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Editing/Programming / Re: Graphics and palettes
« Last post by zlatko on Today at 15:18:56 »
The RGB values are stored there too, but indices are filled based on team colors.
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OFFLINE / Re: Worm Cup
« Last post by ElMichaJ on Today at 12:16:40 »
that looks really great :) nice kind of marketing :D

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OFFLINE / Worm Cup
« Last post by romanista on Today at 12:06:03 »
Sebatosh (sebastiaan luiten)  swos enthousiast who works at ‘underground popscene’ location wunderbar/worm organised the first worm cup

 We investigated the possibility of having sensidays there, but his bosses wanted first to have a little tournament.. So he organised something for 16 people, partly people who had never played before.. great beer, great atmosphere.. he had a sharp & big screen… (we did play under dosbox).. And people could play on my CD32 (really a relic from an ancient civilization for some people there)

They even made a special ‘ Worm-cup’ from a peanutbutter jar.. And on the second floor they have real bleachers to give a stadium feeling if we have a bigger event.

Lot of thanks to sebastiaan and hopefully on to bigger events.

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WORLD CUP MADNESS!! Actually, like most people in Holland, we couldn’t give a rat’s arse about the world cup in Russia this year. The Dutch squad is missing! We do like retro football gaming however, and therefore we’ll organise a great alternative at the WPB. On Wednesday the 20th of June we’ll host our own world cup tournament in the foyer. Two joysticks, a big screen and arguably the best football game on the globe since 1991: SENSIBLE SOCCER!

Don’t know the game? Don’t worry, anyone can play it! Unlike modern realistic football games, you can play this game with a joystick with just one (!) fire button. When you have the ball you can pass or shoot with it; if you don’t have it, you can make some menacing tackles. That’s basically all you need to know. Fair warning: it’s easy to play, but damned hard to master!

Aside from the easy accessibility, it features fantastic pixel graphics, curvy banana balls, a proper intro song and a huge collection of official teams! It’s magical…. There are still communities organising official tournaments for experienced players around the world, both on Amiga and PC. For this tournament in WORM we’ll keep it simple though; we’ll host a cup, focused mainly on amateurs. 16 players can select their favourite team. First you’ll have to survive the group phase, after that the quarter finals, semi finals and yeah, go win that cup!

Want to compete? Send an e-mail to sebatosh with your top 3 of favourite footballing countries (no club teams!). The first one to apply gets first choice. And remember: it’s a retro game, so we’ll be playing with the teams from 96/97. Some teams were stronger in those days, you know…

(from https://worm.org/production/worm-pirate-bay-sensi-worm-cup-2018/ )

newblood by Rick Lindeman, on Flickr

winner by Rick Lindeman, on Flickr

colinrick by Rick Lindeman, on Flickr

participants by Rick Lindeman, on Flickr
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AMIGA / Request for an Amiga WC 2018 diy
« Last post by Cofresi on Yesterday at 20:31:10 »
Hi,

Is anyone working on an Amiga WC 2018 diy?

Just wondering, since I've only seen a post of this on the PC forum.

kind regards,
Cofresi
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Goal of the month / Re: May - June 2018
« Last post by gatifun on Yesterday at 09:07:33 »
Blazej and gatifun's goals added to GOTM
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PC / Re: WC 2018 diy file + editing tips
« Last post by Cofresi on 19 June 2018, 20:36:09 »
Here it is!

EDIT: *** whoops, my bad I only just see that this is the PC forum  ::) ***

Well I added both DIY files posted here to the career_1617.adf (using adfviewer) of the Amiga SWOS game, but this does not seem to work. It mentions 'made by another SWOS version' , any suggestions?

I also have FS-UAE installed, and think I would then have to add it to Save Disk.sdf, but do not know how to open that file.
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TUTORIALS / Re: How to add a DIY file to an Amiga SWOS offline savedisk?
« Last post by Cofresi on 19 June 2018, 20:16:46 »
Hi,

Can anyone tell me how I can add a DIY file to Amiga SWOS (the newest Windows program) offline savedisk?
This can be either the career.adf or the career_1617.adf, whatever works best.

I would like to play the WC 2018 DIY file, and in that post there is not explination at all. So I thought best to post it here, where I would expect a tutorial on this.

kind regards,
Cofresi

EDIT: *** just seen that the WC 2018 DIY file, is a PC file, not an Amiga file, my bad  ::). Already posted a request on the Amiga forum.

Funny how I keep answering my own questions on this forum ;-) - just use this: http://www.viksoe.dk/code/downloads/adfview.zip when using the Windows version.

>> Additional question: I also have FS-UAE installed with a SWOS version for the Amiga, there I think I have to be in the folder /users/myusername/documents/fs-uae/Save States/SWOS 96 - 97/ where the file Save Disk.sdf is. But I have no idea to open this in Windows 10. Would also really like to know how I can add a diy in FS-UAE, since I sometimes also use that on my Mac.
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PC / How to increase a bid for a player with gamepad ?
« Last post by DSV1 on 19 June 2018, 20:12:03 »
Hi all

Games playing fine but I cant work out how to increase a bid for a player ?

I can add a player to my offer but cant work out how to increase my money offer itself, any ideas please

thanks
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TUTORIALS / How to add a DIY file to an Amiga SWOS offline savedisk?
« Last post by Cofresi on 19 June 2018, 19:35:38 »
Hi,

Can anyone tell me how I can add a DIY file to Amiga SWOS (the newest Windows program) offline savedisk?
This can be either the career.adf or the career_1617.adf, whatever works best.

I would like to play the WC 2018 DIY file, and in that post there is not explination at all. So I thought best to post it here, where I would expect a tutorial on this.

kind regards,
Cofresi
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Editing/Programming / How to edit files for use in P-UAE
« Last post by tomassi on 19 June 2018, 15:07:57 »
Hi guys

I'm new to this and just wondered if there is a guide that I can follow in order to have an updated version of SWOS so that I can play via P-UAE on my Wii U? I can play the original game as .adf file, but wondered if there is a way to unpack the files, update teams and players and then repack it all as an adf again and then play it?

A step by step guide would be appreciated, or just something saying how I get started (tools to use, files to download etc)?

cheers

Tomassi
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