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Old 01 December 2018, 11:15   #1
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CD32 Anthology Set #3


Amiga CD32 Anthology 3

The third and final set in the CD32 Anthology contains the biggest amount of content so far! With 374 games to play! This release is on-going and new updates with more games will appear from time to time, and the 2 Decades Of Amiga Games will go one a 1 disc release to a 2 disc one next year when disc 1 is full, so for now this is a 3 disc release!



2 Decades Of Amiga Games v0.3
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A huge collection of Amiga games on 1 disc, contains a vast amount from my previous collections, plus other games that haven't been on my discs before, along with cheat modes for certain games to help!

Contents:
200 Commercial Games



4 Decades Of Amiga Homebrew v0.2
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Huge collection of Amiga homebrew games, that included PD, Shareware, Licenceware, Coverdisk, basically any game that wasn't deemed a commercial release.

Contents:
150 Homebrew Games



Hacks and Mods Collection v1.0
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A collection of unofficial games, that as the name suggests were hacks, mods or reverse engineered games.

Contents:
24 Games



Download is on the eab server "uploads/cd32" folder*

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http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=43633
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Old 01 December 2018, 18:19   #2
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thank you very much for these wonderful "Christmas" releases in the last time, AmigaJay!
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Old 02 December 2018, 12:24   #5
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Thx for these great compilations!

Do you have some tips for good:
- sticker label paper?
- software to print cd label images on this sticker label paper?
- tool to align the sticker labels in the center of the disc?
- software to print front and back images of the box-art on paper?

There is some (paid) software to do some of these tasks, but maybe you already have some tools that you use and are happy with?
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Thx for these great compilations!

Do you have some tips for good:
- sticker label paper?
- software to print cd label images on this sticker label paper?
- tool to align the sticker labels in the center of the disc?
- software to print front and back images of the box-art on paper?

There is some (paid) software to do some of these tasks, but maybe you already have some tools that you use and are happy with?
I just use a A4 glossy photo paper, and use a PDF program or viewer to print the images, they are set at the correct size, so as long as you print at 100% size they should be good.
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Thanks.

Well done, again.

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Old 02 December 2018, 16:21   #8
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You might have noticed or discussed this before but when making these larger compilations pay close attention to the Chip RAM usage.

When I made large compilations of almost 600+ games. I would find various games stopped working for no reason. I initially thought it was possibly due to the max supported disc capacity being exceeded but it was due to Chip RAM being eaten up as the disc fills up.

There are ways you can mitigate this slightly with the ISO CD file system settings and booting in CDTV mode but it can start going out of control, even a RAD device didn't seem immune to this.

Maybe you guys have a way around this now but it is something worth watching out for.
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