The disc-image now has fast (and hopefully correct!) relocator code for the Model B. The game also runs on a Master 128. (Plus, on a Master 128, you can save your position to disc.)*
- UPDATE - April 2017 I found (on tape on eBay) a later (1983) release of Xanadu Adventure known as version "2t". The main game file is smaller than in the previous version, and there's now a loading screen too. I've transferred version 2t to a disc-image and added full instructions:
- For completeness, here's the first, older (1982) release of the game:
- (Here's the earlier (1982) release.)
* On a Master 128 you can save your position to disc but only if you're using the original (1982) release of the game, in which case you should follow this section of the instructions (substituting "disc" for "tape"):
(Full instructions attached above.)Paul Shave wrote:ZZZZ ends the Adventure. It asks you if you want to save it, so that you can start again from that point. If you do want to save it, type Y and then record on a (blank) tape. To start again from the saved point, *LOAD "DATA" (don't forget the asterisk) using this tape after you've loaded XANADU (use LOAD rather than CHAIN), and type RUN. It only takes a few seconds to save the data on tape. After you've saved the data, if you type RUN, you'll restart at the point you stopped.