I was thinking back to games I played in the late 80s or early 90s with my cousins and started making a list of them just to try and see if I could place all of them.
One of the ones that took a while was "It Came From the Desert" for the Amiga. I couldn't remember the name but when I happened across it in an Amiga video compilation I thought "I wonder..." and went to watch some LP videos. About 30 minutes later I was sure that was the one.
We were supposed to have removed all user-submitted links, so that file shouldn't even be available here. What's up, @Phillyman?
For that matter, a while back there was an oversight in permissions that made it possible for anyone to upload strategy guides to our Download Manager. One particular user uploaded that file along with a dozen others, some of which were official PDFs and (possibly) none of which were actually scanned by the member in question. I reported it at the time and E-Day deleted them all from our Download Manager, but I guess the user-submitted links were overlooked.
I say we delete the links AND the fields. Phillyman has already removed the user submitted link fields from our Magazine Database, but it looks like he forgot about the strategy guide section as well (hey, it happens. I forget it's there, too. Once the Internet and super-detailed FAQs happened, strategy guides lost all importance.)
As for PDFs in general - this is just one reason of many we don't use them on our site.
Files that are uploaded to the Retromags Download Manager can be reported, but because this was submitted by a user to file locker sites, there is no way to report it. This user links are also not vetted by us as far as I know; only files directly uploaded to the site are.
I can take a look at the file and possibly create a cbr from it, or see if I have a different format for this file already.
Is always a good idea to proceed with caution when it comes to user links.