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The Gamers Edge, 3. by The Gamers Edge (TGE)

3 of 6 files the gamers edge
The Ultimate Gaming Hardware.
3 items
  • fileid.diz
  • Tge-3.exe
  • Tge.nfo
  • Zip / DOS   Magazine
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              Release Notes for The Gamer's Edge Issue #3
       ──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
      │   Release Type: E-mag            Packaged by: Jove       │
      │   Release Date: 23/08/97         Written by: TGE staff   │
       ──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────


  │ President
  └──────────	
      CoMpuACiD

  │ Founders
  └──────────
      CoMpuACiD - East 1999  - bob226

  │ Vice Pres.
  └─────────-
       Jove


  │ Seniors
  └──────────
       Spice 1 - _vulture

  │ Editor
  └──────────
	Jove
	
  │ Coders
  └──────────
       _vulture - |TM| - ]TOP-ACE[


  │ Site-ops
  └──────────
       Sparly - Jove - /mac/ - DrkSphere


  │ Writers
  └──────────
        Knoweffex - Jove - NiNJack - magellan - compuacid - 

        GrUnGeR - snappy  - _CoRpSe_ - DaxX - WaReZ_PhR - 

        Gwam - GEN0CIDE - CRASH' - ERASE - Info-Red - Wipeout
       
        Elite4ce

	
  │ Artists
  └──────────
        spice 1 - GEN0CIDE - Phire - HexCorupt - Stumpy - Jove


  │ WWW Staff
  └──────────
       Spice 1 - Jove - Warez_Phr



	We have finally released issue #3, I would like to appologize to wipeout and elite4ce for 
forgetting to include their name in the mag credits, sorry guys. Now before you read it here is a 
message from the coder: I now have 3 fonts: Normal, crunched, and small. To get to the music changer, 
press F1 at >ANY< menu the scroller should scroll smoother and there are now 5 songs. The home/end 
keys move to beginning/end of document and PgUp/PgDn keys move 1 page up/1 page down the MOUSE works
to scroll up and down too! Also When you run the mag in Windows please edit its properties by right \
clicking on the executable file in windows explorer. Then go to the program tab and select run in 
maximized window when started. Then go to the screen tab and choose full screen instead of normal 
window, this will make it run fine. Sorry for any inconvenience.

										Vulture


   NFO by: Jove
   Header by: East 1999