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Forgotten Worlds +11   [1989]

Forgotten Worlds +11 Released by :
Genesis Project [web]

Release Date :
14 August 1989

Type :
C64 Crack

Properties: Onesided

AKA :
Forgotten Worlds / Jewel

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (7 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Crack .... Snacky of Genesis Project
Trainer .... Snacky of Genesis Project
Loader .... Snacky of Genesis Project


Intro used in this crack:
DownloadGenesis Project "Snacky's Intro" by Genesis Project

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/22929/ForgottenWorldsJEWEL-GenesisProject.ZIP (downloads: 1075)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Snacky on 30 June 2021
So here's why I did IFFL: I released games that in the original version have been a full disk side, with a lot of disk space that was used for no reason!

See Logo for example: My release is not a disk, but only a file <100 blocks!

Of course, if you compress the stuff you need to make sure that it always works: and the load effect is a side effect that might be negative.

In today's world: NObody cares anymore of size! But back in 1989 we did care if you needed 600+ blocks or 100+ blocks for a release! Believe it or not!
User Comment
Submitted by Giulio/Wolf on 29 May 2019
call it level-packer then. I guess you already understood what I mean.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 29 May 2019
There was already level squeezer in 1989?
User Comment
Submitted by Giulio/Wolf on 29 May 2019
There are a lot of useful trainers here but the packing/loading system is not acceptable, even for 1989 standards. A simple level-squeezer would have done its job perfectly. My two cents. Just look at other groups releases.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 29 May 2019
For being 1989 I guess it is not that bold. Doing this today is another thing.
User Comment
Submitted by Giulio/Wolf on 29 May 2019
Call this a "jewel" release is really a bold claim...
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 13 December 2007
This one is tightly packed. The only thing is the scan from the start at all load operations.
I guess if you have DolphinDOS this isn't as much of a problem.
With normal load it gets horribly slow.

Note that this makes it compatible with VICE's virtual device traps.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 13 December 2007
Quote:

The load routine ($6c00) seems to scan the file from the beginning everytime to find the needed data, using normal kernal IEC routines.


thats how early (lame) iffl linkers worked =D they dont save space, and make loading times longer \o/
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 13 December 2007
So what is the requirement for that?

Here the data has been linked into 3 files instead of many more.
The load routine ($6c00) seems to scan the file from the beginning everytime to find the needed data, using normal kernal IEC routines.
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 13 December 2007
Wasn't this the first IFFL-o-fied crack, ever?
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