DaveM *thinks* you may have....Dave_E wrote:Um, do I have this? Doesn't look familiar..
but he maybe got mixed up with Boffin3 or JCB Digger2
http://www.everygamegoing.com/landing/i ... 01_03.htmlleenew wrote:Can anyone help with any of the following games for the BBC/Electron please?
Starship Adventure - A&B Computing Coverdisk Sept/Oct 1983
I haven't tried it, but it looks like the load routine is looking for more than what was saved. I say just remove line 2145.leenew wrote:It is in BASIC, and the problem is around line 2145.
I think it should be a quick fix for someone.....
Actually, that may be the better option.Pernod wrote: I haven't tried it, but it looks like the load routine is looking for more than what was saved. I say just remove line 2145.
I just have a paper copy, and I could scan this tomorrow if it would help.leenew wrote: Dave do you have a link to the magazine listing please?
Unfortunately there is a GOTO 2145 in the listing.
I wonder when this got messed about with?
If anyone has an unmolested copy, please let me know.
No they're not, the A&B scans were sold on other DVD's, that I don't have.hoglet wrote:There are electronic copies on the AcornElectronWorld DVD, but I don't have these.
That's exactly what appears in the version of $.ADVRUNF in STH's copy of Adventurescape:hoglet wrote:... try adding
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2005 PRINT #F, header$,startmess%,max%
Listings for an updated version of Adventurescape were published in the May 1986 issue of A&B Computing magazine. There was also an accompanying disc you could send off for.hoglet wrote:All of the lines xxx5 are not in the listing I have. I think these are likely fixes from the original author. It was published in A&B computing in July 1985, yet the REM statement at the start of your version indicates modifications in November 1985.