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Started by zzarko, 23:27, 20 January 19
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Quote from: zzarko on 23:27, 20 January 19After several days of digging, reading about CP/M and plain trying various things, I think I now have the most complete archive of Amstrad PCW 8256 games to date. All games have been made autoboot, for easy usage with Gotek-equipped PCWs and with PCW emulators. If you are interested, the archive can be found at:http://8bitchip.info/commodore/Amstrad_PCW_8256_Games_Archive.tar.gzIf you have some games that aren't in the archive (I know there are more), and you are willing to share them, please contact me.
Quote from: mikjaer on 02:07, 23 February 19So how do i transfer these images to a 3" Floppy? Are there a guide somewhere on how to attach a 3" Floppy to a PC or is there another way?
Quote from: HigashiJun on 11:03, 11 February 20Here are Jai Alai passwords.
Quote from: TynH on 01:50, 25 March 20It's not a rare game as such:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_(1971_video_game)However it's fun to play once you understand the concept and seems to run fine. Here's the file I've used:https://my.pcloud.com/publink/show?code=XZQsuMkZBg5ULGx2Ad7ak9t4nV2haLlguux7http://www.dunnington.info/public/startrek/
Quote from: TynH on 01:50, 25 March 20However it's fun to play once you understand the concept and seems to run fine. Here's the file I've used: ...
Quote from: jevicac on 01:42, 15 February 22Hi Zarko, thanks for sharing.Clarify that ACME games are from PCWWiki. Almost all the material is taken from there.
Quote from: jevicac on 08:21, 15 February 22Just specify where most things come from.
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