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Castles II Crack (for the second time). by The Dream Team (TDT)

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                PRESENTS - Castles II Crack (for the second time)
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 │  ■ RELEASE INFORMATION ■                                                  │
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 │ Released    : 1st November 1992                                           │
 │ Graphics    : EGA/VGA/MCGA                                                │
 │ Sound       : SPEAKER/SOUND BLASTER/ROLAND MT 32                          │
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   This had to be the hardest game in a while to crack.  The reason the
   first crack did not work, is that Castles II uses the compare routine
   in more than one place.  When I forced the compare, it would sometimes
   get caught in an endless loop.

   This crack is much better, but it's a trick crack.  I had to both byte
   crack and use a patchloader.  To activate the crack, press CTRL-ALT-1
   when the doc check appears.  Then select any menu selection.  If you
   press the hotkey when the doc check is not up, MAKE SURE you press it
   again to turn off the crack.  If not it will get caught in an endless
   loop.

   I have coded the patchloader so that it will make a flash on the screen
   when you activate or deactive the crack.  This is just a notice to you
   that my crack is in control.

   I'm sorry about such a sloppy crack, but I saw no other way to handle
   this doc check.  If you come up with one, please let me know.