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Anonymous 30th August 2008 01:12 PM

written by UberPubert69
i wish i could donate but im only 15 years old and own no credit card and parents dont trust the internet for anything, good luck with your kid zilmar, put family as top priority first then us next. and thanks for making the best emulator ive ever seen and used ;D

Anonymous 31st August 2008 05:16 AM

written by aa
Does this site or download have virises on it please tell me im not getting my computer bugged please reply and answer

Anonymous 31st August 2008 06:58 AM

written by yasin
also ich find super smash broders am besten ;D :D

Anonymous 31st August 2008 06:58 AM

written by yasin
ihr basdarden >:( >:( ;D

Smiff_ 1st September 2008 01:05 PM

don't blame zilmar, he has good reasons for needing time out, i don't. but zilmar has made the effort to get back to me and i want to make the effort to get the next version of pj64 moving again in any way i can.. however! i have a trip previously booked that's going to take me away for another couple of months. xmas 2008/2009 might see things happening again? we'll see. the most important thing is if zilmar and jabo still want to do it and if we still have support (i.e. the users still want a new version). personally, i have a lot of catching up to do but I think we could pick it up again quite quickly if the old team gets back together.. p.s. sorry everyone i should have made things clearer last year but things got depressing for me for various reasons that have little to do pj64 itself. p.p.s yes my personal site is gone due to moving to a cheaper ISP and i should have posted something about that too. but for now i'm just happy to see pj64 isn't over. thanks guys.

Smiff_ 1st September 2008 01:24 PM

on a lighter note.. *my* new baby is a white nintendo DS on which i intend to catch up on nintendo's latest, during my trip. i saw jabo posted about the new zelda games.. and seriously, i think its important to keep enthusiasm for the games too or this work lacks heart somehow? are we getting too old for these games (or playing games in general)? i hope not!

Anonymous 12th September 2008 04:00 AM

written by written by ShadowFX, July 24, 2008
Most of us probably understand your situation. However, I think it should have been fair to have posted something much sooner about your previous 6 months not being enough to get back to your project. People, especially donators, were really, if already, losing hope.

Good luck with your life, as it comes first... second, your work and projects.

HatCat 12th September 2008 11:28 AM

"Most of us probably understand your situation."

Why would you repeat something like that? You can pretend to understand his situation using compassion and pessimism, but none of these things really matter. All of them have side effects. We don't know what thoughts were about people "losing hope." Bear in mind that this is a project hosted online and not a separate religious emphasize only that hope is confused with something as simple as patience.

Anonymous 16th September 2008 05:42 AM

written by tripthemagictroll
I would love to see what new additions to PJ64 are when they are released .And yeah I'm gonna be patient like the rest of the folks should be. Can't imagine any one else would do much better in Zilmar's situation. i been totaly in love with this emulator since i first lyed my eyes on it.ROCK ON!

Anonymous 20th September 2008 06:42 AM

written by Totozinho Do Créu
;DPau no cú desses Americanos que que esses viados tão dizendo eu sou burro não entendo nada. Please sory, I hate d'hity.

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