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Old 03 January 2010, 20:54   #1
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Amiga CD32 questions

Hi peeps,
been thinking of getting a CD32 to put in the lounge - the miggy 1200 is too big to fit under the TV.
Are the games easy to get hold of? and can freeware games be burnt to cd on a normal pc cd burner.
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Old 03 January 2010, 22:33   #2
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Hi peeps,
been thinking of getting a CD32 to put in the lounge - the miggy 1200 is too big to fit under the TV.
Are the games easy to get hold of? and can freeware games be burnt to cd on a normal pc cd burner.
cheers
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Yes to all.

But for burning, you would have to compile the games using the CD32 Devkit into an ISO, then burn it.
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Old 03 January 2010, 22:48   #3
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thanx fol

are the dev kits freeware? they seem unavailable on net?

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thanx fol

are the dev kits freeware? they seem unavailable on net?
They are available from cd32allianz.de

http://www.cd32-allianz.de/entwickler/entwickler?
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Alternatively, they can be downloaded from the EAB File Server in the Apps/new apps folder.
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Old 03 January 2010, 23:37   #6
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cheerz guys. next payday gues what i is getting. yay
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Old 03 January 2010, 23:48   #7
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shame you didnt think of this 2 weeks ago, could of asked santa!
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Old 04 January 2010, 00:29   #8
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can u use the dev kit to put any miggy game onto iso?
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can u use the dev kit to put any miggy game onto iso?
Yeh, if its AmiDOS.

Or you could use WHDLoad, as wepl made a CD32 version of WHDLoad.
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Don't forget Heavy Stylus conversions.

http://www.rgcd.co.uk/cd32/
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Don't forget Heavy Stylus conversions.

http://www.rgcd.co.uk/cd32/
Good call.

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jeez you guys are like the gods of amiga. I presume my whdload key will work on cd32 version too?
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jeez you guys are like the gods of amiga. I presume my whdload key will work on cd32 version too?
WHDLoad CD32 needs no key, iirc.
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WHDLoad CD32 needs no key, iirc.
Aye, it detects a none CD32 and will not work.
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Make sure you try out Super Street Fighter II DX, the custom CD32 version of SSFII that finally boots on the CD32, which was previously thought to be impossible until Viddi and Boo Boo proved otherwise. They used a few tricks to get it working, but it proves what can be done to make even the toughest old games run on the CD32 - http://amigachristmastree.condor.ser..._CD32_V1.1.ISO
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jeez you guys are like the gods of amiga.
May I kindly suggest you avoid making such comments ?
I am quite sure some people could actually think they actually are what you describe.
I should know for being their omniscient Messenger .
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Super Street Fighter II DX??????????????????????'
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DyLucke, it's the AGA version of Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers, patched to boot on the CD32, with some of the background graphics fixed up too!
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oh! Sounds good... That version had good playability, despite quite poor graphics... Something with that playability but with gfx from the CD32 version would had been awesome.
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