SSI's classic Computer Baseball manual - documentation available via e-mail by request

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Someone had requested I scan the manual for my boxed copy of SSI's classic Computer Baseball (Apple, Atari, C-64, Amiga, etc.). I scanned the manual, the Famous World Series Matchups guide and the Offense and Defense options cards. I didn't scan the Amiga-specific special instructions.

If you're interested in obtaining your own copy (JPG's in a zipped directory), just shoot me an e-mail and I'll e-mail it back to you (2.67MB).

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I know it's not a help, but

I know it's not a help, but you can play the Apple II version of Dnieper River Line in your browser: http://www.virtualapple.org/dneiperriverlinedisk.html

I have not seen the PC version myself, obviously. I'm not sure if it's a BASIC program or not, as many of the early Avalon Hill titles were. Also, I'm unsure of the copy protection, so I don't know how easy it would be to transfer from 5.25" disk to something else.

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Avalon Hill's Dnieper River Line (PC!!)

I have the PC version of Dnieper River Line, but I can't seem to find a way to get it copied over. I know it is very rare as all I have every found are the Commodore and Apple versions. Any suggestions? I'd like to see if I can get this working with DOSBOX. Thanks!

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Avalon Hill's Dnieper River Line playing piece scans

Someone had requested that I scan the playing pieces for Avalon Hill's Dnieper River Line (Apple II, Commodore PET, TRS-80, etc.). I scanned both unpunched counter sets and the map board. I didn't scan the manual or registration card or anything like that. If you want what I scanned, just shoot me an e-mail.

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