Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : CC3D34.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

Output of file : ORDER.FRM contained in archive : CC3D34.ZIP

Name ________________________________________________________________

Address _____________________________________________________________

City _______________________________ State ______ ZIP _______________

Country (if outside USA) ____________________________________________

CIRCLE HD DISK SIZE: 5-1/4" -or- 3-1/2" IMPORTANT!!!!!!

Price of Corncob Deluxe $20.00

Shipping and Handling $ 3.00
Total enclosed: $23.00

Make check or money order payable to "MVP Software"

Enclosing cash is also acceptable.


VOLUNTARY QUESTIONS: Please help us determine what features you would like
==================== in future products.

Circle what type of equipment you have: 8088 286 386 486

Circle the speed of your computer(Mhz): 10 12 16 20 25 33 40 50 ___

Circle any that apply: Joystick Mouse Modem_____ Super-VGA card____________
(speed) (type)
Sound Capability : Roland Other __________________________________

PC speaker only AdLib SoundBlaster SoundBlaster Pro

Where did you get Corncob 3D :

Friend CompuServe GEnie AOL BBS (name): ______________________

Shareware Distributer (name): _________________________________________

Where did you hear about Corncob? [Same as above] or _____________________

Approx # of commercial games owned :____ #Registered shareware games :____

Circle preference : Beautiful Graphics Game Complexity

Circle preference : Solo against computer -OR- Modem 2-Player

Circle preference : Strategy Action Simulation Other_________

Long term game playability: Few Levels w/ hard difficulty Lotsa Levels


Send this order form and your check for $23.00 to:

MVP Software
1035 Dallas S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI

  3 Responses to “Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : CC3D34.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

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