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wcpcrazyv11.zip
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Description

W C P C R A Z Y
The Insane Prophecy Patch v1.1
By Alex "Locke" Fong
March 8, 1998

For those who claimed that Prophecy is too easy on NIGHTMARE mode...

* NEW FEATURE - MULTIPLE SHIP CONVERSIONS!

After a few weeks of tinkering with the Prophecy game files, I've heard so
many people saying that they found Prophecy very easy... doesn't that kill
the replay value of the game?  Well, WCPCRAZY is a patch that I wrote in
my spare time (over two days) which modifies the DATA.TRE.  Unzip the
contents of the ZIP into your Wing Commander Prophecy directory and MAKE SURE
THAT YOU'RE RUNNING THIS PROGRAM FROM YOUR WING COMMANDER PROPHECY DIRECTORY!
OTHERWISE IT WON'T WORK!!!  Basically what this patch does is make Casey's
life more miserable by changing all those Morays into... well, why ruin
the surprise...  apply the patch, run Prophecy and find out... =)

This should work on most versions of Prophecy, if not all...  if it doesn't,
email me at apfong@yahoo.com and I'll try to help you out.

BTW, since this program modifies DATA.TRE, something screws up, you'll have
to recopy the DATA.TRE from your WCP CD #1.

File list:
WCPCRAZY EXE        36,012  03-08-98 :  Patch applyer/remover
FILE1    IFF         1,080  01-19-98 :  IFF file
FILE2    IFF         1,044  01-19-98 :  IFF file
FILE3    IFF         1,050  01-19-98 :  IFF file
FILE4    IFF         1,004  01-19-98 :  IFF file  
WCPCRAZY TXT         1,998  03-08-98 :  The file you're currently reading!

Version history:
v1.1
- added ability to choose Morays, mini-Skates, Rays, and Remoras to become
   either Devilrays, Manta (both types), or BARRICUDAS!.
- credit goes to "Rock" for coming up with the idea for using Mantas.

v1.0
- first release
- ability to change Morays into Devilrays.

Thanks goes out to Mario "HCl" Brito for info on the WCP TRE format and
file decompressor.

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Launching by March 1st, 1998!

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