Pack your favourite games in a single C64.exe file.
- 1) Create an empty file folder on your local computer, Example: c:\mygames
- 2) Copy your games in the empty folder with the specified naming (below)
- 3a) Create the c64.exe with the configuration option: "Misc" - "Create Game Exe"
- 3b) Or open the command line tool (accessories) and run the c64.exe with the games folder as parameter
- Example: c64.exe -cd c:\mygames
- The new C64-Games.exe is found in the parent folder, here in c:\
- 4) Is just one game inside, the game will started later directly without game selection.
name ... Your unique file name
x ... Joystick port number, 1 or 2
y ... File Number beginning from 1
z ... Loading mode 'F'ast or 'N'ormal
s ... Song Number beginning at 1
Fast mode... loads the file directly into the RAM
Normal mode... loads the file in the usual C64-Floppy way to the RAM
The name showing in the menu is taken from the file information
or the file name itself.
|1) - Disk File||name.zy.x.d64|
|2) - Tape File||name.zy.x.t64 - loaded like a disk file|
|3) - Cartridge File||name.x.crt|
|4) - Program File||name.x.prg|
|5) - Snapshot File||name.x.s64|
|6) - SID File||name.s.sid|
Prefere snaphot files (.s64) for your exe !