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Re: Members of Vogons, what shows do you currently watch?

Finished watching season 2 of Star Trek: Picard. Here are two short clips that perfectly sum up my feelings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ovm1J_AxLQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoMiYklHvjk Probably should have just continued working through The Expanse for my sci-fi fix. Strange New Worlds …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

(or..? is it implied that all games with no original synth listed were MT-32 composed?) That's the one. 😀 I can certainly see how it might look that way. Hell, in some cases the term 'intended synth' might be more appropriate , as you've no doubt seen with games such as Simon the Sorcerer II, where …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

But look, life's too short to spend a long time railing at individuals whose behaviour doesn't match your own standards, and they certainly won't take your advice anyway! 😀 I know, I know. I realize that I'm just junking up the thread - a thread on a board for niche computers and software on the …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

I'm not angry that you made me remove links to your patches on the wiki page. I know full well that I did the wrong thing and I apologized to you no less then three times. I knew you were going to be angry and unhappy, but I honestly didn't expect you to treat me like I accidently nuked your entire …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

All right, you two clowns, I have withdrawn the patch offer per your wishes. Do you honestly think that's fair and reasonable in the slightest? Only I said that, not realnc. Regardless of whatever I may think, maybe he or anyone else reading this thread might have appreciated your patch. Did you …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

And you don't have to be a whiner just because you stand corrected. He's absolutely right, though. You're acting like a belligerent, arrogant dick simply because he had the audacity to even attempt to question your esteemed and infallible judgment. Pack that shit in, for gods sake. It only plays …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

My understanding, and I haven't finished playing the game, is that the redbook audio is a mixed bag for Krondor. The score was composed for General MIDI, some tracks are lengthened in the CD version (e.g. the main battle theme), some are shorter as you mentioned. Some tracks seem good quality, some …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

My judgement based on the more thorough examination is therefore: the Red Book audio versions are both shorter in omitting in-song loops and longer in providing extra performance data, in particular, proper song endings. Some of that extra performance data is present in the versions of the MIDI …

Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

Hello everyone. For the last month or so I've been contributing to the list of MT-32 compatible games page on Wikipedia, testing existing entries and adding new games to the list using sources such as Mobygames and others. After Mok helped me enable Roland sound in Demoniak (thanks again, Mok!), I …

Re: Space Quest I VGA Hacking

in DOS
Gee, thank-you for explaining to me how SCI patch files work. :P The number of changes made that approach impractical, as almost every .SCR and .TEX resource has at least one change applied to it. You'd end up with half the game in the patch directory. Besides, I like the idea of having a patched …

Space Quest I VGA Hacking

in DOS
Space Quest I's VGA remake, while being very playable, is nonetheless riddled with bugs, typos, graphical oddities, and various instances of sloppy programming and/or poor developer foresight. This patch was developed in order to remedy as many as these niggling issues as possible, as well as to …

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