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Indie Retro News: Last Ninja 2


What every week this has been, stuffed with unimaginable information tales corresponding to Turrican 2 AGA on the Amiga, to TERRESTRIAL on the C64. Well we’ve not completed with the greatness simply but, as we now have been instructed that certainly one of System 3’s biggest motion journey video games from 1988 ‘The Last Ninja 2’, has been absolutely ported over to the Atari XL/XE by Jakub Husak / Peter Scott after 9 years of growth.. Yes certainly this basic recreation which appeared on the C64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS and NES, has been ported with all ranges, recreation ending and a slight change of graphics.

As famous by Kuba:”The recreation is virtually a devoted port of the BBC Micro model. For its wants, a simulator of some capabilities of the working system of this pc was created, in order to “not fiddle” when rewriting the performance, and later in the course of the assessments. In addition, a sound results processor was created, suitable with the one within the recreation. It has fairly intensive capabilities, though this isn’t heard on this recreation and takes up virtually a kilobyte, whereas the group of the display is typical of the C64, i.e. “graphics character mode””. 

“The recreation takes up 25 kB on the BBC Micro (truly your entire reminiscence, which is 32 kB), of which 7 kB is for stage information, and the remainder for code, ninja character, all enemy characters, objects. Characters are compressed within the Atari model with the RLE algorithm. The solely visually modified aspect is a separate coloration palette for the fitting panel. And a lamp on prime of a skyscraper, just like the icing on the cake.”

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