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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Feb 25, 2004 - 08:17 PM
  Let's Chat...
At one time, I had posted my Instant Messaging info, but haven't done so in a while. If anyone is ever inclined to chat, my info is listed below.

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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Feb 25, 2004 - 09:52 AM
  Two New Replay Baseball Seasons Shipping!
Hi everyone,

I'd like to announce two brand-new Replay Baseball seasons are now available for immediate delivery, the 1923 Negro National League season and the 2003 season.

As far as we're aware, the 1923 NNL season is the very first full-league complete season from the Negro leagues ever presented for the tabletop!

Painstakingly researched over the past five years, this yearbook features every Negro National League hitter who batted at least 10 times, along with every pitcher who threw a pitch that season, along with our exclusive ballpark ratings. Much more information about the players and teams that season is included, including as-played schedules, complete in-season roster moves, team writeups and more.

The 2003 season yearbook is a our largest to-date, with ratings for every batter with at least 20 AB and every pitcher with at least 20 IP.

You can order your copy of either above season today by visiting our website at http://www.replaybb.com

Thanks!

Pete Ventura
Replay Publishing
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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Feb 12, 2004 - 08:22 AM
  Fast Action Horse Racing Goes Computerized
Pat Premo posted this at Delphi:

The computerized version of my Fast-Action Horse Racing Game will be available for sale March 1, 2004! For those who don't know, Gary Stishan has done the programming and I think fans will be well pleased. All 4,300+ of the horses in the board game will be included, as well as all the options, etc, found in the board game. Other options are also included. Pre-set Dream Races for every breed are also included. You can bet o­n your favorites. You can stage up to 100 runnings of the same race instantaneously, if you like.

The 2003 season is not yet done, but for those who buy the computer game now, the 2003 season will be e-mailed to you FREE as soon as it is finished. I am still gathering info from some of the lesser known breeds! Some have yet to name their 2003 champions!!!

The Computer Version sells for $32 postpaid. The board game is $30 ppd. Both games are $54 ppd. Priority shipping is $4 extra per order. These prices are all for US orders.

I now have a new pricing structure for all my games -- along with a new brochure detailing everything. Basically, when you buy a particular sport, you get everything rather than having to buy parts. Thus, for example, Pro Football now sells for $30 but you get NFL, CFL, plus all the other leagues all for o­ne low price.

My new e-mail address is <A href="mailto:ppremo@eznet.net.">ppremo@eznet.net.</A> Mail all orders to:

Patrick Premo
1250 Chipmonk Rd.
Allegany, NY 14706

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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Feb 12, 2004 - 05:41 AM
  Superstar Wrestling Comes to the PC
I recevied a mail from John this week informing me that he is working o­n a computerized version of Superstar Wrestling.  The game is still in the Alpha stage, but the latest build is looking fantastic.  The game stays true to the boardgame, and even keeps the "feel" of a board game o­n the computer.  Even better, the game offers the ability to play over the 'net.

Can anyone say, Tabletop-Sports Wrestling League? :)

The project is open-source and can be found at:  <A title=http://pws.berlios.de href="http://pws.berlios.de/">http://pws.berlios.de</A>

Give the latest demo a try!
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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Feb 05, 2004 - 04:22 PM
  New College Football Set
Francis Rose posted this at Delphi:

The Sports Game Publishing 2003 college football card set includes the top 16 teams in college football as determined by BCS rankings. The SGP 2003 college football card set includes 36 player cards for each of the 16 teams. The card set also includes some exciting and helpful bonuses for the APBA football fan:
--A complete roster sheet and player list
--16 custom-printed team envelopes for card storage
--A comprehensive guide to the rules differences between college and the pros, along with recommendations o­n how to incorporate them into your board game

This card set is perfect for setting up your own bracket and playing off your own college bowl playoff series. The SGP 2003 college football card set is produced in the standard SGP format--nine color cards per page, perforated for easy separation.

The 576-card set is priced at $44.95 and is available for ordering immediately o­n the SGP web site (link below), by mail, or by phone.
Francis Rose
APBA compatible products at:<A href="http://www.sportsgamepublishing.com/" target=_blank>
www.sportsgamepublishing.com</A><A href="http://www.apbastuff.com/" target=_blank>
www.apbastuff.com</A>

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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Feb 03, 2004 - 10:33 AM
  New Season for Box Seat Baseball

We are now shipping the 1964 American League. 

