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any rpk version...

 

I don't even know what that is. If you can provide some instruction on the build/conversion process, I may be able to provide one.

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Here is the RPK; this is the layout.xml inside:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<romset version="1.0" listname="exptest">
   <resources>
      <rom id="romimage1" file="ATLANTIS.bin"/>
   </resources>
   <configuration>
      <pcb type="paged378">
         <socket id="rom_socket" uses="romimage1"/>
      </pcb>
   </configuration>
</romset>

 

atlantis.rpk

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18 minutes ago, mizapf said:

Here is the RPK; this is the layout.xml inside:

Beat me to it by 20 minutes!  And I appreciate giving the layout (teaching a man to fish) - which is just what I would have typed (though I would have changed the listname which doesn't seem all that valuable but I'm actually using it to guess at key mapping to DS controls for certain games:  frogger, qbert, ToD, etc). 

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You can drop the listname attribute; I actually forgot to update it. The only important decision is the pcb type.

 

Edit: The listname attribute was originally planned by me to link RPKs to the corresponding ZIP entries in the software list. The software list is configured by the file hash/ti99_cart.xml. However, since the RPK loader was kept in MAME and since the ZIP loader was never extended to load RPKs, this attribute became obsolete.

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3 hours ago, Serafini Lapo said:

sounds cool! I'm really having a lot of fun. Thank you again for this fantastic conversion👍🏻 P.s. My cat Chloe also likes it😁

 

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Nice setup. Thanks for the screen shot. I think it's the type of game cats would like.

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1 hour ago, OLD CS1 said:

Well done!  It looks like this is compiled XB.  If so, it would be worth noting that it requires 32k.

 

Gonna have to set up a Cheung directory on my VCF FG99.

It is indeed compiled XB. Working on Pac-Man++ right now. A few more are in the queue.

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22 minutes ago, Cheung said:

Bella sistemazione. Grazie per lo screenshot. Penso che sia il tipo di gioco che piacerebbe ai gatti.

🤣 Accommodation, of course, is quick! I'm tidying up my retrocomputer corner a bit and I had everything on one side... But the desire to try your game was such that I "assembled" everything on the fly! This also explains my cat's intense curiosity.

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@HOME AUTOMATION  It depends on whether you this could mean AI :D

 

Of course, the main image is the usual image used for the original Imagic's distributions. 
I have enhanced it using PS to have a better resolution.


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then the idea to use the Imagic style and the TI styles mixed.

Now I am working on the Ghostbusters Label and Manual :) I will see if I could use the AI for that.

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On 4/1/2024 at 7:40 AM, ti99iuc said:

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@HOME AUTOMATION  It depends on whether you this could mean AI :D

 

Of course, the main image is the usual image used for the original Imagic's distributions. 
I have enhanced it using PS to have a better resolution.


image.thumb.png.947d31d2cb5245024feefcbf333ddaf2.png

 

then the idea to use the Imagic style and the TI styles mixed.

Now I am working on the Ghostbusters Label and Manual :) I will see if I could use the AI for that.

It's way better than I could have done. I think mixing the IMAGIC and TI styles was the way to go.

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I am not in this part of the AA forum often, and never posted here, but I just have to say this - the game reminds me so much of something I have written for the TI/4A once, in the Extended Basic using sprites, sort of the same thing, but just one ship passing on top and practically no graphics (but some still). Nothing profound I guess, if not for the fact that it was my first ever "game" written for a computer, and that I was 12 at the time 😀 and to me it was all I thought the TI can do. Sadly, none of this survived, the computer was borrowed and went back to the owner a couple of years later, together with the tape on which I had my programs...

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On 4/1/2024 at 7:40 AM, ti99iuc said:

image.thumb.png.7bd9bafb54132c9e35f86da8d7f31e08.png

@HOME AUTOMATION  It depends on whether you this could mean AI :D

 

Of course, the main image is the usual image used for the original Imagic's distributions. 
I have enhanced it using PS to have a better resolution.


image.thumb.png.947d31d2cb5245024feefcbf333ddaf2.png

 

then the idea to use the Imagic style and the TI styles mixed.

Now I am working on the Ghostbusters Label and Manual :) I will see if I could use the AI for that.

I'll try to make a manual and use your cover.

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