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Showaddywaddy
Showaddywaddy
6 years ago

Nice read and interesting to see to compare the two cracks. I’ve never done anything on the Amiga but Action Replay seems a god send, I remember using Trilogic’s Expert cart on the C64 and that really helped when ripping music. Looking at some of the other crack tutorials it seems many crackers use AR. It would be a challenge for them to crack similar protections without a cart ! 🙂 I agree about lack of decent tools on the ST, EasyRider is full of bugs, but I’ve kind of got use to it now and know its flaws and… Read more »

WayneK
Reply to  Showaddywaddy
6 years ago

Well in my defence, I have written another tutorial (Armalyte) where I showed how to crack without using AR, just Resource + Asm-One – but you are 100% correct, using the AR cart makes life so much easier. Part of the reason for using AR so often in the tutorials here is because it takes care of a lot of the ‘groundwork’ – if you’re teaching someone who has no/minimal experience cracking, you don’t want to force them to ‘do things the hard way’ when the truth is 95% of Amiga cracks were performed, at least in part, using AR.… Read more »

stu
stu
8 years ago

nice, my brain hurts tho

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plagueis
8 years ago

Awesome to see this Wayne! Very interesting!!

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Freddo
8 years ago

Tools from Atari is very poor compare to the Amiga tools I guess. And it exists a large and suspicious protections which were used the Atari hardware.
It’s not very easy to code in assembler on this computer, that’s why Atari ST demos seem to be easy to code but the reality is otherwise 🙂

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Cyprian
Cyprian
Reply to  Freddo
4 years ago

there are a lot of really valuable coding tools for Atari:.
You can find some of them there:
http://dhs.nu/files.php?t=codingtool
https://sites.google.com/site/stessential/development
http://www.atarimania.com/list_utilities_atari-st-programming-language_genre_179_S_U.html

regarding Amiga demos, there are also a lot of low content productions on pouet.net

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Q
Q
8 years ago

Very interesting read. Great work doing both the Amiga and ST versions. The guys on the Atari ST had it tough. I’m not surprised that you don’t want to do anymore ST cracks. Thanks for doing both.

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SIRIaX
8 years ago

Awesome work!

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Giants
8 years ago

>pre>HoHo… 25 pages, CoooOOOOooooOOllll
And more, tuto on amiga AND atari ST (that is very very rare).
It deserves a great BIG thank you

Very nice

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mr.spiv
8 years ago

Heh kool WK! That was a nice one.

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