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CAN SOMEONE UPLOAD LATEST VERSION OF ZXGAMEBASE ON RAPIDSHAR
Posted: Sun Mar 16, 2008 3:29 am
Can someone post the latest version of ZXgamebase on rapidshare please. I dont know why people only continue to post it on emule. Emule is crap and takes a week to download anything there.
Rapidshare is free and you can upload files there.
Posted: Sun Mar 16, 2008 12:49 pm
To upload the complete GBZX would take about a week to upload to Rapidshare, as it is HUGE with all the extras. (several DVDs of magazine scans)
also it would need splitting into 100meg parts.
However if you only want the the TZX games plus screen shots.??
something could be arranged.
i have my own version (still needs some work.)
all games complete with links.
but not all info for programmers etc.
and another version about 200meg on a CD somewhere.
which has certain copyrighted games missing.
and i will get back to you when i get a free moment.
Posted: Sun Mar 16, 2008 6:43 pm
All I want is the games and screenshots. I am not fussy about the extras. Perhaps you could upload the gamebasezx if its not to big with the just the games and screenshots to rapidshare or megaupload or somewhere like that.
Many Thanks in advance.
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2008 8:28 pm
i have uploaded the latest version of the ZX gamebase
to sendspace it is here:
it is without the games
did someone continue the gamebase?
i will be very happy to look at whats been done so far.
Posted: Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:57 pm
i have fixed a few bugs in this today.
and made a few cosmetic changes.
nothing too special.
But you don't have to download it.
This version will use all the games i am going to upload...
if no one objects!
over to you Hillelr.
Posted: Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:16 pm
Ok before you go any further STOP
you will also need the following for this to work.
1) "Spectrum.Zip" (233,365 KB) - Created by HillelR
2) "GB_ZX2 fixed.rar" (1,352 KB) - updated GB_ZX.MDB file.
3) GameBase front end installed and setup.
4) A spectrum Emulator (RealSpec32, ZXSpin, Spectaculator)
*All the files are Downloaded at your own risk!
*I take no responsibility for...
*Viruses, Trojans, Worms, Hackers, SPAM, ADware, Emails from the MAN, or any other such nonsense.
Easter Egg #1 1-H download (99,623 KB)
http://massmirror.com/8ce1b5a57c87e5ced ... a1fc6.html
Easter Egg #2 I-Q download (86,664 JB)
http://massmirror.com/1518cfd9ed1ac40b4 ... bbd4f.html
Easter Egg #3 R-Z download (89,235 KB)
http://massmirror.com/e5860204d29eafb00 ... a78ae.html
Some MIRRORs may contain PORN
pictures and links.
You may need COOKIES enabled for the "Host Site" to show the download link.
Some sites will only allow a download limit of 100meg.
You then must wait a few hours before you can download more.
Try a different MIRROR if you reach your download limit.
Posted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 5:35 pm
ok these last posts are a bit confusing...
1) How is this related with this: http://www.gb64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=12472#12472
2) Is this different than the version I mention in that post or the version posted in that post, or is it different from both?
Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 11:53 am
i uploaded this due to a request from Stanstimer.
who found it elsewhere and also uploaded it again.
these are the missing files for Hiller's version posted above.
to go with the Edited MDB file also posted here.
Peace and Love.
Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2008 5:58 pm
Thanks for the update to fix the Spectrum Gamebase, i really hope you continue to develope this gamebase because the spectrum deserves a gamebase to rival the GB64.
Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 7:09 pm
Glad you like it.
but HillelR did all the work.
I have started working on a NEW
which has 9377 games listed with 7746 linked so far.
with thousands of in game and loading screen shots.
all Dates and Company Names Added.
if anyone wants to help add some data using Microsoft Access.
(just so easy to cut and paste).
or add anything of value.
please get in touch!
i can do it alone, but it might take a few years.
Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 8:12 am
Great i will be looking out for that one, can't wait to get the first version.
number of entries difference ??
Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:48 am
the fixed version (seems) to have less entries (6219) than the prev (broken?) version (7100).
Is this correct?
Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:50 am
there are 2 less entries for 'classics', so I guess there was a bit pf pruning went on?
Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 5:25 pm
i don't know which version you have with the 7100 entries.
but the one linked by hillelr (above post) only has 6219.
unless your counting some of the 854 original commodore 64 tapes in extras.
which i removed from the SPECTRUM gamebase.
if you use the Tools/Verify Available Files... option
you will also see all the other c64 related files have been removed.
but if you have a version with 7100 games all linked and available?
i would love to see it.
Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 7:21 pm
well, the 7100 ver is the original ver that was available on emule as a download.
It was linked to and mentioned from this fine forum originally.
I have deleted the old .mdb but I am sure I have that specific file as a archive on dvd somewhere.
I will look into this tomorrow, as I 'thought' that until this new version became available, the one I had (whilst missing DVDs of magazine scans etc - I would love a full set of those!) was a "at that point" current and full ZX gamabase collection.
Hillier (spelling) was the author of the verison I had prev, so perhaps a comment would be forthcoming?
PS, I got the magic number of 7100 by looking at the total number of games listed by drop down within the gamebase frontend.
I also looked a the 'classics' list inthe same location - and there is a difference of 2! titles.
BTW, my message is *not* a criticism. I am a 'nearing' 40 year old 'old school' guy who remembers the whole zx80 *appearing on the shelf* experience. Gamebase (and emulation, archiving, magazine scanning, etc) is a personal passion. I applaud the time and commitment from anyone who gives their precious time to peoples such as myself.