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Awesome! Sounds great. For a long time I've been thinking of making an adventure game creation system for the MZ-80 It's still on my list of things to do. If yours doesn't take up too much memory you could compile it for a bit more speed. Hope to play it sometime soon! How far through it are you, or...
- Sun May 20, 2018 11:10 am
- Forum: Other
- Topic: Copying software from site onto cassette
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Hi, welcome! Glad you got the software working in the end. The method I use is to use one of those cassette adapters you used to get for car stereos. Plug the jack into the laptop (with volume at 50%) and place the tape in the MZ-80A. Works very successfully. The only downside is you have to remove ...
If a comment field in the file buffer isn't cleared down properly when you next save a file then it'll just be saved along with the current file. Could be a remnant of something else that was in memory before this file was saved.
Interesting, I enquired a long time back on the World of Spectrum forums about 1-bit sampled sound but unfortunately the theory is too difficult for me. Great if you have managed to translate an existing engine to the Sharp. I'll take a listen later on to your sound clip. Soon, Sharpworks will be wo...
Excellent I presume you are active on other machines? I am doing some homebrew stuff at the moment but once that's out of the way I'll be carrying on with my small demo for my MZ-80A. I'm sure it won't be a patch on anything you guys are doing though.