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Author Topic:   !!POLL!! Please vote!
The Crazy Cucumber
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posted October 21, 1999 02:29 PM           
OK, who do you think makes better boards: Ivan Christoff--- Kinetic Pain--- Josh Hess--- Crystal West---

I vote Kinetic Pain. What do you think?

P.S. Go to http://dxball.org/Freeware/boards/index.htm
to download these people's level if you haven't already.

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janey
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posted October 22, 1999 01:29 PM           
It's hard to say... Ivan makes a lot of boards, but some of 'em like HAHAHA are just plain stupid... Crystal's "hard" boards are really stupid and no fun... I'd say Ivan or Kinetic Pain

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Karel Vanackere
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posted October 25, 1999 06:31 AM           
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Karel Vanackere
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posted October 26, 1999 05:26 AM           
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The Crazy Cucumber
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posted October 26, 1999 03:28 PM           
Whoa, looking on the high-score list Karel, you DOMINATE! Maybe I'll have to do something about that... :-)

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Karel Vanackere
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posted October 26, 1999 05:53 PM           
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The Crazy Cucumber
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posted October 27, 1999 06:19 PM           
Karel, I havn't made any boards... maybe I will sometime. I'm trying to beat your scores for Kinetic Pain's boards as we speek... but they are very good scores. I'm not very good at getting high scores, as I can't handle playing with the mini padle

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Karel Vanackere
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posted October 28, 1999 03:39 AM           
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Stacey
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posted November 20, 1999 09:15 PM           
Karel:

I really like your boards. Dxball.org just posted my first attempts; Lightning (hard on the eyes), Heavy Metal and Deck the Walls. I read your post about not liking exploding bricks after I created my first 3. Next time, I'll keep that in mind

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Karel Vanackere
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posted November 22, 1999 03:55 AM           
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Karel Vanackere
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posted November 22, 1999 04:13 AM           
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Karel Vanackere
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posted November 22, 1999 05:45 PM           
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Stacey
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posted November 23, 1999 11:02 PM           
Thank you so much for the vote of confidence Karel! I am so addicted to the game, but my high scores don't come close to anyone else's yet. I'm learning a lot of ways to boost the score though; using the small ball and paddle, etc.

They might be holding off Deck the Walls till December, I made it especially for the Christmas holiday.

I just submitted 'Industrialization', another 25 ball set with bricks that look like rubber and plastic. My sister can't play it on her 133 for some reason, I'm hoping no one else has that problem; it's my favorite.

Once again, thank you very much for the compliments. I really enjoy making them, so much in fact, I was almost late for work the other day because I stayed up till 3:00 AM making boards. Your comments make it all worth it!

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Karel Vanackere
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posted November 24, 1999 03:18 AM           
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Stacey
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posted November 24, 1999 11:41 AM           
You made it to board 16 already? Geez, next one I make will be a bit more tough

I know you're not fond of the exploding bricks, if you have any other suggestions please let me know.

I got some new plugins for PSP the other day, I'll be giving them a workout after the holidays.

Thanks for the heads up about .org.

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Karel Vanackere
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posted November 24, 1999 04:40 PM           

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Trent
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posted November 25, 1999 05:09 PM           
hi

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zak
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posted November 28, 1999 11:50 PM           
Denise is back and has a lot of submitted boards to post. Really great boards and bricks.

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