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update:

 

new maze (level 9)

starts at level 9. What used to be level 9 is now level 10.

 

mini-game:

left difficulty switch used to determine whether sub bounces off walls or keeps ramming into them.

left difficulty A sub bounces off walls

left difficulty B sub keeps ramming into walls

gosubtwo23.bas

gosubtwo23.bas.bin

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A new update can be found here.

New stuff:

Added a no octopus/fish mode (left difficulty A/B at title screen.)

Moved mini-game options to right difficulty switch.

Lessened difficulty of maze 4.

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When you selected the mini-game from the title screen with the octopus and fish on it, they stayed in the mini-game. This has now been fixed. I also added noise for shooting and noise for hitting something in the main game. Tell me what you think of the noises.

gosubtwo25.bas.bin

gosubtwo25.bas

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If this game is made into a cart is there any way to make it 7800 combatible? I think this is a Batari Basic issue but I don't know the details, I just know the carts don't work on my system. :(

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Hi

I have the Gosub cart and it is 7800 compatible too.But it is not Pal compatible.So,if the game works on a 2600,it should work on a 7800 too.

greetings gambler172

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Hi Chris

Level 13 is difficult,but after 3 efforts,i made it.The difficulty of the game is ok;not too easy and not too hard.

greetings Walter

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Hi Chris

Looks great.Maybe you can add a "Treasure Chest" in the wining screen????How many level can you implement in the game?

greetings Walter

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The treasure chest will be in the last level. I don't know how many mazes I can put in the game, but I'm shooting for 20 or 21.

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Another updated version. I changed the maze again (it's very difficult to design new mazes that aren't mimicking previous ones. This one kind of is, but with one main difference.) Level starts on level 1. Here's some more stuff I changed/added:

 

-bullet stops once enemy is hit.

-bullet now goes to the right edge of the screen a little bit past the exit (like the left side)

-changed 2 levels very minorly to include Atari Fuji logo.

-added a code at game over screen (if you press right and then reset, you leave off on the level you died at instead of starting over again on level 1.)

 

I have about 800 bytes left in bank 4, so I should be able to have room for 21 levels.

gosubtwo32.bas.bin

gosubtwo32.bas

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Again, this is turning out quite well. Any chance you might be able to "fade" the enemies into the background as was done in the original Gosub? That could (theoretically) allow more enemies by freeing up player sprites while the player sprite for a given enemy is inactive (i.e. "faded"). Just a suggestion.

 

Still though, I see your programming abilities are improving (as are mine) and "Gosub 2" would make a pretty good sequel. :D

 

--Dragnerok X

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The game now uses the Superchip (for now.) In order for me to use it, though, I had to get rid of the fish. So now, we're just down to the octopus. Here's a binary file, although most of it is messed up because I just started using the Superchip. So that means redesigning the levels. Using the Superchip now gives me the freedom to keep the 22 (or however many rows I want) of pfblocks *and* not having it be mirrored, so redesigning the levels will be a lot easier. The only level playable is level 1; after that, it spazzes out. :)

gosubtwo33.bas.bin

gosubtwo33.bas

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Im want my fishy back :(

 

If you alternate between displaying the fish and the octopus every other frame, you will get a little bit of flicker, but you can display both. Collision detection is also easier this way.

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Im want my fishy back :(

 

If you alternate between displaying the fish and the octopus every other frame, you will get a little bit of flicker, but you can display both. Collision detection is also easier this way.

 

(see my suggestion above)

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Here are pics for the first two levels. I have to recode the minigame from scratch since I broke it somehow when converting it to Superchip. :x This is going well, all I have to do is figure out how to make it bounce back when it hits a wall. The screens are now at 16 pfblocks wide (15 plus 1 hidden, I guess.) Here are pictures for the first two redesigned levels. I'll put the fish back in flicker (since I'm not using the multisprite kernel any more.)

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New version.

 

Bugs:

-when you die in the main game, there's no sound. Help!

 

Still Left To Do:

-Make sub bump and go opposite way option in mini-game.

-Design a whole bunch of mazes

gosubtwo34.bas.bin

gosubtwo34.bas

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