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Started by remax, 22:14, 04 May 15
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Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 10:31, 15 June 21Oh don't kid yourself sir, it's still awkward and still easy to mess up the gears at times. Not as bad as the joypad though, but it's still not ideal.
Quote from: iXien on 10:37, 15 June 21It will always remember me the wasted of just using the Atari 1 button joystick as a standard on 8/16bit computers while all the systems were ready for 2 or even 3 buttons without any hardware modification. But hey, it all belongs to history, we're not going to remake the world
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 11:51, 15 June 21Not gonna lie, I was thinking the exact same thing when I replied but I didn't want to be captain obvious either.
Quote from: Johnny Olsen on 20:43, 14 June 21Don't expect too much.I do not know much about the gx4000.Do you have the address to the level select key?Is the corruption a crack error or is there also an error on"Super Cycle (UK) (2 faces) (1986) (UK retail version) [Original] [TAPE] .zip"from cpcpower?
ORG &7E03LD A,(&67F6)BIT 2,A ; LEFTJR nZ,NEXT1LD A,01JR KLAR.NEXT1BIT 1,A ;DOWNJR NZ,NEXT2LD A,02JR KLAR.NEXT2BIT 3,A ;RIGHTjr nz,next4LD A,03.KLARld (&4D4B),AJP &7DB6nopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnop.NEXT4
Quote from: Johnny Olsen on 20:43, 17 June 21@Phantomz please try this level select code Code Select ExpandORG &7E03LD A,(&67F6)BIT 2,A ; LEFTJR nZ,NEXT1LD A,01JR KLAR.NEXT1BIT 1,A ;DOWNJR NZ,NEXT2LD A,02JR KLAR.NEXT2BIT 3,A ;RIGHTjr nz,next4LD A,03.KLARld (&4D4B),AJP &7DB6nopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnop.NEXT4
;Super Cycle level select code.;Disc ORG &7d17LD A,(&67FC)BIT 2,A ; LEFTJR nZ,NEXT1LD A,01JR KLAR.NEXT1BIT 1,A ;DOWNJR NZ,NEXT2LD A,02JR KLAR.NEXT2BIT 3,A ;RIGHTjr nz,next4LD A,03.KLARld (&4D50),AJP &7ccanopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnopnop.NEXT4
Quote from: Johnny Olsen on 16:34, 18 June 21@Phantomz How many level's are there?Are there the same number of level's on tape as on disk?I do not think the cracked tape version contains all level'sMulti load game is hard to crack, requires a lot of time, especially when one is not good at it. Which key's combination do you want to use?
Quote from: iXien on 19:38, 18 June 21As said @Shaun M. Neary the content of the game itself is the same but be careful, there is a difference in the intro. The disc version offers an intro sequence with a music and a high-score table swapping with the title screen. It's very nice but it means that this intro sequence has to be patched too, including the save-on-disk high-score table that requires keyboard to type your name too. The tape version is perfect for GX-4000. Wee loose the music but there is no high-score table to by-pass.
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 19:41, 18 June 21I can't speak for anyone else but personally, the music and the HST don't mean too much for me on this game. In fact the HST is a hindrance for the GX due to the lack of keyboard.I'd go for the tape version. Well I would if I knew what I was doing!!
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 18:58, 18 June 21@Phantomz There are 12 tracks in total in Super Cycle on both tape and disk versions.You've a couple of control options from what I can see. You can have button A for accelerate, button B for brake and up and down for gear up and gear down.You could also have up for accelerate, down for brake and button a for gear up and button b for gear down?Not sure how easy it would be to implement though.
Quote from: iXien on 20:08, 18 June 21Clearly, it would be perfect to be able to use a clean tape version as the lack of the useless highscore table to patch compensates the need to sacrify the little music But if only disk versions are clean...
Quote from: RockRiver on 09:36, 20 June 21What about Plus2CPC https://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum/amstrad-cpc-hardware/plus2cpc-plus-cartridge-slot-for-the-cpc/CPR (cpc classic) converted to gx4000 would run on CPC464 ?then a new game console is born ... gx3000 or or gx2000 or gx464 ha ha ha
Quote from: Phantomz on 13:17, 20 June 21The converted cpr's will run and work ok, but the keys have been remapped to make it GX4000 friendly, so you might not be able to use the keyboard to play the game, or redefine the keys you wish or enter your name in the high score table etc.
Quote from: eto on 09:41, 24 June 21 gamepads or an arcade joystick with 2 buttons, so the modified CPR is perfect
Quote from: Johnny Olsen on 09:35, 24 June 21@Phantomz &2e10 Makes no sense, it's in the middle of level code. I can't find your string.
Quote from: eto on 09:41, 24 June 21Depends! This is not the case if you are using a gamepad or two-button joystick on the CPC. I don't like normal joysticks anymore and only use gamepads or an arcade joystick with 2 buttons, so the modified CPR is perfect. And since highscore tables can't be saved anyway on a CPR (and rarely aren't at all) this is not really important.
Quote from: Phantomz on 13:11, 24 June 21Try using the the following cpr and highscore snapshot, you should be able to find and change the string in winape then.
Quote from: Johnny Olsen on 18:59, 24 June 21Now I'm with, I focused on the tape version and changing the keys. I have tried several different version looks they all have graphics bugs.
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