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Re: [vox-tech] windows question (i think)



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On Sunday, November 25 2001 02:39 pm, you wrote:
> i just downloaded a file named "sim_ant.smc".
>
> linux identifies it as a "lif file" (which may or may not be relevent).
>
> does anybody know what the smc suffix means on windows?
>
> pete

It's probaly a ROM image of the Super Nintendo game 'Sim Ant'
.smc is usualy used for super nintendo ROM images. There is a linux native 
port of zsnes ( look on http://zsnes.sf.net/ ) that you can use to play it if 
you wish.

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