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Germany (Mainz)Dirkimops

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dirkimopsgmx.de

Fri Jun 25, 2004 6:29 am   Post subject: Did anybody notice ruben? Not logged in.

Three number ones within 27 hours - in Homelands! One of them is a clear number one (in level 6). I'm impressed and suppose my (not very numerous) days in the Top 10 are counted. I'm just wondering why he wasn't that successful when he played BD4 some time ago. Maybe some training in Mexico? Ruben, what happened to you?
Australia (WA)Wil

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wilamristar.com.au

Fri Jun 25, 2004 11:30 am   Post subject: Not logged in.

Looks like you did! I'm both surprised, impressed and happy anout this one. I thought there was trouble when I saw your post but all seems well.... we have a gun player who's discovered bd4. This means more competition. Looks like some of the puzzle and speed type levels will have new high scores given these scores. As for the rankings, once ruben makes level 80 (at the current rate) I'd suggest they'll be 15th in the rankings. With a little work the top ten will be reached ....

Maybe ruben will get some new 1000 pointers. :

Having been around since 2000 ruben's either found a new bd4 desire or has guests over .... Norway's is pretty close to Finland right :

Germany (Mainz)Dirkimops

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dirkimopsgmx.de

Fri Jun 25, 2004 1:18 pm   Post subject: Not logged in.

Hey, asarkila, what about a short visit to Germany, too?
It's not that far away from Finland and my technique of snapping gems and running away in another direction needs some improvement. :
Australia (WA)Wil

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wilamristar.com.au

Mon Jun 28, 2004 8:29 am   Post subject: Not logged in.

Who said it was asarkila?
Germany (Mainz)Dirkimops

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dirkimopsgmx.de

Mon Jun 28, 2004 2:06 pm   Post subject: Not logged in.

Nobody said that, but it's so obvious.
Ups, I forgot a smiley, just like you. :
Finlandasarkila

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ari.sarkilahtigmail.com

Tue Jun 29, 2004 8:09 am   Post subject: Not logged in.

Don't take credit away from this guy, I have nothing to do with this.
It's been a loooooong time since someone "highscored" in Homelands.
Congrats Ruben, keep up the good work.
Oh, just so that I don't forget : : : :
Norwayruben

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spaanspvv.org

Thu Jul 1, 2004 2:45 pm   Post subject: Not logged in.

Hello! How amusing it is to check the forum and suddenly find a thread about me. :

It's hard to say why I suddenly started to play BD4 seriously. I played a little back in 2000 and wanted to play more back then, but I had only dialup at home and worked a lot of overtime. I had completed another game a week ago, so I needed to play another game... I checked out BD4 again and realised that one of the level sets contained the levels from Emerald Mine, which was my definitive favourite game on the Amiga, that gave additional fuel to my motivation.

I'll try my best to get a better ranking, more #1's and 1000 pointers and less than 3 years between each time I revisit the game. :
Australia (WA)Wil

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wilamristar.com.au

Fri Jul 2, 2004 7:24 am   Post subject: Not logged in.

Hey, good to hear from you. I'm pretty impressed with the assault you've made on the high scores and particularly worried about the teamwork effort. Keith and I (PKWA) just (as he put it) came out of retirement a week or two ago and have been playing the new level sets starting with Tropical. It seems we have some serious competition in Farmlands ... and some catching up to do after you effort yesterday.

On behalf of everyone good luck finidng new 1000 pointers.... but not so much luck beating all the other scores. It looks like ruben will get to number two today and be chasing asarkila for the numebr one spot. He's having a bit of a break but hopefully he'll respond to this challenge. I do know that the Farmlands scores are a little bit underdone, but it does not seem that this will be the case in the future.

I'd suggest breaking for a little and compeleting the other level sets which are good fun. From the looks of it the entire Tropical set will not take long to get through (less than a day?, hmm, maybe that's a challenge : ).

Enjoy the game and thanks for the competition... that's what it's all about. :