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Errors & Contributions / Spectrum - Skateboard Construction System
« Last post by sairuk on May 01, 2021, 02:50:18 PM »
Noticed a few oddities with this one when I was trying to cap a video of the title. These should probably be addressed in some manner, i will throw out current name -> proposed rename with some output from tzxtools.

I have no idea what the storage was like on the original tape unfortunately and can't seem to track down an insert scan atm to try and clarify, although I did have a look at Your Spectrum Issue 44 (pg 10) and it lists the KickTurn Game as first then the editor second

https://archive.org/details/your-sinclair-44

I am looking at the dat pack from 2021-02-14

This is the full tape including KickTurn - Game and Editor
Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players)[a].tzx -> Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players).tzx

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  0  Group start                 KickTurn - Game
  1  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: SkateGame  (146 bytes)
  2  Standard Speed Data Block   146 bytes of data
  3  Standard Speed Data Block   Bytes: loader     (start: 65024, 512 bytes)
  4  Standard Speed Data Block   512 bytes of data
  5  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of bogus header
  6  Turbo Speed Data Block      40700 bytes of bogus header
  7  Pause                       
  8  Group end                   
  9  Group start                 Editor
 10  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: SkateEdit  (146 bytes)
 11  Standard Speed Data Block   146 bytes of data
 12  Standard Speed Data Block   Bytes: loader     (start: 65024, 512 bytes)
 13  Standard Speed Data Block   512 bytes of data
 14  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of bogus header
 15  Turbo Speed Data Block      40700 bytes of bogus header
 16  Group end     

This is an alt of the above but makes reference to the it being from the 'Your Sinclair Cover Tape Issue 44'
Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players)[a2].tzx -> Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players)[a].tzx

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  0  Archive info               
  1  Group start                 KickTurn - Game
  2  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: SkateGame  (146 bytes)
  3  Standard Speed Data Block   146 bytes of data
  4  Standard Speed Data Block   Bytes: loader     (start: 65024, 512 bytes)
  5  Standard Speed Data Block   512 bytes of data
  6  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of bogus header
  7  Turbo Speed Data Block      40700 bytes of bogus header
  8  Pause                       
  9  Group end                   
 10  Group start                 Editor
 11  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: SkateEdit  (146 bytes)
 12  Standard Speed Data Block   146 bytes of data
 13  Standard Speed Data Block   Bytes: loader     (start: 65024, 512 bytes)
 14  Standard Speed Data Block   512 bytes of data
 15  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of bogus header
 16  Turbo Speed Data Block      40700 bytes of bogus header
 17  Group end 

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000000d0  68 ff 53 54 5a 58 65 64  20 42 79 20 41 6e 64 72  |h.STZXed By Andr|
000000e0  65 77 20 42 61 72 6b 65  72 0d 0d 54 61 6b 65 6e  |ew Barker..Taken|
000000f0  20 46 72 6f 6d 20 59 6f  75 72 20 53 69 6e 63 6c  | From Your Sincl|
00000100  61 69 72 20 43 6f 76 65  72 20 54 61 70 65 0d 49  |air Cover Tape.I|
00000110  73 73 75 65 20 34 34 20  2d 20 41 75 67 75 73 74  |ssue 44 - August|
00000120  20 31 39 38 38 0d 21 0f  4b 69 63 6b 54 75 72 6e  | 1988.!.KickTurn|

These appear to be a pair, where the Editor and KickTurn 'Free Game' have been stored separately
Skateboard Construction System - Editor (1988)(Players).tzx -> No Change
Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players)[a3].tzx -> Skateboard Construction System - KickTurn Game (1988)(Players).tzx

Skateboard Construction System - Editor (1988)(Players).tzx
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  0  Text description           
  1  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: Skate E (226 bytes)
  2  Standard Speed Data Block   226 bytes of data
  3  Standard Speed Data Block   640 bytes of data
  4  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of data
  5  Turbo Speed Data Block      40204 bytes of data

Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players)[a3].tzx
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  0  Text description           
  1  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: Skate D (226 bytes)
  2  Standard Speed Data Block   226 bytes of data
  3  Standard Speed Data Block   640 bytes of data
  4  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of data
  5  Turbo Speed Data Block      40204 bytes of data

This appears to be the Editor and KickTurn 'Free Game' combined from the separate rips above but the Demo Game is stored after the Editor
Skateboard Construction System (1988)(Players).tzx -> ???

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  0  Archive info               
  1  Group start                 Editor
  2  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: Skate E (226 bytes)
  3  Standard Speed Data Block   226 bytes of data
  4  Turbo Speed Data Block      640 bytes of data
  5  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of data
  6  Turbo Speed Data Block      40204 bytes of data
  7  Turbo Speed Data Block      1 bytes of incomplete data, CRC ERROR!
  8  Group end                   
  9  Pause                       
 10  Group start                 Demo Game
 11  Standard Speed Data Block   Program: Skate D (226 bytes)
 12  Standard Speed Data Block   226 bytes of data
 13  Standard Speed Data Block   640 bytes of data
 14  Turbo Speed Data Block      6912 bytes of data
 15  Turbo Speed Data Block      40204 bytes of data
 16  Turbo Speed Data Block      1 bytes of incomplete data, CRC ERROR!
 17  Group end   
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General Discussion / Re: Have you ever heard...
« Last post by Cassiel on April 09, 2021, 05:20:35 PM »
Oh dear... Analogue had a new batch of stock in today (at 08:00PDT, not that I was watching the international clock rather than working or anything).

