New - Series 5 Golf and Team
Psion for the Series 5mx - get both games for £12! See
Introduction/Buying - Patches - Data updates - Reviews - Screenshots
Published by Psion Computers in 1997, Games
Arcade included two of my own games. Screenshots from Team Psion
and Golf are shown below, together with some from Stigma and
Bomz5. The other game on the pack is TacTile.
This pack was designed for the Series 5 'classic' and all
of the games (as supplied, on floppy disk) are virtually unplayable on the
faster Series 5mx palmtop, which debuted in 1999. Hence the speed 'patches'
Games Arcade has now been deleted as a commercial product
and my licensing agreement has been officially terminated. Hence I can now
send out Series 5 Golf and Team Psion to any Series 5mx owners who would like
to buy a copy. The offer price is £12 for both games, by electronic
download. If you'd like to proceed, please either send me a cheque, use PayPal
or use your credit card on the net to register a copy of
my Fairway variant, quoting "GA 5MX OFFER" in the Notes field. The
games will be made available to you within 24 hours.
These small patches replace the original .APP files and
allow Series 5mx owners to play the Games Arcade games at playable speed on the
- Golf and Team Psion. Download
arcade.zip and please read the README.TXT file!
Note also that a special Revo version of Golf is available under
the Fairway brand.
- Stigma. Download Stigma5mx.zip from here and put the files into
\system\apps\stigma5, overwriting the original files.
- Bomz5. Download Bomz5.app and put it in the \system\apps\bomz5
folder, overwriting the original file. Note that this is an unofficial patch
from Darren Prescott, but uploaded with Mick
Andon's permission, pending his time in writing an official one!
Herewith the Year 2007
team and driver update databases for Team Psion. Just put the two .dbf
files in your main \System\Apps\TeamPsion folder, overwriting the previous
You might like to subscribe to
Palmtop magazine, which did an in-depth
review of the whole pack in Issue 15.
John Woodthorpe has
done a review on the web.
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