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Old 29 June 2010, 13:11   #1
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Airsoft CD32 Install Kit - Now Freeware

The CD32 Install Kit from Airsoft Software is now Freeware... I just wondered if anyone had any experience using it...

It can be downloaded from the Airsoft Software Homepage - downloads - old archive section... or click here

You will also need to download the NewInstaller v1.7 from the same page.

The author states that it is now freeware and no longer supported.

"Hi Peter,

yes, the Install Kit is now available as Freeware from my homepage because
I've no longer time to maintain it.

Greets,

Andreas"



There are some other interesting things in this download section as well - it's worth a look...

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Old 29 June 2010, 14:02   #2
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I always thought this was a Total Rip Off for £15 and said to the author this should be freeware.

However as a freeware utility is quite exceptable and allows easy installation of CD32 games including games that need the CD.Device and assigning NV_location.
Also as CD32 games will run quite nicely on a 2mb machine could be quite handy
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Old 29 June 2010, 15:30   #3
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Cheers for that link I shall have a look at that,

I wonder if it would make Wingcommander CD32 easier to install??? =)
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Nice, I was talking about this last month. Saying would'nt it be great if it was made freely available.
Look what happened, great stuff, .
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Old 29 June 2010, 20:47   #5
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Looks like other things are freeware as well... Da Cool Patcher, DaCool Installer...

Also if you haven't tried it download the "Gloom Deluxe window Patch" - I remember this, it lets you play Gloom Deluxe in a window on Workbench - it looks really cool and you don't need a graphics card...
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dont want to be negative and its good that the CD32 install kit is free but the Da Cool Patcher, DaCool Installer, NewInstaller were pretty crappy and to charge for them was
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I wonder if it would make Wingcommander CD32 easier to install??? =)
Theres a installed version on the EAB file server
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Something tells me Akiko is freeware now too. It's also disappeared from the order page.
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I wish there was a pinball dreams ISO for the CD32.
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I wish there was a pinball dreams ISO for the CD32.
One could easly be made. If not already, maybe HardnHeavy has made one.
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The Airsoft CD32 Install Kit is to help install CD32 games on A1200

Pinball Dreams - unfortunately the game requires a keyboard to be played
Horace would be a good candiate im sure for patching this to use the CD32 pad, I dont know if anyone is working on this, it has been requested many times.
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North & South is another that would be fanastic on the CD32 pad as it also requires specific keys. Although I've got a keyboard now anyway hooked up to my CD32 (and the analogic discdrive to play the original disc on )... plus I've already bugged Horrace about a CD32 version of the game! lol
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North & South is another that would be fanastic on the CD32 pad as it also requires specific keys. Although I've got a keyboard now anyway hooked up to my CD32 (and the analogic discdrive to play the original disc on )... plus I've already bugged Horrace about a CD32 version of the game! lol
So you lot are the reason horace dont get much time to help with PSPUAE, .
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