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Offline jr2

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Re: wsLauncher HELP and Game Resolution Questions
Psh, you guys...  Intel  33MHz DX2, 8 MB RAM, no 3D card, Windows '95 on a 200 MB HD.

...unless you want to count the Tandy 2000, 8 MHz, 640K RAM, DOS 3.20, 20 MB HD.  :P

 

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Programming a choose-your-own adventure in basic on a Commodor 64! LOL

It's awesome reading this you guys! It's nice to know the 40 year-olds are still in the game  :yes: :yes:

  

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Naw, I'm only 29, got into computers young and didn't have any  money for anything new in 1994 /1995 era.

 

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Programming a choose-your-own adventure in basic on a Commodor 64! LOL

I did much the same on my Spectrum. I guess even then I loved modding games. :D

Many members of the team are out of their 20s. It's worth remembering that BSG itself is over 10 years old and many of us were already modding on the FS2_Open engine when the miniseries first aired.
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Re: wsLauncher HELP and Game Resolution Questions
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Programming a choose-your-own adventure in basic on a Commodor 64! LOL

I did much the same on my Spectrum. I guess even then I loved modding games. :D

Many members of the team are out of their 20s. It's worth remembering that BSG itself is over 10 years old and many of us were already modding on the FS2_Open engine when the miniseries first aired.

I did a little programming (meaning copying lines of code from a book) on my Oric Atmos. (same era of computing as the Spectrum 48k).
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Re: wsLauncher HELP and Game Resolution Questions

For the OP, your only option to play the game is probably to manually create cmdline_fso.cfg (other people in this thread can help with that). You'll need to include a -res option as well. Again, others here can help with that.

Hope that helps.

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Thank you all SO much :D The game launched like a dream. I will mark the topic as solved and will get back to you all with how the experience went. All I've had time to do is the training mission, but it's working great so far.

Awesome possum lol

Again, thank you!

 

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Programming a choose-your-own adventure in basic on a Commodor 64! LOL

I too started programming on a Commodore 64 hooked up to the TV.