Johan Emanuelsson

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  1. Check this out: http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?showtopic=4062
  2. Yes, perhaps the game (or the player raitings) is a little bit to slow for my personally. I like a fast and exciting game with a lot of actions, with 2 teams sharing a lot of chances to score. Not a dead second in the game Also the endurance is important. The first and second line (where your best players are) should be able to skate the ice up and down for at least 2 min I think. Now they get tired after 1 min... Perheps more differance in skill (skating,endurance,passing) between 1st-2nd line and 3-4rd liners? It should be fun to play and if the speed is to slow you get frustrated when you play a long game with 20 min periods. Higher raitings give you a more exciting gameplay in my opinion. But it's easy to edit it yourself if you have time, NHL-knowledge and a NHL95-editor..
  3. Only 7 downloads ??? I guess people haven't found this thread. Yet. At least I found some time to play a final game of the season with Red Wings. Zetterberg scored a great goal vs. St. Louis. And I like to look at all the statistics from my season. Some thoughts: Sidney Crosby was only 4rd by points in his own team. I would like him better. Sidney Crosby 87 Center GP G A Pt PIM +/- PPG SHG Shots Pct Season: 84 28 51 79 102 -9 6 0 294 9.5 Playoff: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Ratings: Shoots L Passing 100 Speed 85 Offensive Awareness 100 Agility 95 Defensive Awareness 75 Weight 70 Aggressiveness 65 Shot Power 80 Endurance 80 Checking 60 Shoot/Pass Bias 55 StickHandling 75 Faceoffs 70 Accuracy 80 Edmonton came up with a great season. And Scott Niedermayer scored 46 goals ! And finally I found it hard to see the numbers on the redwings jersey on Line Editor. I coundn't see any number at all . Some thing to cheek up... I guess we have to wait to after christmas to see Mats Sundin and Peter Forsberg on the ice in NHL. Go and play!
  4. A really nice piece of art!!! Once again; Great job!
  5. Good job! Your hard work reminds me of the days when me and my brother where nuts with all these raitings. Hope I can play a season later.. Many thanks again.
  6. Once again... NHL95_Forever.zip and another file: NHL95_In_Game_Logos.zip NHL95_In_Game_Logos.zip
  7. Here it is:::.... nhl95EDGEjerseys.zip
  8. Here is another link, but I tried the original link and managed to download it again... http://www.webfilehost.com/?mode=viewupload&id=8142820 but you must wait 60 seconds... and link removed in 30 days.. Good Luck... // Johan
  9. I think nhl94.com having problem with files. Therefor I uploaded the file to another free service that provide files. Try download It from this adress: <a href="http://www.gratisupload.dk/show.php?fileId=5358" target="_blank"><a href="http://www.gratisupload.dk/show.php?fileId=5358" target="_blank">http://www.gratisupload.dk/show.php?fileId=5358</a></a> Good Luck!
  10. Are you in-logged? Over 200 downloads though...
  11. Nice work so far. But don't forget to import on both home and away jerseys. Here are some In-Game Logos made by me to import. Some aren't that good. For example : Edmonton, Washington and Vancouver. Perheps use the original to those teams. I hope this is a little bit help for you. Look at Pittsburgh NHL95_In_Game_Logos.zip
  12. Do you Need help with the In-game Logos?
  13. Try this: Running NHL '95 on your Hard Drive Originally by Jan Wissing. Since NHL '95 came on CD, it must be a really huge program, right? Wrong. This so-called major upgrade from NHL '93 has left alot of things unchanged. From more than 500 MB of storage space possible on a CD, NHL '95 only takes up 105 MB. Lucky for you, though, because if you have enough storage space, you can run the game on your hard drive! Simply copy all of the files on the CD to the desired directory on your hard drive. Then create a file called nhl.cfg with the following information: 0003 C <--The partition you want to be running on HOCKEY.EXE [...] <--Insert the text from allfiles.txt on the CD That's all you need to do. The major difference is that the seek time on the hard disk is much faster than on the CD-ROM. You will notice a signifiant decrease in the time spent to change screens, for example, when you're looking up statistics. Gameplay won't be much faster, though, since it does not perform disk seeks.
  14. Try this: Running NHL '95 on your Hard Drive Originally by Jan Wissing. Since NHL '95 came on CD, it must be a really huge program, right? Wrong. This so-called major upgrade from NHL '93 has left alot of things unchanged. From more than 500 MB of storage space possible on a CD, NHL '95 only takes up 105 MB. Lucky for you, though, because if you have enough storage space, you can run the game on your hard drive! Simply copy all of the files on the CD to the desired directory on your hard drive. Then create a file called nhl.cfg with the following information: 0003 C <--The partition you want to be running on HOCKEY.EXE [...] <--Insert the text from allfiles.txt on the CD That's all you need to do. The major difference is that the seek time on the hard disk is much faster than on the CD-ROM. You will notice a signifiant decrease in the time spent to change screens, for example, when you're looking up statistics. Gameplay won't be much faster, though, since it does not perform disk seeks.
  15. :: Quiz :: Can you name these 30 NHL-players from my NHL95 for PC game?
  16. Thanks everyone! The rosters you are talking about are downloaded from a guy called sllau, that also made a editor (nhl9395.zip). He made own rosters with his editors and put it on his website. But it doesn't longer exist I tried my best to tell were I got all the stuff. But you can't be 100% right. I hope you'll enjoy all the stuff anyway.
  17. Here are some things to check out... >>> To use for NHL ´95 for PC <<< NHL95_Forever.zip
  18. I´dont thing that is possible i NHL 95 for PC...
  19. Ok, I will look in my computer for some stuff to add in the NHL 95 forum... To the NHL95 forum...
  20. Really nice video! Some great goals out there...
  21. Does anyone know a program that is capable to capture gameplay or highlights played in NHL95 for PC?
  22. Here is another editor with a draft thing. Check it out! Works for both NHL93 and NHL95 for PC. I also have a lot of other stuff collected from my career as a NHL95 for PC player. I used to browse all the internet to look for rosters, add-on, jerseys etc. back in the good old days. nhl9395.zip