The Magnetic Scrolls Memorial had a couple of different guestbooks over time and some of the external ones were lost when the service shut down. However the very first guestbook from the first two years in the existance of the Memorial was conserved and is presented here. All these visitors accompanied the Magnetic Scrolls Memorial from its very early stages.
Anthony firstname.lastname@example.org / http://welcome.to/mavweb wrote:
I think Magnetic Scrolls adventures are great
Until now I have not been able to get hold of The Pawn or Guild,(As Jinxter and Fish I have on the Atari ST),
There are others I think were conected to MS or Rainbird - and they are Silicon Dreams(Worm in Paradise I had that and lost it,Return to eden and snowball) anywhere I can get these titles from....
Richard Hewison email@example.com / no homepage wrote:
I was lucky enough to work for Rainbird during the development and publication of "Corruption" and "Fish!" and I was involved with bug testing both games across all the formats they were published on. I also used to man the phones and help people out with all their Mag Scrolls questions. It's nice to see sites like this keeping these games alive!
ed szumlas firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage wrote:
Finding this site was very excitng to me. You have done an excellent job interpreting the essence, feel and depth of such historically significant games that a friend and I played enjoyed so much in the 80s. They etched a permanent "realm" of sorts in our mind and inspired much more. Thanks for keeping such treasures alive.
Anthony Brereton Anthony.Brereton@Virgin.Net / no homepage wrote:
Good Site! I first started playing Magnetic Scrolls games back in 1988 with 'The Pawn' on the c64 and progressed to an Amiga 500 and enjoyed 'Guild Of Thieves' and 'Fish!' I still boot up my Amiga emulator and play them occasionally...
reakktor no email / no homepage wrote:
guild of thieves... i love this game (i still do!)
i´ve got it!
Richard Karsmakers email@example.com / http://www.fortysecond.net/rich wrote:
There were few companies as totally excellent and totally cult as Magnetic Scrolls. I, too, was captured by their games. Around the time of the release of "Fish!" and friend of mine and myself did an interview with Anita Sinclair. I will see if I can find that interview somewhere and mail it to you if you're interested.
Seth Goldstein SGoldstein@allbusinessys.com / no homepage wrote: