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Old 01 August 2003, 17:23   #1
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Original games list for IFW

Here's my original games list. If there are no comments that means the game comes with box and manuals, etc, and is in great condition. Also, I will mention if the game is PAL or NTSC in square brackets. Some games do not say if they're NTSC but I'm just making an educated guess (checking packaging, publisher and address, registration card, comparing using Hall of Light.)

AD&D Dragons of the Flame (no box, has instructions) (Wizard Works) [NTSC]
Monkey Island 2 (part of code wheel chewed by dog!) [NTSC]
Stunt Car Racer (marks on box, disk may be corrupt) [NTSC]
Techno Cop [NTSC]
Syndicate (I love the box!) [PAL]
Diggers (A1200) [PAL]
Cannon Fodder (part of re-lease collection) [PAL]
T2 - The Arcade Game (see above) [PAL]
The Chaos Engine (see above) [PAL]
The Settlers (see above) [PAL]
Dragons Lair 3 [NTSC]
Fears [PAL]
Police Quest 3 (32 whopping colours!) [NTSC]
Battle Chess [NTSC]
Monty Python's Flying Circus [PAL]
Robocop 3D (corrupt disk. I think this is NTSC because it has a Ocean of America registration card.) [NTSC?]
King's Quest VI [PAL]
Flashback (Classic Collection) [PAL]
Another World (see above) [PAL]
Cruise for a Corpse (see above) [PAL]
Operation Stealth (see above) [PAL]
Future Wars (see above) [PAL]
Theme Park Mystery (says "duplicated in Canada" on disk) [NTSC]
Space Quest IV (32 whopping colours!) [NTSC]
Gloom [PAL]
Hostage Rescue Mission (manufactured in USA) [NTSC]
Beneath a Steel Sky [PAL]
Theme Park AGA [PAL]
It Came from the Desert (box beaten up) [NTSC]
Back to the Future 3 (disks say "duplicated in Canada") [NTSC]
Combat Air Patrol (box clearly states "NTSC VERSION") [NTSC]
Star Trek 25th Anniversary (AGA) [PAL]
Frontier Elite 2 [PAL]
Slam Tilt [PAL]
Liberation (A1200) [PAL]
Altered Beast (no instructions, box squished) [NTSC]
Space Ace (ReadySoft Canada! Disk 5 doesn't work, box squished, no instructions) [NTSC]
Alien Breed Tower Assault (A1200 enhanced) [PAL]
Shadow of the Beast 3 (box says, "NTSC VERSION") [NTSC]
UFO Enemy Unknown [PAL]

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Re: Original games list for IFW

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THE END
Wha? Is it the end of the matinee already??? :eek

(Boooooo, hissss, jeer, I want my dough back, etc etc etc.)

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Supermods: better move this to the CAPS forum...
Anyway, what sort of Amiga setup you have Frootloop? Would be nice to dump these.
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Setup

My setup is very basic. It's an A1200, 2MB Fast Mem (yeah, should've got atleast 4), 85MB HD, WB 3.0.
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Ok, I assume you have a pc as well?
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Setup

Yup, 1.4Ghz T-bird connected to a cable modem. The Amiga is not connected to the network. Can it be done cheaply?
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network I don't know, but if you have a win9x OS installed, you can dump the games to the pc very cheaply and fast using a parallel cable, or cheap but painfully slow with a serial cable on any windows.
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Networking

Okay, I have two machines actually, but I don't use the other one that often. It's an older AMD running Win98 SE. I've just looked at the prices of cables (parallel and serial) and they're around $10 - I can afford that! What software do I need on both ends? I noticed that Amiga Forever includes Windows Explorer which supports networking, but I'd rather use something free because I don't really need AF right now.

What must I do to image the disks?

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1, Have the dumping software
2, perform some tests, though your setup is very likely to work without much tweaking (no ppc etc)
3, have some means of transferring dumps through to a storage device and after that through the internet.

Your setup seems perfect for all of the above. Amiga Forever won't help you - besides it is expensive for just this and you can get a *free* serial connection anyway if you have the cable, and if you don't have a cable you'd have to buy it for AF as well.
You don't have enough ram to dump images to ram: (dumping directly to hd is a no-no, due to technical reasons), but dumping over serial or parallel cable to your win9x pc will work for you.
Alternatively use a network but since you'll need a network stack on the amiga plus a cable for the networking plus a network card, it is fairly trivial that all these things cost more, than just a cable alone.
In the other scenario if you have the cable the rest is free.

Please e-mail me, and please use a real e-mail address (not hotmail etc.) to proceed further. All your info/personal details are confidential, like everyone else's.
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