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    Having Problems With Elf Bowling, Need Serious Help™

    Everytime I play this game on my current computer, everything just goes too damn fast that I can never knock out any elves anymore. This used to run fine on my Pentium II 266 MHz machine a few years ago.

    Okay, this is a dummy thread because I just wanted to post here for the first time.

    Better yet:

    Who of you here still play Elf Bowling?

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    Elf Bowling!?

    ...I missed that one!

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    Memories, not a sound in the moonlight....
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    I remember elf bowling. I liked that game. I think I lost it a few reformats back. It ran fine on my k6-2 450. I don't have it anymore, other wise I would try it on my athlon 850. Do you know where you can download it?

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    I kicked some elf butt in that game!

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    cbrsurfr,

    I e-mailed it to you.

    Does that mean it's warez?
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    Hmm I don't know. If you don't tell, I won't. Thanks It is more difficult to play on a faster system. I got 2 strikes. I used to be able to do much better.

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    I could probably kick your Elf Bowling ***!

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    Toolbox - could you do me a favor and mail elf bowling to me please? zodder@rochester.rr.com Thanks!
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    WOW........could I have it too PLEAZ , hope this isn't called piracy. I just want it to C if I can figure out how to make it go slower. Is it a dos type o'game ?
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    I guess you just have to underclock your computers to run the game slower...

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    I waz just bout to mention the same. I know there was this little tool I use to have with my p100 wich slowed you PC for the older games. Just can't remember its name.
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    Get it here:
    www.nstorm.com/games/elfbowl.cfm

    Also one program was moslo to "underclock" the cpu

    Axe :-)

    [This message has been edited by Axe (edited 08-18-2000).]

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    Good link buddy... good link.
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    Thanks, Toolbox.
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