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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2008 9:48 pm 
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Remsoft put out a game called "segregation" in the late 1980s, I still have the game and my C64 still works. But I'd like to play the game on my PC, but I am hesitant to try and build the 1541 cables etc that would enable me to load this program on my PC. Has anybody converted this game so it can be used on a PC? Or, since this game was written in BASIC, so does anybody have the BASIC code for this game, then I could just load it in a BASIC enviroment? I can't seem to find in on the internet anywhere. Can anybody help me?
Carl


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:51 pm 
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I've programmed a similar game for Windows and Mac. It's a pack of three games, called Lucky's Puzzle Carnival. One of the games, Unmix, is essentially a clone of Segregation.

Right now, it's in beta testing. The programming's done except for bug fixes, etc., and the artwork is almost done. Music and sound effects are completely done.

Since it's in beta testing, it's available completely for free for a limited time from http://www.orbitalcows.com/lpc/lpctest.php. All I ask is that after trying it out, you fill out the form linked to so that I can improve the game. There's not much time left for us to make improvements before releasing game, but we'll implement what we can.

The other two games are:

Color Mix - The player mixes colors of paint together to match colored balls

Memory Search - The player matches cards to find hidden clowns. It's a cross between Concentration and Battleship.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:19 pm 
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Thanks. I'll download it and check it out.


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