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Permalink 10/30/09 at 09:46:33 pm, by Ed, 190 words   English (US)
Categories: Media

Whilst playing a Star Wars game from 2000, I saw some aurabesh text that I translated and couldn't help but post my results.

You may remember me doing this once before. I totally did. The process was mostly the same, except instead of having to use a camera to take a picture of the screen, I finally found a screen recorder that works wonders called Fraps. I was able to use that to record the intro to a level in Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds, take out some screenshots of the important bits, and translate it. Here's what I came up with.

One screen has two x-wings flying past, with the following text:

bob see any deer not yet
yeah this is more fun
than those
banthas
remember
year when
got that
buck with my
proton
torpedo

dfht yghd iut

Not sure about that last bit.

The next page, with more description about the next level had this to say:

kenekjbnv
rnekn 88

Not really helpful at this point. But there's more, and here's where I found what I had to share:

all your
base are
belong
to us

Serioiusly. Look for yourself:

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