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Full FTP and Download Service File Listing as of 01/16/2012


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These are the full file listings of the Official FTP section, (Does not include member uploads) and the Download Service. These have been requested many times and it's been over a year since I published the file listings. Enjoy!

EmuMovies Download Service Report 20120116.zip

EmuMovies Official FTP Report 20120116.zip

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