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!!! OMG this is incredible and such a surprise! Will this run on NTSC? 

At the moment it does, just tried it - I don't see a reason why that should change as all the heavy processing is split over several frames so the lower cpu cycles per frame shouldn't be an issue.


Now that looks awesome! That will be a day 1 purchase for me!

Cheers, hope it can live up to expectations!

I'm sure it will! That's exactly the kind of game the C64 is lacking (by the way: even the ZX Spectrum has its Theme-Park-like game "Fun Park" which is also a brillant little game). I really look forward to Funfair Inc.!

This is just amazing, Really awesome work your doing.

Thanks very much!

Love to see this get a physical release. Used to love theme park and theme hospital etc

Yes I'm definitely going to get in contact with some publishers and see if we can do a release on disk. I suppose it would work on cartridge too but would need a disk to save your game on.

Not if you used a GMod2 cart, like Sam’s Journey and Hunter’s Moon Remastered.

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I think a GMod2 cart can only save about 2K - I'd need about 11K, maybe more if I have enough processing time left to allow more people in the park at once.

Ah, didn’t realise save games would take up that much room. I guess the question is, would cartridge improve the play experience in terms of loading etc?

Yeah, it would definitely improve/eliminate the initial load time. Saving and loading takes about 30 seconds, which I think I can live with. A cartridge would also help with starting a new game as that just loads a blank saved game. 

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Hi there - please get in touch with us (via the contact form on our website)! We have a cartridge solution at hand that can save up to 128k and we are interested in the game.

Yeah there are a few people saying their games are saved. But if like me prefer it proper old school and just remake the parks each time lol

Yes, I want that box and those feelies!  Warp speed ahead!

Looks nice. I'm guessing it is still work in progress ;)

Yep, about 80% done in terms of features but then comes the game balancing. Not looking forward to that bit! :)