Lord Aga (Apollo Team Member) Posts 34 17 Jun 2016 09:49
Holy crap this is fast ! I played the PC version last year and it was just the same.
Posts 59 17 Jun 2016 12:12
Back in the 1990's I bought a book on the making of Star Wars Rebel Assault. In one of the crew photos an Amiga CD32 box is clearly visible. They did the audio edits and sound playback engine on the Amiga.
Posts 59 17 Jun 2016 12:13
Easily matches my Pentium 90 with Cirrus Locic truecolor VGA card from that era.
Posts 59 19 Jun 2016 16:33
This morning I tried Star Trek the Next Generation Technical Manual. EXTERNAL LINK
Posts 145 19 Jun 2016 17:48
thats excellent , well done getting it all working :-)
Posts 59 19 Jun 2016 22:29
Thanks, I have all these CD-Roms in a storage tub. A really nice one is the captains chair CD-ROM. I really have to deploy a proper 32/64 GB drive with large partitions. I posted the 256 color version video but I haven't been able to get the faster p96 driver to work in 16 bit or 24 bit color.
Posts 59 22 Jun 2016 15:28
Add another one to the platform studies history books. Star Wars: X-wing Fighter Mac Special Edition CD-ROM with all the sound effects and detail settings on maximum running on the Vampire2 A600 Black Edition using Fusion 3.2 and MacOS 7.5.3.