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Rescued Borders   [2022]

Rescued Borders Released by :
The Apace Software

Release Date :
19 January 2022

Type :
C64 Demo

Proper release: Broken

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... zscs of Excess, The Apace Software
Music .... Scortia of Bonzai
Graphics .... zscs of Excess, The Apace Software
Design .... zscs of Excess, The Apace Software
Text .... zscs of Excess, The Apace Software
Charset .... zscs of Excess, The Apace Software
Bug-Fix .... zscs of Excess, The Apace Software


SIDs used in this release :
Kloroform(/MUSICIANS/S/Scortia/Kloroform.sid)

Download :
https://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/224085/rescued bord_apc.prg (downloads: 220)
https://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/224084/rescued bord_apc(vice24).prg (downloads: 49)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 23 January 2022
I'm seeing some bluedot underneath the scroll and above the scroll in right border something flashing, looks like a fistful of cycles wrong ort sth. All in on new VIC and real CRT (Sony Trinitron with and without overscan/full border).

Pro-Tip: Use the full border modes in VICE for cycle exact timing in $D020 area and always new VIC for grey dot issues

Anyway, a nice one!

Edit: Ah, just have seen pretty much what I reported is already in "Goofs"
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 22 January 2022
Cool logo!
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 20 January 2022
That's not how the internet works Groepaz. You should know better.

WE the united WIN-VICE users of the world want answers, no we DESERVE answers – NOW! Why didn't YOU, yes YOU (!) implement the correct real machine behaviour already in WIN-VICE 3.2?

And while we're at it: why was WIN-VICE 3 even necessary, when you could have kept WIN-VICE 2.4 and call it a day? WHY?

*scnr*
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 19 January 2022
why it doesnt work in 3 year old emulator is really completely irrelevant. the question is "does it work on the real thing?" - and only if it behaves different in the latest emulator, then there is a problem that needs to be investigated.
User Comment
Submitted by ws on 19 January 2022
i would like to know *why* with the now available version of the demo, the in my eyes perfectly valid code produces such a visual bug in x64 Vice 3.2? Does that mean, if i in the past struggled with timing insanities, it could have been my fault for trying to sync things in an emulator?? I'd love to see a forum thread elaborating on this.
User Comment
Submitted by ciccior2003 on 19 January 2022
i lost also this:
C:6898 A2 C6 LDY #$C7
C:68A4 A0 00 LDX #$00
User Comment
Submitted by ciccior2003 on 19 January 2022
There are 5 cycles lost on x64.
if you patch the old code from $6891 to $68A4 it's works.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 19 January 2022
Did you try switching between old and new CIA? :)
User Comment
Submitted by Count Zero on 19 January 2022
Please mind - updating files is not an option. New version = new entry.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 19 January 2022
Hey, the important thing is that it should work on real HW (it does, right?) =)
User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 19 January 2022
Oh my god, I'm soooo lame... :-D Sorry for that. I'll check this strange thing later and will try to fix it. Thanks for the hints! <3 <3
User Comment
Submitted by ciccior2003 on 19 January 2022
replace with this to work on x64 and x64sc :
.C:6891 48 PHA
.C:6892 68 PLA
.C:6893 48 PHA
.C:6894 68 PLA
.C:6895 AD 16 D0 LDA $D016
.C:6898 A2 01 LDX #$01
.C:689a AE 12 D0 LDX $D012
.C:689d E0 D0 CPX #$D0
.C:689f D0 03 BNE $68A4
.C:68a1 EA NOP
.C:68a2 EA NOP
.C:68a3 EA NOP
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 19 January 2022
heh, the old prg works only in x64 (vice 3.2) but it bugged in x64sc, the new one only works in x64sc (vice 3.6) but bugs in older vice x64 :P
User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 19 January 2022
I did a mistake, used Vice 2.4 to fix the border opening routine and did it wrong. (-: Revised in Vice 3.5 and also in Vice 3.6, now should work fine correctly. Wrong file removed and a new one uploaded, sorry for the inconvenience.
User Comment
Submitted by zscs on 19 January 2022
Please don't take this 'demo' too seriously, my goal was only to save this old one-file demo that I created in August 1993. Several bugs fixed and 2x4 scroll routine completely rewritten and optimized. Logo and charset also original, created these in 1993.
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