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Software News   Software News : ASp V0.87 released
   posted by Laser on 1-May-2006 18:18:33 (1516 reads)
Version 0.87 of ASp, the Amiga Spectrum Emulator has just been released. Please consider voting in the poll HERE to air your views whether you like the program or not!

This version offers a number of bug fixes, plus the addition of an OS4-friendly joystick option. Full details in the archive, which can be downloaded from the author's web-site.

Questions and comments are welcome!


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Re: ASp V0.87 released
Posted on 1-May-2006 18:48:09
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Nice work as always

"Miracles we do at once, the impossible takes a little longer" - AJS on Hyperion
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Re: ASp V0.87 released
Posted on 1-May-2006 18:52:46
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Super Super Wicked!

Thanks Laser

EDIT: Ok, downloaded & playing Cybernoid again. Oh the memories! Couple of things though. I haven't been able to get AmigaInput to work through it yet & in full screen, the far left (Off the game screen, it seems to be in the loading area of the screen) there's a stripe of garbled gfx 8 pixels wide running down the screen.


Last edited by FuZion on 01-May-2006 at 09:20 PM.

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Re: ASp V0.87 released
Posted on 2-May-2006 13:23:14
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never had a speccy so i am not that into this emu but what i have seen so far is very good and i hope to be able to play more with it in the future, keep up the good work.

See my blog and collection website! .

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Re: ASp V0.87 released
Posted on 2-May-2006 17:23:47
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Can you mail me with more detail? Maybe a screenshot?

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Re: ASp V0.87 released
Posted on 2-May-2006 21:14:36
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It wouldn't be simple would it? D'oh!

The grab doesn't grab the garbled bit. Like it's not actually on the bitmap (Or whatever it's called). The grab is a 320x256 screen @ 24bit. I am running on am A1Xe-G4 with a Radeon 7500. Can anyone else report anything similar on a similar setup?


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Re: ASp V0.87 released
Posted on 6-May-2006 0:00:48
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Well done, played a few of the oldies.
Brings back memories of my 128K +2.

A1XE G4 800mhz,512mb,Radeon9200,SonyDRU-510A and 800a,ESI Juli@, Sil680, WiFi.

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