11 posts • joined 2 Jul 2009
They've made the code more readable and more maintainable - which is fantastic as it'll be far easier to understand, extend and debug.
That's the reason. Fair play to them.
miserable (old) bastards
you bunch of miserable bastards - seriously just get a life and stop moaning. Don't like london? Fine, dont go there.
Dont wanna work in london?
Fine dont work there.
Just shut the hell up and enjoy what life you do have and stop posting on websites moaning about things constantly.
Yokel tossers (joke!)
Love it love love it!!!!!
I'll never forget the first time I played this at a friends house sometime in the early 80's...a year or two later I had my own spectrum + and this was one of my first games. Still love it now though its not so easy to play on the ipad or iphone!!!
I haven't seen some of those those levels in the screenshot's above for 25 years...wow I'm old.
kids today with their Xboxes and Playstations don't know they've been born!!
Ah nostalgia for the good ol' days :)
"Lord Sebastian Coe, who is the chairman of the Games, has said that a resale website would be made available at some point next year"
OK, maybe I should've researched things a bit better before buying twice as many tickets as I can afford/wife would've let me
The exact same thing happened to my brother last week - for £800+. I asked him what (his now changed) password was and it was pretty unguessable.
Also got zero response from apple, he's now only going to add money to his itunes accounts via gift cards bought in shops, so he never has to store his card details with them ever again.
Incidently when I tried to remove my card details from itunes it wouldn't let me.
So my rich bosses dont have to pay the 1% ride in national insurance but I do?
Cnuts the lot of 'em...
No, its not aimed at idiots, its aimed at people who want to surf the web/watch tv and read books without getting a bulky laptop out. (er...or a book, obviously)
I wont replace my macbook with one, but for chilling out on the sofa surfin while the missis hogs the laptop/tv then its great, and I'd consider one if I had the spare cash.
Will wait for the next version in truth...assuming I like it when I have a play in PCWorld in a few months :)
Techie geeks please shut up - ITS NOT AIMED AT YOU NOW PEE OFF AND GET A GIRLFRIEND!!!!
By 'ordinary' you mean 'sh*t' right?
Vespa must be quaking in their boots...when will the japanese ever learn?!!?!?
To the Anonymous Coward at the top of these comments slating cyclists and motorcyclists - I think you'll find it's car/van/truck drivers who are responsible for 90% of collissions with motorcyclists in urban areas - they dont look or indicate as they are in a tin box with airbags you see.
And while I'm sure they do happen, I've never heard of a motorcyclist killing a cyclist, you daily mail reading muppet.
HTCrap, NonceKia, Samwrong, etc
Everything applemicrosoftgooglecantbebotheredwritinganymore blah blah blah is rubbish, I'm the best, and am clerverer than you, etc etc etc, blah blah blah, you're wrong, I'm right, and I'm letting you know it in as bitter and twisted way as I can.
My 3gs works fine, and is the best phone I've ever had times a hundred. I'm sorry, but it is (so far, though the anti fingerprint coating couldve been better)
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