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Quote from: Prodatron on 20:28, 05 December 23Is there no Amsdos/whatever DOS-independent mass storage version available for Pinball Dreams?
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 12:10, 12 December 23Shouldn't that ribbon cable be connected to the pins on the other end of the board below the slots?
Quote from: pelrun on 12:55, 12 December 23Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 12:10, 12 December 23Shouldn't that ribbon cable be connected to the pins on the other end of the board below the slots?NO! It even says right on the picture that that is the pass-through connector.
Quote from: ZbyniuR on 13:22, 18 December 23What are you talking about? There is no Pinball version for 3" and that's the end of the story. You won't fit 800K on 180K. The author of the game did not provide for such an option because he thought that most of them play on an emulator anyway and a handful of die-hard Amstrad fans already have a 3.5" drive, and for a few people it doesn't It's worth making the 3" version.There is no device or program that will copy it to 3". If you are a great coder, you would be able to make a version that loads data in installments and tells you to change disks. But if you ask such questions, it means you are not one.Although there may be some early demo versions with one table and no music, small enough to fit on 3".
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