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    • #20678 Reply
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      Several of them can be found on The Ultimate AGI & SCI Web Site

    • #20679 Reply
      Unknown,Unknown
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      (re: Electronic Christmas Cards) I hope you find them, and post them here!
      We used to do them every Christmas, and then give them away. I used it as a filler project when a team was waiting around for some reason or another.
      Some of them were great…
      -Ken W

    • #20680 Reply
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      (re: Electronic Christmas Cards) OK, I’ve moved this topic into the “Sierra History Museum.”
      I don’t actually have the original files of any Christmas cards. But here’s an AGI one (I’m assuming 1986 because that’s when the files are date-stamped), it was sitting in one of my Sierra folders so I must have downloaded it from somewhere. I’m sure there are sites out there with the other ones too, maybe someone could track them down and post them here.

      103 kb) – zip file

    • #20681 Reply
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      (re: Electronic Christmas Cards)

      Several of them can be found on The Ultimate AGI & SCI Web Site

      The Ultimate AGI & SCI Web Site

    • #20682 Reply
      Unknown,Unknown
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      (re: re: Electronic Christmas Cards)

      I happen to have the ’90 and ’92 Christmas Demos. I’ll upload them here.

      These demos were wonderful ideas Ken, by the way.
      Xmas Demo 92
      Xmas Demo 90

    • #20683 Reply
      Unknown,Unknown
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      (re: re: Electronic Christmas Cards)

      Here are two more
      X-mas86
      X-mas88

    • #20684 Reply
      Unknown,Unknown
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      (re: re: re: Electronic Christmas Cards)

      Thanks for posting everyone. If no one minds, I’ll check these all out and then just make one post with the Christmas demos and delete all the extra posts, when things have settled down (but I’ll keep Ken’s comments). If anyone posts a Christmas demo that Brian doesn’t have on his AGI/SCI website, I’ll make sure to send it to him. In return, I’m sure he wouldn’t mind us borrowing any that he has on his site.

    • #20685 Reply
      Unknown,Unknown
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      (re: re: Electronic Christmas Cards)

      Hi,

      great stuff. But with Windows XP, the most cards don’t run, or run without sounds. All ideas are great. And as the was released in the years, I didn’t see other companies, which create some cards like this. Great Sierra, great Ken & Roberta. Thanx !

      Marco

    • #20686 Reply
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      (re: re: re: Electronic Christmas Cards)

      But they will run on XP with sound with VDMSound.

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