Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror

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Re: Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror

Post by leenew » Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:11 am

Cool. Thanks Tom.

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Re: Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror

Post by Michael Brown » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:03 pm

Cheers too Tom!

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Re: Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror

Post by tom_seddon » Thu Sep 27, 2018 12:04 am

Done - get it here: http://ffe3.com/beeb/DoctorWhoAndTheMinesOfTerror.zip - in the interests of not waiting forever for my ancient scanner, it's just the pages with English language BBC Micro stuff on them, and some ancillary bits, and at 150dpi.

(I did a test scan at 600dpi, and one single page was 55MBytes when zipped, so that put me off too :))

I rotated everything so you can read it on screen, but didn't do any actual editing. The map is about 50% longer than a piece of A4, so I scanned it in 4 pieces, but there should be enough overlap that you can figure out how it all fits together.

Judging by the manifest on the back of the box, my copy had everything except for the secret decoder card. (I know I used to have it! - and I doubt I'd have deliberately ever thrown it out. So it may yet turn up, and I'll scan it if it does.)

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Re: Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror

Post by vanekp » Thu Sep 27, 2018 4:00 am

Thanks Tom for the scans of the documentation :D
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Re: Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror

Post by Michael Brown » Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:33 am

Fantastic!
I will check these against those on my Disc027 asap and see if there are any noticable changes.

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