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Author Topic: Isometrikus játékok átírása Amstrad CPC - Porting isometric games from Amstr CPC (Read 281 times)

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Van egy játéklistám isometrikus játékokról, amit a Youtube-on találtam és CPC-re írták.
Szivesen kipróbánám a gyerköccel öket EP-n ha volna átirat hozzá:

3DC
Bactron
Doppleganger
Er-Bert
Greyfell
Hire Hare
Get dexter 2
Meltdown
Nexor
Nosferatu the Vampire

 Fontos lenne, hogy az External Joystick legyen az irányítás, mert csak azzal tudunk játszani.

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Ha valamelyik már át van írva, akkor elnézést, még nem néztem át a játéklistákat.

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A Get Dexter első része is ilyen, csak a színkompozíció extrém kicsit-nagyon. Még az Inside Outing ilyen, az is megvan EP-n,
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Great initiative!

I love isometric games. They were one of the peaks of programming and resource savings of the classic era, giving us complete worlds to explore on our little computers. Much the same as the Freescape saga.

Not related, but searching for more games by Remi Herbulot ("Get Dexter" saga creator with Michel Rho) I have found that he made other great game for CPC named Purple Saturn Day. (It is also 3d but not isometric, and uses mouse cursor on the phase game selection because it was also launched on versions for Amiga and Atari ST).
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Great initiative!

Sorry, but I don't see any kind of initiative. There is some sort of begging only. :(

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Aha, probably you have guessed what I was really thinking.....: If these games aren't on the Enterprise database maybe some of them are good candidates for an Enterprise conversion if Geco(or other of our geniuses) thinks they have enough quality....

On the list, yes, the "Get Dxter" engine seems like the wonderful one on Inside Outing, but I am also very impressed by others, like Bactron, or the almost actual "Hire Hare"(2016) and its sequel "Dire Dare"(2022), this last one of course not listed.
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OK, then let's start with Bactron first.

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The original Bactron game was released protected on disc or tape. I have found this cracked-protection version that even has some errors fixed.


I have tested it on Geco's CPCEmu, and it runs and loads some image, then it hangs. It probably access the hardware directly when doing a moving horizontal bar effect just at the beginning(not begging...)
« Last Edit: 2022.November.22. 16:59:40 by gflorez »