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Pursuit of the Pink Panther ROM Released!!

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On 10/15/2019 at 4:44 PM, batari said:

The biggest problem is that the cart has an extra 64 bytes of RAM. It may be impossible to convert it to any format that doesn't also have extra RAM.

 

I was aware of the RAM issue. Say it was converted with a major rewrite, would conventional SRAM be an option or even ram from a SARA chip? Just curious. Obviously this is totally hypothetical conversation.

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5 hours ago, Thomas Jentzsch said:

...can be dumped...

"...can NOT be dumped...". Sorry!

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2 hours ago, Shawn said:

I was aware of the RAM issue. Say it was converted with a major rewrite, would conventional SRAM be an option or even ram from a SARA chip? Just curious. Obviously this is totally hypothetical conversation.

Sure. With a major rewrite, everything is possible. :) 

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On 10/29/2019 at 9:43 AM, Thomas Jentzsch said:

Almost any. I am pretty sure ARM based games can be dumped that way, because the 6507 has no access to parts of the ROM.

 

Yes, makes no difference.

I looked for your RAM based dumper program, with no luck.

Where can I download it ?

 

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I haven't released the code yet. But can send you the ROM when you tell me which game you want to dump.

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I am pleased to say that Albert now has the .BIN file and can make this game if you add the Melody board option.  I made up my own label design and it turned out Peeurrrfect.  This goes great with Garfield which my friend Steve Woita programed. 

20200228_145536.jpg

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9 hours ago, Age-of-Atarius said:

I am pleased to say that Albert now has the .BIN file and can make this game if you add the Melody board option.  I made up my own label design and it turned out Peeurrrfect.  This goes great with Garfield which my friend Steve Woita programed. 

20200228_145536.jpg

 

OMG, these labels are beautiful!!! ("Pursuit" is misspelled incidentally.) So this means we could order a Harmony-based version of PP directly from AtariAge? That's awesome.

 

These are works of art. I love your label designs. Nice work!

 

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