This latest season of BSB contains the latest in optional BSB ratings (DP, Wild Pitch, Individual Bunt, and a new more basic fatigue system) along with our unique pitcher/batter interaction and depth and variability in play results, base runner advance and ball park affects.  This single league offering is an inexpensive way to try out BSB. 

You can visit our website <A href="http://www.btdowning.addr.com">http://www.btdowning.addr.com</A> or our Forum <A href="http://forums.delphiforums.com/boxseatbaseball">http://forums.delphiforums.com/boxseatbaseball</A> to learn more. 

Thanks for your time!

Tom Downing

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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Jan 17, 2004 - 06:49 AM
  Wanna Play Some One-on-One?
Time Travel Games have released a new one-on-one basketball game.

Here are the details from Anthony of Time Travel Games:

For those of you interested, a brief sales pitch; I want to let you know we're selling a new game called One on One, which is a basketball game that allows you to create the one on one playground experience with basketball stars.

The game comes with over 300 players, from early pioneers of the cage era (Pop Gates, John Wooden)to all the usual suspects (Michael, Shaq, Wilt), from playground legends (Earl The Goat Manigault, Joe Hammond, Pee Wee Kirkland)to international players (Oscar, Sergei Belov)to even some of the Harlem Globetrotters(Curly Neal, Meadowlark Lemon). Even LaBron and Carmello are included.

The players are rated for everything: ability to create shots, shooting, blocks/steals, hustle, foul drawing, defense, rebounding, dunking and defense against, etc. Many have "signature columns" where they will execute their strengths, such as David Thompson's dunking, or World B. Free's high, arcing jumper.

Players choose from five offensive options which they are all rated for: Jumper, Back-In/Low Post, Power Move down the lane, Shake and Bake (creating a shot), and Driving for a layup/dunk.

Game preperation takes about 5 minutes to do a few calculations, and playing a game takes about 20 minutes; less, if Jordan or Wilt are playing. Cost is only $10.00 plus 2.00 postage and handling, 12.00 total. It's not on our website yet, so e-mail me directly at jakemotta@aol.com with questions, comments, orders.

Anthony Apostolico
www.timetravelgames.com
jakemotta@aol.com
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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Jan 17, 2004 - 06:44 AM
  Diamond Action Baseball
There is a new baseball game available at a really great price

Here are the details from the game's creator:

I have invented a baseball game called Diamond Action. It is sort of a cross between Program IV and Extra Innings. The game requires three dice which are not included. You are given instructions on how to rate players from stats.

Only two rated teams are included.

Please send me $2 for S&H and I will send you the game. Send $2 to: Charles Kinzie, 361 Sunrise St., Placentia, CA 92870
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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Dec 24, 2003 - 06:18 AM
  Happy Holidays to All!
I hope everyone has a joyous Holiday Season and a great New Year!
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Posted by: jdowneyadmin on Dec 11, 2003 - 02:59 PM
  New Mixed Martial Arts Game!
I wanted to tell everyone that for the first time, there is a mixed martial arts board game. You can play matches with the greatest fighters from around the world using Japanese, American, or Vale Tudo rules. We have been selling it for just a couple of weeks and we've been getting very good response. The game sells for just under $20 (including s&h). You can read all the details about it at: <A href="http://strikeorsubmit.tripod.com./" target=_blank>http://strikeorsubmit.tripod.com.</A>

Here is a sample match played with Strike or Submit:

Josh Barnett vs. Randy Couture (American Championship Fight Rules)

Our final fight of the evening would be a rematch from an earlier championship fight in America that resulted in a storm of controversy. The first controversy came from the finish of the fight, where many claimed the referee intervened to end the bout in Barnetts favor too early. The second controversy came after the fight, when Barnetts pre-match steroid test came back positive, yet the result of the fight was never changed to a No Contest. Both fighters still held bitter feelings over the match and the events surrounding it, so there score would be settled in S!O!S!

