Printed Amstrad Addict magazine announced, check it out here!
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Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 11:01, 09 August 16Very short but important news for our little adventure! The Release Candidate 1 has been already sent for the final testing It is great because we managed to put it together way sooner than expected!
Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 17:03, 24 October 16Regarding the physical release, we actually do not plan it for the immediate future but, if there is enough interest, we can definitely think about it. Actually, we prepared the manual in a "ready to print" format just in case this physical edition becomes true. We would need to discuss what would be the best physical format, though. Remember that the game requires either a 3" and a 3.5" floppies or a couple of 3.5" floppies to run .
Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 17:03, 24 October 16Oooh dear! So yes, we were preparing everything yesterday evening and my idea was to do the announcement today, but you were faster than me and discovered the stuff on your own!
Quote from: ldaneels on 20:08, 24 October 16oops, I hope I didn't ruin your plans. I was just so exicted to see the trailer, I had to let everybody know.It does look very nice indeed.Well, I'll definitely keep an eye out for a physical release should you decide to make one. If that can help, I can provide my own 3" floppy and I imagine a lot of people should be able to. Well, if you decide to make a physical release. At any rate, it's just a possibility if you're short on ideas.Cheers,Loic
Quote from: Dubliner on 20:59, 24 October 16LOL i was wondering myself this morning why i haven´t seen any announcemente when i saw the trailer on Youtube via Gryzor. I even posted about that on retromaniac
Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 03:23, 01 November 16Regarding the write protection, actually at least the second disc should be unprotected all the time, because it is best to use it to save your games while you are playing (there is space for around 140 saves in there!)
Quote from: arnoldemu on 07:58, 01 November 16Question: Is there a command for viewing the room graphics and description again? I tried "look" and "examine" (on it's own) and neither work.
Quote from: khaz on 03:40, 01 November 16That did throw me off at first, as I loaded the rar into winape without really thinking. I was surprised to get a write error while loading, it's a bit counter-intuitive; I would have expected an error when trying to save the font or the game, not before. Is writing a mandatory step during loading? I know some people like to keep their data on write-protected discs, and use a separate disc to save their game, to try to minimize the risk of corruption. Though it's much less of a problem on a non-copy-protected game like yours, which can be rewritten at will.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 07:58, 01 November 16I just started to play it. I wish I had read the PDF because it answered a lot of questions.First thing I found is that I needed two drives to play it properly. If I tried to play it with one drive, then CPM was asking me to insert disc into drive A, then B, then A etc LOL. After I used two drives it worked much better.Question: Is there a command for viewing the room graphics and description again? I tried "look" and "examine" (on it's own) and neither work. I discovered "exits" lists the directions.I also tried to use "take" and that didn't seem to work but the I found "get" works fine.Now I will go back and read the manual
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