AmEDS v2.1

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Apr 7, 2008

AmEDS v2.1 by JPH at 10:46 PM (2,418 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. JPH
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    AmEDS v2.1
    Wi-Fi Mode Added
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    alekmaul has updated his CPC emulator for the DS, AmEDS.
    This new version includes an online Wi-Fi mode and a few other things.

    Changelog
    [​IMG] Download
    [​IMG] Project Homepage
     
  2. Metal Overlord

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    What does CPC stand for? ( Yay! First post)
     
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    IIRC it stands for Compact Personal Computer ... because the monitor was included, which was an unusual feature of a home microcomputer in the early & mid 80s.

    I may, however, be misremembering lol
     
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    From WikiPedia:

    The Amstrad CPC was a series of 8-bit home computers produced by Amstrad during the 1980s and early 1990s. CPC stood for 'Colour Personal Computer', although it was possible to purchase a CPC with a green screen (GT65/66) as well as with the standard colour screen (CTM640).
     
  5. Hadrian

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    Awesome stuff, can't wait to give it a go.

    Games to try (if they run on this):

    Addams Family
    Baby Jo
    Back to the Golden Age
    Bactron
    Bad Dudes Versus Dragon Ninja
    Ball Bearing
    Ballblazer
    Cabal
    Capitán Trueno
    Captain Dynamo
    Captain Kidd
    Captain S
    Carlos Sainz
    Dan Dare II
    Dan Dare III
    Electric Wonderland
    Eliminator
    Elite
    Fantasia Diamond
    Fantastic Voyage
    Fantasy World Dizzy
    Fast Food
    Feud
    Gabrielle
    Galactic Games
    Galaxy Force
    HATE
    Head Over Heels
    Heartland
    I, Ball
    Ice Breaker
    Ikari Warriors
    IK+
    Imagination
    Impact
    Jack the Nipper
    Jack the Nipper II
    Jet Bike Simulator
    Jet Set Willy
    Laser Squad
    Last Ninja 2
    The Last V8
    Magicland Dizzy
    Navy Seals
    Nebulus
    Nemesis
    Nemesis the Warlock
    Neverending Story
    Obsidian
    Pacmania
    Pang
    Paperboy
    Parabola
    Q10 Tank Buster
    Rainbow Islands
    Saboteur
    Sabrewulf
    Sacred Armour of Antiriad
    Targhan
    UN Squadron
    Untouchables
    Up for Grabs
    Uridium
    Usagi Yojimbo
    Vampire
    Viaje al Centro de la Tierra
    Wacky Races
    Warlock
    War Machine
    Way of the Exploding Fist
    Way of the Tiger
    Xenon
    Xor
    X-Out
    Xyphoes Fantasy
    Yes Prime Minister
    Yie Ar Kung-Fu
    Yogi's Great Escape
    Zap't'Balls
    Zombi
    Zona 0

    A lot of these were better on C64 and others but still very good versions on CPC.
     
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    No love for Roland on the Ropes?

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    "Hadrian, you're a lightweight. You're fired!"
     
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    Yeah that was good too, nice platformer. I must have forgotten many games.
     
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    Bruce Lee [​IMG]
     
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    Yay for retro computers! [​IMG]

    It varied by region. Where I'm from, Commodore 64 and Apple II had been largest. A few others were known too. Like Atari or Radio Shack. Coleco wasn't popular around here though.

    Amstrad ones, MSX, and ZX Spectrum were unheard of locally.
     
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    nice feature the Wi-Fi connection to download the needed games [​IMG]
     
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    Ahhh, the "Roland" games... back before the term "Shovelware" was invented, but after the underlying concept was.

    Roland in the Caves... Paco Suarez and Juanjo Redondo, if I ever meet you I'm going to have to punch you in the nuts for mangling the music sooooo badly.

    No, what *I* want to play is Sweevo's World.

    Man, we thought we were such hot shit back then, with our dual cassette decks and C90 compilations of pirate games.
     
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    for me it's all about Exolon

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    Jack the Nipper. OMG if thats not the most racist game title ever I don't know what is... I hope they have a Commodor 64 Emulator that would rock even more then this.
     

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