|Manfred - 03/03/2013|
So has anyone managed to get the whole program listing of Rails West saved as a text file?
|J Cline - 20/08/2012|
SHFT plus the right or left brackets was what worked for my emulator.
|Darrell - 18/10/2011|
Thanks again Gwoby that worked it was ctrl and arrows!!
|Gwoby - 28/09/2011|
emulator's may capture the arrows for joystick emulation - try alt or ctrl & arrows or check the mappings...
While I'm here there's a **Team Gaming Event** over on atariage.com in the High Score Club - classic a8 games players wanted!
|Darrell - 25/09/2011|
Thanks Gwobby!!! Only problem is does anyone know how to change the rail selector when you want to pick a new rail line? Arrow keys don't seem to work?
|Gwobby - 07/08/2011|
You can, just use one of the atari emulators! There's a link on my site http://gwobby.webs.com/
|Darrell - 04/08/2011|
This was/is my favorite game if only I could play it on my pc!!
|charles - 08/07/2011|
I have Rails West for the Atari 800 on disk. I could copy the code right now but for the fact that both of my Panasonic dot matrix printers (which I use to print out turns in Rails West) are broken. I could send you a disk or try to find another printer. I agree this is a great game and would love to see it ported to Windows :-)
|Ryk John Miller Thekreator - 21/02/2008|
As SOON as I'm able to find the Basic code for this incredibly wonderful game from the early 80's, I'll be translating it to run under Windows!
My goals for classic games that STILL must be translated and exist are Rails West (Apple II; Atari 800; Commodore 64) and the Radio Shack Color Computer's "Madness and The Minotaur" - to this date (from 1982) still THE best text adventure game that I've played, in my life!
Someday I'll find the code for both of them, so that I can convert them. :)