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Running Rogue on a CoCo3 from an SDC?

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Trying to launch the 128K version of Rogue from my SDC and it's tripping up. I see the file is has a tag on it that says OS9, I imagine that is the snag. Anybody know what I'm doing wrong?

DRIVE 0,"ROGUE128K"

OK

LOADM "ROGUE128K

and I get an error code.

When I check DIR to see if the .DSK is mounted I get garbled data.

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This is an OS-9 game that is started using the DOS <enter> command.

Then, within OS-9, type ROUGE <enter> to start the game.

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1 hour ago, tlindner said:

This is an OS-9 game that is started using the DOS <enter> command.

Then, within OS-9, type ROUGE <enter> to start the game.

So it would go more like this?

DRIVE 0,"ROGUE128K"

OK

DOS<ENTER>

ROGUE <ENTER>

I'm still fairly new to the Tandy scene, sorry if this sounds dumb.

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Aha! I'm closer. Mounted the file to drive 0, then launch DOS, then type 

EX ROGUE -X

And hit enter. Get to the title screen, press space, then get hit with 

Rogue: unknown command line argument

I'm sure this would be easier with a floppy disk and a drive... still, I'm proud I made it this far as a relative noob.

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5 hours ago, MrDave said:

Well if rogue is os9 game you must first boot up os9 then run it from there..

Yes, I did that. Got to title then the command line error.

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