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PS Adventure

Started by Norbert Woeller, Sun, 14 Feb 2010 17:58

Norbert Woeller

Hello,

it`s some days ago (10 or 11 years  ;) ) there was an adventure for PS1. I have searched the net, but coudn`t found it. Maybe someone can help: "In the adventure, you have to transfer some cargo to Boston, in a given time... and so on."
As you can see, I can`t remember. But maybe someone knows!

Thank you
Best Regards

Norbert

@Hardy: Many thanx for PSX. Have just read it today.
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Jeroen Hoppenbrouwers

Polar Air Cargo Adventure, if I remember well.
There was also an unrelated story, involving Sherlock Holmes.
Unfortunately I have no idea where to look...

torrence

I think I still have the freeze files for the Polar Air adventure, but can't lay my hands on the documentation - don't remember who designed it.  It was centered around trying to post the best times with realistic conditions to complete a challenging route.

The Sherlock story was mine - sort of a Victorian version of 'can you tell what's going on from this cockpit picture'.  If you're interested it's still up on the Aerowinx page under Support/Add Ons and More, as a zipped pdf:

http://aerowinx.de/html/miscellaneous.html

Cheers,
Torrence
Cheers
Torrence

Norbert Woeller

Jeroen, yes it was the Polar Air Cargo Adventure. Thank you!

torrence, I will have a look at your Sherlock Holmes story. And if you have the file of the Polar Air Cargo Adventure, whould you please so kind to send it to me?
norbert.woeller [at] air-child.com

Thank you very much

Best Regards
Norbert
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Shiv Mathur

Torrence, I just re-read your Holmes story, and I must compliment you on a
really clever and humorous piece of writing.

It's also a delicious coincidence that Herr Heinlin "has a very nice program in the works" !!

Shiv

torrence

Thanks, Shiv

I wrote it when I was brushing up on the relationships of true airspeed, temperature and mach number etc. (with my father's WWII era wiz wheel) and I've always had a weakness for Holmes pastiches  :) .  Glad you enjoyed.

Cheers,
Torrence
Cheers
Torrence