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Old 26 September 2010, 18:12   #1
Heavy Stylus
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Metal Law WHDLoad Problems...

Hi there, just noticed that the game Metal Law has some serious issues when running using the WHDLoad patch.

This is the game: http://hol.abime.net/2454/weblink
Here is the current slave: http://www.whdload.de/games/MetalLaw.html

Basically, when you play a two player game the map data gets all screwed up. If player 1 gets to level 2 and dies, then player 2 starts his turn on level 1, the map data becomes a mess, with level 2 aliens on level 1, etc.

For all I know, this may have been a issue with the original game, although I would hope that the coders would have had the forethought to test for this!

Uploaded the KG Preinstalled version for people to test. I quite like this game, especially the cool 'double jump'
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