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Hi, i asked a while ago what the differences between the american and european version of fly!2 are. My computer broke down and needed repair for weeks so i did not get to see your answers and the post has vanished so could you please tell me whether i am better off getting the european version of fly!2 and if so, where can i buy it from, because i can't find one single place that sells it in england, either in major games shops or major search engines on the internet. The only places that sell it online are american and i was told that the european version is better. Someone help me before i waste anymore weeks looking for the game plz. lol

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Hi Mindfull (?)I do not think there is a difference in quality , but patching up the European version is easyer.The European one is the one I use and I am very happy with it.Where to buy , I do not know.There is a growing amount of people who want to buy a package , I hopethe publisher wil swing the weel onece more and produce new packagesfor the growing FLY community.A cannot understand why a publisher does not provide a product thecustomers are asking for.Just making some more packages ( just the latest release ,we can patchup ourselves) is`nt that hard to do, I think.

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If you buy the "Pack5 Flying Games" CD set which is advertised for around $20, you get the build 197 version of Fly! II which is the same level as the European version and only needs Patch4 and the latest 250 patch..The original US version was build 152..

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ok, thanks guys. i think i have finally found somewhere to get it from. they really do need to produce more copies for sale you're right. maybe its because the games critics and reviews frightened companies from buying any more of fly!2 from the fly!2 producers because they thought it would not sell. at first glance any critic would think the game was trash because of its flaws, but it is only the people who patch it up and take the time to learn that trully apreciate the game and know that it is worth more production and marketing.

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