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Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2014 8:08 am
You are two fast. I still need to make the OS X version of the other games.
I'll try starting this over the week-end.
Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2014 9:22 am
Be sure to use the liboric contained in return of dr genius as it contains many basic bugfixes, including a better line draw and a self modifying code detection mode for the asm part
Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2014 1:41 pm
Not sure they mind much anymore but I think I'll use them as a surprise gift for my brothers at Christmas: an easy way to go back in time
(easy... From the end user point of view
Posted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:21 pm
Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 11:18 pm
In 2007 I participated to a programming contest (with my pseudo "Ladywasky"), and I did a remake of Cobra (The snake from Norsoft).
I was not a challenger, just a free participant since I was in the organisation.
It was developped from scratch in Delphi.
It has two modes : the original vintage Oric graphics or the "modern" ones. Same gameplay, two diferent "skins" flavor !
Link to the contest page (sources available) : https://delphi.developpez.com/defi/serpent/#LIII-C
Sorry, it's in French !
Anyway in the menu :
- In "Options" (to the right), you can choose the number of players, the "style", activate sound or not ("son").
- In "Jeu", wich means "game", you can start a new game ("nouvelle partie") or Quit the game ("Quitter")
- The title screen displays the instructions and the high-sores (arrow keys to find your way, P for pause, escape to resign, f1/f3 for oricians who need to cheat against their kids
The original is far better (fastest) !!!
Get it here : http://callmekenneth.pagesperso-orange. ... 2,105.html
(Waskinette, this is me)
Here it the exe :