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Old 30 January 2005, 11:32   #121
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Originally Posted by spiff
Maybe it's just WIP but you do know that" _ " works as space on filenames in AGS?
Maybe Frostwork knew that, but I didn't Thanks!
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Old 31 January 2005, 14:48   #122
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Hi, again!

>Maybe it's just WIP but you do know that" _ " works as space on >filenames in AGS?

THX for the hint, but why not simply use SPACE for SPACE?
Before the cd will be released, I anyway correct the filenames
(the CU after some gamenames will be gone, too, they are only hints for me, that these games have a CUstom-cheat parameter and therefore need
several start-scripts...

@xenon:
CRACK : needs mouse
CRACK DOWN : yes
ESWAT : yes
STRIDER 2 : no (keyboard on title)
INDIANA JONES & LAST CRUSADE - ACTION GAME :
I get sound but no gfx(?)
IKARI WARRIORS : keyboard on title
FIGHTING SOCCER : no chance with jst here
RALLY CHAMPIONSHIPS : didn't try yet

As of the spanish games, I got several to run, but don't know which ones...
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Old 31 January 2005, 15:41   #123
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Ok, Frostwork
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Old 31 January 2005, 17:58   #124
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did you get wormsdc to work on your compilation? I can't get it to work on mine
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Old 31 January 2005, 23:21   #125
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Frostwork, why RAIDEN included in the CD-444 starts on the STAGE 4 instead of the STAGE 1?

And also, another suggestion:

PRIMAL RAGE

http://hol.abime.net/?id=1147

As HOL says "Although labelled as an A1200 game, it will work on an ECS machine"

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Old 01 February 2005, 03:51   #126
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And what about SlamTilt ?
Teenage Queen ?

Do you want to put "freeware games" ? If yes, you can try the good adaptation of electronic games by Mike Vernier : ftp://de.aminet.net/pub/aminet/misc/...tronicGame.lha

And adventure games with an emulation of the mouse on the pad ?

PS : Very big thank you for the CD32-444 !!! It's wonderfull !

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Old 01 February 2005, 18:24   #127
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Another suggestions:

Gemini Wing
http://hol.abime.net/2712

P-47

http://hol.abime.net/1001

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Old 02 February 2005, 15:25   #128
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Hi, again!
@kombat santa:

Nope, it doesn't work here, also

@Xenon:

No idea, what's wrong with Raiden... ? Sorry!
PrimalRage probably doesn't work...
Gemini Wing : I'll check this
P-47 : this one too!

THX, again for new suggestions! This makes it a little bit easier for me to
find 50 more games!
(AS already said before I do not have a real CD32 anymore, and I'm still
not sure about buying a new one:
I'll test all games on both e-uae and winuaex and hope there are not more
than 5 games in total, which do not work on a real cd32...
If I find enough I'll include some more than 444 games, so there will hopefully
at least 444 games working on the real one...

@Batteman:

Are you the Batteman from the MorphZone?
Cool to see some peggers around here

I tried Slamtilt VERY often in many different variations, but gave up hope....
>Teenage Queen : I'll check this...
I'll try your "freeware" game, and yes, I have several others already included
(there are very nice ones, and I'm afraid I won't find 444 without PDs....
>adventure games : Gary already did a very good job with this on his
CD32-200! There are probably no other ones which do work, too...
But if I have 440 games and can't any other one, I'll look what I can do...

>PS: I even have the CD32-444 included in my OF, so it boots directly into my cd
if I want
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Yes, it's the same BatteMan

Too bad for Slamtilt... However, it runs perfectly with E-UAE on my Pegasos II. Sic.
I'll give you some more interresting freeware
 
Old 03 February 2005, 15:51   #130
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More suggestions from ARCADE CLASSICS

SMASH TV:
http://hol.abime.net/1985

BLADES OF STEEL:
http://hol.abime.net/139

VICTORY ROAD (IKARI II)
http://hol.abime.net/1568
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Old 03 February 2005, 20:32   #131
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Hi, again!

