Hello from the French Riviera!

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Fabrizio Caruso
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Hello from the French Riviera!

Post by Fabrizio Caruso » Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:42 pm

Hi everyone!

I am Fabrizio Caruso, an Italian software developer who lives and works in the French Riviera.

I am the author of the CROSS CHASE game project:
https://github.com/Fabrizio-Caruso/CROSS-CHASE
which is game that can run on any 8 bit computer/console/handheld.

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Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

Post by MADrigal » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:17 am

Fabrizio you are VERY welcome to the forum!
I very much look forward to playing your beautiful game on the CreatiVision!
I am sure that the guys from che "software development" section will be able to help you :)
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Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

Post by Fabrizio Caruso » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:54 am

Hi Madrigal!

The game is (sort of) already playable on the Creativision.
It has very crude and basic graphics and the game is in its TINY version due to the problem I am encountering with CC65 linker configuration that prevents me from building roms bigger than 8k (just $2000 bytes in $A000-$BFFF).
The TINY version lacks most of the game elements except the main one: you have to lure the enemies into the mines.
It is more a proof of concept of a successful compilation and build than a complete game.

My universal 8-bit game comes in TINY, LIGHT and FULL version. I would like to have something more than the TINY version for the Creativision.

Remark: I know the memory map. I do not know how to get a working rom outside $A000-$BFFF with CC65.
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Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

Post by MADrigal » Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:51 am

I played your game on Vic20 and C64 and found it great!
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