Another Magnetic Scrolls Memorial guestbook

The Magnetic Scrolls Memorial had a couple of different guestbooks over time and some of the external ones were lost when their services shut down. However the very first guestbook from the first two years in the existance of the Memorial was conserved and is presented here.

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Christian
Message #9 from 25.01.2008, 14:00:40
Thank you for keeping these text-adventures alive. Do you know that "Wonderland" was the game of the month in ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) in Germany.
But now I have problems with the Interpreter 2 since the graphics aren't shown. I have only tried "Wonderland".
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Andy Thornton
Message #8 from 18.01.2008, 20:04:09
Thanks for keeping these games alive. I have fond memories of these games and they are still fun to play today.

Well done, thanks for the work you've done keeping these games alive.
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John Coutlhard
Message #7 from 03.01.2008, 13:09:15
Thanks for a fantastic site. Wonderland and Fish on the Amiga were always two of my fave games as a kid (now 32). Bought Wonderland for the PC 3 years ago and was eventually able to get it running. Was great to play again and even great to go through all the packaging, posters etc again.

Recently converted to a Mac and was amazed to find this site with the excellent Magnetic software to run all these old classics. Find myself still loving (and getting frustrated by) these games.

Thanks Magnetic Scrolls and thanks to everyone involved with this site.
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Andy
Message #6 from 20.12.2007, 04:58:02
Thanks for the great site on the guild of thieves.  My grandpa gave me this game when I was about 11 years old.   i played endlessly on the Mac Plus computer, but never conquered the game when  I was that young.  Maybe if the Mac Plus is still around  I could try playing the game with the solution.  I read the solution and had most of the game figured out, but it always bothered me that I didn't win the game.
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Brad
Message #5 from 11.11.2007, 16:41:46
I was right into Knight Orc on the ST when it came out. Now I can see what the other text adventures play like, 20 years later! Thanks for setting this up.
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Paul
Message #4 from 15.09.2007, 18:33:56
Been a while since I visited this site, so glad to see its still up and running, an invaluable resource for fans!
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David
Message #3 from 25.08.2007, 13:55:28
Hello all. Can anyone please help?
I have PAWN on the PCW Amstrad machine. I have original disc and documents but appear to have lost loading instructions. Once I 've loaded CPM (operating language) then the PAWN disc what starting word do I type to start the game off? Thanks. Am I better downloading emulater onto PC?  But I have windows 98 and there does not appear to be an emulater for this. Thanks folks.ot
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Johan
Message #2 from 21.08.2007, 22:12:56
You're doing a fine job, Stefan! Thanks! super
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Stefan
Message #1 from 17.08.2007, 20:53:05
Hi Magnetic Scrolls fans!

Another update...another guestbook. Since I had to close the previous one because of spamming here is a new try.

I hope you enjoy your stay at the Magnetic Scrolls Memorial!

Looking forward to your messages.

Stefan
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