@Batteman
Aaah, your avatar is here
I've checked your freeware-lha:
donkeyII and gardening are included...

@xenon
Once again thank you very much for your help!!
I'll check the new ones...
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Another suggestions from the CLASSIC arcades and the videogame history!!! (I think I have not repeated any suggestion , and also, I think I don't have any suggestion more...)

BARBARIAN: THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR (The first "violent" game!)

http://hol.abime.net/34

BLOCK OUT

http://hol.abime.net/150

CHIP'S CHALLENGE

http://hol.abime.net/407

DRAGON NINJA (or BAD DUDES)

http://hol.abime.net/407
http://hol.abime.net/4183

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP 1992 (An arcade classic of ELITE-TECMO, not the Taito game)

http://hol.abime.net/2877

LINE OF FIRE

http://hol.abime.net/889

MR HELI

http://hol.abime.net/2526

QIX

http://hol.abime.net/2253

SPACE HARRIER: RETURN TO THE FANTASY ZONE (It's not the first part)

http://hol.abime.net/4607

SPACE HARRIER II

http://hol.abime.net/2025

URIDIUM 2

http://hol.abime.net/1821

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SOCCER (The classic from SEGA)

http://hol.abime.net/1755


Also, how about Operation Wolf and Operation Thunderbolt? They require mouse or pad?

I am reading the list of the 888-Snap, and you have there Pacmania, which is included in the 444

Yours,
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Old 04 February 2005, 21:09   #133
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HiHo!
I've checked your last 3 suggestions, and I'm afraid
SmashTV and VictoryRoad don't work and I don't have Blades of Steel
I'll check your new ones soon!!
You ran out of suggestions exactly on the right time, as I have about
430 games working!!! Thanks again!
There's still lots of free space left, so I'll keep on filling the iso
till it's full...
BTW I'm close before getting all CannonFodders running
(I use CF-CD32 and replace the required files for CF2, CF-AlienLevels
a.s.o.) ATM there are some gfx-errors, but maybe I can get through this
ATM there's a "might-work" directory on the iso, with games which
do not run on emulations here, but could/should work on the real one...

EDIT: Sorry no idea from here about the Operation...
(I think at least Wolf needs mouse...)
And THX for Pacmania-hint!
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@frostwork :

You did an excellent work with the new menus !
Great screenshots !
I hope you didn't forget my little request for Tiger Road (even though it needs a keyboard)
I recently took one Amiga keyboard (from Ebay.de), attached to my CD32, Voila !Works smooth and great without any adaptor.Same thing with my trackball (Ebay.de again !).It's glowing in the dark (red and green leds inside)
URIDIUM 2 will be great as well.
I own you one favour !
Thanks !
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Old 05 February 2005, 19:42   #135
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HiHo!
Nope I haven't forgotten your TigerRoad
Nice to hear your keyboard works!
Haven't done anything on the iso today....
Tomorrow I'll maybe make the still missing pictures and the title-pic....
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Old 05 February 2005, 22:35   #136
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Has anyone verified that elf (ocean) runs on the 444 CD?
I'm on my third CD now and it won't start. I know for a fact that the WHD version works when I try another CD.
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CD32-444 questions and CD32-888 suggestions

Thanks for putting together such a great (and nostalgic) compilation CD. I really like the way you've been able to include some normal and cheatmode versions of some games... the only reason I keep the CD32-100 and CD32-200 compilations around is becuase there are a few games on your CD that are the PAL versions that just won't work on an NTSC CD32. Would you consider adding them in a similar way that you do the normal/cheatmode versions? In particular, I'm looking to play Gods, Shadow of the Beast, Ruff 'N' Tumble and Turrican in NTSC.

