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25-08-2019 17:43
hi!

22-08-2019 20:49
Pfft hi

22-08-2019 20:49
Pfft

21-08-2019 20:19
@Spazbo4: 10 views? Even more pathetic... I'm going to laugh a lot! XD

21-08-2019 17:39
no he cant make money off videos with 10 views or less for each

20-08-2019 17:29
Admin should somehow take down those videos because he's probably making money out of our videos.

20-08-2019 16:16
@Charly9631: I checked the channel and the guy has other 'longplays' stolen from this site.

20-08-2019 15:11
https://youtu.be/M
Jf4IapyBRI Somebody stole a longplay from here and put it as his video on his channel.

19-08-2019 14:31
Got it. I assume it's under maintenence right now, so I'll try to get on it now and then.

19-08-2019 06:18
just keep checking on it every once in a while

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Downloads: Uwol: Quest for Money (Public Domain)
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Uwol: Quest for Money (Public Domain)



New Amiga game, which already existed on The Sega Genesis (Mega Drive), ZX Spectrum, and MSX2, was just ported to the Amiga by IceVAN, coded from scratch in AMOS and is based on the original C code from The Mojo Twins. Graphics by Shiru, taken from the Sega version. The music was recomposed and reinterpreted by Fireboy in protracker.

Short and fun game, not too challenging. Needed several runs though to gather enough money to complete the game. Wish I could do all rooms before it was over. Some games lets you continue after you've won and it restarts from the beginning, but you keep the score and progress. So would have been nice to be able to continue from the top of the pyramid again, but with all the finished rooms already finished. Well, the original game is not like that, and this is a port, so, np.

Went rather fast. Was not an attempt at a speedrun. The rooms were just short and easy. A speedrun would have been like 5 minutes or something.

Revisited rooms already done only have the exit(s) available, no enemies (except a ghost).

As we get to see the pyramid screen over and over again, I decided to just hit fire whenever I returned to it to fade out to the next level/room, instead of waiting a sec or so first. I could just hold fire while the pyramid part was loading, which would have resulted in it never showing at all, so it would just show fading out of a level, then back into a new level, but wanted to show the pyramid each time anyway, better transition that way. I show that at 04:29 when exiting the level, no pyramid is shown this time.

Also don't exit a level until I've landed completely on the ground, which is not needed, as you can exit as soon as you touch the arrow, showing that at 07:31.

As I did the rooms rather quickly, we don't get to hear all the tunes completely, so was gonna make an 'extras' video with all the music, but meh, they were so short anyway, 1-2 patterns. So you already do hear most of it in this longplay anyway.

As I decided to not do the 'extras' video, I stayed a bit longer on the pyramid screen before entering the last needed room, at 06:35 to let the music play a bit first. Then I killed myself on this level to show that off as well, and finally waited for the ghost and waited around a bit so we could see it in action and hear most of the tune.

Should have maybe included the "Game Over" text + its short tune after the "The End", but meh, already done the editing and encoding now when writing this Smile

One thing I don't like is the clicking sound the instruments have in the music played during the pyramid and the first room/level (thus also other levels as the music is played many times... ofc). I first thought it's just the typical WinUAE sound emulation doing it's usual thing. Many games have clicking sounds in sound effects and music in WinUAE, but the source files don't. So, just to be sure, I played the music files in a music player and the clicks were there as well, so, it's supposed to sound like that this time. In some longplays I've done I've used a de-clicker filter as it was just too much, and the clicks aren't there on the original hardware. Weird it has never been fixed in WinUAE, or maybe no one has ever complained. The clicks can be masked a little bit by using one of WinUAE's audio filters, but I never use them as they... "muffle" the sound, making it not sound clean. By default it uses filters, so most people use them when emulating, bleh. Some games make use of the filters tho, like when going under water, but it's very, very rare.

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