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Discussion in 'Games' started by EdGreene, Oct 17, 2003.

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  1. EdGreene

    EdGreene Banned Thread Starter

    Jan 5, 2003
    I am part of a consultant group designing a training program for gaming.

    Our basic training technique requires a gaming CD. We early on decided on Activision's "Gambling Tycoon", one of their "Tycoon" series. "Gambling Tycoon" is one of the earliest versions in the Tycoon series.

    We've tried to communicate our desire to license copies of "GT" to include them with our training package. Up to now, we've had absolutely no luck (since August-2003) contacting a live person or get a response from their corporate headquarters.

    Can anyone help here? Does anyone know of a comparably inclusive gaming CD that comes close to duplicating "GT"s rich gaming menu?
    *Neither "Gambling Tycoon" or drivers for it appear on their (Activision)s website.
    **"Gambling Tycoon" can only be found in a few stores on the Internet.
    ***We will probably need 600 or more legal copies of "GT" by February.
    ****The "Free" CDs from online Casinos suck- big time.

    You can contact me offlist: [email protected]
  2. buddhafabio


    Aug 5, 2002
    got this from activision web site:

    This is an Activision Value title. We do not support the titles that say this. Their contact information is:

    Support in North America ONLY:
    Hours: Monday 1pm - 4pm CST / Tuesday - Thursday 10am - 4pm CST
    Email: [email protected]
    Phone: (952) 918-9500
    Phone: (952) 918-9400 (Press 0 to get Operator)

    Website: www.activisionvalue.com

    Support in other regions:
    Email: [email protected]
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