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Lynx Reloaded Multi-Cart

This cartridge contains a demo, some games and a BLL binary loader.

Lynx Reloaded

This is the main part of the cartridge. The Lynx Reloaded demo coded for the Error In Line 2003 convention. Started, it first shows a little information screen. Press any button to continue. After that, the demo runs until the end without user interference. you may skip the scroller by pressing a button. Reset is only possible in the end picture.

Othello 1k

The AI use yellow stones, the human player magenta. Use the cross to move the cursor. If the cursor changes its color, you can set your stone at that position by pressing A. If you try to set a stone onto an impossible position, your turn gets lost. The goal of the game is to get as much stones in your color as possible.

MultiPong 1k

There is a single and two player version on the cartridge. In the single, you play against yourself. Control all the paddles with the cross. The goal is to keep the ball inside as long as possible. In the two player version, one player controls the left/right paddles with the cross, the other player the two at top and bottom with the A and B button. If the ball hangs, you can reset it with OPTION 1.

Use of the BLL-loader

The loader allows to load little programs into the Lynx RAM. Valid file types are ".o" files from the BLL kit and ".com" files from the EPYX devkit. Connect your Lynx with the cable to your computer. Power on the Lynx with Lynx Reloaded plugged in. Choose a speed of 9600 in the menu. Use one of the programs from the BLL-package called "send_obj" or "send_pc". These programs use a serial speed of 9600 baud. On the Atari TT/Falcon programs for higher baudrates exist. Call these programs with the filename as parameter. If everything is connected correctly, the screen starts flashing green. After some while, depending on the file size, the transferred program starts automatically. After the transfer has started, there is no way to return to the menu.

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Game Information
ConsoleAtari Lynx
Release Type
Release Date2003
Part #N/A
Pack Type
DeveloperBjörn Spruck (sage) and others
Players0 on Console, No ComLynx Support
Screen RotationUnknown
Lynx SD Save SupportNo
Can be PausedUnknown
Cartridge Information
Cartridge Type
ROM MD5 Hash (headerless)N/A
EEPROM (for save data)No EEPROM
See definitions of Rarity Scores and Release Types.
Related Information
External Rarity Information
External Links
Lynx Reloaded by Sage
Pricing Information
Game Media

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