NES Boulder Dash

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Nathan H.
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Post by Nathan H. »

oh, should've found that. Thanks, good job!
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RTADash
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Post by RTADash »

I'm done with the original NESBD graphics and the new version can be downloaded at the same link:
http://www.zomis.net/rnd/download.php?id=676
There are 24 :shock: separate levelsets with 4 levels each (one for each world), but I actually like this better, because in the original you can only choose from 4 levels at a time, anyway.

Have fun! :)

Does anyone know if I could extract the original sounds also?
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Post by HerzAusGold »

Hi,
It seems you are very familiar with BD.
Can you please try my native loader in RnD-Test.
(some levels included)
Please check it and write your suggestions.
Can I use your grafics for the next release of RnD-Test ?
And the answer is ... 42 !
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I'll try out your BD loader shortly, but in the meantime, feel free to use those graphics - I merely extracted them from the NES; it was Data East who did all the work :wink: .

I'm virtually positive that you already know this, but just in case - be aware that these aren't anything close to the original BD graphics, even though they're quite pixelated. :)
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RTADash wrote:I'll try out your BD loader shortly, but in the meantime, feel free to use those graphics - I merely extracted them from the NES; it was FSS who did all the work :wink: .
Could you send me a link to that program? I think I've seen it before, but I've lost it.

And could you also send me the latest version of NES Boulder Dash to my e-mail? It has disappeared from the RNDFA (probably because of a false virus alert, but I'm not sure).
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Post by HerzAusGold »

FSS is a company -> First Star Software
rndTest is downloadable from here (if you mean this)
http://www.zomis.net/rnd/download.php?id=421
And the answer is ... 42 !
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Post by Sim_Piko »

Where I can download this levelset (or when from Zomis Archive) ?
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Post by RTADash »

I've re-uploaded the file, and is working - as of now at least! :lol:

Same link as before.
FSS is a company -> First Star Software
Exactly - the credits for the NES version weren't very extensive; so I'm guessing that much of it was a collaboration, on Data East's part. I also read somewhere that they worked together on the last 8 caves, which is why they're so different than Liepa's... :wink:
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Send it to my e-mail address, zomis2k@hotmail.com
It has been automatically removed again. I think I know what's causing it, but I can't solve it without the original file. And I didn't got a chance to download it until it was removed again.
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Ok, I've re-packaged it a little and reuploaded it. Let's see if this works. If it does not, I'll re-package it again.
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Post by Sim_Piko »

Zomis wrote:Let's see if this works
Downloaded and it's working :D
Thanks Zomis :!:
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Post by guest »

Exactly - the credits for the NES version weren't very extensive; so I'm guessing that much of it was a collaboration. I also read somewhere that they worked together on the last 8 caves, which is why they're so different than Liepa's...
FSS just licence games, they don't actually make them. Data East created NES BD and it's graphics....
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guest wrote:FSS just licenses games, they don't actually make them. Data East created NES BD and it's graphics....
Oh, whoops. Thanks for alerting me to this, I'll correct my previous posts! :wink:
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