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Fruit Pursuit
Publisher: PD / Shareware     Developer: Kieren Hawken
Year of release: 1992

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# 35 - Jun 92

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

Sard wrote ...2006-09-14 20:25:17
ONCE AGAIN.. Kieren Hawken is claiming games he didn't write. This is a Digital Dimension release , and when you start it it says.. "Programming and Game Concept by Mark Pearson, Playability Coordination by Gary Cooke and Graphics by "R4C" Kieren Hawken AKA Walter Mitty has claimed 6 games on this site, and so far 4 of them (see Space Thrust , Classic Invaders and Quizmaster 1.2) are PROVEN not to be his. Someone should remove his credit and ban his ass like the disgrace he is !!
Kieren wrote ...2006-09-06 19:06:43
Thinking about doing a major re-haul on this game and updating it again after finding it in my long time stored away ST collection. I need to get some of the missing code re-done and such. Gonna use the original Mr. Fruity code as a base complete with its Lynx, Fuji and Pacman images and maybe add in some more recet Atari stuff like the Jag!
Kieren Hawken wrote ...2006-02-13 16:28:46
Nice to see one of my games on here! Richard did a few graphical changes but I still think Mr. Fruity was better!
Richard Davey wrote ...2006-02-13 14:05:51
From the author: "I wrote this in STOS in about 1990. There were actully 2 versions of this fruit machine sim. The other was called Mr. Fruity and was released earlier, this was the improved version."
bazfan wrote ...2004-06-30 18:38:33
sounds more like a fruit machine emulator
goa103 wrote ...2003-03-24 17:18:51
Is it the remake of Lode Runner/Fruity Frank ?