Jump to content

tuf

Members
  • Content Count

    460
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

tuf last won the day on February 4 2010

tuf had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

192 Excellent

About tuf

  • Rank
    Moonsweeper

Recent Profile Visitors

7,688 profile views
  1. I'll give it a shot tonight! Thanks - love all the new game development going on around here!
  2. Awesome - love these style games. Reminded me of Dallas Quest
  3. I know it's been a minute but I just had to recompile for a new Synology that runs a Celeron. To compile it you need an OS that has an older version of GLIBC since the Synology runs an older version. I used "Holy Build Box" in Docker on the Synology to build it in, which worked great. I did have to add "-std=c99" to the CFLAGS (add it to the end of the FLAGS line for LINUX) to get it to compile. tnfsd
  4. So cool! I'll be checking it out when I'm done with work. Awesome that you returned to programming - I'd love to do the same myself.
  5. This idea of things not being "Atari based" solutions is silly. The 2400 baud modem I used in 1984 to connect my 800 to a BBS was not a native solution. The modem did all the work. No one is looking for period correct solutions these days. Any and all additional devices are a good thing!
  6. Wow, I sure wish DannysDay would have been available in my market. Absolute trainwreck of a show - would have been fun to watch
  7. Here you go. There's an .exe that gets produced as well, not sure what that's for but I included it. Let me know if it works! tnfsd-3-17-22.zip
  8. Oh there's a new version? I can give it a shot. Stay tuned, might take me a minute - I'll try when I get home from work tonight.
  9. Freesync lets two compatible devices adjust their refresh rates in real time. There's a number of adaptive sync standards (FreeSync, G-Sync, etc). It's meant to reduce tearing in modern video games by scaling the refresh rate to match what the card outputs. Multisync simply refers to a monitor that can synchronize to more than one (fixed) scan rate. NEC trademarked the term back in the day b/c their monitors supported multiple scan rates. Scan rates and refresh rates aren't the same thing. Technically I suspect all monitors today could be considered Multisync as they all support more than a single horizontal and vertical scan rate. Sometimes we get lucky and find modern ones that can support scan rates low enough for vintage resolutions.
  10. They only had 1 of those adapters in stock btw, so hopefully you grabbed it. I've got the Best cable also and much prefer the adapter.
  11. Get one of these: https://centuriontech.eu/product/st2vga-r4/ It'll have an audio output for speakers or whatever.
  12. And after rabbit hole-ing a bit I see someone's already done just that - Mashed Turtles:
  13. If you spend any time modifying code, how about making it support 4 players Give us 4-player Warlords guys something else to play!
×
×
  • Create New...