's
> going to be able to make a judgement based simply on an audio recording or
> review. So that was rather poor marketing in my book. After all no one wants
> to buy a game and find it won't run on their system. I understand those
> games have trouble running on newer operating systems, so there's a problem
> right there.
> We are the Knights who saaaaay...Ni!
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