On Tue, 15 Feb 2000, Nicolas Welte wrote: > Yesterday I did a little experiment with my Magic Voice to finally hear > something else than the built-in vocabulary. As is mentioned in the MV > manual, the game cartridges GORF and Wizard of Wor support the voice > module. Both is confirmed by reports that can be seen on Cameron's > Secret Weapons page. Since these game cartridges are probably hard to > get and quite expensive, a good option is to make your own cartridge. > gorf.crt is available for download, so I stripped the header and loaded > the image into my RAM cartridge. Amazing, it really works and sentences > like "Commodore presents GORF, a Bally/Midway game. Long live GORF! Push > the joystick button. Hahahaha." and several others which I didn't > understand. I only had quite a hard time with the pass thru expansion > port of the MV, it seems to be equally crappy as the one in the SX64. > The contact springs are not strong enough for some cartridges. I've been looking for Gorf for a while. I bought Wizard of Wor from eBay (not too expensive) and was very impressed with the 'evil'-sounding voices. All in all, I think the Magic Voice is quite a neat toy, even though it has no really useful purpose. > Does someone have the other two titles that are mentioned: A Bee C's and > Magic Desk? Should also be the cartridge version I guess... Did you try Wizard of Wor? I highly recommend it. I'm going to make a C64 EPROM cartridge very soon, like I did with the plus/4 and an old Jack Attack cartridge. I'm interested in knowing where you found the Gorf .crt file. I'll also second your request for the others - surely someone has ABC's or Magic Desk? Richard - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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