One more release for today! This particular crack should work fine under both 48K and 128K memory modes.
It's been a while since there have been any news, so here's a relatively new release by Slider to cover it up.
Another game that was available only as a tape image gets a disk version, so download it here.
Yet another sports game is now finally available for Beta128 machines, thanks to Slider. Go get it!
This is a disked demo version of a puzzle game called Armalyte, which includes only one level to beat, but despite it was never released, Slider decided to port this unfinished game to TR-DOS for historical purposes. Get it here.
Finally, the prequel to Maritrini's adventures is available in TR-DOS disk format! Download it here.
Slider, the former member of SG-Team, has released a new crack of a really old game, complete with the new intro by Jerri and audiovisuals by nix./site.
It's been quite a while since this page has been floating around the Internet, but I thought it might be quite useful for everyone who uses DivIDE to games and programs, old and new.
Did you got stuck? You can't beat that one freaking boss? Sure thing, POKEs may help, but this nifty collection of trd-to-tap crack conversions will ease your job in case if you won't have Internet access or old Speccy magazines nearby. Not to mention the stylish cracktros and the fact that some of the games are either put together or "remixed" (a.k.a. modded or hacked to include new graphics and music, like Barbarian 128K from Bitmunchers).
Each crack can be downloaded whenever you press a "tap" or "z80" icon to the right of the game's title. Most of the cracks can be also previewed as soon as you click on the game's title itself. The on-site emulator will load the required blocks automatically then.
While not quite fresh news, SG Team has disked a relatively new port of Knightmare (which, to remind you, originally was on MSX1) for the TR-DOS, complete with the traditional infinite lives mode. If you're interested, you can download it here.
SG-Team has released two more cracked games. This time, we've got Blinky's Scary School & Titanic Blinky by Zeppelin Games Ltd.
Endless lives included.
It features the original game's intro, the all-new intros, the interphase password system, and much more.
Одни на Спектруме просто играют в игры, другие раскрашивают заставки от игр на ПэЦэ, а в Польше начали разукрашивать целые игры. Рецепт прост: берётся чёрно-белая игра, такая чтобы её аналоги на других платформах и в ZX-анонсах были обязательно цветными, и исследуется код. Если повезёт, то можно найти то место, где авторы по каким-то причинам в финальном релизе отключали цвет в игре. Подробнее тут. Дерзаем!
While I can't spam my YouTube channel anymore because of the sound issues, I'm gonna bring this to your attention. Maybe this will cheer me up on finishing Lighter 2. :)
The WoS Forums thread you're gonna witness below is dedicated to the same thing Burn The Lighter is partly dedicated to: showcasing Speccy games that were popular in Russia, and barely ever heard of outside it, thanks to the language barrier, different storage format and all. Come click on any of these videos, you're gonna be amused for a while on what Speccy can really do (or just fun games, whatever).
Naturally, I've been doing these gameplays long before my debut release on Spectrum, only for the purpose of popularizing the so-called "obscure games". Ironically, I was as obscure as what I've been showing all the time. :)
In fact, one of the games, Imperia 3 has a walkthough in Burn The Lighter #1.