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PN's Hallowe'en page header

decomplexity
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PN's Hallowe'en page header

No problems at all with this but please PN remember to take it down when Hallowe'en is over. Remember 1st November is the run up to Remembrance Day when fields of crosses mean something rather different. But perhaps PN does remember and has a poppy ready for tomorrow's header instead.
Zen from May 17. PN Business account from 2004 - 2017
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PN's Hallowe'en page header

Probably Fireworks first though as Bonfire Night comes before rememberance day.
vic_newey
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PN's Hallowe'en page header

It looks like something from the Sinclair ZX era Tongue
shellsong
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PN's Hallowe'en page header

Ah, right Vic, I was wondering what it reminded me of although I can't remember the name of it! It was a platform game with a graveyard sequence that I'm thinking of in the Jill of the Jungle, Commander Keen or Cosmo's Cosmic Adventures style

In my case it would have been on an Enterprise 128 or maybe an AT PC
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PN's Hallowe'en page header

There was a "Chriller" game (dont think connected with MJ although it uses the music from Thriller) that involved crosses and graveyards.

http://www.mobygames.com/game/zx-spectrum/chiller_

Possible?
thejudge
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PN's Hallowe'en page header

Well, I thought it was a very nice touch to put an animated picture of the +Net Complaints Department on the site!

:lol: