matsondawson wrote:How's it going? Is it getting around the people who wanted to see it?
Yes, I had a good go with it on PC and Amiga, and was most impressed with it!
The provided software is Windows only, but I installed the software under Linux using WINE and it ran like a champ. The web site listed it as being compatible with .IPF (Interchangeable Preservation Format) files, but it wouldn't recognise the Amiga IPF files I tried. Sadly this meant I wasn't able to try out the original Xenon 2, and had to run a cracked version instead! Xenon 2 was a title that was written using extra tracks, so it's actually bigger than a floppy was supposed to hold. Standard drives can read the extra tracks, but can't write them, so crackers had to split the game over two disks. It was fun mounting both disk 1 and 2 in the same "slot" on the HxC, and switching between them when prompted to change disks
Chris (cjr) has had a good bat on Amiga as well.
Would you like to catch up this week to get it back, or is there someone else you'd like us to pass it on to?