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Wario Bros
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« on: September 23, 2010, 02:15:46 PM »

I'm pretty sure you guys have heard of the Commodore 64 game "The Great Giana Sisters".  If not, back in 1987, some German company named Rainbow Arts made this game but was removed very quickly off the shelves after Nintendo sued the company for plagiarizing the classic "Super Mario Bros."  

To my surprise in 2009, a sequel to the game called "Giana Sisters DS" (still plays like a SMB game) was released but was sold in Europe for a short time, thus being hard to track down (but you can still get this since it has been ported to the iPhone and iPod Touch titled "Giana Sisters iPhone")

I'm planning to rip the original Giana Sisters game (whenever I get to it), but there is no way I'll have the time (or the experience) to rip a DS game with 84 levels.  Is there anybody wanting to rip this please?  I mean, the game is only 6 MB so it won't be hard to rip compared to New Super Mario Bros.  If you do accept this request, I can give you a game save (played on an R4DS) where the first file has been completed 100% that you can go back to any level any time (but still make a new file since there is an intro level that can ONLY be played when you start a new file).

So who's up for it?
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