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  1. C.A.V.E. Apocalypse is an online game for the Atari 2600. It uses PlusROM functions to communicate with an internet server and load level data and game states. PlusROM functions are supported by Gopher2600, my Javatari fork and the PlusCart The game is programmed in batari Basic, but to compile it the PlusROM extensions of my batari Basic fork have to be used, see this AtariAge thread how to include the PlusROM extensions. Various code examples from @Random Terrain's awesome batari Basic webpage and various AtariAge threads are used in the code. Links Github: https://github.com/Al-Nafuur/C.A.V.E-Apocalypse Javatari Link Website Public Levels To build you own levels join here ROMs: C.A.V.E. Apocalypse NTSC.bin C.A.V.E. Apocalypse PAL.bin Technical Description When starting a game or changing a room the room information is requested from the server (/server/a.php) and the state of the room left is send in the request to store it in the server side session. The website for the level/room editor can be found here. Known issues and todos: Titlescreen music helicopter in middle position (facing to you when turning around) Video of the first prototype Second prototype (v2.2) played at the ZPH show
  2. Yesterday I modified @Philsan's batari Basic game L.E.M. (Lunar Excursion Module) to send the score online to the PlusCart High Score Club. Therefor I added experimental PlusROM support to batariBasic. PlusROM functions are supported by Gopher2600, Javatari and the PlusCart If someone is interested in making a batari Basic online game, here are the docs: http://pluscart.firmaplus.de/pico/?PlusROM#batariBasic The batari Basic fork with PlusROM support can be found here: https://github.com/Al-Nafuur/batari-Basic To add PlusROM functions support to your existing batariBasic installation just replace (or add) these files in your bB includes folder with the ones from the Github fork above: /includes/2600basicfooter.asm /includes/banksw.asm /includes/score_graphics.asm /includes/PlusROM_functions.asm @RevEng, @batari I can send a pull request, if you want to add PlusROM support to the main batari Basic repository.
  3. I was thinking, what if there was something like the harmony cart, only instead of reading from an sd card it read from a subscription website via wifi, almost like the sega channel , except if your not subscrbed you would have access to free demos and betas.
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