Subject: GalaXa update - Jan. 07, 2000 - No longer supported (fwd)
To: None <>
From: Hubert Feyrer <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 01/07/2000 20:02:14
FYI. I've already updated the homepage.

 - Hubert

NetBSD - Better for your uptime than Viagra

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 02:41:00 -0800
From: William Kendrick <>
Subject: GalaXa update - Jan. 07, 2000 - No longer supported

                        New Breed Software "GalaXa" update - January 7, 2000

  Hi - It's been nearly two years since any development was done on GalaXa.
  Since then, I've learned a lot.  (Namely, the awesome Simple DirectMedia
  Layer libraries.)

  Unfortunately, looking back, I see that GalaXa isn't exactly the greatest
  game, especially compared to the new stuff coming out these days.
  (Fortunately, I'm doing a lot nicer stuff, too. :) )

  Anyway, I've decided that GalaXa is a dead project.  I've removed the
  link to it from the New Breed Software website (which, by the way, if
  you hadn't noticed already, has moved from

  However, just in case you wanted to look at the page again at some point,
  the GalaXa page itself still exists:

  Thanks to all of you for your initial support.  Since you obviously
  liked GalaXa, you must really like the original arcade game, Galaga.

  If you haven't checked them out already, why not try:

    X-Galaga     (server might not be working)


  Also, check out some of my other New Breed Software games for Unix and

  Thanks and happy new year!

  Rather than just end it here, I've decided to add your e-mail addresses
  to the current generic "New Breed Software" mailing list.  (See below)

  Why Did I Get This?
    You received this e-mail because you signed up for it!

  How Do I Unsubscribe?
    This list is being combined with the main New Breed Software mailing list.
    To be removed from that list, simply forward this ENTIRE message (down
    to the very bottom!) back to us:

  Who Is New Breed Software?
    New Breed Software, now based in Davis, California, is a publisher of
    "FreeWare" software for Unix, including X-Window and the Web, as well
    as for the Atari 8-bit line of computers.  For more information, simply
    visit our website.

New Breed Software                                                Davis, CA       
(Your address: )