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Re: Atom Software Archive

Post by oss003 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:31 pm

Hi Phil,

If you download the AtomSoftwareCatalog_20180225_V10.zip, you'll find an Excel sheet with all titles.
Just filter the status on missing and you'll get a list.

Greetings
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Re: Atom Software Archive

Post by sPhilMainwaring » Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:48 pm

Thanks Kees :)

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Re: Atom Software Archive

Post by hoglet » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:01 pm

sPhilMainwaring wrote: I see this is now page 39 ... is there a list of the "Really Missing" titles now, as opposed to the list on page 1 (or is the list on page 1 always current?)
It's pretty current. I last updated it a couple of weeks ago:
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Why do you ask? Do you have some new leads? :)

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Re: Atom Software Archive

Post by gelthor42 » Sat Aug 04, 2018 6:41 pm

Hi all,

I'm new here and I just recently managed to get myself an Atom from someone I met at a car boot sale for a very low price. I was really pleased to find it still works pretty much perfectly as far as I can tell. It seems to be a fairly "vanilla" machine, no colour board or extra interfaces, but I think it has got 12K of RAM at least as games like Jet Set Miner work fine. If anyone could point me in the right direction to maybe get a colour board or sd card interface that would be great.

The only way that I have to load software at the moment is via the tape interface, using either a PC outputting the audio or a real tape. I found some .atm files online from this software archive, converted them to wav with atm2wav and played them into the machine. Mostly this works fine but I still get quite a lot of "error 94" issues after loading is complete with certain games. The Acornsoft Adventures (Dungeon, House, Intergalactic etc) will not load at all. There are several files that make them up, the loader, the game engine and the game itself. I load the loader first, select my game, then load the engine followed by the game but all it ever gives me is error 94. Also games like Hammurabi and frogger appear to load successfully, then give me an error 94 when trying to run them. Would appreciate any advice on what I could do, perhaps there are other load commands I could try but have already tried load, *fload *r."filename" *run"filename". Could also be that some of these games are not meant to be loaded from tape i guess

Thanks in advance and sorry for the long post!

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Re: Atom Software Archive

Post by hoglet » Sat Aug 04, 2018 7:26 pm

Welcome to Stardot.

Acornsoft Dungeon does contain two files, but should be possible to load manually from tape with:

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*LOAD ADVENTUR
*RUN DUNGEON
But you will need to have 12K (and no RAM faults).

The other Acornsoft adventures are similar:

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*LOAD ADVENTUR
*RUN HOUSE
and

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*LOAD ADVENTUR
*RUN INTERGAL
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Re: Atom Software Archive

Post by gelthor42 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:31 pm

Brilliant, thanks! Just tried it and it works pefectly, I shall remember that one. Cool to have some adventure games on the atom to go with all the arcade classics.

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