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The Multi Drawer V1.1   [1990]

The Multi Drawer V1.1 Released by :
Silver Dream !

Release Date :
January 1990

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Silver Dream ! of W.F.M.H.
Graphics .... Silver Dream ! of W.F.M.H.
Concept .... Silver Dream ! of W.F.M.H.

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/18135/Multi_Driver_v1.1_SILVER-DREAM.zip (downloads: 313)

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Hidden Parts Info
Submitted by Silver Dream ! on 3 December 2012
In the Intro you can press FIRE on joy #2 to enable some extra sprites.
Hidden Parts Info
Submitted by Silver Dream ! on 3 December 2012
Try various keys in both editors. F-keys (all, includingh SHIFTed), DEL key, S-key and others. Also check the Q and E keys when copying and moving parts of the picture. Check C= (Commodore) key. It is a "UNDO" shortcut. Remember that UNDO is not a step by step undo you know from today's machines. It is a single level UNDO, which has its buffer updated every time you change functions in the menu. The lores editor has some legacy keyboard shortcuts to make them compatible with "Logo Painter", both Polonus' and my versions. Try some keys there too ;-)
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