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Homelab GameBase

Sat Nov 05, 2005 8:23 pm

Homelab GameBase v2005-10-16 is released.

Download is available in my homepage. HomelabGB menu
MicroKey Primo, and Homelab GameBase.
TOSEC Microkey and Homelab datfiles.
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Mon Nov 07, 2005 7:45 pm

Here's the link: http://web.t-online.hu/grubycza/

What do you type to start a game after attaching the .hlp and call $5000 (if needed)? I can't get any game to start.
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1. - ALT+D - Attach HTP image (in GBGame\ReZip\ folder)
2. Type - LOAD [press Enter]
3. If needed, Type CALL $5000 [ press Enter]
MicroKey Primo, and Homelab GameBase.
TOSEC Microkey and Homelab datfiles.
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Tue Nov 08, 2005 8:25 pm

Thanks! I tried some things, but I didn't try LOAD first, then CALL or RUN.

This is a very good database. It's too bad the emulator doesn't auto-boot. Screenshots would be a great addition as well. Do you have any idea how many games were made for the Homelab computer?
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Thu Oct 05, 2006 3:53 pm

J2003C wrote:Thanks! I tried some things, but I didn't try LOAD first, then CALL or RUN.

This is a very good database. It's too bad the emulator doesn't auto-boot. Screenshots would be a great addition as well. Do you have any idea how many games were made for the Homelab computer?
Not too much.
This computer was sold in kits in Hungary. It had 4 version 1-4 and a special version, Brailab, which was a talking computer for blind people.

There was some games for this last modification too, but its hard too find them.

(I had ten year ago a friend who was blind and had a Brailab. Sometimes he played on it with talking games. For example, chess, which talked the last moves, and of course, if you need the actual position.)

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