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Old 29 March 2002, 10:00   #1
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Chaos Engine AGA

Works with several WinUAE versions, but I get an annoying horizontal line on every screen in the game. Anbody knows how to get a proper emulation of this game?
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the line i get blinks, is that the same?

i also get screen jumps on the ECS version.
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Yup, same problem.

I got the ECS version working without problems though. I can probably dig up the proper config if you need it.
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yeah, that would be good, cheers m8
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Use WinUAE 0.8.16 R3 and a normal ECS13 config for Chaos Engine 1 ECS.
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Could it really be that not a single person on this board has a solution to this problem?

BTTR claims to have a working config listed, but I get the same problem using their suggestions. If a game has gfx errors in emulation they usually list them at BTTR, but in this case there's no info like that.

My main purpose of finding a working config is to get proper screenshots from the game. There IS a workaround; when you begin a new game or when your character dies you start off from a certain position on the map. If you don't move your character, the screen looks OK. But, if you walk up or down the screen that ugly horizontal line appears. This means I could get a handful of screens showing every darn starting position in the game. No bad guys, no explosions, no action. That's just not good enough.

BTW, my version is the Fairlight crack. Maybe there are other copies out there?
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theres also a crack by the medway boys which shares the same disk 2 and 3 as the fairlight crack

not tried this one to see if theres any difference though
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scratch that

the medway boys version has been wrongly named, its not aga
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Old 03 April 2002, 14:41   #9
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I get the same lines on the CD32 version.
 
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Looks like I have to put this game on the shelf for now....
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