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wearecity

Member Since 26 Apr 2003
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In Topic: Shit Start to 2019

16 February 2019 - 10:05 am

I too have a work colleague who went from supposedly nothing wrong, looking forward to Xmas, to having a brain tumour.

 

I'm approaching 50 (June 2020) and in the past few years, have really woken up to the fact, that we aren't immortal. We don't know what our future holds, but I'm hoping to be able to retire in my mid 50's, because I want to be able to live life to the full while I'm still able bodied and strong enough and not to be tied down to having to get up for work, but to get out there and see and do stuff.

 

I urge anyone reading this even in their 20's and 30's to start to get out their and enjoy life, but also think about later life and start to prepare. By the time you get to 50, you'll not be able to claim a pension from the government at all, the way things seem to be going. Do you really want to be at somebody's beck and call and being tied into working in your 60's and 70's.


In Topic: Games not working oin 5.1 MFME

14 February 2019 - 09:56 am

v5.0 and v5.1 were released at The Mecca. https://www.fruitemu...me-development/

 

It was after v6.1 was released that things moved to Desertislandfruits 

 

As others have said, to get any layout released pre November 2016 working in v6.1, you'll need to load it into v5.1 first. When you close the layout, it will save it in a .fml file format, which will be openable in v6.1 and beyond. Anything released from November 2016 will work or at least load in v6.1, even if the layout itself has for some reason become broken.


In Topic: Mazooma's Bank Roll 15 Dx (Mute)

10 February 2019 - 03:32 pm

Looking forward to it, I don't think I've ever played or even seen this machine before.


In Topic: Magical birthday in the house

09 February 2019 - 10:34 am

Have a great one Wizard.


In Topic: {MPU4}Danger Zone

04 February 2019 - 11:22 am

Thanks for this, another gem emulated.

 

Like with Frank n Stein, this was one machine, I would turn to if I was running low on funds. Always seemed to give a bit more play for your money than a lot of other machines of the time.