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Dungeon Hunt II – Boxed version – interest check

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First off, a big thank you to all the ABBUC members who voted for Dungeon Hunt II in the recent contest!  Daniel and I are very pleased and honoured by this recognition!  Especially in light of some very challenging competition!

 

I have received a number of requests for a boxed version of the game and I am considering doing a run.  Due to certain technical reasons a cartridge version would be problematic – specifically the game would need to continue to save to a diskette.  Not sure if that will be a show stopper for anyone, but I want to be up front about it.  If you are interested in either version, can you please let me know (and indicate which)

 

Based on my estimated quantities, I can offer the diskette game for between $40 and $45 (USD), or between $60 and $65 (USD) for the cartridge version.  Both prices include shipping to the US, Canada or Europe (air)

 

Thanks to some great assistance and input from StefanD, the boxed version will be significantly different than the ABBUC contest entry – it will have four more levels, automatic PAL/NTSC detection, better difficulty balancing, graphic improvements, and more!

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Best regards

Jim

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Have the 1st one and love it Would be interested in a diskette version  Also will you include a cd with a ATR for emulators as before or a download link?

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I have previous boxed versions.

I am not sure but perhaps you used an Atarimax cart for cart version. In that case you could save to cart. 

 

EDIT

To reply to your question, I would prefer a cart version with cart save feature.

 

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I would like a disk version, please. I have the ABBUC version and the patch, but it sounds like there are further improvements. 
 

If you include the ATR, that would be great. Otherwise, I will pull out the 1050 and create one myself. 
 

Bob C

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I would love to buy a disk version, possibly cartridge as well.

 

Please handle the PAL/NTSC detection in a way that respects hybrid machines!

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Interested in a cartridge version, like the cartridge/disc combo idea and the Atarimax cartridge with save idea, but would go for cartridge with disc save as well.

 

As probably said before, great game, very close to what I wanted to program as a teenager but lacked the required skills. 

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Boxed diskversion yes!

 

Still love DH1 ... But this DH2 sounds great too. Would love to obtain atr already (can pay for that!)

 

Greetz

Marius

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19 hours ago, HatNJ said:

Have the 1st one and love it Would be interested in a diskette version  Also will you include a cd with a ATR for emulators as before or a download link?

Yes, I will include an ATR version with each box!

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19 hours ago, remowilliams said:

Any chance of getting a cartridge and a disk version in one box?  :)

I think I can manage that! 🙂

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14 hours ago, davidcalgary29 said:

I'd love a cartridge edition, and would buy two. But I'd still buy a boxed copy if it was only on diskette. Or cassette, if need be. :) 

Can I interest you in the Hollerith card version?  (extra shipping charges may apply) ;-)

 

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3 hours ago, jacobus said:

Yes, I will include an ATR version with each box!

Great I'm in for a boxed Disk version for sure

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3 hours ago, MARIO130XE said:

I would like a multi cart version of DH I & DH II on one cart and in one Box. any chance? 🤗

Sorry, I can't do that combination.

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