there are several reasons I have not bothered.
one being I don't have a working synth that works.
2. I have no external drive at least one that will run 720kb disks.
3. I don't have a working external synth and or serial ports.
I know hal can handle command mode in windows some but I honestly havn't
bothered with running my games that way.
I use command mode in windows to get system functions that I need to run
outside windows like agx creating and such.
I'm not really that desperate I have most stuff running and I seriously don't
want to run something that will try to directly access hardware meaning
crashing and probably reformatting the system so windows boots.
>Have you tried a dos emulator like Dosbox, and if so what was the
>result? I mean the Windows command prompt is suppose to be backwards
>compatible, to a point, with older Dos applications, but the 16 byt
>apps do seam to have problems. There suppose to be work arounds
>On 4/5/10, shaun everiss <shau...@xtra.co.nz> wrote:
>> dungeon and dunjin were semi zork remakes for dos.
>> unfortunately like a few dos games these are dos exe files so I can't play
>> them in windows.
>> I can play now all tads and frotz stuff and some agt titles still testing
>> agility compiled files.
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