And how does the Atari Falcon thank me ?
"UGH DUH, I can't handle it, slow down pls."
"But there's a 256 color mode !", i hear you say.
Except its planar, not chunky, making the whole thing kind of pointless since i would need to convert the buffer to planar.
I used to be gay for the Atari falcon, i really was. For once, i thought it was a better Amiga 1200.
But he never returned the love i had for him.
Maybe we were never meant to be together : after all, i would try to avoid assembly at all cost.
I will have to spend the rest of my life begging for money on the Google Play Store by making crappy games.
I will never know the truth behind it.... But none of this really matter.
Because as far as the world is concerned, i'm just a lame indie dev among billions.
Give Evil Australians, my latest game, a try on your Atari Falcon, should work on a stock Falcon.
It works on aranym & hatari but i know it will crash on real hard. Always...
Binary : https://github.com/gameblabla/evilaustralians/releases/tag/2
Source code : https://github.com/gameblabla/evilaustralians/tree/master/Consoles_port/Falcon_port
Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jy8x1Qe9oS0
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John, living in Australia, is an avid video game collector.
However, he learns from the news that the Australian government is soon going to ban video games.
John became furious :
he grabs his weapons and swears vengeance on the government.
However 7 years ago,
the government collected his own DNA as part of a secret project.
This secret project allowed the government to steal DNAs from all the aussies.
The Government learned of John's plan and they used his DNA to build an entire clone army of himself.
John is now facing an entire army of himself,
will he make it alive and finally kill the law ?