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  1. Just to note I haven't lived in Leeds for 3 years but as arcade club looks like it's on Kirkstall Road which is one of the main arteries in and out of the city, especially for students, you'll have no problem getting a bus from there into town and back.
  2. Just tried Road Blasters but it didn't work. Loaded up but in the game the road didn't move and all the surround was corrupt.
  3. Depends on the emulator options. Most give you a choice to have original aspect ratio but also have the option for software based up scaling of some kind.
  4. Yes mate will let you know later tonight.
  5. I've just tried Pacland and Todds Adventures in Slime World and they both seem fine, although this is the first time I've ever played any Lynx games so don't really have a base of reference!
  6. I've got the vertical version of the ldk handheld and it's pretty damn good. Allegedly it'll play some PlayStation titles though I've not tried it myself, and the only issue I really have with mine is the snes emulation is a bit iffy especially if the snes cart had custom chips, but hopefully that'll get better over time. Plus overclocking it gets round some of the issues with that. But for old handheld emulation it's great. An working through links awakening on it at the moment and gba, master system, nes and genesis emulation all seem to be spot on.
  7. Giving this a bump as looks like Blade Runner is going to be playable via ScummVM and they're testing it now in the latest build https://www.scummvm.org/
  8. Could you just stick a gotek in it? That gives you the convenience of the original hardware with a slightly more modern storage system.
  9. I have the same ambition! I've been looking at blitz basic tutorials for the amiga as I think that might be the sweet spot performance wise without learning assembler.
  10. My grey +2 was my first proper computer at home and I remember it fondly. I had loads of games for it (all still at my folks) and wish I still had the machine! Another great 128k game was batman the movie, the music sticks on my head to this day. Robocop was also great too.
  11. I've picked up one of these and so far with Retrofw on it is pretty damn good. It even manages some PlayStation stuff which is odd as it seems to struggle with snes games, although that could be an issue with the quality of the emulator on it.
  12. Yeeeeeeesssssssssssss!
  13. Most of the tracks on this game get stuck in your head (well when using the cheat as its so bastard hard) but this one is Tim Follin at his prog rock best.
  14. Think you need to point winuae at the system.hdf file so it maps it as a hard drive on the emulated amiga. Think there's a hard drive tab or drive tab when you first start up winuae and you can select the hdf file in there.
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