View Full Version : Possible Alternative TLM Download Server

08-31-2002, 11:07 PM
I just buggered FilePlanet to put Teenage Lawn Mower up on their servers. They have a form which you can suggest files that they put on their servers, where you type in the name, author, file descriptions and so on. I did so, basically copying the information on the 'Our Products' section and the TLM page. So (hopefully) it'll be up at FilePlanet in a few days.

Also, you might want to try e-mailing other web sites (bluesnews.com, shacknews.com, and so on). At least Blue's and Shack both have file servers, so maybe you could convince them to mirror TLM too http://www.rtsoft.com/ib3/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif

While searching FilePlanet to see if TLM was up there already or not, I found another lawn mowing game. I was amazed that anyone else could ever think of such a... unique idea ;)

Lawn Mower Demo (http://fpweb1.fileplanet.com/files/80000/89365.shtml)

And finally, I decided to browse around the old Dink Smallwood web site for a while... and I found that the Files page (where most people would go to download Dink) was filled with completely-dead links. If you could just replace those links with one to this one (http://download.dinksmallwood.net), that would be great. I will update/remove links from that URL around once a month, and the URL will stay the same even if we switch servers or database systems and such, because its basically a forwarding URL.


09-01-2002, 01:08 AM
Ok thanks. I can't use MOST of the big fileservers because places like download.com needs a direct link to the file without any hassle where a place like fileserver shows adds, que's you up and so forth.

Not sure about the other sites though... hmm..

I'm going to do a complete overall of the Dink site and make it match the RTsoft site pretty soon, I'll fix up the download links to link over to dink.

Other lawn mower games - yep I've played that one, also Hover Bover is a pretty good one. Mine is a completely different experience however, being 3d and featuring RPG aspects. (joining cults and such)

09-06-2002, 06:15 PM
Cool, it looks like it is up at FileShack now: http://www.fileshack.com/file.x?fid=1028 . FilePlanet seems to have ignored my inquiry thus far, curses.