Bomberman for GCG-700

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Bomberman for GCG-700

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Small screenshot of Bomberman on SHARP MZ-700 adapted for the GCG-700 board with the ZX-Spectrum graphics:

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I will put the game online next Saturday
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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Bomberman for Sharp MZ-700 (original) or Sharp MZ-800 (with graphics coming from ZX Spectrum 48) or Sharp MZ-700 with GCG-700 (with graphics coming from ZX Spectrum 48 too).
I did only one program with a selection at launch: Press 0, 1 or 2
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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Very nice!
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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thank you
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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Nice, nice, nice...
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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Rednow modified the "EmuZ-700" (Common Source Code Project) emulator.
The DCG-700 (GCG) emulation is supported too.

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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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Please, that's not the correct way to just post a binary. Could you indicate where I can find the source so I could add your contribution here ?
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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hlide wrote: Mon Nov 25, 2019 2:23 pm Please, that's not the correct way to just post a binary. Could you indicate where I can find the source so I could add your contribution here ?
No, because it is not official.
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適当に実装してみたんやが今後組み込まれる事はないで "
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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I like you Anna, you are straight to the point :)
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Re: Bomberman for GCG-700

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I don't understand the translation "Why do you say here ... Properly implemented will not be incorporated in the future".

As a fact, EmuZ-700 license is: GNU General Public License v2.0, which implies source disclosure especially when there is a modification - official or not.

Because I did one, I added the necessary source for MZ-700/800/1500 on the Github to comply with the source disclosure (and because I have nothing to hide anyway).

I guess you're probably not rednow-san since I see no indication you're the contributor.

A binary can easily contain malicious code so I won't run such a binary lightly.
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