Printed Amstrad Addict magazine announced, check it out here!
Started by abalore, 09:35, 27 May 21
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Quote from: zhulien on 06:50, 01 July 21has anyone got the Amstrad magazine which had the CPC 664 with Plus Upgrade? (I think it was an april fools joke, but couldn't find which magazine or year it was)
Quote from: GUNHED on 12:15, 01 July 21Thanks a lot for the Plus2CPC, it arrived and it's just awesome!!!
Quote from: ukmarkh on 19:17, 01 July 21Is there a link to buy this?
Quote from: Syncmaster319 on 22:39, 30 June 21Hi, I would love an IDC version for my MX4 board. Thanks in advance, great work! Mark
Quote from: ikonsgr on 08:26, 11 July 21@abalore, Do you happen to know if there are other Rom cartridge games like Alcon2020, that can run on standard CPC machines? Btw, soon, there will be another alternative for loading Alcon2020 (or any Rom game) on CPC machines.I'm planning to make this board with "dual mode" operation, that the 512k SRAM memory will function either as normal RAM expansion AND as ROM BOARD for 32X16kb roms!Using a small utility for USIfAC II, you will be able to load any cpr file to SRAM, and by a simple pressing of a button board will act as rom board!
Quote from: ikonsgr on 08:26, 11 July 21@abalore, Do you happen to know if there are other Rom cartridge games like Alcon2020, that can run on standard CPC machines?
Quote from: abalore on 10:02, 11 July 21I don't know of any other games specifically designed for ROM. There are many conversions of tape/disc games to ROM, and you can convert many disc games to cartridge with Nocart.
Quote from: abalore on 08:02, 30 June 21That's It. I use a modified Nocart version to fit several dsk into one cartridge in order to use the full 512k.
Quote from: Phantomz on 13:05, 11 July 21Any chance I could check this out? I could do with 80 track support as limited to 60 track with the current nocart.
Quote from: ikonsgr on 11:25, 11 July 21 Maybe it would be a good idea,to make a "CPR. ROM GAME ARCHIVE" here is cpcwiki, for games that utilize Plus Rom catridge, but they can run on any cpc machine (e.g. they don't use the extra hardware of plus machines like hardware sprites).Btw, i suppose all these cpr rom cartridge games are for plus only, right?
Quote from: ikonsgr on 19:11, 11 July 21I suppose the main usage for this is to play them using GX4000 game console
Quote from: zhulien on 12:03, 15 July 21I think there were some games originally advertised on rom - like the pacman with legs platform game (forgot the name)... Ghoulshttps://4.bp.blogspot.com/-p7oglLPoMgI/Vupkaa25uZI/AAAAAAAABew/_4ZVrZ7ek3094ZyajHyqPunD4ZIsFrUeQ/s1600/Gh2.pngHere also mentions Ghouls being available on ROM.https://cpcrulez.fr/applications_coding-micropower-sideways_rom_ACU.htm
Quote from: Philippe Lardenois on 12:02, 21 July 21Hi Abalore,just wondering what cartridge template you use to build your own compilation for 464 to use with the Plus2CPC cart horlder ?Is it a CPC+ cart modified with a Winbond27c256 ?
Quote from: Philippe Lardenois on 17:25, 21 July 21ok. So according to what I read, we could use a Plus original cartridge, with a Zif Support and an eeprom. Am I Right ?
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