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#51 remowilliams OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:21 AM

Some one asked for PARSEC, so here it is...

 

Oh, nice, and the same process worked for TOD. Or at least the hacked up disk based loader of TOD that I have...

 

 

Fantastic, those were the next two I was going to poke around at!   :D

 

In regards to the dragon pixel corruption on the title screen, the only other EA5 version I have seen also has similar corruption.  I'm assuming that's the only bit of the game that was affected in conversion.



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:28 AM

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:40 AM

I have to admit, I didn't try this image and the keyboard. I'll check it out after work.

I played lots of the parsec that is on the xb2.7 cart, with my USB keyboard. It worked like the TI keyboard, that is problems moving and firing at the same time.



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:48 AM

Fantastic, those were the next two I was going to poke around at!   :D
 
In regards to the dragon pixel corruption on the title screen, the only other EA5 version I have seen also has similar corruption.  I'm assuming that's the only bit of the game that was affected in conversion.


I've played this disk version quite a bit in the last year. But yesterday was the first time I tried it in classic99. The corruption on real iron is different than on classic99. The gameplay has always been fine though.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:52 AM

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I'm happy to be helpful. Thanks!
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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 10:05 AM

Here's the versions I have in Zip (Classic99) & TI-Arc formats.

 

TOD/TOE/TOF/TOG -- straight to title no gfx glitches.

 

TOD@1/TOD@2/TOD@3/TOD@4 -- reset to menu and glitched gfx.

 

 

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 1:12 PM

Nice, I'll do a do-over. :) I only had the @1 @2 style files. :(

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 1:24 PM

 

 

Aaah great, thanks a lot :) This is an easy way, just testing it with the Classic99.

I have to hammer that into my head. 3 is inverted, 8 not.

 

So, for example, the " fbForth208.bin" is non-inverted.

 

no no, was a gag :D    ....but I am sure I will ask again next  month :)

 

thanks

 

Try:

 

INV3RT3D / N8T

 

(ok the 8 is a stretch, but for the needs of old farts with less than fully-functional memory synapses, it  works)



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 1:40 PM

Nice, I'll do a do-over. :) I only had the @1 @2 style files. :(


By the way, I deleted the TOD8.bin from my earlier post, in hopes of containing it while I try again later with the good EA5 version posted by Torrax.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 2:34 PM

By the way, I deleted the TOD8.bin from my earlier post, in hopes of containing it while I try again later with the good EA5 version posted by Torrax.

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BTW - I'm curious Matt, are you still accepting 'suggestions' for conversion?  :grin:



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 2:40 PM

BTW - I'm curious Matt, are you still accepting 'suggestions' for conversion?  :grin:


Yes, sure! And I saw your request for Dsk2Pc.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:28 PM

Gave it a shot with MASH, looks like it worked :)



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:39 PM

Gave it a shot with MASH, looks like it worked :)

 

 

 

attachicon.gifMASH9.BIN

 

It loads & plays, the speech works fine, but it appears there are a couple of graphic abnormalities.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:46 PM

It loads & plays, the speech works fine, but it appears there are a couple of graphic abnormalities.

 

Yep definitely something not right with the cross landing pads and the bottom border.  Adding 'restore VDP' actually makes the pad graphics disappear and takes some bits out of the bottom border.

 

Oh well, back to letting people who know what they're actually doing do it.  :D



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:51 PM

 

Oh well, back to letting people who know what they're actually doing do it.   :D

 

Hey, it's still playable and it's not that bad at all!  Keep plugging along! From this end it looks like you know what your doing, hell you got it to work!



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:52 PM

Gave it a shot with MASH, looks like it worked :)
 
attachicon.gifMASH9.BIN


Cool! Careful with the 9.bin stuff. I was WRONG when I started naming them 9.bin, because that is not what I meant to signify. I was trying to name them so that Classic99 would recognize it as a non-inverted bank switched rom from the Cartridge-User menu. 8.bin means that. 9.bin meant nothing.
I've tried to clean up my posts that had those 9.bin files in them. If you have downloaded them, take a moment to rename the file, so we don't create more confusion.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:06 PM

Yep definitely something not right with the cross landing pads and the bottom border.  Adding 'restore VDP' actually makes the pad graphics disappear and takes some bits out of the bottom border.
 
Oh well, back to letting people who know what they're actually doing do it.   :D


A large set of TI programs never heard of initializing their variables. Cartridge software designed to work from power on state with nothing else getting to run before it was particularly guilty. At least that is my impression.
Some of the conversions to EA5 from cartridge needed patches to fix up that start up state. At some point, this pursuit will probably require writing some assembly code. :)

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:06 PM

I've tried to clean up my posts that had those 9.bin files in them. If you have downloaded them, take a moment to rename the file, so we don't create more confusion.

 
Got it.  Also why I pulled the MASH file off, to prevent junk floating around.

 

A large set of TI programs never heard of initializing their variables. Cartridge software designed to work from power on state with nothing else getting to run before it was particularly guilty. At least that is my impression.
Some of the conversions to EA5 from cartridge needed patches to fix up that start up state. At some point, this pursuit will probably require writing some assembly code.  :)

 

Yes I was afraid that might be the case. Definitely needs to be left to the smart people there. :)
 
 

Hey, it's still playable and it's not that bad at all!  Keep plugging along! From this end it looks like you know what your doing, hell you got it to work!

 
Okay, if you insist :D
 
Try this:
 
 
Attached File  Frogger.BIN   16KB   42 downloads (requires 32K expansion) (requires joystick in port 2)



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:28 PM

It is my first conversion of this game coded by a my italian friend and compiled by Matthew Splett with added Joystick Support

 

it seems to work but i think it need +32K expansion, it is normal ?

the original game was in XB.

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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:39 PM

  
Okay, if you insist :D
 
Try this:
 
attachicon.gifFrogger.BIN

 

The game comes up, but no frog to control?  Am I missing something?



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:42 PM

It is my first conversion of this game of my italian friend and compiled by by Matthew Splett with added Joystick Support

 

it seems to work but i think it need +32K expansion, it is normal ?

the original game was in XB.

 

 

E le grandi opere.  Grazie molto!



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:43 PM

Multiple Graziosi :)



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:46 PM

Multiple Graziosi :)

 

Ihr Italienish saugt!  :P



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Posted Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:47 PM

Oh I´m so lorry :)



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Oh I´m so lorry :)

 

What does being a British truck have to do with it?   ;)







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