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M.U.L.E. disk dump working in emulation. Cover has seen much better days. Includes folio, disk, & quick reference card. I cannot smell anything, but may have been stored in parents home for a time, and they were heavy smokers. So, please expect smoke smell (though hopefully there isn't any.) Also, I have a cat, so cat dander is to be expected. Asking $25 + shipping & PayPal fees.SOLD
I don't usually post into the Commodore forum here on AtariAge (I think that this is my first time), but my friend Chris and I created a short video overview, about thirteen minutes long, of Ultimate Wizard for the Commodore 64, a game written in 1984 by Sean Moore and Steve Luedders for Progressive Peripherals & Software. This Jumpman-like game was published in 1986 by Electronic Arts. If you're a Commodore 64 fan, then you've probably heard of this game. This is not-quite-my-first-time playing it, but it's obvious in this video that I'm not familiar with this game anymore. We created this video as a test to see how good it would turn out. All our comments are off-the-cuff. This isn't perfection, but it was fun to make and, I hope, to watch too. Chris and I are astonished at how the quality of the C64 emulation held up in this video when "captured" using OBS Studio. Along with Adobe Premiere Elements and Audacity, we were able to put this video together pretty quickly. You can watch the video on YouTube : You can also watch or download the video from Archive.org: https://archive.org/details/UltimateWizardCommodore64ElectronicArts1986 If you have memories of play Wizard, then please post them here, as I'd love to hear about them. Adam
So the Return of Heracles is a game that is mostly joystick driven except for one part of the game where you are stopped by the Sphinx for the "riddle of the ages" which is: "What walks on four legs in the morning, two in the afternoon, and three legs in the evening?" To which you type on the keyboard "man". Currently trying to get this game working on a system without a keyboard so typing that would be a stopping point in the game. Is there any way to hack a way past that? Return of Heracles attached below if someone would like to take a crack at it. Why? ------------------------------------------------- Been playing with prototype emulators, one if the Atari 2600 emulator for the Atari Jaguar, and using what I learned there, I am thinking of trying the same trick on the Atari 800 emulator for the Nuon. The_Return_of_Heracles.zip