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Ambermoon remake

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That is great, but the question is: Will there ever be an Atari version?
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Remake is in c#, so to port it to atari everything had to be rewritten/reworked to c/asm. Not to mention that whole thing is still unfinished.
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What about the original by the way? Would that be easier? Sadly I have no idea of programming, but seeing Ambermoon on Atari would be a dream come true for me ;-)
A revently released music demo is already there and it sounds fantastic.
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I'm afraid that we have reached the stage when new reimplementations for any game wont be in C/C++ anymore... our only source of interesting ports will be source code releases of the games from the 90s.

I guess disassembling & changing the Amiga version wouldn't be entirely impossible, could be a nice winter project for someone. :)
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All there ever was of Atari Ambermoon AFAIK is the original demo of the 3D engine by Michael Bittner. And the music conversion by Big Alec

Unlike previous Thalion games Ambermoon is much less "bang the metal" and doesn't disable AmigaOS but instead uses it for HDD support and file saving etc. An Atari conversion is not impossible but unlikely. Especially seeing as how no-one has fixed the Ambermoon AmigaOS memory allocator bug in 27 years!
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It's still WIP.
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Re: Ambermoon remake

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calimero wrote: Wed May 05, 2021 10:19 pm Hey!

This remake is FINISHED!?! :) :)

https://github.com/Pyrdacor/Ambermoon.net/issues/63
That’s the roadmap. It’s only up to 0.8 beta
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