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Old 11 December 2016, 21:40   #1
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More! Lemmings Game Released!

Didn't know to post this on the CD32 thread or here as it includes a regular Amiga version.

I won't post everything here again, all the details are on my blog including downloads.

http://cd32covers.blogspot.co.uk/201...-lemmings.html

Any questions please ask below, i'm sure there will be some.

Thanks to DamienD for making the ADF version for me!

Hope you enjoy, Merry Christmas!
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Old 11 December 2016, 21:51   #2
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For Gotek users who only have one drive...

I've also created another .ADF version that:

a) Supports either one or two disk drives.
b) Works on an A500 or A1200.
c) Unfortunately due to the size of all files (trust me I tried loads of compressors / crunchers / packers), everything needs to be extracted to RAM.

This means that you need 2MB Chip & 1MB Slow (or 1MB Fast).

Grab it from here: https://www.sendspace.com/file/p324sn
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Old 11 December 2016, 22:25   #3
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Video Soon

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Old 11 December 2016, 22:28   #4
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Old 11 December 2016, 22:42   #5
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For Gotek users who only have one drive...

I've also created another .ADF version that:

a) Supports either one or two disk drives.
b) Works on an A500 or A1200.
c) Unfortunately due to the size of all files (trust me I tried loads of compressors / crunchers / packers), everything needs to be extracted to RAM.

This means that you need 2MB Chip & 1MB Slow (or 1MB Fast).

Grab it from here: https://www.sendspace.com/file/p324sn
Hi D,

Thanks for this (& thanks Amigajay)

Just tried your version in WinUAE, default A1200 and it actually worked with 1 disk drive and 2mb Chip.
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Old 11 December 2016, 23:01   #6
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Hi D,

Thanks for this (& thanks Amigajay)

Just tried your version in WinUAE, default A1200 and it actually worked with 1 disk drive and 2mb Chip.
Damn

I was always testing with both drives enabled using either:

a) an A500 2MB Chip RAM configuration.
b) an A1200 2MB Chip RAM configuration.

...it wouldn't load "Lemmings" unless I added some extra Slow or Fast RAM.

I knew it was close; I guess the extra drive pushed it over the edge

Anyway, good to know. Cheers for the further testing my friend

...would be cool though if someone with real hardware tested also just to make sure
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Old 12 December 2016, 12:34   #7
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Cheers Arnie!

btw a couple of people have said the game starts hard even on the fun levels, unfortunately without spending even more hours re-arranging each and every level they are mixed up from the Megadrive order, so be prepared to jump in at the deep end and relax when some easier levels show up!
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Old 12 December 2016, 12:47   #8
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Hi D,

Thanks for this (& thanks Amigajay)

Just tried your version in WinUAE, default A1200 and it actually worked with 1 disk drive and 2mb Chip.
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Damn

I was always testing with both drives enabled using either:

a) an A500 2MB Chip RAM configuration.
b) an A1200 2MB Chip RAM configuration.

...it wouldn't load "Lemmings" unless I added some extra Slow or Fast RAM.

I knew it was close; I guess the extra drive pushed it over the edge

Anyway, good to know. Cheers for the further testing my friend

...would be cool though if someone with real hardware tested also just to make sure
Hmmm, this was a bit "hit and miss" for me via WinUAE... it would only work 50% of the time with a standard A1200 configuration...

Anyway, have been playing around this morning and made a few optimisations to gain more free RAM

So, this new set (which is really for Gotek / HxC users) will now definitely work 100% with:

a) An A500 or A1200 with 2MB Chip RAM.
b) Supports either one or two disk drives.

Grab the new set from here: https://www.sendspace.com/file/hcyych
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It might also be because I don't use the GUI. Boot straight to A1200 setup & add the disks by dragon drops
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Lemmings more 2016 whdload "generic"

http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/jMejCfei/file.html
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Lemmings more 2016 whdload "generic"

http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/jMejCfei/file.html
Thanks but any chance you could upload it somewhere less spam-tastic? I can't even find the download link!
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Lemmings more 2016 whdload "generic"

http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/jMejCfei/file.html
Cheers Aladin!

I did try and just replace the files i edited on the cdtv whdload version and replace them, but it wouldn't start saying the files had been damaged, so probably the slave is being meticulous!
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Thanks but any chance you could upload it somewhere less spam-tastic? I can't even find the download link!
Here you go edd_jedi

https://www.sendspace.com/file/3e9zcb
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sorry the ftp eab is down at 14h, i uploaded this night after work. Amigajay yes i have tested too with lemmings cdtv slave but not working. working with slave generic 1,3. but bug with slave 3,1 (sound and music stop)
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Thanks but any chance you could upload it somewhere less spam-tastic? I can't even find the download link!
What? It's a big "DOWNLOAD NOW" button there.

Nice surprise, AmigaJay. Will try it the next days.
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Thanks guys, the big download button on zippshare was just taking me to a browser plug in page.
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Old 12 December 2016, 21:16   #17
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Hi Amigajay,

Just thought I'd comment on the SAM Coupé pages of your book download which I'm having a look through this evening.

"Control is via the keyboard, but the cursor movement, like the scrolling is a little slow"

The SAM version does support a mouse if one is plugged in and cursor control via the mouse is perfectly smooth as you would expect.


"Sam Coupe"

Being pedantic, it should be SAM Coupé

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Old 12 December 2016, 21:44   #18
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Hi Amigajay,

Just thought I'd comment on the SAM Coupé pages of your book download which I'm having a look through this evening.

"Control is via the keyboard, but the cursor movement, like the scrolling is a little slow"

The SAM version does support a mouse if one is plugged in and cursor control via the mouse is perfectly smooth as you would expect.


"Sam Coupe"

Being pedantic, it should be SAM Coupé

Regards,

Colin
Hi,

Yeah the mouse method was mentioned to me a while back, no updates to the book have been made as yet.

True it should be look like that, but if the PDF program doesn't have the font support it will remain with the English spelling
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Not many fans of Lemmings then?

Any feedback from the people who have played it appreciated cheers!
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I do not have the time yet to play your latest Release. I think next week. But I am very happy and I am wondering me, that you Investigates so much work for us Amiga (CD32) Freaks! By the way: big Thanks for an CDTV Release!!
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