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Cleve's C64 games

Discussion in 'Golden Era Games' started by dnf, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. dnf Pedophile Dumbfuck Shitposter

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    what are his best gaems? Have some dexers played these?

    Discuss...
     
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  2. taxalot Gone forever. Patron

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    I didn't even know he did some C64 games. I thought Cleve Bakemore was a shitty casual iPhone programmer.
     
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  3. DwarvenFood Arcane Patron

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    You heretics, all of you.

    Mentioned on the same line as OSC is beyond achievement for the most of us.
    Later on, Cleve was even the senior editor.

    Prophetic ?

    Master coder at work. This way, the program uses less memory.

    Mandatory for Cleve patriots (or haters that do not believe he did anything of interest), this are the actual games: http://members.shaw.ca/cue64/ahoycleve.html

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    These are not the release dates, these are the review scores.
     
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  6. Timothy Sanford Barely Literate

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    i know the last person posted 2012 but i'm looking thru my old jumpdrive and cds and found ahoy88.zip


    ahoy_1.txt
    ahoy_2.txt
    dutchman.bas
    dutchman.prg
    readme

    opening dutchman.bas with pspad.exe (http://www.pspad.com/)

    10 rem lost dutchman's mine
    20 rem by cleveland m. blakemore

    what commodore do i use to open these files?

    windows 10 64bit
     
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  7. fabrulana Educated Patron

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    Reminds me of Oil's well - used to be a pretty fun game

     
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    I use C64 Forever for all my C64 needs. It's really well done and has a lot of tools. It's like $15 but worth it.

    If you are specifically looking to take C64 files stored on a jumpdrive and copy them to a .D64 type virtual disk, I believe I have used DirMaster in the past. Works pretty well and is free.
     
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