Ahh it’s arrived! OMG how could you possibly wait, but then again you are gonna have a quite fantastic Christmas! Sams Journey is fast becoming my favourite game of all time!! Enjoy mate 👍🏻
Well, so much for Sam's Journey. I ordered it up a couple of months ago for Christmas so it was wrapped up until the big day, but I never got around to playing it yet. Been a bit addicted to Layton's Mysterious Journey on the Switch, my new DVDs and books. Went to play Sam's Journey today though and got this...
Same thing happened every single time. It was quite a hard job getting the cart in and out of the 64 I have to say! So much so that I was worried it had damaged my cart port, but I tried my Terminator 2 and C64GS carts (both connect/disconnect inside the port very easily I should say) and they both still work, so it's definitely not my port. I've contacted Protovision though their website, I just hope I can get a replacement when it was ordered a while ago.
Ah man that’s not good mate, I hope you get a replacement sorted. Have you any emulation device? I can point you in the direction of a download so you could play it mate?
Nobody, nobody trusts anybody now, and we're all very tired. There's nothing more I can do, just wait. This is R.J. MacReady, helicopter pilot, US outpost #31.
I'd rather not emulate, even though I've bought it (and so have already supported them) I'd still not use a download, especially if it's not supplied by the ones who made it, I don't think that's fair. But of course that might not be your intention so thanks anyway.
Also, I'd rather wait and play it on my 64 on a CRT As intended and all that Yeah hopefully I can get a replacement sorted, but not sure what'll happen since I've actually owned it for a couple of months now before trying it out.
Th 1541II is a real work-horse. Been putting mine through it's paces since getting it in the 80s. Picked up a second one sometime in the early 2000s and it's been working right along side of it ever since. They're a bit yellowed now, but still spinnin' my 36 year-old floppy disks error free.