I "accidentally" bought an Nt Mini Noir, a SF Super Nt and a Black Super Nt (fighting all the way to get them through check out, everything sold out in about 13mins). My poor credit card must feel like a battered wife at this point (though I'll be the battered one if the real wife ever sees this months statement.... and I haven't even paid the import duty yet).

In other news, if anyone has a pre-order on one of their Pockets I think my card can take a little more punishment.... myself, maybe not if wifey gets wind of it.
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Errors & Contributions / Re: Unicode/ UTF-8
« Last post by WickedOne on March 09, 2021, 09:16:23 PM »
BTW, I just noticed this is unicode characters mentioned above are still broken in the latest release.
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General Discussion / TOSEC Release (2021-02-14)
« Last post by Cassiel on February 15, 2021, 03:58:22 PM »
New release time!

The pack can be now found in our downloads section. As always, make sure to peruse the readme.txt (or below) and feel free to join in in the forum with any related discussion.

Enjoy...


Quote
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The Old School Emulation Center
14/02/2021

It's Valentine's Day and because you're all very special to us, we've
worked heart and soul to put together a very special TOSEC release for
you.

duncantwain has continued his lifelong love affair with the Commodore
C64, bringing thousands more fixes, updates and changes in this release.
It looks like our Commodore powerhouse's eye may have been caught by a
couple of the C64's relatives, as this latest release also brings some
changes to the C128 and VIC-20. We've no doubt this is just a harmless
flirtation and that his devotion to the C64 remains unwavering. Our
Amiga contributors, crashdisk and mai, meanwhile, have continued their
labour of love in cataloguing every possible piece of software out there
for the system.

mictlantecuhtle, meanwhile, has returned to his first love, the Sega
Mega Drive and has added hundreds of new files as well as some tweaks
and changes to existing files. In classic "distracted boyfriend" style,
his eye has of course been caught by some other systems that need a bit
of love, so we've also got some minor additions to the long-neglected
Acorn Archimedes.

We've seen an old flame reignite in the past months with Cassiel's
return after several years away from the project. We've no doubt that
his new submissions for the Analogue Mega Sg, Nt Mini Noir and Super Nt
are but the first sparks of a rekindled love for all things emulation.

Last but by no means least, ladyeklipse, our ZX Spectrum superstar, has
returned with a truly staggering set of new dats for the system. It's
clear that her passion for the Spectrum knows no bounds and we hope all
you Speccy fans out there enjoy!

We have to give our thanks to Zebrasqual on the forums, who pointed us
in the direction of some more EACA Colour Genie software. That means
these dats now have a significant amount of the output of the British
publishers of software for this machine added as well. Many others have
contributed files, notes and corrections and these are really valuable
too, so please let us know on the forums if you're able to help improve
our database in any way.

It's time now to come out of our rooms filled with old computers and
spend some time with our real-life loved ones - until next time!
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Errors & Contributions / Re: Commodore C64 [4]
« Last post by Retroplay on January 28, 2021, 05:41:38 PM »
Commodore C64 - Games - [T64]
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Name: X the Adventure (1987)(CBT Software)(hu).t64
Size: 67828
CRC32: 63bd9f56
MD5: feb2970b3060deda6567527e6eb88056
SHA1: 726043f705d23893143b8fc4697e7faf5dfc9889

Broken file, 0 block prg
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
tape magic  : "C64S tape image file"
tape version: 0101
tape name   : "ASS PRESENTS:,"
file records: 1/30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
blocks filename           type rep. memory  real memory  status
    0  "X THE ADVENTURE " frz  $0000-$0000  $0000-$5445  skipped
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OK, proper image
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General Discussion / Re: Dedicated Handheld Devices
« Last post by g1rl on January 26, 2021, 08:47:22 PM »
Thanks you two :) will do as suggested and get in touch when I've got some updates ;)
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TOSEC PIX / TOSEC-PIX Duplicates
« Last post by Cassiel on January 25, 2021, 09:23:16 PM »
IBM PC Compatibles - Magazines - Australian Personal Computer (TOSEC-v2014-02-01_CM)  -- DELETE THIS DAT!
Replaced by:
IBM PC Compatibles - Magazines - Australian Personal Computer (AU) (TOSEC-v2017-08-22_CM)



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General Discussion / Re: Dedicated Handheld Devices
« Last post by mictlantecuhtle on January 25, 2021, 09:51:05 AM »

Yeah I'm interested in that. Are there any procedural guidelines that you all follow that I need be aware besides the obvious?

It should be pretty much straightforward - rename the files according to the TOSEC Naming Convention and put them in appropriate folders. It should hopefully be obvious from the way that current dats are named but the basic convention there is Manufacturer System - Type - [File Type] e.g. Apple II - Games - [DSK]. You don't need the last part if all files are of the same type, it's only used where we have multiple file formats represented for a specific system.

When it comes to creating the dats themselves, different people take different approaches. I tend to use the dir2dat tool in clrmamepro, whereas others I believe have custom scripts or tools to meet their own needs. We can cross that bridge when we come to it.

Other than that, basically keep in touch and let us know how it's going, ask any questions etc. If you want to send some WIP dats for us to take a look over and comment on, just send me a PM.
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General Discussion / Re: Dedicated Handheld Devices
« Last post by NLS on January 24, 2021, 09:16:18 PM »
Start with the obvious.
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General Discussion / Re: Dedicated Handheld Devices
« Last post by g1rl on January 24, 2021, 09:09:23 PM »
You mean like Game&Watch?
This would mean storing the actual roms?

Correct.

As far as I'm concerned these would all be in scope for the project, it's just a case of finding the time. Always happy to take submissions of dats if it's something you're interested in working on.

Yeah I'm interested in that. Are there any procedural guidelines that you all follow that I need be aware besides the obvious?
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