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1 Post subject: New Tractor Pulling Simulation  PostPosted: Jun 21, 2006 - 02:52 PM
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Experience all of the drama and excitement of professional tractor pulling with Full Pull the new simulation from Downey Games.

Full Pull includes 48 of the best Super Modified tractors from all over the world. The Super Modified Class is unlimited horse power with no restrictions on engines. Many of the top tractors have multiple big block engines or multiple airplane engines.

Full Pull simulates every facet of the sport from mechanical failures to full pulls.

Tractor Pulling is the number 2 most watched motor sport in Europe and the third most attended motor sport in the United States.

Order your copy of Full Pull today!

E-Book: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_21&products_id=174

Printed Game: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_22&products_id=173

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Post subject: RE: New Tractor Pulling Simulation  PostPosted: Jun 21, 2006 - 05:45 PM



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Jeff, you are a machine! I really appreciate the diversity you're bringing to tabletop gaming. Good stuff.

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Post subject: New Tractor Pulling Simulation  PostPosted: Jun 22, 2006 - 01:50 AM
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pwsJohn wrote:
Jeff, you are a machine! I really appreciate the diversity you're bringing to tabletop gaming. Good stuff.

John


I just try to keep going when the creativity strikes. It comes and goes in spurts for me at least. And when it goes, it seems to take a LONG, LONG time to come back. So, I just keep rolling when I can. It could all go away tomorrow! Smile

Thanks for the kind words. I truly appreciate them.

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Post subject: Re: New Tractor Pulling Simulation  PostPosted: Jun 22, 2006 - 09:15 AM



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jdowneyadmin wrote:
I just try to keep going when the creativity strikes. It comes and goes in spurts for me at least.


I can relate to that, Jeff. I started off like a house of fire when I created RWG last summer. Knocked out the Georgia, Mid-Atlantic, WWWF, and AWA sets one right after another. Now I've been kinda stuck working on a Golden Age set and a set of Advanced Rules & Charts for my game. I think the AR&C should finally be ready soon, but I've said that before...lol. It all came very easy to me in the beginning, I got spoiled by thinking it would just remain that easy!

Then I got hit with a mega-dose of creativity about 3 or 4 weeks ago, and a flood of ideas for my original idea for a wrestling game (a long-play game, as opposed to the quick-play RWG) came to me. I had to stop & write everything down, for fear I'd lose those ideas if I didn't!

I gotta tell ya, J.D., I look at all these games you have available, and I have even MORE respect for you than I ever did, because of my own creative efforts & experiences. Thou art indeed a machine!

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Post subject: Re: New Tractor Pulling Simulation  PostPosted: Jun 22, 2006 - 05:08 PM



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jdowneyadmin wrote:
I just try to keep going when the creativity strikes. It comes and goes in spurts for me at least. And when it goes, it seems to take a LONG, LONG time to come back. So, I just keep rolling when I can. It could all go away tomorrow! Smile

I can certainly relate to that. Wink

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Thanks for the kind words. I truly appreciate them.


No problem Jeff. Keep up the good work!

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