Trips in Flicker-free Land

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zsolt
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Re: Trips in Flicker-free Land

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Hi everybody,
The "singing" low-res version of the Intergalactic Space Rescue is ready to use - and no any tracker was used.
I'm very excited, how it sounds on a real sound card.
rescue80_sng.zip
(can anyone record it?)
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ZX81 (8K), ENTERPRISE 128, [ZX SPECTRUM (48K,+,+128K,+2,+2A), TS1000, TS1500, TS2068, Cambridge Z88, PRIMO A64 (red)]
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Re: Trips in Flicker-free Land

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Wow :o

This is awesome! A nice music and stunning sound effects. Congratulations!!!

Unfortunately I am traveling and can't record it for you, perhaps in next weekend I can do it.
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Re: Trips in Flicker-free Land

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^ What Kelly said :D

Brilliant work!
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ZX80 owners, listen up! (Trips in Flicker-free Land)

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Many thanks for the kind words above :D (and also for the promise of recording ;) ), but i miss any feedback from the ZX80 owners, if it works well on that platform.
It is uploadable to the "New ZX80/ZX81 games" thread?
(or i have to build my own ZX80 clone to know... :oops: )
Regards,
Zsolt
ZX81 (8K), ENTERPRISE 128, [ZX SPECTRUM (48K,+,+128K,+2,+2A), TS1000, TS1500, TS2068, Cambridge Z88, PRIMO A64 (red)]
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