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*06/01/20: '''''[[Roland Goes Rescuing]]''''', a new game by [[:User:ZoeRobinson|Zoë Robinson]], is released
 
*01/10/19: '''Pinball Dreams''', new game by the Batman Group
 
*01/10/19: '''Pinball Dreams''', new game by the Batman Group
 
*07/08/19: '''[[FutureOS]]''', Apps and Wallpaper update
 
*07/08/19: '''[[FutureOS]]''', Apps and Wallpaper update
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*02/07/18: Uploaded [[Media:Manual_parados_espanol.pdf|ParaDOS Manual in Spanish]] (pdf)
 
*02/07/18: Uploaded [[Media:Manual_parados_espanol.pdf|ParaDOS Manual in Spanish]] (pdf)
 
*06/06/18: We now have a list of [[Missing software]] to enhance the community's archival program
 
*06/06/18: We now have a list of [[Missing software]] to enhance the community's archival program
*31/05/18: [[Hangman|The Equalizor]] releases his [[RomboRedux|Rombo Redux]]
 
 
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