I think the AI wasnt happy when I beat it!!!!! :lol:
So say we all
8th March 2005
How did that happen?
The cake is a lie.There is no cake.
13th November 2004
Some sort of large hammer object, I'm guessing...
known before as paulhanselluk
26th June 2005
what a waste .......
Armadafleet Command staff
25th August 2002
yes what a waste as there are no more Armada cds being made....
I didnt do it.... My CD drive did..... It just blew up in the drive..... Has destroyed the laser also. I had to take the drive 2 bits to get all the pieces out. Well not fair..........
The 6th Day
7th August 2002
Actually as I've already seen this image I can ellaborate. I've seen this happen once before to a mate of mine. His cd drive overheated and shattered a brand spanking new copy of Elite Force 2.
.....and this is exactly the reason why Istill believe that Activision should release both A1 and A2 as freeware downloadables.
6th February 2005
CD's are surprisingly hard to break, I took to one with a hammer before and I couldn't get it to shatter. (actually, when ditching old computer components have a go at them with a hammer, they are incredibly hard to destroy! I am not anywhere near as cautious adding components now, I figure that if I can't destroy them intentionally with a hammer I am not likely to do it by accident)
I am very impressed with how totally that is destroyed, have you any idea of how you can replicate that effect on another CD ROM? I guess it must have been a stupid amount of power to the laser to a point where it started acting like a Star Wars style laser.
I'm not crazy... Not always
16th May 2005
true freyr, but whiel spinning at high speed in a CD rom the slightest instabilty can rip it to pieces.
thats what happened, the drive must have damaged the disc, then it got caught while spinning at around 40,000 rpm.