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Speedball Duology +4DF   [2018]

Speedball Duology +4DF Released by :

Release Date :
8 July 2018

Type :
EasyFlash Release

Videosystem: NTSC fixed
Proper release: 101%

Speedball 1 & Speedball 2 Brutal Deluxe +4

Released At :
ExCeSs Summer Barbecue Party 2018

User rating:**********  9.8/10 (13 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... JonEgg
  Saul Cross of RGCD
Idea .... STE'86
Trainer .... Knight Rider of Excess
Text .... finchy of Excess, Scene World Magazine
NTSC-Fix .... Knight Rider of Excess
Linking .... Knight Rider of Excess
Bug-Fix .... Knight Rider of Excess
Docs .... Bordeaux of Excess
Test .... finchy of Excess, Scene World Magazine
  Ghost of Excess
  Harry Potthead of Excess
  pcollins of Excess, Scene World Magazine
Help .... Faayd of Excess
Sampling .... Faayd of Excess

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/169046/Speedball Duology - EF.zip (downloads: 2596)

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Submitted by St0rmfr0nt on 8 July 2018
Speedball 2 on the C64 is a very nice conversion of the 16bit original. No need to change anything, right? Wrong! Why not make a good game even better? After all, to squeeze everything into 64K, the game lost several in-between screens. So Excess went to work with legendary pixel artists STE'86 and JonEgg as well as SID musician Saul Cross. The team also got support and endorsement from original developer Dan Malone! Knight Rider stiched everything nicely together, so this is the "final cut" you want to play on your C64.

To fit all the new content like new graphics, new digi sound and new sprites into the game, Excess opted for an Easyflash cartridge release that makes up to one Megabyte available to roam stuff around in the C64's memory, resulting in a all-new Speedball 2 experience. And while they were at it, they also included Speedball 1 along with all the docs for both games and a save game manager so you can save your files to disk or load them into your Easyflash cart. Both versions have been bugfixed and work on PAL and NTSC machines.

Now forget about your ice cream and grab the game already!
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