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MADrigal

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  1. a huge update to the site today: - a ton of new scans of manuals, boxes, pictures of console and hardware, etc - a "creatiVision history" article, with many unreleased/exclusive images - original promo flyer scans from 1982, 4 languages, also showing a screenshot of the obscure "Skiing" videogame! http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/
  2. the site is still growing day by day! i'm adding more manuals, box scans, console & hardware pictures, etc. if any of you have real cv-related stuff (carts, hardware, manuals, etc) please drop me a line and we'll see if you can contribute the site
  3. i dont think so... i have no time/will to code more of those
  4. a quick news. I just received 5 boxed carts from Australia, and I scanned boxes, manuals etc, and put them on my website :9 Games are: - BASIC first issue from 1982!!!! This means that ta-dah! cart has 3 4KByte EEPROMS, and it's quite different to the 1983 version I also have dumped. I'll have it dumped (and emulated) within a few days - also manual is slightly different and reports the "first edition" writing - Tennis (Dick Smith edition), having different bkground graphics - Planet Defender - Auto Chase - Sonic Invader All manuals/boxes etc can be downloaded from my site: www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/releases.php ("releases" page)
  5. @ Abert: I sent you PM around 10 days ago. You have PM now (just sent it) @ Video thanks btw :-)
  6. A quick reply. The new site is ready at www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/ I also released the "FunnyMu" emulator, v0.44 "unofficial by MADrigal". The downloads page also has the BIOSes, ROMs and a very useful GUI named "CreatiVe-UI" for use with FunnyMu 0.44. Still a few bugs to fix... next days...
  7. A quick reply. The new site is ready at www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/ I also released the "FunnyMu" emulator, v0.44 "unofficial by MADrigal". The downloads page also has the BIOSes, ROMs and a very useful GUI named "CreatiVe-UI" for use with FunnyMu 0.44. Still a few bugs to fix... next days...
  8. A quick reply. The new site is ready at www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/ I also released the "FunnyMu" emulator, v0.44 "unofficial by MADrigal". The downloads page also has the BIOSes, ROMs and a very useful GUI named "CreatiVe-UI" for use with FunnyMu 0.44. Still a few bugs to fix... next days...
  9. /me gets VERY angry! please don't miss to actually search for it... it's *very* important to the creatiVision community.
  10. That "Canadian friend" being me. Hi Luca! hi Luc, nice to meet you here
  11. rockam: that's very useful info! by the way, I contacted both Albert and Video, who appear to actually own those carts. I got no reply from them
  12. I have a boxed Coleco DK which I used for simulation: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/sim/dnload_m.php I got it as a present by a Canadian friend, and I think it's not worth a fortune... it's quite common.
  13. Hello, maybe you're talking about this? http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/1/0/0/6/5/7...12430198_tp.jpg
  14. Hello... I may have the solution to this riddle. I'm quite an expert in the creatiVision scene, and I believe it's a FunVision (creatiVision repackage) cart. All I need is to see what's inside the cart. Please open those strange white carts and post here a picture of the PCB inside. Also make sure to show the connector and the side where the ROM is, so I can watch at the codes printed on the ROM. I also invite you to read my post here, http://www.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=101851 where I explain my relationship with creatiVision.
  15. Hello everybody. My name's Luca Antignano, and some of you might know me as "MADrigal", the author of over 35 Game & Watch and other handhelds simulators. I recently decided to put my old CreatiVEmu website back online (it was offline since 2003). The site was originally designed to distribute the creatiVision emulator, named CreatiVEmu, but unfortunately my friend Roberto, the author, decided to never release it to the public. So the site simply became a sort of "informations repository" for cV fans with tons of articles and scanned manuals. The site is at: http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/ At this point I'm making a 100% brand new site design, and added a lot of new stuff. I'm planning to release the new site next week-end. In the meantime I'm trying to add more stuff to the site. I still lack scans from a few manuals, boxes and cartridges, especially infos regarding the "obscure" items. With the new site, I'll also release my personal "unofficial" version of the FunnyMu emulator, with tons of bug-fixes, better sound quality, configurable, with graphics interface and compatible with all existing ROMs. I'll also release all the ROMs I dumped in the past years and 2 BIOSes (one for creatiVision and the other for FunVision). I invite all people having informations, articles, hardware, software on creatiVision, Wizzard, Rameses and Funvision to contact me at: lucantignano AT gmail DOT com. Thanks
  16. Cassette tape could only be used with BASIC cart. The "electric engine" inside of the cassette player received commands directly by the BASIC ROM program. No BASIC -> the player couldn't even go in "play" mode! I do own a creatiVision with BASIC cart, I don't own a cassette player but a good friend of mine has it, and I tested it quite often. Originally released cassettes were recorded in STEREO mode, though the player could only read ONE CHANNEL. So you had the player sending DATA to BASIC through a channel, and the AUDIO part in the other channel. The audio part was usually some "welcome" spoken messages, or eventually "loading music"! Please visit my site at www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/ if you want to get some stuff. I'm currently making a brand new site design, and I will add more stuff very soon :-) I'll also add my personal version of the "FunnyMu" emulator, more compatible, with better sound, configurable and compatible with an external graphics interface for Windows. And oh, I also dumped 90% of the existing creatiVision carts in the past, and I'm gonna release ROMs along with emulator :-) On my site you'll also find downloadable BASIC programs. I even wrote 2 programs back in 2001, using the (private, unreleased) CreatiVEmu emulator. I wrote programs with Notepad and then imported them into emulator - and all works fine! Look at the screenshots :-) [edited - Japanese CV here: http://www.tv-gamekan.com/creatv.html] Request: I'm willing to complete the "online database" of manuals for both games and hardware. If any of you has anything cV-related, please drop me a mail at lucantignano AT gmail DOT com and we'll see if your stuff is "top wanted" on my database miss-list. Please read my post at: http://www.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=101851 thanks a lot Luca, Italia
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