Thanks for creating this page, I was just initially curious since it hadn't existed, and couldn't easily create it. Also, I had wanted to mention the change that I originally implemented -- the horizontal Alphabet TOC/LinkList. --PidGin128 02:22, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
I'm attempting to get the page for MAX, also known as "Mechanized Assault & Exploration", but the link doesn't work in IE or Firefox, and seems to discard the '&' and everything after that. Should be easy to fix for an admin, just replace the '&' with "and". I can't seem to do it myself. -keeper3
- I don't think the page had been created yet so you may have been seeing the default "this page does not exist" message. I created a page consisting of nothing but the title, see if you can see it now - GAMES:Mechanized_Assault_&_Exploration . --Culix 06:02, 1 January 2010 (UTC)
- Actually, if this game is most commonly known as MAX (and based on a few Google searches and the talk of some revamp/conversion projects, it looks like it is) , then by the contribution guidelines the page should probably be renamed to that, as it's shorter. I have renamed it. Feel free to add info on getting it to run under DOSBOX! :) --Culix 19:22, 1 January 2010 (UTC)
AV8b Harrier Assault
I have been setting this up to run on DOSBox and slowly getting there. (Not having the game manual is not helpful!) I used to play it, so it's just a case of a bit of trial and error until I get all the keys identified. Especially the need to use the shift key with top number keys or - & + to adjust the nozzle angle. (Without shift they will adjust throttle).
I have been in and out of the Dosbox configeration and slowly getting it OK. The Joystick set up needs to use the old setting of timed=false so that it works in game and can be calibrated (I use a modern USB stick, rudder and throttle setup). A creeping mouse in game is checked by using Control + M. Whilst the stick is still rather sensitive the game seems to be working OK.
Can anyone with some experience of this game in Dosbox add any other findings that may be useful.