For the Day II crashes when I put in disk 3

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By Apachacha

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28-01-2012, 20:02

Only because that actualy did display the game correctly, so I'm thinking there might be something in the later models that still might work.

By Apachacha

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28-01-2012, 20:03

"Make it work"

I wish you could edit your posts here Evil

By Manuel

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28-01-2012, 21:39

I don't think I understand what you mean... (you can edit your posts within 30 minutes after posting).

By Apachacha

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28-01-2012, 22:05

Oh, then I simply never noticed Tongue

Anyways, on all the other emus I tried, the game doesn't even show the score in the levels, except during the boss fights, but FMSX did, so I assume it emulates it better then the others.

Hope that answers your question.

By Manuel

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28-01-2012, 22:39

Heheh, interesting. So, I just ran the game on my real turboR and: the score isn't displayed during the levels.... just like it happens on openMSX.
At game over you get to see the score in the bottom.

By mars2000you

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28-01-2012, 22:58

It confirms that fMSX is really not an accurate emulator ! Eek!

By Apachacha

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28-01-2012, 23:27

I saw it during boss fights too.

This is why I'd like to find an older, sync-compatible version of FMSX so I can see if the presence of the score means it might actualy load the game from disk C.

But so far, the speed is so astronomical that unless I find a computer about 15 plus years old to run it, it's probably not gonna work.

By popolon33

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29-01-2012, 11:21

you can see the score when you put the game in pause with "ESC"
"Enter" key to resume

By Manuel

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29-01-2012, 14:20

apa: what is the relation of the presence of the score and loading the game from disk C?

By Apachacha

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29-01-2012, 14:59

I sort of assumed that the version that actualy shows it might work in a less broken sort of way. Just a hunch though, cause I couldn't realy find any other solution.

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