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Fallen Angel +5DGHI   [2022]

Fallen Angel +5DGHI Released by :
Hokuto Force [web]

Release Date :
2 June 2022

Type :
C64 Crack

Videosystem: PAL only
Proper release: OK

The only one with ending screen

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Crack .... Wolf of Hokuto Force
Trainer .... Wolf of Hokuto Force
Original Supply .... Wolf of Hokuto Force
Linking .... Wolf of Hokuto Force
Docs .... Wolf of Hokuto Force
Ripping .... Wolf of Hokuto Force
Test .... Wolf of Hokuto Force

Intro used in this crack:
DownloadWolf Intro for Hokuto Force #3 by Wolf, Hokuto Force

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User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 4 June 2022
Nice version!
User Comment
Submitted by Giulio/Wolf on 3 June 2022
Which is the purpose of pressing CBM key everywhere? Those are bugs that aren't bugs really as you're not supposed to press CBM at hiscore name entry for example. The game is badly coded, there's only one place/routine that reads the joystick ports and keyboard and is used everywhere, so the check for CBM key is always enabled. A solution would be write another identical routine and call it only in-game but I'm not in the mood to do it. What I've done it's enough for this game. If someone else wants to improve it, it's free to do it.
Also, I've left the ending screen run for more than 10 minutes, the bottom part never got corrupted. So I cannot confirm what you posted.
User Comment
Submitted by Paladin on 2 June 2022

That's exactly what was causing it! I did some further testing and could not reproduce the issue. I did still get the issue where at the ending the music would stop and the bottom gets all corrupted but it is very hard to reproduce since you patched it unless you have lot's of time and patience. I guess it could still happen to someone playing the game in a normal way but the chances seem pretty low IMO...

Other observations are that you can level skip from the title screen which just takes you to the ending
You can level skip from the screen where you enter your initials for the high score. When you do this it either loads the ending screen again or reloads right back to the screen where you enter your initials again and every time you do this it racks up your score. Not a bit deal since the high score isn't saved to disk in trainer mode though.

Thanks again for this nice jewel version along with the fixes!
User Comment
Submitted by Giulio/Wolf on 2 June 2022
@Paladin, more likely my assumption is that sometimes in Warp mode in VICE the keyboard is read so fast that CBM key is pressed twice or more at the same time. This will cause the filename to pass the L4 value and so the loader will not find the file and crash to BASIC. There's no other reason, IMO.
User Comment
Submitted by Paladin on 2 June 2022
First of all, thank you 100x over for the work you put in to these releases. I am a HUGE fan of jewel releases of older games that none of the other groups these day care too much to re-visit.

With that said, this version is almost perfect. The only issue I can find now is that very rarely when skipping levels as soon as you press the C= key to do so it will dump you to BASIC at the ready prompt.

Do note that I do a lot of torture testing of these kind of things in Vice with warp mode enabled the entire time to speed up the testing. Is it possible that Vice warp mode could throw timings off just enough to cause something like this to happen?
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 2 June 2022
well done!
User Comment
Submitted by Giulio/Wolf on 2 June 2022
This one works. :)
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