• PC Golf and Bowling

    From Mike Powell@618:250/1 to DARYL STOUT on Fri Feb 26 16:19:00 2021
    But, we'll stand patiently for 3 hours on a golf course.

    Um, I wouldn't. :)

    The only golf I do now is with a game on the BBS.

    Is it an actual golf game, or one of the card games? I have never even
    gotten into playing it on the PC, but I did used to have a bowling game
    that was pretty fun.

    It was not a door, unfortunately.

    mike


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  • From Daryl Stout@618:250/33 to Mike Powell on Fri Feb 26 21:36:00 2021
    Mike,

    The only golf I do now is with a game on the BBS.

    Is it an actual golf game, or one of the card games? I have never even gotten into playing it on the PC, but I did used to have a bowling game that was pretty fun.

    It was not a door, unfortunately.

    First, on the golf game...I have The Links Golf which isn't an actual
    card game. You are given the hole, how far you're from it, and asked what
    club you're using...it's 18 holes. There's a second one that is similar
    to a putt-putt golf game.

    On the bowling, I have league bowling and pro bowling. You use the
    arrows to position the ball, then the space bar to throw it. I do have
    2 bowling solitaire doors (card games). One is Bowling Solitaire from
    Corpsoft Doors, and the other from JNS Doors called Strikes and Spares.
    There was a pinball game from Bally years ago with the latter name.

    I think my favorite pinball games were Paragon, and Space Invaders. :)

    I haven't done the doorgames since late last year. I just removed
    a bunch of message networks from Gert Kofoed Andersen and Kris Jones,
    as I saw no messages from them, and no traffic from their systems in
    several weeks.

    Daryl

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