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A bunch of great tunes with GZH #32 and #33!

July 23, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image Grazey of PHF doesn't want to stop his brilliant work. So he is just coming to produce two new disks at the same time, that contains 282 SNDH files! SNDH files are a unified format of ST musics, that can be played with SND Player (ST/Falcon), DeliPlayer (PC), WinJam (PC), Audio Overload (MacOSX).

On both disks you will find following composers:
• 505 • Mate • Stax • Tangens • Tao • Taylor • Tebirod • Techno • Thomas • Tinman • Titan • Tonge • Toodeloo • Tyan • Ultimatum • Viking

More exciting directory is problaby the one with TAO tunes (but also Stax, who composed a lot of great tunes). According to Grazey:
137 marvellous Tao compositions cram this disk. From the tiny 900 byte tunes to the massive 20 minute UMD 8730 epic. Quite a few of these tunes have been modified to fit in with the SNDH standard. Just Buggin tunes all used nasty shadow regs. Tao's sample drum songs also needed to be changed to use other MFP timers.

So don't wait! Grab both disks on the official PHF website.

Blue SoftWare strikes again

July 19, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image After both new releases last week, The Byte of BSW has re-done a new menu! It features 3 demos and 1 game:
- Sound Demo III (by Nato)
- Swedish New Year Demo III (by New Core)
- M-Demo I (by An Cool)
- Squish (PD game by Zigzag Software)

Download BSW DCD version 2 now!

Saint v1.70

July 19, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image According to Leonard, here are the new features of the emulator:

* MFP emulation core totally re-written ! Now support cycle accurate reading ( Overscan Demos by Paulo Simoes )
* "Line disabling" technic emulated ( Overscan demos by Paulo Simoes )
* "StopLine" fixed ( B.I.G demo by TEX low border fixed )
* Fixed STE DAC monos sound bug (quality improved !, try BrainDamage Demo sound!)
* SainT does not take 99% of CPU when running in background in windowed mode.
* Fixed cycle timing when reading in FC00 ( thanks to Paulo Simoes )
* Low border adds now 45 graphics lines instead of 43

We have tested the Overscan Demos, they work fine! Also the music of Braindamage sounds very good, despite of some issues with the display.

Go to Leonard website to get SainT v1.70.

DragonFlight is here!

July 16, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image DragonFlight is a mythic game made by Thalion (the first one!). Until today, it was unplayable with emulator because of the protection used. Also it has never been cracked, so only the lucky owner of the original game could play it.

The game has been finally published on Thalion group! This version has been redone by Udo Fischer, the main coder of the game, also known under the nickname of -me- into the famous crew The EXceptions. Thanks to him! Only both intros seems to be missing (the one with the Thalion logo, and the other with the red dragon). All other parts of the game are here.
DragonFlight now works with Steem 3.1 and 2MB of RAM. Use following instruction to run the game:

How to play this version with Steem:
- install Steem V3.1 or higher (if available)
- use a TOS version 1.04 or higher
- select at least 2 MB memory!
- select colour monitor
- unzip the file to a folder of your name
- mount this folder as drive E: inside of Steem
- select DRAGON_D.PRG (deutsch/german), DRAGON_E.PRG (english) or DRAGON_F.PRG (francais/french) to start playing

. Download [url=../newsattach/Dragonflight]DragonFlight for Steem 3.1[/url] (may work with a real machine).
. Visit Thalion webshrine for more information about the game.
. Discuss on the forum about installation issues and various topics.

BSW 99 updated

July 16, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image There was a slighty bug with BSW #99 uploaded three days ago: both keys were inverted. Here is an update. Thanks to Lotek Style for having found the issue and TheByte for having corrected it.

Download BSW #99 updated.

Two new menus of Blue SoftWare!

July 13, 2004 by Brume

News illustration image Ten years after the last release of BSW DCD #98, two compilations have just coming to be published.
- BSW DCD #80v2 features 10 demos by crews such as Fingerbobs, Synergy and YM Rockerz.
- BSW DCD #99 offers productions by TSCC, MJJ-Prod, YM Rockerz and Paradize. Nothing new but good demos are there!
Thanks to TheByte for releasing these compilations. We all are hoping for the 100th issue ;-)

Grab BSW DCD #80v2 and BSW DCD #99.

Screenshot of Disc
Random review

Disc really is something else! I had never heard of this game before, but after reading some comments at the LGD I gave it a shot! Well, this is one of the best "futuristic sport" games on the ST. Those French guys did it again!

April 27, 2002 by ST Graveyard


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