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Re: Games : Need some Metadatas
« Reply #15 on: 2009.September.27. 00:18:19 »
In 2005 Paul Broadhead who did the Sorcery conversion for the Enterprise posted a few comments on SourceForge about Istvan's ep128emu. Paul said the Sorcery was a conversion.

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Re: Games : Need some Metadatas
« Reply #16 on: 2009.September.30. 17:18:29 »
I think it is up to you to decide whether Cauldron and Sorcery are original EP games or not. They contain features that CPC and Spectrum versions don't which makes problematic to decide if they are original EP games or not.

Ich meine, es hängt von dir zu entscheiden ob Cauldron und Sorcery echte Enterprise Spiele sind. Sie enthalten Eigenschäfte die die CPC und Spectrum Versionen nicht haben was erschwert zu entscheiden ob sie echte oder nicht echte EP Spiele sind.
(I hope the German sentence is correct. If not, you can correct it in the Off topik. :D )


Same problem with Wriggler: there is an official version of Wriggler (very similar to CPC version) but there is also an unofficial conversion of the Spectrum version, made by Endi.
Exolon and Impossible Mission 2 also have both Spectrum and CPC conversion, they are all unofficial, CPC conversions made by Geco.

Hungry Creature was "developed" by me, an original Enterprise game, not conversion. It is me who "coded" both "graphics" and music, sound effects if it is important for you. Originally written in IS-BASIC, compiled by Zzzip Integer Compiler. (Unofficial game, of course :D )
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Re: Games : Need some Metadatas
« Reply #17 on: 2009.October.01. 18:45:56 »
Quote from: szipucsu

Hungry Creature was "developed" by me, an original Enterprise game, not conversion. It is me who "coded" both "graphics" and music, sound effects if it is important for you. Originally written in IS-BASIC, compiled by Zzzip Integer Compiler. (Unofficial game, of course :D )

I've just played your Game....and i like it !   ;-)
I will add all metadatas (programmer,musican,graphics) in eCC  :ds_icon_cheesygrin:
Maybe you have designed a "Tape-Cover" for your Game, to add it also in eCC ? - If not, than...hurry up and  create one !  :smt079

Btw.
I also have created some Front-Covers for the Games, without an officially release.
Of course, they didn't looks so good, than your existing "Fake-Covers".....but i want to have a "Front-Cover" for nearly each Game in my eCC-Imagepack ! (if i find a Speccy or Amstrad Cover)

Here you can see some of my selfmade-covers.





« Last Edit: 2009.October.01. 19:59:40 by Vicman »
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