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Started by remax, 22:14, 04 May 15
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Quote from: Nightwolf on 23:51, 12 July 15So, seems all points to convert 64k games for the console. That's fine. But, what about 128 games? What about the 6128+? Im dying to play Rtype enhanced or Orion Prime, Bloodwych (damn, with two joysticks could be possible???) Will anyone had interest on that? For what I see, NO$CART just convert 64k programms, is that correct?
Quote from: mr_lou on 05:57, 13 July 15I'm no expert but I'm pretty sure NO$CART will convert 128k programs too. People has just been focusing on 64k games in order to support the GX4000.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 09:24, 13 July 15I doubt Orion Prime will convert, it's a special disc format and communicates directly with the floppy disc controller.
Quote from: Phantomz on 10:59, 13 July 15I've been doing the 64k GX4000 carts mainly as like people have said, you have no way to play most of the games on the system as you can't connect a floppy drive up to it.I'm happy to do 128k games, but nocart can only do 40 track discs and non protected games, so it's not as easy as just picking a game and thinking I'll convert that.I think I mentioned doing a page for 128k games for the plus machines, but people though it was pointless as people would just convert games for themselves, maybe they will maybe they won't, I have no idea.Nocart is easy to use, so maybe look into trying to convert the games, it really is easy if the game isn't protected and is 40 tracks or less, I mean you have a keyboard on a computer so there is no problems with a converted game.The GX4000 games I do require more work than just using nocart to transfer the game from disc to cart, as there is the added problem of no keyboard on the console, I have to remap all the keyboard controls to the Joypad Buttons available to me, I do this as it might be hard for most people to do.If a page gets made for 128k games then I'm happy to upload any games I make, I mean I did the 128k Hack version of Paperboy with Music that people might want, but it will probably get lost with the post I added it to.
Quote from: remax on 16:39, 13 July 15Do not refrain yourself from creating such a page, it's really easy
Quote from: Phantomz on 17:00, 13 July 15Maybe it is, but I'm busy enough as it is Maybe people that have a little free time and want 128k games could make one.
Quote from: Nightwolf on 17:40, 13 July 15Thank you for your reply guys. I found C4CPC very handly to play all CPC games. Hope more games can be converted and this way more interest doing special editions by adding music, sfx, those kind of ugrades (and CPC+ features!!!) By the way, is there any tutorial for convert games? I've tried Laser Squad for example, but I had no luck. Tried witht:"nocart64 LASERSQ.DSK disc"Then tried with arnold, and it didnt work :_(
Quote from: CraigsBar on 12:44, 14 July 15Did you use the CNG soft source with the menu to select version and simply hard code the results?
Quote from: Phantomz on 12:50, 14 July 15UPDATEI have now updated the version on the wiki page so it can now be used to play the 128k and plus version, for people with a 6128 plus.
Quote from: Phantomz on 19:24, 07 June 15Yep that was it @remaxHere is another game for the list " Exolon "It wouldn't let me remap Joypad 1 Buttons even when I tried 58 and 5A and 4C and 4DUse Joyad 2 Button 1 and 2 for options, use option 2 and redefine controls before you start.I'm not to good at bypassing Highscore Tables, I've done so in this game by making the scores really high, so the option shouldn't come up.I've just changed the rar to include a poked version also which gives:Unlimited BulletsUnlimited GrenadesUnlimited LivesI've just done the same trick with " Solomon's Key " maxed out the Highscore board so it shouldn't come up to get stuck on.
Quote from: yurif74 on 10:06, 03 August 15Hello mates,good new here, i finally fixed "Continental Circus" when you're asked to press y/n to continue, you can use fire button 1 to reply YES and fire button 2 to reply NO (controller 1)
Quote from: zeropolis79 on 14:29, 04 August 15Nice show of community spirit..
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