You could use a freeze cartridge like the Action Replay to save your progress - that would work on a real C64
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Hi, if you are playing using a C64 emulator then you can save your progress using the snapshot feature - and if you are playing on a C64mini then that allows you to save your progress whenever you like :D
The file in the original download link has now been updated to contain the c64mini version - download it again to obtain the file. I'm currently working through the Christmas order backolog so you should receive notification of your order being dispatched very soon.
If you are using the Winvice C64 emulator you may need to turn true drive emulation ON for the disk menu to work (although separate .prg files are also supplied which are very easy to load).
Hi, you could try right-clicking on the game .exe file and then change the compatibility mode for the file to an earlier version of Windows. Win 7 or XP. Also, have you tried changing the graphic option from Direct X to Open GL? And you could also try running the game in a Window rather than full-screen. There are loads of options available so hopefully one should work for you. I've tested the game on two different Windows 10 PCs and the game worked with no problems.