Started by manossg, 10:24, 17 May 20
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Quote from: Gryzor on 14:19, 03 August 20Am I the only one who liked it (VERY much) on my STFM back in the day?
Quote from: norecess on 16:49, 03 August 20Ahhh, the Gods game reminds me the good old Demoniak 4 discmag.. nostalgia! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X34Sg7rCbxg
Quote from: manossg on 16:42, 03 August 20IIRC, Gods was both a critical and a commercial success and I believe that the ST had a very solid version. The Mega Drive port, otoh... Did you manage to get any distance in it?
Quote from: manossg on 19:40, 03 August 20Am I getting too greedy if I confess that I dreamed of a CPC port for a moment there?
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 12:00, 04 August 20Guessing here but I imagine a cart would have more than enough space.
Quote from: Gryzor on 10:55, 04 August 20Yeah, actually I did get quite far. It was hard, but back then I found it was a great combo of action and exploration, and of course the visuals were sweeeeet. As for the music... let's just say I was late more than a few times for school because I booted the game just to listen to it!
Quote from: Otto on 11:38, 04 August 20In particular when we look at @ComSoft6128 's great article including video here: Food for my Plus volume 2 ... at some time in the video we see the CPCplus artist importing or converting a series of those nice graphics from the game "Gods" into his CPCplus. Half the horizontal resolution, but same palette, and looks great.I think a port of "Gods" from Atari ST to CPCplus should well be possible. Thanks to the CPCplus' hardware scrolling and hardware sprites it could maybe run smoother than on the ST which always lacked hardware scrolling and sprites.
Quote from: manossg on 14:39, 04 August 20wow, is that the AY?!?
Quote from: manossg on 14:39, 04 August 20 (while listening to the Atari ST version of the music...wow, is that the AY?!?)
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:30, 10 August 20Fails because...?? I watched all the video and what I got from it is I must go and download it
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:38, 10 August 20Ahhhh...Ok, downloaded. It really does look pretty.
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:51, 10 August 20Yes I love them, it's lack of time that kills it for me though... Last one I've played was Thimbleweed Park...
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:28, 10 August 20It was amazing really, both as a game and a retro bout of nostalgia. I played it in the evenings after work with my wife over a week and we had such a fantastic time!
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:47, 10 August 20Hey well she's an 80s child and grew up with Atari, Sega and PC adventuring, so...
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