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A Mind Forever Voyaging   [2018]

A Mind Forever Voyaging Released by :
XmikeX

Release Date :
10 December 2018

Type :
C128 Release

Proper release: 101%

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

Credits :
Code .... XmikeX
Bug-Fix .... XmikeX

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/175930/A.MIND.FOREVER.VOYAGING.7z (downloads: 274)

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Production Info
Submitted by XmikeX on 10 December 2018
* FASTMODE FIX / VIC-II CLEAN-UP.
As with the Trinity game, the original 'A Mind Forever Voyaging' never engages 2 MHz fast-mode despite being a 100% VDC game. It also starts up with on-screen byte-dump to VIC-II display. This release activates fast-mode via the function call at $77B3 and cleans up the VIC-II display while providing a notice prompting the user to switch to 80 columns.

NOTE: The directories might look like crap or give no info when you read them. That's fine, the disk images are not corrupt. The game uses a C-128ism known by some as "sequential serial load" from Bootblock on up, and this is initiated by autoboot/boot handling from the C128 kernal.

NOTE: This game was tested (and works) on Z64K and VICE emulators.
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