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Fix for Prince of Persia. by The Humble Guys (THG)

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  • PRINCE.EXE
  • PRFIX.NFO

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                           Fix for Prince of Persia
                           by R. Bubba Magillicutty

Note: An incorrect version of this thing got out and was spread by one of the
slaves.  If your fix doesn't have this note, you have a bad one.  How will
you know about it?  Got me...

    Looks like I messed up.  You can't restore your game without hitting the
protection.  I never figured out the command to restore, so I didn't find out
while testing the game.  I made it to level 9 without any problems, so it
couldn't have any problems, could it?  Of course it could.  Well, this fix
will take care of it.  In fact, it's a much superior crack.  Two whole bytes
changed in the entire game.  Yes, two bytes takes out all the protection.  No
more patching in and intercepting levels.  I wish I had noticed this the first
time around.  Oh well...  While messing with it I did manage to make the game
reviews pop up between levels.  Kinda interesting I guess. Anyway, enjoy this
new and improved crack.  You'll never see that protection level.  Nice and
clean, like the original was supposed to be.

    I didn't get it right the first time, but at least I didn't have to cheat
my way through the protection!  Nice job, INC.  Great cheat, but not a crack
at all.  You can use OUR cheat to get by the protection that way too. It was
a really nice cheat.  Far better than ours.  Too bad you can't turn it off. 
Since you can't kill the swordsmen (or did I miss something?) you can't
finish the game.  On level 12, you have to kill WhatsHisFace, the evil Head
Honcho.  The door to the next level won't open until you do.  At least I
wasn't the only one to mess up.

Special thanks to Gerald Lau for letting me know my crack didn't work.  This
one should be a bit better.
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