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And for you, too, Mclaneinc! :)

 

Yay! There's Saracen game as a file. Finally! (btw. I had it as two-side-disk game)

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#436 - Diamonds 2, Spellbinder and Scapeghost - part 1,2,3

 

#437 - games from Ironia 2017 (Tensor Trzaskowskiego, Pac-Mad, Piekieleczko), Laura - English Version, Multi Loops, Ate'em All and Tre Robbo 51

 

#438 - ABBUC Software Contest 2017 stuff (New Atari Game, Superfly XL (lite), War Room, The bounty Hunter vs Skarg Slick, Citron 3kg), The Way of the Exploding Fist, Kobieta Zmienna Jest... and Shamus +

 

Enjoy!

 

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This site and atarionline.pl are my favorite sites for games to put on my Ultimate cart and Sio2SD. He keeps up with new disks all the time. They can even be split off and made into xex images with a python program out there.

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12 hours ago, Yautja said:

Magical Fairy Force... didn't notice this cool conversion. Many thanks, Miker!

Good stuff on this disk! Homesoft is an incredible resource! 

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There is an experimental TNFS mirror of the Homesoft archive at HOMESOFT.IRATA.ONLINE, for #FujiNet users.

 

This may actually get folded into atari-apps.irata.online.

 

but it is possible to either directly boot the XEX and ATR files on this archive with fujinet, or to use the N: device to run, or copy them elsewhere.

 

-Thom

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25 minutes ago, tschak909 said:

Someday I wanna give the ppl involved with Homesoft a hug.

 

-Thom

 

Afaik,

 

it is just one man who does all those magical A8 things (hacking, cracking, converting, porting, turning into stand-alone files, patching+fixing, etc. etc.).

 

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Don't know if I've mentioned it before but just wanted to say I'm incredibly thankful for the work done here in keeping the disks up to date. It's super convenient to have the homesoft collection as a resource, and between this, CSS cracks, and the preservation disks, it's just been a whole new age of Atari use.

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Yup, the Homesoft collection is just a wonderful resource, not only is it up to date but the programs are often improved in various ways. If it is indeed one person then this is stunning work. /me insists on a virtual beer for them..🍹

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Yeah, Homesoft is a great guy and incredibly humble. He/She appears around here from time to time.

 

Some NTSC fixes I did were based on Homesoft’s files, cause many issues are solved.

 

Just as an example, the original version of Monstrum has an almost unnoticeable glitch on a screen transition. Homesoft solved it.

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27 minutes ago, Wilheim said:

Yeah, Homesoft is a great guy and incredibly humble. He/She appears around here from time to time.

 

His name is Mike...  ;-)

 

 

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Homesoft games are continually updated and cleaned - no intros, no unpacking delays, no glitches.

Just click on download button on the right, extract zip file and you'll get all games inside A-Z folders.

 

I am honoured that The Lady is in Homesoft's disk.

 

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