Today I’ve got some good news for you concerning this, as Amiga4eva has posted an update to the CD32 Toolkit Assistant! According to his blog, version 188.8.131.52 was released today. I’m sure many of the CD32 fans out there will appreciate this. 🙂
Let’s have a look at what kind of improvements this update contains:
- Attempting to remove mods or game files from the compilation without having selected anything from the checked list boxes will no longer mistakenly inform the user they’ve removed an item.
- Changing the automatically chosen game name will no longer cause the Tool Kit to fail copying the .slave file with error “Not a valid slave file! at CD32ToolKitAssistant.frmCD32Main.CopySlaveFile()”
- The ability to maintain a list of .mod format songs to be included in the compilation.
- A health check you can run which ensures you have key files required for using the CD32 Compilation via WinUAE
- Additional debug information captured if an exception occurs
- The ability to create a build file of your ISO compilation, featuring version information and a list of games and songs in the compilation
Looks excellent. 🙂 If you’re interested in taking a closer look, please head over to Guru Meditation Blog by clicking here.
Needless to say, it’s tempting to get hold of a CD32 again. I’ve seen a few available for purchase on AmiBay and e-Bay, but I haven’t decided on whether or not to go for one yet. Already have one Amiga 1200 and one Amiga 500 that covers my needs, but it would definitely be fun with a CD32 as well. 😉
Interested in seeing how such a compilation looks like?
I found a video by Maxsoft9 on YouTube that showcases a cool CD32 compilation. The music in the background of the video is from the compilation itself. Enjoy the show! Impressive how many games they can cram onto one CD, isn’t it?
Have a good weekend! 🙂