Windjammers conversion for CPC

Started by XeNoMoRPH, 07:22, 20 March 23

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The beginning of this project dates from October 2021, it seems that now it is being resumed
all info & graphics here: https://amigamuseum.emu-france.info/Fichiers/sites/Winjammers/Windjammers.html
your amstrad news source in spanish language : https://auamstrad.es


Holy crap! Really? Love this game! 

Anthony Flack

Some great looking sprite work. The CPC palette evokes that fluorescent Neo-Geo look rather well. 


Nice. Now, we are still waiting Shadows of Death and Goldorak from the same concept.
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your amstrad news source in spanish language : https://auamstrad.es


Looking good. Nice colour selection.


Love this game and whoever converted the art did a great job! I'd so much rather see this on the Plus though, where I think a game like this could be done with much fewer compromises... Here's still hoping it's a great conversion, Plus or no :)


Bad news from TITAN: :(
Quote" .... Étant donné que l'information, jusqu'ici pourtant farouchement gardée secrète, semble avoir fuité, je me dois d'éclaircir la situation ! 😊
En effet, depuis quelques jours certains sites, groupes et forums Retro relaient l'information au sujet d'une hypothétique conversion Amstrad CPC de Windjammers dont je serais le graphiste.... Et, effectivement, je confirme qu'un tel projet a bien été initié en 2021 ! 😊
S'il a été tenu secret, c'était dans le but de créer la surprise lors de sa sortie. J'ai ainsi réalisé l'intégralité des graphismes.
Malheureusement, les aléas de la vie ont fait que ce projet a été mis en suspens il y a quelques mois. Ainsi certainement dépourvue d'avenir, cette matière graphique est restée stockée au cœur d'un répertoire d'AmigaMuseum et l'existence du projet a été tue... jusqu'à ce que le répertoire soit récemment visité et livre involontairement son contenu.
Donc, comme il n'y a désormais plus rien à garder secret, puisque que mes graphismes parcours désormais le Web, je laisse accessible la page dédiée du projet sur AmigaMuseum. C'est par ici ... "

your amstrad news source in spanish language : https://auamstrad.es


Oh darn, too bad... 😔

Btw the link was lost while pasting here. 


@XeNoMoRPH Nothing was secret, you have just to browse the public folder from the URL provided to show The Shadows of the Death or Goldorak to see everything: https://amigamuseum.emu-france.info/Fichiers/sites/

- CPC Bullet
- Double Dragon II
- Goldorak
- Missile Command
- Octopus
- The Shadows of the Death
- Windjammers

Don't be worry for that, he has leaked them by himself.
"You make one mistake in your life and the internet will never let you live it down" (Keith Goodyer)


Well could be a server misconfiguration? 


Quote from: Gryzor on 20:40, 20 March 23Well could be a server misconfiguration?
It is like that since a while. It is common to add a blank index.htm page if the wish is to hide the directory.
"You make one mistake in your life and the internet will never let you live it down" (Keith Goodyer)


Looking forward to Samurai Shodown CPC .. 
** My SID player/tracker AYAY Kaeppttn! on github **  Some CPC music and experiments **
Other music **  More music on scenestream (former nectarine) **  Some shaders

My hardware: ** 1985 Schneider CPC 464 with CTM644 (originally a GT65), dk'tronics 64k extension, 3" and 5,25 disk drives, A/B drive switch, Multiface 2, custom Amsdos-ROM with integrated SMon, switchable 6128 ROM, reset and pause switches. ** Amstrad CPC 6128 with CTM (same as above), M4 board, GreaseWeazle.

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Quote from: kawickboy on 11:21, 22 March 23https://amigamuseum.emu-france.info/Fichiers/sites/Winjammers/Windjammers.html

no need to search in fact.
I think he meant, that page was not linked to from anywhere, but it was accessible if you went up the server path. 

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