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More MIA software titles

Postby RWAP » Sat Jul 15, 2017 10:05 am

I came across a new site with some QL information (not very much) - http://everygamegoing.com/landing/machi ... games.html

Has anyone heard of UAP (Unique Assembler Package) by D A Bandoo which gets a write up in Home Computing Weekly #97 - http://everygamegoing.com/landing/mag_a ... p_000.html

It also refers to QL Monitor by KAT - but with no details so no idea where they found this entry!


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Re: More MIA software titles

Postby Outsoft » Sat Jul 15, 2017 1:48 pm

RWAP wrote:I came across a new site with some QL information (not very much) - http://everygamegoing.com/landing/machi ... games.html

Has anyone heard of UAP (Unique Assembler Package) by D A Bandoo which gets a write up in Home Computing Weekly #97 - http://everygamegoing.com/landing/mag_a ... p_000.html

It also refers to QL Monitor by KAT - but with no details so no idea where they found this entry!


Here the N97 of the Home Computer Weekly:

https://archive.org/stream/home-computi ... 0/mode/2up

Where is UAP? ;)


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Re: More MIA software titles

Postby RWAP » Sat Jul 15, 2017 4:23 pm

Outsoft wrote:
Here the N97 of the Home Computer Weekly:

https://archive.org/stream/home-computi ... 0/mode/2up

Where is UAP? ;)


It took me a while to spot it - it appears on p32 : https://archive.org/stream/home-computi ... 1/mode/2up

There is an entry for D A Bandoo on the QL Wiki - http://www.rwapadventures.com/ql_wiki/i ... A%20Bandoo


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Re: More MIA software titles

Postby QLObi » Tue Jul 18, 2017 8:55 am

Hi Rich,
i had K-Monitor on MD. But i was not able to recover that prog. This tape was send to Simone, but it never came back. So i assume that tape was to damaged to recover.

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Postby Outsoft » Tue Jul 18, 2017 7:58 pm

QLObi wrote:Hi Rich,
i had K-Monitor on MD. But i was not able to recover that prog. This tape was send to Simone, but it never came back. So i assume that tape was to damaged to recover.

Detlef


Oh yes! Finally I remember that pairs of Md's!!

Yes, no way to recover it :-(


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Re: More MIA software titles

Postby Dave » Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:23 pm

In the 80s I played a game called "sub commander" on the QL. Anyone heard of or seen that? You'd sail your sub, watching fuel, air, crew morale, and patrol this 512x256 mile patch of Atlantic ocean. Sometimes there's be ships, but usually it was just avoiding mutiny or hitting the bottom or crush depth.


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Postby Outsoft » Sun Aug 06, 2017 4:16 pm

Dave wrote:In the 80s I played a game called "sub commander" on the QL. Anyone heard of or seen that? You'd sail your sub, watching fuel, air, crew morale, and patrol this 512x256 mile patch of Atlantic ocean. Sometimes there's be ships, but usually it was just avoiding mutiny or hitting the bottom or crush depth.


Is not Grey Wolf?

We have found another MIA: "IL MAGO" ;)

And soon I hope to get in touch with other 2 MIA's: Monopoly (Spanish) and a new Frogger version (Spanish).

Stay tuned.


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Re: More MIA software titles

Postby dilwyn » Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:04 pm

Outsoft wrote:
Dave wrote:In the 80s I played a game called "sub commander" on the QL. Anyone heard of or seen that? You'd sail your sub, watching fuel, air, crew morale, and patrol this 512x256 mile patch of Atlantic ocean. Sometimes there's be ships, but usually it was just avoiding mutiny or hitting the bottom or crush depth.


Is not Grey Wolf?

We have found another MIA: "IL MAGO" ;)

And soon I hope to get in touch with other 2 MIA's: Monopoly (Spanish) and a new Frogger version (Spanish).

Stay tuned.

If indeed it was Grey Wolf, I seem to recall that there were separate German and English versions too. It was originally written by Oliver Neef and sold by CGH Services. RWAP improved the English software at some point and also sold it later (possibly still sells it?). The German version is on the Games page on my website http://www.dilwyn.me.uk/games/index.html

More info on QL Wiki http://www.rwapadventures.com/ql_wiki/index.php?title=Grey%20Wolf&lang=en

There were also submarine games called Aquanaut 471 (Microdeal?) and Type-22 from Talent Software which I think was also developed for either ST or Amiga.


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