...for the simple reason that Windows 7 won't run it. Since all the new computers are operating on Windows 7, it's just a matter of time until nobody, myself included, will have a rig that can run AIRBOSS.
I've just bought and assimilated a new laptop that operates on Windows 7. I still have my old desktop on Vista, all connected up to cable, still chock full of all kinds of stuff, so I set up a wireless home network to give the laptop internet access. The laptop can also access the desktop's folders and files, but the desktop can't access the laptop. Seems that only the Windows 7-endowed machines are allowed that priviledge.
The laptop is by far the better game machine, plus I can use it while kicked back in my easy chair. So the desktop has been relegated to internet use, file depository, and nominal boss of the network, I suppose, since the wireless router is connected to it.
I'm a little annoyed that I did all that work on AIRBOSS only to have it subsumed by digital progress. But time marches on. I'll just have to think of something else to fool with. Preferably something less headachy than programming.