Gemini000 wrote:I can add one myself. I've put a sticky note on my desktop and I'll get it done either today or tomorrow! :B
Thank you, Kris.
And thank you for making the show.
VileRancour wrote:the starmap is zoomable (since you were talking about some star systems being too close together to resolve on the map).
VileRancour wrote:Second, as for getting RUs... three words: Druuge Fuel Trick. :D
Gemini000 wrote:I've never encountered the Druuge so I know little of how their mechanics work. The most I know is that you give them large amounts of crew members for reasons.
feipoa wrote:Do you have a list of all games reviewed sorted by released date?
leileilol wrote:thank you for playing Warpath you CAN send us money i mean but you don't HAVE to but , it's your choice..... thanks again for playing bye
carlostex wrote:Though only 2 games supported the dual OPL2 on the Sound Blaster Pro? It supported at least quite a few more. Some Microprose titles come to mind: Fleet Defender, Gunship 2000, Formula One Grand Prix, DragonSphere, B-17 Flying Fortress...and i'm still forgetting a few. Not sure if F-15 Strike Eagle III supports SB Pro 1 but i think it does. I'm sure it supports the original PAS at least.
Gemini000 wrote:I was having trouble researching this and I found two different things, both a blog and a post here on VOGONS, which only listed the two games mentioned in the video as having 2xOPL2 support.
Mediavision Pro Audio Spectrum
Feature - Stereo FM/Dual OPL2
1990 Christmas Card - The Seasoned Professional
B-17 Flying Fortress
Castle of Dr. Brain
Conquests of the Longbow
David Leadbetter's Greens
EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus (patch)
F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0
Formula One Grand Prix
Harrier Jump Jet
Hoyle's Official Book of Games Volume 3
Jones in the Fast Lane
King's Quest V (patch)
Leisure Suit Larry 5
Leisure Suit Larry 1 VGA
Lord of the Rings Volume 1
Lord of the Rings Volume 2
Mixed-up Fairy Tales
Mixed-Up Mother Goose (patch)
Police Quest III
Quest for Glory II (patch)
Return of the Phantom
Sid Meier's Civilization
Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon Deluxe
Space Quest I VGA
Space Quest IV (patch)
Explanation : The Pro Audio Spectrum was the first card to offer stereo FM music. It has two OPL2 chips on board, one for the left channel, one for the right channel. Creative later used the dual OPL2 setup in its first Sound Blaster Pro. The early Sierra 256-color titles listed above will support stereo FM music using the Pro Audio Spectrum Driver only. The other games support both cards. Later Pro Audio Spectrums, including the Plus and 16s, will not work either as they use one OPL3 chip. The Pro Audio Spectrum is compatible with Adlib, but in mono only.
Alternative : Use SB Pro 1.0 in games supporting it. None of the Sierra games support stereo on the SB Pro 1.0. There may be fan-made patches floating about the Internet for the Sierra titles, but require an OPL3 card like the SB Pro 2.0 or later.
Sound Blaster Pro 1.0
Feature - Stereo FM/Dual OPL2
Hi-Octane (also Pro Audio Spectrum 16)
Explanation : See above, this game supports dual OPL2 only on a Sound Blaster Pro 1.0.
Alternative : Use DOSBox SBPro1 emulation.
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