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THUNDER BLADE
« on: 03-05-2016, 19:52:24 »
Here's a game I'm surprised you've never converted. Just imagine it supporting 16MHz? Would it be far smoother and more responsive, like you did in Shadow Of The Beast 2.... Just a(nother) request :D
What do you think?
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Re: THUNDER BLADE
« Reply #1 on: 06-05-2016, 15:14:47 »
Tried it at 16MHz in emulator - game speed is 2x then too, what means hard to play. Because is not well coded.
Will do it anyway, but don't know when will have time.

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Re: THUNDER BLADE
« Reply #2 on: 06-05-2016, 15:31:23 »
Ah I see, because it's not vector? So, won't get smoother with faster computers - it'll just get annoyingly quicker? I think I understand... However long it takes mate - and thank you :-)
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