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Old 14 October 2020, 13:28   #1
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Sovox Compilation for CDTV

attention re-download the image if you have already downloaded it before 15:30 maybe there was an error for safety I redid the image

Sovox Compilation - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jWk...ew?usp=sharing



Hi everyone, here is an iso image I created for the commodore CDTV let's say definitive there are 70 games and then the workbench 1.3 with programs, mods, and much more to discover, you just have to download the image and burn at low speed, I for example or burned at 8X and the cd went to the first try, my idea was to create an iso with many more games and more but unfortunately I realized that the CDTV is too limited practically you can only insert executable files, and for those who do not know most of the floppies are no dos means that the files are not there and often where there are the files once put on cd they do not start, practically maybe 5% of the entire playground can be used which is almost nothing and then there is the problem of memory and incompatibility, all too limited to create something nice and easy to use.


once the cd is inserted, a text menu is loaded where you can type the corresponding number to load the game, for some games but mostly for adventures there is the possibility to select the Italian or English language, in the cd I tried to insert only games to be used only with the joystick in this case with the remote control and mostly to be used without a keyboard
bho see you download the image and test it for any problems you encounter and let me know.

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Old 14 October 2020, 22:35   #2
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Old 14 October 2020, 23:54   #4
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and for those who do not know most of the floppies are no dos means that the files are not there and often where there are the files once put on cd they do not start
Yes this is also due to the little RAM otherwise some NoDOS game in WHDload version (JST compatible) could run.

Anyway you did a good job, i had done something similar for my CD32, for the CD32 with SX32 I had inserted also heavier games.
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Digging deep in the iso i was able to find even some sort of love letters written with C1-text. Added value!
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Good work Sovox !
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Old 20 October 2020, 12:37   #7
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i updated the iso image with other games

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