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NAME: REminiscenceDS 0.1.9

Description: Port of a Flashback for the DS

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Source - Here

Information

REminiscence is a rewrite of the engine used in the game Flashback from Delphine Software. This program is designed as a cross-platform replacement for the original executable and uses the SDL library. Original version by Gregory Montoir, cyx@users.sourceforge.net - http://membres.lycos.fr/cyxdown/reminiscence/


Copy the original dos files into /data/flashback/Data/ directory, and

In order to hear music, you'll need the original music files (.mod) of the
amiga version. Copy them to the DATA directory and rename them like this :

mod.flashback-ascenseur
mod.flashback-ceinturea
mod.flashback-chute
mod.flashback-desintegr
mod.flashback-donneobjt
mod.flashback-fin
mod.flashback-fin2
mod.flashback-game_over
mod.flashback-holocube
mod.flashback-introb
mod.flashback-jungle
mod.flashback-logo
mod.flashback-memoire
mod.flashback-missionca
mod.flashback-options1
mod.flashback-options2
mod.flashback-reunion
mod.flashback-taxi
mod.flashback-teleport2
mod.flashback-teleporta
mod.flashback-voyage

Thanks to Gregory Montoir for the great engine and for releasing the source.
Thanks to Sektor for his Flashback port/update of my previous REminiscenceDS 0.1.8 version
I have tried to incorporate his changes into this new release.

Fixes in this release from PC version
release 0.1.9 (2007/03/16)
- fixed minor glitches in cutscenes
- fixed several Conrad moves
- fixed fast mode
- made game version autodetection defaulting to English
- added support for SegaCD speech files
for the DS I have add pausing the system when closing the lid
and poweroff the ds when choosing exit from menu
as well as saving/loading save states
and jumping to new levels from the password menu.

Sound is alot better now with the use of my updated libSDL release which supports streaming sound.

Enjoy,
Troy Davis(GPF)








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