On 08/03/2013 06:05 PM, Andrew Brown wrote:
Wow that's a blast from the past, I remember this game on a port for the
Commodore 64 and Spectravideo 328 I owned so long ago.
No, no port to Linux or Windows, but you can use an emulator, such as on
this webpage, they can run on Windows and Linux
http://www.atariage.com/2600/emulation/, (and many webpages like it,
just Google Atari Emulator) and then acquire the Eastern Front ROM. Plus
depending on which Linux distro you use, if you use Linux, you can find
many emulators on the install disk waiting to be installed. All I can
say at the moment, the emulators are legal but to acquire the ROM is
not, as they still retain copyright.
But if you can figure it out from here, you are on your way.
I don't remember a ROM--it seems to me that the game came on
either tape or CD, or maybe floppy, and I remember it took forever to
load. What would you do with a ROM on a modern computer system? Where
would you plug it in?
On 03/08/2013 07:29 AM, Doug wrote:
On 08/02/2013 09:03 AM, Mark Stanton wrote:
Does anybody know if the old Atari game, "Eastern Front" has been
ported to Linux, or even to Windows?
Blessed are the peacemakers..for they shall be shot at from both sides.
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