MasterOfGizmo wrote:I can't read what's behind the link to the 'known tg68 issues' mentioned there.
farvardin wrote:I'm trying to run Shadow of the Beast 1 on the Amiga (AGA 1.1) core. Is there a setting that make it work? I've tried several images, several settings (OCS, CS, AGA), but each time it crashes when I go left into the forest, after a while. The same disk images (run from the sd card, for example "Shadow of the Beast (1989)(Psygnosis)[cr VF][h Byte Master][t +1 VF]") work in the UAE emulator (but less smoother).
farvardin wrote:I've tried again with your settings, but it's the same, it crashes in the forest (the game freezes in fact, with the center yellow led blinking slowly). I don't own WHDLoad and I don't have a proper HD amiga desktop so at the moment it's easier for me to use floppies. And also I'd like to know why there is this problem.
Newsdee wrote:It takes time to setup a desktop but I really recommend it. WHDLOAD has a free version with a nag screen, so its bearable unless you switch games all the time.
Newsdee wrote:I'll admit I couldn't be bothered to setup an HDD for a long time, but when I did I was glad. I'll check which emulator I use but I have it setup to open both the MiST SD card and a local hard drive, so transferring files isn't much longer than what it would take to drag and drop files in Windows...
farvardin wrote:Anyway, I used the 68000 CPU for SOTB on floppy when it froze. I don't know why it hangs at this particular place in the game.
Total Eclipse wrote:Are you using a separate partition for the Amiga data, or a hard drive file? If it's the latter then a straightforward copy from your card to a new one should be fine.
I don't know what the biggest capacity card you can use will be, I've not gone any bigger than 8GB.
Total Eclipse wrote:farvardin wrote:Anyway, I used the 68000 CPU for SOTB on floppy when it froze. I don't know why it hangs at this particular place in the game.
Okay, a small back pedal here. I've just tried SOTB on my Mist, and am getting the same issue you've reported. The working version (whdload) I've run must be on my real A1200. I've been previously running the real Amiga and Mist side by side, hence the confusion.
Total Eclipse wrote:I had chance to test again over the weekend, and have downloaded the WHDLoad version from whdownload.com
I can confirm that it seems to work - I can walk to the far left of the forest until falling down a hole.
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