*** Suggestions for CD32-444 version 1.1 ***

1. Gods: on NTSC CD32, locks at the intro screen that discusses password system
[CD32-100 and CD32-200 versions work fine in NTSC - the US Konami version]
2. Shadow of the Beast: on NTSC CD32, locks on black before it loads anything
[CD32-100 and CD32-200 versions work fine in NTSC]
3. Ruff 'N' Tumble: on NTSC CD32, game audio can be heard but video is black
[CD32-100 and CD32-200 versions work fine in NTSC]
4. Turrican 1: on NTSC CD32, locks on black before it loads anything
[CD32-100 and CD32-200 versions work fine in NTSC]
5. Another World: your version is French
[CD32-100 and CD32-200 versions of Another World are translated to English]
6. Pinball Fantasies: on NTSC CD32, goes black after Pinball Fantasies title
[the CD32 version with Sleepwalker works fine in NTSC]
7. Super Stardust: on NTSC CD32, goes black after the scrolling intro screen
[the CD32 version works fine in NTSC]
8. CD32-444 BUG: In your alphabetical listing, A actually appears after A-B
[could you just use two letters in the menu: Aa-At, Au-Bi, Bi-Ca, Ca-Co, etc)
9. CD32-444 BUG: In alphabetical listings, Cannon Fodder under C doesn’t work
[it loads fine in your Shoot'Em Up menu]

*** Requests for your upcoming CD32-888 ***

1. Alien Breed 3D CD32
2. Alien Breed 3D 2
3. Blood Money
4. Cannon Fodder 2
[it's easy to use a mouse on the CD32 if you can't get the joypad working]
5. Doom
6. Doom 2
7. Fears CD32
8. Flashback
[thanks for trying to add this one]
9. Gloom CD32
[thanks for trying to add this one]
10. Menace
[new request]
11. Obsession Pinball
[get this one off the CD32-200 disc - it requires a keyboard, but that's OK]
12. Pinball Dreams
13. Pinball Mania
14. Populous
15. Populous 2
[get this one off the CD32-200 disc - it requires a mouse, but that's OK]
16. Slamtilt Pinball
[new request]
17. Speedball 2 NTSC version by Konami
18. State of the Art demo by Spaceballs
[thanks for trying to add this one]
19. Super Skidmarks CD32
[new request]
20. Sword of Sodan
[new request]
21. Syndicate American Revolt (add-on game)
[it's easy to use a mouse on the CD32 if you can't get the joypad working]
22. TV Sports Basketball
[thanks for trying to add this one]
23. Yo! Joe!

Finally, if you're interested in Amiga games nostalgia, I used to publish a magazine called Amiga Game Zone in the USA (see http://idiotsavant.com/forsale/). If you'd like copies of the 3 magazines we produced, send me your address and I'll drop them in the mail to Germany.
 
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About some suggestions miller5369:

1. Alien Breed 3D CD32
2. Alien Breed 3D 2

AFAIK, Alien Breed 3D n whdload needs 4 MB RAM, as you can see in the TEAM 17 ANTHOLOGY. CD32 also, has no power to run AB3D 2

5. Doom
6. Doom 2

You must have a powerful amiga (68030 at least) to play this game. Remember the CD32 has a 680E20 14,5 Mhz and 2 MB RAM

12. Pinball Dreams

It requires keyboard as some games you have suggested... and remember that the CD-444 and CD-888 are games that they only require a plain CD32 and a PAD (OK, some games you must to reset, because they require a keyboard to type your name in the high-scores)

19. Super Skidmarks CD32

AFAIK, the Skidmarks 2 in the cd-444 it's the same game

Welcome to this forum, also I've seen your work in your web. Hope you are still interested in AMIGA. Also, I am a nearly new amiga user and I am focused in the CD32, as it is the only amiga I have

Yours,
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Another suggestion!!!

The Light Corridor (I like it a lot!!!)

http://hol.abime.net/887
http://www.lemonamiga.com/?game_id=686
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I noticed that my link of CHIP'S CHALLENGE is not correct

http://hol.abime.net/3011

This is the good link.
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