Chuck Rock [SA version] (2001) (R-Comp Interactive)

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JonAbbott
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Chuck Rock [SA version] (2001) (R-Comp Interactive)

Post by JonAbbott » Mon Oct 07, 2013 2:06 pm

Image Chuck Rock [SA version] (2001) (R-Comp Interactive)

ID: 10602
Version: Unknown
Developer: Core Design; Andrew Ware (conversion); Shaun Hollingworth (conversion)
Genre: Platformer
RAM: 2048

CPU compatibility: StrongARM
OS compatibility: 3.7x 4.x

Legal info: Distribution rights held by JASPP


Download: Full archive (3.5mb)

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Synopsis

Chuck Rock hasn't been the same since his long time rival in love, the evil Gary Gritter, kidnapped his wife, the beautiful Ophelia.

Help Chuck in his quest to rescue Ophelia from the clutches of the evil Gary. Kick, throw rocks and belly-but your way your way through a multitude of comical zones featuring 500 screens of exciting addictive gameplay.
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KarateEd
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Re: Chuck Rock [SA version] (2001) (R-Comp Interactive)

Post by KarateEd » Mon Dec 28, 2015 11:47 pm

Hi Jon,

On this version of the program, I get the following error msg on both Arculator and the A3010....

File 'LoadModeFile' not found.

I think below is the line in the !Run file that it's referring to.....

LoadModeFile <Chuck$Dir>.Monitor

I also noted that Monitor is a locked file - disk protection?

Thanks for any help you can give me on this Jon.

It's all in aid of learning how the system works.

Ed......:-)

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Re: Chuck Rock [SA version] (2001) (R-Comp Interactive)

Post by JonAbbott » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:12 am

If you look at the CPU / OS compatibility, you'll note it's not compatible with the machines you're trying to run it on. You need the non-SA version.

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Re: Chuck Rock [SA version] (2001) (R-Comp Interactive)

Post by KarateEd » Wed Dec 30, 2015 6:58 pm

Hi Jon,

ah, I was wondering what the differences were for this. Didn't know what SA stood for...

Thanks,

Ed......:-)

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