Open Weekend - Deer Season +1 trainer

Open Weekend - Deer Season +1 trainer

Open Weekend - Deer Season +1 trainer

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         Open Weekend - Deer Season +1 Trainer by MUG U.K(tm)
 Release Date: 28/01/2000
 OK, I admit it .. this must rank as the worst two cases of game
 design and implementation that I've seen in a long time.
 What makes it much worse is that I know someone who paid money for
 these games and actually gets some enjoyment out them!  Ah well ..
 c'est la vie.
 So as a request I've trained both games that he's bought (as they
 seem to use the same game engine) .. so if you like this kind of
 dross, you can now play the game with infinite ammo.  Meanwhile I
 am going to try and convert my mate into Quake 3 and similar kinds
 of games :)  Wish me luck!
 If any magazine in the UK would like to hire me as a permenant
 trainer creator then get in touch!! I also have an article/tutorial
 available for publication for your readers on how to make trainers
 such as this one.
 Trainer Statistics
 Trainer made with: Trainer Maker Kit v1.5
 Values hunted down with: Magic Trainer Creator v1.27
 Graphics ripped and altered with: Paint Shop Pro 5
 Logos created with: Imagestyler
 Calling other trainer makers
 If there are any other trainer authors who would like to have the
 source files used in this trainer (or any of the others that I have
 designed) then email me.  Please include working examples of your
 own trainers plus relevant work files (i.e. what program were they
 designed in?).  E-mail me:
 I am currently without a proper internet connection, so the web
 page I am working on for all my trainers is not uploadable at the
 present time.
This trainer has been verified and it
'works'. If you find any difficulties
please refer to the documentation that
comes with the trainer (if there is any)
or it must be due to the version
differences of the game that was used
for creating this trainer and the version
you are using.

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