Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-22 Thread Edward Franks
On Jan 15, 2004, at 10:19 AM, Pedro Quaresma wrote: That is excellent news indeed! But what do you mean by not perfectly? With slowdowns/choppy? I just tried the newest MT-32 'enabled' version [1] of DosBox. After having to snag a newer version of the SDL dll [2], I can now here the speech

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-15 Thread Pedro Quaresma
Para: [EMAIL PROTECTED] A/C: Ref: cc: Assunto: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily Jim Leonard [EMAIL PROTECTED] 13-01-2004 21:01 Solicita-se resposta a swcollect I've been tinkering with this for a month now and have had such great success that I

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-15 Thread Edward Franks
On Jan 15, 2004, at 3:29 AM, Pedro Quaresma wrote: Thanks for the report Jim, looking forward to check that one out too. Nevertheless, the important question remains: will it run Ultima 7 with its Voodoo Memory System? ;) Yes, though not perfectly. -- Edward Franks

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-15 Thread Pedro Quaresma
: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily Edward Franks [EMAIL PROTECTED] 15-01-2004 16:09 Solicita-se resposta a swcollect On Jan 15, 2004, at 3:29 AM, Pedro Quaresma wrote: Thanks for the report Jim, looking forward to check that one out too. Nevertheless, the important

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-15 Thread Jim Leonard
Pedro Quaresma wrote: Thanks for the report Jim, looking forward to check that one out too. Nevertheless, the important question remains: will it run Ultima 7 with its Voodoo Memory System? ;) According to all sorts of patches I keep reading about, that's no longer an issue (there's some

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-15 Thread Edward Franks
On Jan 15, 2004, at 10:19 AM, Pedro Quaresma wrote: That is excellent news indeed! But what do you mean by not perfectly? With slowdowns/choppy? The sound and music were messed up. I got some of the opening music, but none of the Guardian's speech. I haven't played into the game yet, but

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-14 Thread Marco Thorek
Edward Franks schrieb: Here's a slightly different link http://www.glidos.net/ for those of you who would like to play some Glide-based (3Dfx) games. I haven't purchased the full version, but Redguard worked for me with the demo version. The site also has a link to

RE: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-13 Thread Per-Olof Karlsson
Wow! This is the stuff I dream about, thanks SO much for that link.. Never heard of this before! Wasteland here I come... -- This message was sent to you because you are currently subscribed to the swcollect mailing list. To

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-13 Thread Jim Leonard
Per-Olof Karlsson wrote: Wow! This is the stuff I dream about, thanks SO much for that link.. Never heard of this before! Wasteland here I come... Wasteland already works under Windows so I don't know what stopped you before ;-) But try it with a large number of games that do NOT work under

Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-13 Thread Marco Thorek
Jim Leonard schrieb: I've been tinkering with this for a month now and have had such great success that I thought I'd inform everyone about it: dosbox.sourceforge.net Wow! Thanks a bunch for this link! Marco -- This

RE: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run easily

2004-01-13 Thread Stuart Feldhamer
For some reason I thought you guys all knew about this already...sorry I didn't mention it. Stuart -Original Message- From: Dan Chisarick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 9:23 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [SWCollect] DOSBox: Getting DOS games to run