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Airdance IV 100%   [1998]

Airdance IV 100% Released by :
The Stock

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Type :
C64 Demo

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Idea .... Dizzy Devil of Out of Order, The Stock
Bug-Fix .... Dizzy Devil of Out of Order, The Stock
Test .... Dizzy Devil of Out of Order, The Stock

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User Comment
Submitted by Dizzy Devil on 11 April 2004
Airdance 4/The Ancient Temple

This is a patched version. In the original version, one of the parts
(Chicken Mc Digis) runs wild after looping two times; with the patch, it
does not do this anymore, but if you look closely, or compare it with the
original version, you will see, that the animation and the music are
a little bit out of synch. Sorry for that...

If you copy the diskimages onto a real 1541 disk and find that
the demo won't continue in the middle after you've flipped the disk, the
reason might be that the disk ID bytes in the sector headers aren't
correct. These ID bytes are written when the disk is formatted, and
the demo uses them to recognize which side is in.

If you are using Star Commander, make sure that it is set to format the disk
before writing.

Otherwise format a disk by hand using
open 1,8,15,"n:tat,5-":close1 for the first side, and
open 1,8,15,"n:tat,6-":close1 for the second side.
This way, the proper ID bytes will be written to the disk.
Then, write the disk images to this disk WITHOUT formatting.

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