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Re: Interesting case: International 3-D Tennis

Posted: Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:42 pm
by Brume
AtariZoll wrote:Thanx Brume. I was able to reconstruct damaged data - bootsector on floppy A was overwritten by some antivirus SW, what made game not startable. Other data seems intact. I Post here fixed floppy A STX image. Note that it works only in Hatari 1.8 . There is some tricky protection and anti hacker code in . I think that DrCoolZic can analyze protection - it is on track 1, and OK. Seems same on both floppies.
Edit: file removed - there is better, more complete one few posts lower.
Thank you AtariZoll for fixing the first disk :)
Just two questions: how did you manage to fix the bootsector? Could we consider is nearly the same as the orginal one?

Re: Interesting case: International 3-D Tennis

Posted: Fri Jan 30, 2015 3:47 pm
by AtariZoll
Brume wrote: ...
Just two questions: how did you manage to fix the bootsector? Could we consider is nearly the same as the orginal one?
It was not hard because I have other release, so could see where intro loads . Because further parts of game load via XBIOS 8 calls, normal is to assume that intro loaded too via it. What is btw. common practice (XBIOS calls from bootsector, because no place for longer code), used even by games with custom floppy load code.

Here is complete code:

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* Trying to reconstruct org. bootsector

* 9 sectors/track

* Loading at track 2 :

* Must load higher - crash in  TOS 1.02 for instance

	lea	$40000,a6
	moveq	#2,d6

ldtr   	move.w	#9,-(sp)   * count 
	move.w	#0,-(sp)    * side
	move.w	d6,-(sp)    * track
	move.w	#1,-(sp)    * ss
	clr.w	-(sp)   * dev
	clr.l	-(sp)
	pea	(a6)
	move.w	#8,-(sp)
	trap	#14
	lea	20(sp),sp

	lea	$1200(a6),a6
	addq.w	#1,d6
	cmp.w	#44,d6    * 
	bne.s	ldtr

	move.w	#$2700,sr

 	lea	$40000,a0
	lea	$6500.w,a1
	move.w	#45900,d1
.cod	move.l	(a0)+,(a1)+
	dbf	d1,.cod

	move.l	#$C0,$118.w
	move.w	#$4E73,$C0.w

	jmp	$6500.w

There was much-much more trouble with bad code and non-working joystick .

Re: Interesting case: International 3-D Tennis

Posted: Sat Jan 31, 2015 6:21 pm
by dlfrsilver
This game was done by Chris Yates and Jon Hare, of Cannon Fodder Fame :) aka "Wee lawyke Dih 'Ehmiga Beyttah" :lol: