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software OS4   software OS4 : Ur-Quan Masters 0.7.0 on OS4Depot
   posted by salass00 on 26-Apr-2012 9:23:34 (1645 reads)
'The Ur-Quan Masters' is a volunteer project that intends to bring the classic game 'Star Control II' to modern systems. The program code that comprises 'The Ur-Quan Masters' was derived from code written by Toys for Bob, Inc. for the 3DO version of 'Star Control II', with their permission and encouragement.

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Re: Ur-Quan Masters 0.7.0 on OS4Depot
Posted on 26-Apr-2012 17:08:40
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Cool, played the game a little bit when it was first released. Quite enjoyed it but I'm not sure I'll have much time to try out this version.


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Re: Ur-Quan Masters 0.7.0 on OS4Depot
Posted on 26-Apr-2012 22:23:38
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This is an amazing game. I loved Star Control on my A500 as a kid and I have played all the way through Star Control II twice in the last few years. Rich story, great game play, unbeatable!

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Posted on 27-Apr-2012 5:05:35
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great game indeed .

No idea how many play hours i put into this back when Juha was working on the port but i can safely say that i played it so much that i won't go back any time soon :D.


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Posted on 27-Apr-2012 21:53:29
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I loved Star control on my a500 too! Used to have friends over for great games.

I wonder if a classic 68k port is possible.

I'd really like to play this game with real amiga joysticks. Not crappy gamepads or pc joysticks.

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tekmage 
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Posted on 30-Apr-2012 5:42:45
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Anyone get UQM working with a joystick or game pad?

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@tekmage

I've played UQM with a Competition Pro USB joystick on AmigaOS 4.x before. Haven't tried it with the latest version but I would expect it to still work.

@realize

I'm not sure a classic Amiga will be fast enough but since the source code is available anyone who wants to try to port it is free to do so.

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