Started by Keith A Goodyer, 04:08, 25 February 10
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Quote from: Gryzor on 19:20, 03 December 10@TFM: can we wait for it?
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:53, 15 January 11Officially sanctioned?
Quote from: sigh on 12:54, 15 January 11Great use of the pallete. The way the ship moves looks incredibly smooth. Will they work on getting the backgrounds 1 pixel scrolling or leave as is?
Quote from: TFM/FS on 05:24, 16 January 11That's a great version of R-Type, and for sure the best on 8 bit systems by far.
Quote from: spybro on 00:07, 18 January 11 great remake indeed.the greatest?no have a look at master systems port
Quote from: MacDeath on 07:51, 19 January 11The SMS as smoother sprites and bigger screen...
Quote from: Gryzor on 17:42, 19 January 11Come on, guys, MacDeath is not a troll!
Quote from: Gryzor on 17:42, 19 January 11I was thinking, today, this is a huge job. I wish I could understand how you did it... can you remake Out Run next?
Quote from: fano on 13:00, 15 January 11Yes I must thank again Xyphoes as he has been very patient as we had high requirements to avoid too much spoiling so he had to remake it several times.
Quote from: Xyphoe on 05:23, 20 January 113) When using 'Mixed' audio mode (both music and SFX) it would be nice to have a sound effect each time you shoot. Obviously you're firing a lot and it would mean losing a channel of music each time so I guess that's why you didn't do this, but would be nice to have the option to have that with as the first few times of playing it feels really empty and weird when other weapons make noises and there's explosions going on.
Quote from: Xyphoe on 05:23, 20 January 11The video is already nearly up to an incredible 1,300 views in less than a week! Nice to see such massive interest! I would say when you make this available for download, make sure you setup some kind of counter on the web server to see how many times it has been downloaded, will make interesting reading.
Quote from: Xyphoeone thing I loved about the original CPC port is how it cycles colours! Very cool!
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