Can't find site, need help

By haxdnoob ·
Ok, im making this question at 2 am, and im about to crash, so ill make this short and relatively sweet. I've started to get into the phoenix wright series by way of a fan game I played a while back, and I remember I ended up on a site that let you play fan-made scenario's in a phoenix wright styled flash game, with near close to thousands of scenario's to play, but for the LIFE of me, I cannot remember where it is. I've tried using bing and google, but no dice. Maybe i'm using the wrong search terms, and maybe this question is suited for somewhere else, but before I end up moving this to a different place, can anyone here please help me, that would be an epic solid you guys would do for me

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Might be able to find it in

your web browsers history list, depending on how long you keep your history, or if you cleared it out.

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you srs?

by haxdnoob In reply to Can't find site, need hel ... web history? That would be nice, if I FOUND it before, but I regularly clean my computer of junk files and history and stuff, so no dice on it still being in my internet history

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Is this it?

by monicabower In reply to Can't find site, need hel ...,favc0%201

I can't explain exactly what this is, and it's not Flash based, but it looks like thousands of fan-made Phoenix Wright scenarios to play. So even if it's not exactly what you were looking for, it can keep you up till 2AM again.

Be sure you use Firefox or the site complains endlessly.

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Yes, thank you

by haxdnoob In reply to Can't find site, need hel ...

monicabower, you found it. It has been a LONG time since I managed to come across that site, but thank you, that IS the answer. Along the way, I DID manage to find a few more custom cases to play in pywright, BUT, those places didnt have much custom cases than this; thanks

Also, as an off-topic note from this question, I seem to have problems replying to messages by clicking that little reply button there; it always takes too long to load and in the end, I have to reply this way; but anyways, thanks for the help

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by wizard57m_cnet Moderator In reply to Yes, thank you

Using Firefox versions after 18 has resulted in some buttons not functioning properly here at TR, the engineering staff is aware of the problems. One workaround I've used and passed along is to right click mouse/trackpad on Reply, choose open in new tab, enter the reply, then press Submit. Not the most elegant solution, but it does work somewhat.
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