Really, really slick!! loving the sensi feel and the depth. Will be reviewed in the next Reset mag
POLAR BEAR IN SPACE! (C64)
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Great game, many classics references in a great experience on its own, really a great game! Is a sid file of the music available?
Love this game, too! Great references to older games, but very original by itself.
Not sure if there are sid files, but the Collector's Edition disk version comes with a soundtrack CD, and the limited edition USB tape version has MP3s on it.
Space, a polar bear, what more could you want! Love this.
Ha! A speed run of sorts. I'll have to see if I can go faster than this. Didn't realize trying to break speed records could be that much fun with this game.
Great game but I hate highscore tables which are not saved. ;-)
testing in sd2iec thank you!!!!
Unfortunately I must say that it does not work, I load the sd2iec program with the command load "* fb", 8.1 loads the sjload I look for the d64v I open it I load the prg and the ready of the basic immediately jumps, I give a list and the error appears " overflow in memory ". I copy the d64 from the sd2iec folder to / from the card I do load "polarbear.d64", 8 and it stays in loadning and does nothing, I try one more time with load "polarbear, d64", 8,1 now to load the assembling sentences from memory and a black box remains and does nothing at all on the screen and the sd2iec remains eternally loading the d64. I continue with the .tap that I recorded on cassette unfortunately
The game loads and autostarts fine for me on my SD2IEC. This is how I do it:
- LOAD ”FB64”,8 <RETURN>
(this loads the SD2IEC file browser, assuming this is called FB64 on your SD2IEC card as well)
- RUN <RETURN>
(this starts the SD2IEC file browser)
- Select “POLARBEAR.d64" by pressing <RETURN> on the entry
(make sure NOT to select the “ POLAR BEAR .PRG” inside the D64 here after selecting the D64)
- Quit FB64 by pressing “Q”
(this will now mount the disk image)
- Back at the BASIC prompt, type LOAD ”*”,8,1 <RETURN>
(this loads and auto-starts the game)
Because SD2IEC doesn't work with all fast loaders, loading takes a few minutes in either case, but you should see Polar Bear tap his foot while the game loads.
Hope this helps!
Thank you very much when I get home after work I test it
Hi, I've loaded the game with no problems into my C64 using an SD2IEC and the fb64 browser that is included with it. Once the .d64 was mounted I did have to reset my C64 using my Action Replay cart and then load it the standard way with LOAD"*",8,1 (RETURN). I will see if there is a simpler way to get it to load via an SD2IEC.
the d64 does not work in sdiec I am trying with the .tap to popder to play it in my Argentine model c64c (pal)
PD using the tap turning it to audio and recording it on a blank tape and loading it to the old one worked!
Hi, an SD2IEC friendly version of the game will be made available very soon!
Thank you very much great game and just a small report of something that I think is a bug, in the presentation after choosing f1 or f7 the presentation mode flashes badly, it comes out of colors, you see the background of other things and it seems to be something from the video ( vic) I tried it with a drean commodore 64 drean commodore 64c and it remains the same it does not affect the game that loads perfect but if the presentation is very ugly, in the vice emulator it works well, therefore I imagine it is something of incompatibility with the chip video (vic) greetings
The game in the CRT file has a problem. VICE EMULATOR, EASY FLASH 3, THE C64 MAXI emulator runs the game up to a certain point and the game crashes. Have you checked what is the cause of this error?
Hi, do you have any more details of where the game crashes so we can look into the problem?
Sadly can't get this to run on my Kung Fu Flash (latest firmware), either disk or cart :(
Did you try both cart versions? The Ocean build works on Easyflash.
:3 Beautiful! I'll gift this to myself in January for my birthday. So cute! I love polar bears!
Wow! this looks amazing!