A quick favour of people in exotic locales...

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by princec, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. princec

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    If any of you are living in a locale* that isn't UK or US English, I'd be eternally grateful if you could quickly give Droid Assault a quick spin and tell me if it works. If you've got a previous version installed you may have to uninstall it first. No need for feedback if it works ok (unless you wish to heap praise or criticism anyway), just let me know if it fails to run. Thanks!

    Cas :)
     
  2. BarrySlisk

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    I am a little confused. Do you want the feedback or not?

    Well, I'm from exotic Denmark, it ran, I was too stupid to play it.
     
  3. Pogacha

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    Argentina - working.
     
  4. princec

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    Feedback is always welcome :) But in this case, not strictly necessary beyond "it doesn't work" :D

    Cas :)
     
  5. DayDream

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    Australia - looks good and works fine!
     
  6. GMarkou

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    Greece - works fine.
     
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    Brazil - works.
     
  8. Desktop Gaming

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    No sure if this is 'exotic' or not, but it works fine in Windows XP German, in VMWare, on an English iMac.
     

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