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Old 10 October 2018, 10:30   #41
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October 18 pack is on the first post! Latest update includes "Sport Multi Eventers" (EPYX games). More traditional sports titles will come in a future update.
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Old 10 October 2018, 10:40   #42
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Nice update! Some of those games were a pain to try and get working as i’m sure you know! I did have a couple of old wip discs (summer and winter games) that never made it out from a couple of years back for various issues, so good job on getting on those working!
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Nice update! Some of those games were a pain to try and get working as i’m sure you know! I did have a couple of old wip discs (summer and winter games) that never made it out from a couple of years back for various issues, so good job on getting on those working!
Heh.. they are a little bit fiddly, loading on some of them is horrendous and "The Games: Winter Edition" seems to go way too fast. Hopefully they all load OK on real CD32, but they at least seem to run under emulation.
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"The Games: Winter Edition" seems to go way too fast.
‘Nocache’ or degrade not help to slow it down?
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I could take another look at it maybe when it comes time for the next update, but it seems to run massively too fast - not just a little too fast.
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Old 11 October 2018, 19:05   #47
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Many thanks for this great work. Would it be possible to dl the other release again? I missed 2 editions. Cheers
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Many thanks for this great work. Would it be possible to dl the other release again? I missed 2 editions. Cheers
Its an updated release, each new release adds to the disc, no need to get the old versions.
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Ah. OK. Thanks for the info Amigajay!!!!
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The November 2018 edition is out. A few notes:

* The theme for the latest pack of 25 is "Beat Em Ups". Tournament style fighting games (such as IK+, Street Fighter etc) have been excluded as they'll be included in their own pack at a later date.
* One game (the arcadia version of Aaargh!) requires FastRAM.
* Parasol Stars has had the trainer added (keyboard required).
* Carcharodon has been updated to the latest slave (including trainer).
* Blood Money has been updated to an (unreleased) slave that includes the ability to launch the two player game without a keyboard.
* Several of the slaves in the pack may be updated next month, as I've requested further changes similar to the update to Blood Money.
* Yo! Joe! and Second Samurai have been moved into this pack from platformers. In their place, Dalek Attack and Sooty & Sweep have been added.

I wasn't overly happy with the game selection for this update. While it includes several classics, there's also some utter trash in there - there's only just enough games in the genre to fill out a pack of 25.

Regardless - I figured I may as well just get it out there, I can always review the makeup of included games in following months.
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Old 06 November 2018, 22:42   #51
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Fantastic project. Keep it up!
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Awesome!!
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Works fine in X5000 under RuninUAE.
Fantastic.

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