I think the A500mini can do AGA games, so there is nothing that should prevent you from playing the game on it.
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I think with a name like "neogeocdworld" you might be a bit partial... ;) :D
My current plan is to finalize the cart versions first off and then go for a CD version (which needs a different loading system to work) if feedback is good.
Let's see. A CD version would need a very different setup, though. Since you need to have loaders, etc, instead of just accessing the ROMs.
on the other hand, I won't have the hassle with the cart production on my neck, which is super expensive and difficult.
Really, no idea yet. Will see in mid 2023, and can give you an answer then.. :)
Just bought the yellow book a month ago, and I have no idea why people have problems reading it.
It's simply amazing, and the best RPG purchase for me in a long time.
Love this game so much.
Thanks for supporting Amiga game dev, mate!
Happy to hear you liked the game.
My next game for the Amiga will be an OCS game once more. Will be called "Krogharr", featuring a beer drinking Barbarian.. ;)
That's easily explained. SFX are very memory hungry on the Amiga since they samples and need to be in Chip RAM if you want to use them through DMA access (which is fast).
An Amiga 500 for which this game is aimed at has only 512 kb of Chip RAM, and Inviyya uses almost every little piece of that for fast triple buffering, music, multi parallaxing, keeping all kinds of gfx and animations that are needed all the time (fonts, explosions, the players ship and its shots, upgrades, etc)... 512 kb might sound like a lot, but all that stuff adds up quickly.
One other explanation for sfx missing for some things is simply a lack of time. In the end I just wanted to get the game shipped after months and months of bug fixing and improving stuff.
I concur, SFX are lacking in the game, but if you are just one person who does EVERYTHING it all comes down to compromises in the end if you want to create a game that rivals old titles from back in the day.
Hope you will like the game anyway, mate...
Thanks for your already written and hopefully future feedback when you played the game..
I have copied this answer from snz138 on eab:
"It was a bit tricky, but just go to the main page of the game:
Then (when logged in) you should see "You own this game" on top of the page with "Download" button.
The button takes you to a page showing the files available for download.
The balance update lha is in this list "