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I loved the Interphase demo and finding out what the game was all about. But when I got the full game (it was on ST format coverdisk), it was a bit of a let down because IMHO the second level graphics weren't as nice as the first level and there weren't completely new things to puzzle out. I don't remember whether I ever progressed further than 3rd level though.Jamesbeat wrote:I really want to complete Interphase, but I'm crap at it
Is there a trained version out there?
I have most of the menu disks, but I can't seem to find a trained version.
One way to make playing easier is to use an emulator (like Hatari) and its memory snapshots instead of game save features as they allow saving at any point, and having as many save points as you wish.
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Multiple versions on there - no guarantee that any are trained though.
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One has a level select, but that didn't work (and level select is kinda moot when you have save states).
On the up side, I had no idea that website existed and it's a goldmine, so some good still came of it
Perfect! It does indeed have an infinite energy trainer, plus a level select function (though it's not clear whether both can be used at once).krupkaj wrote:PPera has interphase in his archive did you try his version?
I don't want the level select, as I want to complete it from start to finish, but that infinite energy is going to come in handy...