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  1. ScummVM - beavis and Butthead virtual stupidity-klopjero(20170504) View File Special Thanks to WesFranks for providing the background. he's a great fart knocker~! Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity is a point and click adventure computer game based on the American animated television series created by Mike Judge, Beavis and Butt-Head, that was developed by ICOM Simulations and published by Viacom New Media. It was released on August 31, 1995.[1] It featured vocals from the series' cast of voice actors, including Mike Judge.[2] Besides the main game, four mini-games are featured, called Hock-A-Loogie, Court Chaos, Bug Justice, and Air Guitar. The main game plots the two main characters, Beavis and Butt-head, trying to get into Todd's gang. Over the course of the game, they have to complete tasks[3] and explore areas in the fictional town of Highland, Texas. It was originally released on the PC. A CD-i port of Virtual Stupidity was planned but was cancelled due to falling sales of the console. A PlayStation port was made, but was only released in Japan. Submitter klopjero Submitted 05/05/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
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    Virtual Storage Easy allocate, use (read-write) and free some space within the storage. Data safety and consistency. Unique identification mechanism within the storage to make references. Indexing mechanism to make associations within storage. Easy backup and restore. Multi-space data organization, so you can make customization of the storage segments with or without any relationship between spaces. Split data logically within each space for easy management according to user's requirements (separate object types, tables, etc.) Transaction mechanism throughout all storage, easy rollback changes. Administrator tools (UI and command-line) for easy storage management. V-Storage is a basic platform that encapsulates all these capabilities. This version has been designed as prototype on the .NET platform (C#), but actually is full-function application suite that includes libraries and supplementary admin tools (GUI and command-line). VXML (Virtual XML) is XML-based database built on Virtual Storage platform as VStorage wrapper. It inherits all existing Virtual Storage capabilities, such as distributed allocation of the database files, multi-space approach for specific data pools, dump/restore functions, static and dynamic storage extension, transactions, physical data consistency, etc. VXML database is NOT a single XML document. It provides the embedded catalog structure that can be managed by user in the specific manner, XML documents are attached to catalog nodes. XQL queries may retrieve XML nodes from the specific document/element or documents list from the catalog structure using internal documents nodes as well as document names in the queries.​
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