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Old 12 November 2001, 19:04   #1
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Eek Ruff´n Tumble/ gfx-glitches

I played "Ruff´n Tumble" (Paradox-crack) on different UAEs, and all worked well.
Except that most of the items to be collected in the
game do have screwed up graphics.
I´m not sure if this is an emulator-problem, or if it´s
a bad crack/adf.
So, if anyone knows anything, please help.
Old 12 November 2001, 19:29   #2
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Which items? I have a version which (from my screenshots) don't screw up graphics on coins or those P bubbles
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Old 13 November 2001, 19:51   #3
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Yes, the coins and bubbles are displayed ok, but other
things (keys and items you have to collect to finish a level) are screwed.
Do you know where to get a different version, so I
can find out if it´s emu- or adf-related ?
I think it´s a disk-problem.
Old 13 November 2001, 20:15   #4
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I posted the Prestige crack. It wasn't TOSEC recognized, although TOSEC does recognize an overdumped version of this crack, but mine came straight from the DMS files, so it's clean. Haven't tested it, though, so you may have the same gfx issues.
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Old 14 November 2001, 18:26   #5
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Yes, unfortunately you´re right. It looks just the same.
But anyway, thanks for making this effort and helping
me, very kind!
Old 14 November 2001, 19:58   #6
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I downloaded this game and completed one level. I didn't see anything wrong with graphics. I used my default A500 config with 0.8.17R3.
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Old 15 November 2001, 07:31   #7
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Now I have the solution: the adf-file wasn´t the problem.
I did get a correct display by changing from full-screen-
view to windowed-view (088r8). YESSSSS. Thanks anybody.
Old 02 December 2001, 05:17   #8
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Yes Ruff'n'tumble rocks, I couldnt believe it when I loaded it up on my 1MB A500 (some years ago) a thumping sound track and top notch GFX... What better game to demo what the A500 was capable off....... ah the memories.
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Yeah but while you demo'ed it, you had to try not to make it slowdown so they don't splurt ut some shit like "MY SNES DOESNT SLOWDOWN!" Though we all know SNESes are damned slow (Megadrives were fast)
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