First post, by Alexsource
Does anybody remember this game? A mortal kombat clone made by (i think..) amateurish programmers (trinity software).
I tryed to get this game to work, bu t i couldn't, i tryed both the demo and the full version.
First, some technical details:
* Minimun requirements are 386sx 33Mhz 4mb ram
* Readme says it needs a good VGA card on a 386 ->"(a good one means not OAK!)"->extracted from readme.
* Does some funky memeory management. It tend to bitch about disabling emm386 on a real machine. (none of these warnings appear in dosbox!)
* The demo/shareware version has a joystick detection/calibration thingy at the beggining, after a splah acreen with the usual text ("this is shareware..blabla...give it to your friends...blabla..buy if you like it,etc.").
Now,I've tryed all 4 cycles, different memory sizes, enbled both xms and ems, disabled both, leving only xms enabled, leaving only ems enabled.
tryed enabling and disabling sound blaster, speacker and gus emulation and nothing.
For the shareware-> it just stays at the splash screen.
Full version -> display a splah screen which says: "trinity softwaer presents", then fades out to another splash screen with a buda statue on the right and some text with some palete animation effect (or something that looks like it), and stays there. No text changes, no nothing at all.
It's not a great game, but the tournament mode has one interesting faeture, "linked force bars", wich means you gain the energy the oponent loses when you hit him and the other way around.