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D-Generation

Page history last edited by Ron Regan 6 months ago

 

       
Game Info:  
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Testing-History

 
 

Status

Comments

Version

Debug.log

Playable 
Works fine, but can't move diagonally.
0.22  
 
     
 

Testing Comments:

 
 

0.22: The game seems to run at full speed and doesn't crash.  However, with the d-pad mapped to the directional keys, the player cannot move diagonally.  (See the additional notes section.)

 
     
 
 

Comments

Audio Volume 

OK 

Touchpad Mouse (TPM) 

OK 

Game-Speed

OK 

Suggested .exe-file

dgenvga.exe
 
     
 

Useful comments

 
     
     
 

Custom Control Scheme:

 
 

INI Settings 

Additional Notes

[dgenvga]

ScreenScale=Jitter

KEY_UP=E049
KEY_DOWN=E04f
KEY_LEFT=E047
KEY_RIGHT=E051

KEY_A=1C

KEY_B=39

KEY_X=16

KEY_Y=14

KEY_L=1F

KEY_R=01

As indicated here, the original game was played using the numeric keypad for diagonal directions.

 

"Movement - You can use the arrow keys to move, but the game becomes quite

difficult when you can only move in four directions. I suggest you use the
numeric keypad in order to move since you have eight directions to move. It
may take a while to get used to, I suggest you familiarize yourself with the
movement controls in the first or second scene of the game, before you run off
and get yourself killed. 8 moves up, 2 moves down, etc."

 

The solution in dsx86 is to map HOME, PAGE UP, PAGE DOWN and END keys to the D-pad.

 

Currently, I've mapped the NDS keys as:

A - talk to someone

B - laser

X - inventory

Y - grenade

L - show status

R - pause

 

 

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