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Any of these need uploading ?

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Chronicles of Omega

Menu Disk - Storm masters ??

Altered Beast - Rebels ?

Were on some disks, with no labels.
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I don;t recall seeing those, so please upload away :)
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Here you go
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Some nice finds there .. thanks for the upload. Maartau will thank you for the one by Illegal for his Empire site :)
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thanks alot for those uploads!

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Many thanks for the quick posts :)
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Found some more

The hippo menu seems to be cracks taken from midway disks.
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the rest
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Boa...... Is today XMAS, EASTERN AND MY BIRTHDAY IN ONE DAY ???? GREAT STUFF..... Please more from this rare Stuff :D

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FANTASTIC [smilie=greencolorz4_pdt_12.gif] [smilie=greencolorz4_pdt_12.gif] [smilie=greencolorz4_pdt_12.gif]

Thank you a billion time lv426!!!

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uber l33T, thanks dude
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Great stuff once again!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You've made me a very happy man :)
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lv426 : yes, nice stuffs. (Will add the REVOLUTION Menus you found :D on the page, when I'll reopen it, lotsa things to finish ATM).

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Oh Hell! Mega Rare Menus!! great great great!! :D

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awesome stuff man! :D
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After a quick nosey at Chronicles of Omega. It's another game where the programmer left *all* the labels in the final program :)

Plus if you un-hide all the files .. it works off your h/drive without any major changes :)

All I did was open up the .ST in WinHex and change the first byte after every filename from 06 to 00. Hey presto - all the files are there :)

Or you can wait for me to sort it out properly and release a HD compatible version (no idea about Falcon .. leave that to the Dbug team!) :)
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Here we go .. fully HD compatible version of Chronicles of Omega.

Copy all these files to your STEEM partition and/or ST/STE h/drive.

STE users - run 0.prg for the STE enhanced version

ST users run 1.prg for the bog standard version.


Nosey 68000 coders - look in the SOURCE folder :)
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Glad to help out :), got one more box of disks to look through, but by the look of things its mostly menu disks that you can get easily on the net, automation, midway boys ,etc

Thanks for the HD version muguk :)

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Nice quick hack there Mug :)

lv426 - check teh automation disks anyway as there are still some V1, V2 and V3 etc missing from the 'complete collection' that SHW of DBug is creating...

Check out the DBUG website and forums for more info on what disks are exactly required - you may well have one who knows!
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