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Old 18 May 2009, 15:01   #81
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And the award for best cover artwork goes to...

Saint Dragon CD32





And lastly, I recreated the Phoenix Fighters CD case using a scan from the original:




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Old 19 May 2009, 12:33   #82
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Old 22 May 2009, 21:03   #83
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Phew. I've finally finished.

Still updating a few descriptions on the web page, but I've now updated my early single game discs with improved startup-sequences and modified some of the covers (see the first post on this thread for the full gallery).

In addition to this, I give you RGCD Arcade (Volume Three)





Comprising of two formerly single-disc games that required a keyboard (Cyberzerk & T-Racer), Paradroid 90 (which runs on a stock CD32) and Vital Light CD32 as well.

And thanks to StingRay, Tubular Worlds AGA has now been patched to work without keyboard. The hi-score routine was recoded to use the joypad, and scores are saved to NVRAM!





That's all for a while - I'll post here with future updates when I get more time.

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Old 24 May 2009, 16:21   #84
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And thanks to StingRay, Tubular Worlds AGA has now been patched to work without keyboard. The hi-score routine was recoded to use the joypad, and scores are saved to NVRAM!
Nice work StingRay - anything that saves me getting up and tapping the keyboard.
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Old 20 August 2009, 09:46   #85
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I am going to waste so much black ink printing these covers out.

Has anyone thought of doing printable CD-R images for these? My photoshop skills probably arent up to scratch but I do have a printer that will print on a CDR.
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Old 01 September 2009, 22:58   #86
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Floppy disk Cool site

Great project you are doing, I`ll be downloading some of these games, are you taking requests ? I`d like to see Magic Serpant on there, ok its a old A500 game but hey.

Great job tho well done.

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Thanks for this! Registered WHDload today, and am awaiting a PSU and controllers for my CD32 and will start trying these out!

I do wish that the CD BACK artwork contained the part that goes down the spine of a CD Jewelcase to show them off when stored.
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Old 24 September 2009, 08:09   #88
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Awesome effort, thanks for sharing.
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Old 25 September 2009, 17:46   #89
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i must say some of these cd covers are just pure sexy I would print them out just for the sake of having them on my shelf
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Old 28 September 2009, 14:27   #90
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I do wish that the CD BACK artwork contained the part that goes down the spine of a CD Jewelcase to show them off when stored.
It should do (my copies have them)! If there are spines missing from any, please let me know and I'll re-upload them.
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It should do (my copies have them)! If there are spines missing from any, please let me know and I'll re-upload them.
I found them, I was looking at the front pages only (duh). I am at work trying to get these to print on a big bad Xerox Fiery color printer but can't seem to get them sized correctly. Will keep trying! Anyway, these work great on my CD32 and I really enjoy them!
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Old 22 October 2009, 01:38   #92
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All look good.. Pity the ones I like need a keyboard..
 
Old 05 November 2009, 17:30   #93
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Amazing project, please don't stop it! (and please do more games, without the need of keyboard).
 
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Hi - I will probably do some more stuff over christmas.
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Old 17 November 2009, 19:22   #95
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Yes it would be AWESOME if you port some more games and fix the needing of a keyb in order to make them work on a CD32.

But i would ask also for some kind of compilation of your work done on single disked games so far. No keyb plz.

Around a dozen of games per cd would be great. Selection menu x6 games, 2 selectionable pages... XD

I love the 4in1 packs you made already, i would love more work on that field, not because i don't like the dedicated single covered games,
they're really cool, but some of us are short of space. LOL.

Anyways keep it up, you're doing a great job. Thanks!!!

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Old 18 November 2009, 15:07   #96
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Hi - I will probably do some more stuff over christmas.
Keep em coming! I haven't downloaded anything yet as I'm quite busy with catching up on the offical CD32 releases. Your site will come in handy soon I suspect!
That Tubular Worlds cover is amazing! Should be printed out as a poster and put it up in my gaming room
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So you just burn the ios using nero and the disk works on an amiga cd32? is it really that simple??? if so please please please do defender of the crown, pinball dreams fantasies and any other pinball. Also how about monkey island 1 and 2 and pp hammer, dear god theres so many. I'd be happy to pay you for these games. omg, how about nuclear war and star control???
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if so please please please do defender of the crown, pinball dreams fantasies and any other pinball.
In case you don't know about these official releases:
Defender of the crown II ("enhanced" version, for CDTV and CD32)
CD32 versions of some Pinball games (not sure if Thomas the tank engine's pinball will be to your liking but anyway...)
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Thankyou !!
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Old 25 January 2010, 00:54   #100
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Great work on these discs! I've been keeping an eye on these for a while and have just got around to burning and playing them, please carry on and release some new ones!
I've had a week at trying to create my own discs but i get stuck trying to compile the cd, must be going wrong somewhere!
Finally, if i can't get around to it, please make a Lemmings collection CD, i'm not sure off hand which games are WHDLoad etc But even if its just Lemmings, Oh No and the 4 xmas Lemmings demos/packs that would be great if possible!
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