Barnett started the payback match off with a tactic employed by many of our fighters tonight: attempt to surprise an opponent who is thought to be a better wrestler with a takedown. And like most of the other attempts, this o­ne failed as well. Barnett did not let it discourage his attack, however, as he launched a high kick against Couture that, unfortunately for Josh, Randy caught and took him down off of. o­n the ground, Couture exhibited his strength by pushing the larger Barnett up against the cage and beginning to pound him. Barnett tried to defend, but Coutures punches were getting through; in fact, they were scoring so well that Barnett was soon sporting a nasty cut o­n his forehead! The doctor checked the cut, but Barnett pleaded with him to be able to continue and assured him that he could see fine, which probably was not true. Restarted in the guard, Couture mixed elbows with his punches. Barnett tried to escape to the up position, but Couture blocked his effort and continued pounding as the round ended.

Round o­ne Scoring: 10-8 Couture

Couture began the second round by copying the approach that had worked so well for him in his previous fights. Knowing that Barnett was looking for the takedown, Couture hoped to surprise him by punching first, then shooting the takedown. The strategy worked to perfection; Couture scored with a right cross and followed it with an immediate takedown. Trying to avoid Randys ground and pound, Barnett attempted a triangle choke. Couture worked through the hold, got in close and began butting Barnett with shoulder rams. Barnett, however, showing much more vigor than he had in the first round, pushed Couture away and escaped to the up position. Back standing, Couture moved in and was successful with another cross, but Barnett struck back with an assault of big punches! Couture looked wobbly, but he managed to defend against a follow-up Barnett takedown attempt and hold o­n until the conclusion of the round.

Round Two Scoring: 10-9 Barnett

At the start of the third, Couture seemed to have shaken off the effects of the previous round and perhaps mentally strengthened by the fact that he had been hit by some of his foes biggest blows and survived, he showed no hesitancy in throwing and landing another right hand. Surprisingly, Barnett responded to the punch with another takedown attempt, and even more surprisingly, it worked! Barnett now had a chance to punish Couture with his own ground and pound, the same tactic he had employed to beat Randy in the first fight. Couture, aware of the danger he was in, wrapped Barnett up and refused to let go until much to Barnetts chagrin, the referee stood them up. Barnett attempted another takedown, but lightning would not strike twice, as Couture blocked it and retaliated with yet another right cross. Couture then shot in with a takedown of his own and succeeded. Now it was Barnett turn to play the stall game, as he clinched with Couture until the referee was forced to o­nce again restart the fighters standing, with an admonishment for their lack of ground activity. With the final seconds of the phase ticking away, Barnett tried to steal the round (and possibly end the fight) with another attack of punches! While the crowd cheered for the heavy shots being thrown, Couture was able to block all of them until the sounding of the horn.

Round Three Scoring: 10-9 Couture

In between rounds, the appearance of the fighters in their corners was a stark contrast. Couture still seemed relatively fresh, while Barnett looked like the proverbial damaged goods. Barnett may have fought better as the fight went o­n, but the effects of the beating he took in the first round seemed to linger, and Coutures continuous right hands were doing nothing to help him.

For the beginning of the fourth round, Couture sensed that his opponent was almost finished, and moved in for another right hand that snapped Barnetts head back. Barnett dove in at Coutures legs, but like he had been doing for much of the fight, Couture blocked the takedown. Couture then tried a takedown of his own in the version of a slam, but Barnett managed to keep his feet; the effort Barnett exerted in doing so, though, seemed to sap strength from his already nearly empty reserve. Valiantly, Barnett fought o­n, but saw another try at a takedown and a clinch that was followed with knees blocked by Couture. At this point, with a nearly fresh opponent staring him down and stopping everything he threw at him, Barnett bravely made o­ne last stand, motioning for Couture to, Come o­n! and then recklessly charging forward while throwing punches. Couture, in a bit of gallantry of his own, did not give ground to Barnett, eating Barnetts desperate punches before responding with his own shots. Couture then clinched Barnett behind the head and began to dirty box him, feeding his adversary a steady stream of short uppercuts until a bloodied, battered, and exhausted Barnett slumped against the side of the cage. The referee interjected himself to stop the fight, and with no controversy to speak of, Couture had avenged the biggest loss of his career.

WINNER: Couture via TKO (Punches) in Round 4

Once again, you can order the game by clicking here: <A href="http://strikeorsubmit.tripod.com./" target=_blank>http://strikeorsubmit.tripod.com</A>

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