Cool. And if you have any of the games on there already, it might be interesting to do a differential comparison of the files — they’ll be mostly the 48k of memory and that’ll be mostly the same, so with some educated guesswork it might be possible to derive the .LRM file format and write a conversion tool between it and .SNA. Then you could use any game you can find online.
… though SC_Speclone would probably be the smarter thing: it’s free for redistribution and can load Plus D snapshot files, which someone’s bound already to have figured out. On 30 August 2014 at 15:26:29, Simone Voltolini (simone.voltol...@tin.it) wrote: Thanks Thomas, I will test it and let you know. Kora Sistemi Informatici S.r.l. Il giorno 31/ago/2014, alle ore 00:17, Thomas Harte <tomh.retros...@gmail.com> ha scritto: So, it’s slender pickings, but everything I seem to have put on disk with Samtape and which is also now available from World of Spectrum can be grabbed at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/iksl9n0672miyqq/AADxzgPmOUzYC6g6wrRwvSM7a?dl=0 As I said, I no longer have a copy of Samtape, that disk having expired a long time ago, so I can’t speak as to the functionality of any of these files. Having been a disorganised 10-year old when I had a Sam, it’s very possible that some of these aren’t what they say they are or possibly aren’t even Samtape files. Good luck! I was not able to find a single 128k conversion, though I’m sure I had some. On 29 August 2014 at 08:22:13, Simone Voltolini (simone.voltol...@tin.it) wrote: I've 30 disks images with 128 conversions + other 18 but I think there will be more outside ;) Let me gently know, thanks. Simone Voltolini Via Cavour 1, 46030 San Giorgio di Mantova MN Tel/Fax +39 0376 371059 voip: 0376 1855999 - P. IVA 02048930206 skype: ranma_simon -----Messaggio originale----- Da: owner-sam-us...@nvg.ntnu.no [mailto:owner-sam-us...@nvg.ntnu.no] Per conto di Thomas Harte Inviato: venerdì 29 agosto 2014 16:46 A: firstname.lastname@example.org Oggetto: Re: R: R: Hi All Sam Users From Italy! I think I had 4 back in the day; couldn't comment on earlier versions. If you have the manual, does it comment on the file format? It's bound to be something it would be easy to convert .SNA to. I think I also had Sam conversions of the 128k versions of Chase HQ and Tetris 2. I'm unlikely still to have them, but I'll check (and versus World of Spectrum too, obviously)... > On 29 Aug 2014, at 07:39, "Simone Voltolini" <simone.voltol...@tin.it> wrote: > > I perfectly know Thomas. > > I have the original Sam Tape 3 version and some images produced with Speccy > stuff too. > > But I've read that the version 4 is absolutely the best one. > > > > > > > > > > Simone Voltolini > Via Cavour 1, 46030 San Giorgio di Mantova MN Tel/Fax +39 0376 371059 > voip: 0376 1855999 - P. IVA 02048930206 > skype: ranma_simon > > > -----Messaggio originale----- > Da: owner-sam-us...@nvg.ntnu.no [mailto:owner=