'safari' menu disks ?

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Postby spiny » Wed Apr 14, 2010 8:43 am

alexh wrote:
motiv wrote:hopefully I can find an ADR menu I did (if I did!)

Mookie sent me his disk collection in 2000 and I imaged all the disks. I just quickly knocked up a webpage with thumbnails so you can grab 'em

http://thalion.atari.org/ADR/adr.html

I cannot host for long so they'll be there until the end of the week.


the link to menu 2 is broken, the file is there :) but you're linking to the picture, not the disk image :)

cheers for the files :)

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Postby atari_mark » Wed Apr 14, 2010 8:22 pm

alexh wrote:
motiv wrote:hopefully I can find an ADR menu I did (if I did!)

Mookie sent me his disk collection in 2000 and I imaged all the disks. I just quickly knocked up a webpage with thumbnails so you can grab 'em

http://thalion.atari.org/ADR/adr.html

I cannot host for long so they'll be there until the end of the week.


It's like a tour of my code and Ozymandias graphics. I scanned the woman picture on ADR31 using my Amiga and a security camera I bought second hand. There are a couple of menus I don't recognise so I guess others coded them.
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Re: 'safari' menu disks ?

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Postby alexh » Sun Apr 25, 2010 12:26 pm

alexh wrote:http://thalion.atari.org/ADR/adr.html
I cannot host for long so they'll be there until the end of the week.

My host has agreed to keep them up indefinitely or until someone complains :)

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Re: 'safari' menu disks ?

Postby Mug UK » Tue Apr 27, 2010 6:38 pm

alexh wrote:http://thalion.atari.org/ADR/ADR21.MSA (Doesn't work in STeeM with any TOS)


TOS v1.62, 1MB = both games work fine for me?
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Re: 'safari' menu disks ?

Postby alexh » Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:28 pm

It has the Medway Boys III bootblock which doesn't seem to like a configuration of 4Mbytes.

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Re: 'safari' menu disks ?

Postby Mug UK » Tue Apr 27, 2010 10:34 pm

alexh wrote:It has the Medway Boys III bootblock which doesn't seem to like a configuration of 4Mbytes.


Ah right, never use the 4MB option on STEEM for that very reason. Wizzcat did a fixed version of Medway III to get around this problem, so use his installer and replace the boot. OK, it stops being an authentic ADR #21 but at least it'll work :)
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Re: 'safari' menu disks ?

Postby alexh » Wed Aug 24, 2016 6:53 am

Anyone ever find any more of these disks? I think only the ones in this thread are available widely.

http://stonish.net/Safari-130#st11

Check your disk boxes everyone :)


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