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I absolutely love that game. If it's time to go to bed,

I prefer to play it for a couple of minutes. (well, sometimes

half'n hour).

Is there ANY way to save the progress, so I didnt have to

start from the beginning again'n again?

A build in function, a freezer or someting else?

My system is a 800XL, Ultimate1Mb, Sio2Sd, MyIDE2.

Maybe flashing a special OS into U1Mb or something

like that?

 

Stefan

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I absolutely love that game. If it's time to go to bed,

I prefer to play it for a couple of minutes. (well, sometimes

half'n hour).

Is there ANY way to save the progress, so I didnt have to

start from the beginning again'n again?

A build in function, a freezer or someting else?

My system is a 800XL, Ultimate1Mb, Sio2Sd, MyIDE2.

Maybe flashing a special OS into U1Mb or something

like that?

 

Stefan

I believe Esc on the keyboard pauses the XE version, perhaps it's the same for the 800XL. It truly is an all around great game!

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I believe Esc on the keyboard pauses... !

I see, thanks for the hint. I'll try it this evening.

But... That helps when the phone is ringing. It's

not much helpfull to preserve the score overnight.

 

Is there an alternativ OS out there, I could flash

into ultimate, saving ram on disk or something else?

 

Stefan

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The easiest way would probably be to modify the game and allow save/load from a "docked" situation.

Before that could be done, would need to know which areas of memory need to be written out.

 

Then allow load/save by way of raw read/write to a floppy or disk image.

I don't think there's much at all in the way of reverse-engineered info on this game, so it'd be something to do from scratch. Emulator tools would make it all possible though.

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You can also upload the QMEG OS to the Ultimate 1MB.

It has a nice memory DUMP function.

You can store (and restore) the memory content to/from the disk (for example SIO2SD).

And the winner is... MONTEZUMA!!!

That's no problem, 'cause I allready did that.

(to be honest, Jon did it)

Time to have a look at the Qmeg manual!!!

 

Thanks a lot.

Stefan

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