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Offline RetroMal

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Thanks for GX4000 Conversions
« on: 04:03, 14 July 18 »
I'd just like to thank those involved in converting so many titles for the GX4000 and putting them here for download.


I wanted to play Wonder Boy on my GX4000 and I have a C4CPC but I couldn't get it working.  Using nocart I created .cpr files but when I ran them I'd get some sort of error - "Bad Command" or "Syntax Error" - I assume my command line was wrong.  So I searched for help and found your page with the hard work already done for me.  I can now play Wonder Boy to my hearts content and other excellent games as well.


Thanks again for your efforts - they are appreciated.


Mal

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Re: Thanks for GX4000 Conversions
« Reply #1 on: 14:47, 24 July 18 »
Indeed, this is a wonderful project, and a huge one to begin with. I'm really surprised with the output!

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Re: Thanks for GX4000 Conversions
« Reply #2 on: 02:53, 25 July 18 »
I'd just like to thank those involved in converting so many titles for the GX4000 and putting them here for download.


I wanted to play Wonder Boy on my GX4000 and I have a C4CPC but I couldn't get it working.  Using nocart I created .cpr files but when I ran them I'd get some sort of error - "Bad Command" or "Syntax Error" - I assume my command line was wrong.  So I searched for help and found your page with the hard work already done for me.  I can now play Wonder Boy to my hearts content and other excellent games as well.


Thanks again for your efforts - they are appreciated.


Mal


It's a great project and very useful.
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