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Zophar
11-10-2004, 03:47 AM
Wow, can't believe the site is actually 8 years old. Time does fly, time does fly. Can't you just hear that 7thguest.mid playing in the background of your mind?

Brad Levicoff
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Wren
11-10-2004, 06:09 AM
Wasn't The 7th Guest more like '93 era? I recall the first time I played it on a DOUBLE SPEED CD-ROM drive and it was awesome. Actually still have the drive around somewhere, a Toshiba (I think) SCSI drive that used caddies.

Emulation used to seem like magic. That was back when I was firing up Genem or Pasofami to play the few games that worked (at 10fps or so) on my 80486DX2-66.

Don't get me started on memories of my '83 issue Kaypro 8086 and CGA display... I'm getting too damned old.<img src=smilies/errrr.gif>

I get what you're saying anyways.<img src=smilies/cwm11.gif> Happy b-day ZD!

-Wren

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Fla Flash
11-10-2004, 12:47 PM
Thanks Brad for starting ZD in the first place.
May it have many more!

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Crono
11-10-2004, 03:02 PM
Brings back good memories of Zophar's Domain and Archaic Ruins from back in time. Wow, just thinking about what I was like back then...

-Crono

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Narvick
11-11-2004, 01:48 AM
Haha, glad to hear from you again :o

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MegaManJuno
11-11-2004, 01:55 AM
So how does it feel to have something you started 8 years ago still being carried forward after 8 years time?

Congrats on the success and longevity of the site, for all current and past people affiliated with getting us to this point today. Even after all this time, ZD is still my first (and usually only, these days) stop in the world of emulation news. <img src=smilies/thumb.gif>

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HighT1mes
11-11-2004, 04:12 AM
- Wow, can't believe the site is actually 8 years old. Time
- does fly, time does fly. Can't you just hear that
- 7thguest.mid playing in the background of your mind?

- Brad Levicoff
- www.rightbrainanimations.com

Good job on making this site for all the emulation community. I believe this site no matter what a bunch of idiots out there say has made a positive impact for emulation for the most part. That's all.....


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Isildur
11-12-2004, 03:20 AM
> Wasn't The 7th Guest more like '93 era?


What he's refering to is that years ago, ZD had several background midis on its pages.

I feel old. =P

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Isildur
11-12-2004, 03:22 AM
Glad to see you're still around and kicking. <img src=smilies/thumb.gif>

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The 9th Sage
11-13-2004, 03:01 AM
> Wow, can't believe the site is actually 8 years old. Time
> does fly, time does fly. Can't you just hear that
> 7thguest.mid playing in the background of your mind?

Happy Birthday ZD!

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puduhead
11-13-2004, 04:13 AM
> Wow, can't believe the site is actually 8 years old. Time
> does fly, time does fly. Can't you just hear that
> 7thguest.mid playing in the background of your mind?

word.

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breadcrust
11-16-2004, 01:03 PM
ha ha, the first time i ever visited zd (1999?) was ages ago when i was younger and had a shitty computer but gameboy emu was a great way to play cool games on it ^_^


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puduhead
11-16-2004, 11:00 PM
> ha ha, the first time i ever visited zd (1999?) was ages ago
> when i was younger and had a shitty computer but gameboy emu
> was a great way to play cool games on it ^_^

word.

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SabbathKeepah
11-19-2004, 05:50 PM
I was around 10 or 11 when I discovered Zophar. Since I was young my memory is kind of hazy on it. I do recall the days before they had their own Domain name.
I remember how cool it was to play MK on Snes96..The good ol' days...
Emulators are really what got me into computers and internet in general.
Thanks Zophar's Domain and happy birthday.


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Zophar
11-19-2004, 06:04 PM
I have received numerous e-mails on the subject of the various URLs ZD has been under before zophar.net. Well, to help clear up some of the confusion, here's the complete list beginning with November 9, 1996 (pre ziplink URL not included, as it was a geocities address which I've since forgotten):

www.ziplink.net/~shadow5
www.voicenet.com/~zophar (briefly)
zophar.internexus.net
zophar.malicia.com
www.zophar.net

There you have it!

Brad Levicoff
http://www.rightbrainanimations.com

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Slicer S. V.
11-20-2004, 06:39 PM
> www.ziplink.net/~shadow5
> www.voicenet.com/~zophar (briefly)
> zophar.internexus.net
> zophar.malicia.com
> www.zophar.net

do you remember the dates as well? just curious, because i think it was while zophar was under zophar.malicia.com that i first found it, but then lost it when you changed to www.zophar.net. however, i can't entirely be sure, cuz i haven't the best memory of that time in my life for reasons i'll decline explaining

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