ThorN wrote:Hope some more infos will follow on Atarimania about Son Shu Shi
simonsunnyboy wrote:@Marakatti: I have submitted some screenshots via email to Marcer. He promised me in the past to fill the void on Atarimania If it fails for some reason I will send them to you instead, ok?
ThorN wrote:I reached a gate to another screen, but each time I'm tranported, I die in the other screen. Is this a known error. Is there a workaround?
StickHead wrote:Nice necrobump there, AtariZoll! For a moment I thought that STOT was back! The excitement and disappointment I just felt in those two seconds.
dma wrote:The Amiga version (unpublished but recently released to the scene) also seems to have suffered from disk data error : http://www.abime.net/interviews/view/interview/id/11
AtariZoll wrote:I was able to fix some smaller disk data errors in some cases. Or to make some override for similar problem - Dyther 7 final level. But in many cases it would be extremely hard. You need to understand fully level data files, and only that part may need hundreds of hours. +. you often have no clue how level may look, possible hidden things.
What I did is that DL-ed Amiga version ADF files, in hope that level data may be same. Short check resulted in seeing very different patterns on floppies in compare to Atari version. Most likely Atari version used some packing, while Amiga not - so need to depack couple levels and then compare. But that's again not so easy, as it is custom format.
Please don't come again and again with your copy protection warnings. Official Ninja and me spent couple days by looking into problem, and as I said, diverse crack releases have differences on disk 2. So, org. crack is maybe OK (Terminator Kid), and things were corrupted later, when it was copied, stored by other "experts" .
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