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Old 10 June 2002, 00:17   #1
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Chambers of Shaolin CD32

I ran this game today, in a two-disk version cracked by.... sorry but I can't read the group name, so I attached the NFO file.
I used my standard AGA configuration (68ec020, 2 mega chip, ...), but after the intro i clicked the mouse... and the intro again, in a infinite loop.
After some attempts, I discovered the cause: the emulation speed set to adjustable between CPU and chipset 8.
With a value of 1 or 4 it does work, with 8 it does not.
Rather weird, don't' you think?
Is this a WinUae 0.8.21r4 issue?
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Has anyone seen SUCH a logo in his life?

Well it could be RADIATICS (??) or sort of thing.

To your question: yes, this is possible. UAE author Bernd Schmidt says that 4 is original speed, everything above it can (not necessarily) confuse the CPU.

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CoS isnt really an AGA game, it was an OCS 2xdisk game about 3 years before the CD32 came out.




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