My original BD games (RTA Dash 1-5)

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My original BD games (RTA Dash 1-5)

Post by RTADash » Mon Jul 23, 2007 5:44 am

I just wanted to share my original BD games that I've created for the C64 over these 2 years. They're called RTA Dash 1-5 (I named myself after them, actually :lol: ). They are of easy to moderate difficulty. There's a link to the files in the first post of: http://www.boulder-dash.nl/forum/viewtopic.php?t=14
When you unzip it, the actual game files are the .d64 files.

You'll nead a C64 emulator to play them and VICE is the most user friendly, so you can get that here: http://www.viceteam.org/

Just drag the .64 file onto VICE's .x64 icon to play! (You may need to configure the joystick settings in VICE, but that's not hard)

Enjoy! :D
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Post by Alan » Mon Jul 23, 2007 5:22 pm

You should send these to Martijn if you haven't already, I sent him mine which date back to 1987!

Interesting forum btw.

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Post by RTADash » Tue Jul 24, 2007 11:39 am

It looks like he has already found them! :)
The creator (me) is Rory Agsten
RTAD1-3 are from 2006 and RTAD4-5 are from 2007

@Martijn:The creator and solution recorder (me) is Rory Agsten
RTAD1-3 are from 2006 and RTAD4-5 are from 2007
The other three videos (all work in WV1.19 and 1.20) and the finished hint sheet are also available now; the pack just got updated today! 8)
Plus, here are the BDCFF's: http://www.boulder-dash.nl/down/bdcff/BDCFF_RAgsten.zip
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Post by RTADash » Wed Jul 25, 2007 12:50 pm

Alan wrote:I sent him mine which date back to 1987!
What are your games called (I couldn't find them on the list) , I suppose they aren't "Alan Dash". :lol:
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Post by Alan » Wed Jul 25, 2007 3:05 pm

Its called BoulderBrain (good name eh? :roll: )

I was just working out when I made these caves exactly. I first saw BDCK in ZZap64 mag (Dec 86), then got it for my 15th birthday (the following January).........so wow, it is exactly 20 years old! :shock:

I still own the original BDCK tape version......I'll give it another 10 years then flog it on ebay I think. ;-)

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