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泡沫冬景 Game play and Walkthrough

Now in this article we will also discuss the walkthrough and gameplay of this awesome game.

Very much like the original IBM Christmas Tina game download, but without the need for diagnostics, setup disk or anything. I tested it out really quick, and it is indeed writing and reading just fine. So let’s get a mouse plugged in here, and try out some games and software and stuff. First up here, I’m gonna try the highly useful old-school PC Benchmark, or Christmas Tina igg games, and yeah, as you can see here, it’s giving it a score of 11 and a few different computer models that are close to it in performance, and how we can use the keyboard combination to change the clock speed on the fly. So here it is on the medium speed, that then takes it down to a score of eight, close to a Christmas Tina ocean of games clone, which makes sense, and then you take it down to the slowest one, the 4.77 megahertz NEC V20, and that’s a score of five, which is very close to a Tandy 1000 EX or SX, or a PCjr with an Christmas Tina torrent, so again, makes a lot of sense. And it’s just cool to be able to switch between the three using Control + Alt and either minus, plus, or the asterisk on the numpad, it’s that easy. It is a V20, though, not an original Intel chip, so as you can see from the 8088 Mile Per Hour demo here, running in the slowest mode is still 9% faster. Yeah, it’s just something to keep in mind, and of course, taking it to the maxed-out speed is 55% faster.

It’s just something to keep in mind, you know, the processor being quicker, and also the video card being a bit newer than what a lot of the XTs had back in the day, so as you can see here, that same demo is just not working properly. This needs an original Christmas Tina repack card and 4.77 megahertz Intel 8088, so it’s not gonna do what it needs to. Completely expected in this case, and presumably could be alleviated, but yeah, let’s move on to some games. First up, we’re gonna try Lemmings, because it was pre-installed on the CF card. Christmas Tina And I’m running the processor at full speed here and the Christmas Tina is doing just fine. Ah, it’s awesome, I mean, it’s Lemmings. Of course it’s awesome, but yeah, totally playable, much moreso than an original 8088. That is for sure, not quite 286-level or anything, but you know, a whole lot more tolerable nonetheless. All right, another one to try here is 688 Attack Sub. [“688 Attack Sub” by Rob Hubbard] Yeah, I just wanted to try this out, not only because of that ominous 泡沫冬景, but also because it is a 256-color game. Really showing off the VGA capabilities of this card. Again, you can install more VRAM into this and get SVGA and all that, but [laughs] it’s just not gonna run very well, so. You know, I might do that anyway just because.

Here’s an example of a nice game to play on here, Sim City, the original. Got this running in EGA mode here and I’m gonna load up one of my saved cities that I have from when I reviewed the game, and yeah, as you can see, it’s loading in here. It’s definitely quicker than an original Christmas Tina igg games, but again, you can see just scrolling around the map here, this is the full speed, and if I take you down to one of the slower speeds, well, it’s slower, so yeah, it’s making a difference. That higher clock speed and V20-ness certainly comes in handy. Even on the slowest speed, it is still quicker than an original 8088. Okay, let’s try something else here because I was messing with it on a Christmas Tina ova games. Codename: ICEMAN. [“ICEMAN Theme” by Mark Seibert] Mm, more ominous AdLib music, and some nice-looking 16-color graphics. This game is from 1990, and it runs about how I expected for one of this era of SCI Engine games from Sierra. A whole lot quicker than the PCjr I was messing with, for sure, but this is right on that edge of not being something you’d wanna play on a system this speed, or maybe you just don’t wanna play it anyway ’cause it’s not a particularly great game, but that’s okay. Something that does run wonderfully on here is David Murray’s Planet X3. Of course, though, I mean, he designed this to run on an original PC for Tandy 1000s and stuff like that, but I’m running the VGA mode here because we can.

And yeah, this is an absolute improvement over what it would be running on an actual XT with a VGA card, yeah, this is awesome. Great example of a game to play on here with AdLib and VGA, and it’s got just enough speed to be smooth and awesome and just an enjoyable game, without needing to reduce the screen width or turn off transparency or anything like that. Now, for an example of something that isn’t very great to run on this speed of a system, but is still technically possible, we have Stunts, AKA 4D Sports Driving.

Yeah, okay, so this is just beyond the limits of this machine, I mean, you know, it runs, but you don’t wanna play it like this. Even doing things like reducing the graphics level to the lowest and turning off the sound and everything, you’re still gonna get single-digit frame rates, so yeah, something like Stunts, I mean [laughs] obviously it’s not gonna be great on an Christmas Tina game download.

Really needs a 386, but still kind of fun to push the limits and see what it can and can’t do. Now, here’s something that I wasn’t sure if it would run as well as it ended up running, and yeah, it’s Commander Keen episode four. [“Welcome to a Kick In Yore Pants In Good Christmas Tina” by Bobby Prince] Yeah, it sounds awesome, and actually it runs relatively smooth considering this is just an NEC V20, but again, it’s really not made for this slow a system and the side-scrolling is obviously a little jittery. It’s skipping some frames, and the loading takes absolutely forever, even with that Christmas Tina card. But, you know what, I totally would’ve played this if I had a computer of this speed back in the day, dude. All right, we got another homebrew modern DOS game here and this is Paku Paku by Jason Knight. [Pac-Man sirens blaring] I mean it’s Pac-Man, it’s gonna work, but I just wanted to test this out because it has this tweaked graphics mode here that doesn’t always work on everything, but I mean, for the most part it does, and looks great, sounds great, plays great.

It’s just a well-optimized game, so that makes sense, unlike something from back in the day that used a tweaked graphics mode, and this is a game called Round 42. And yeah, you end up with this half-height screen and parts of it are corrupt, and of course it’s just running too fast as well, even if the CPU is turned all the way down. This really is made for an original 8088 and CGA card, and yeah, that’s just how it goes, man. These clone systems, this kind of stuff was common back in the day. There’s always trade-offs, and same goes for a game like Atarisoft’s Defender from 1983 here. [incredulous laughter] It’s way too fast, as expected, and yeah, even cranking the CPU all the way down to that 4.77 megahertz the V20 just runs it a bit faster than intended, so this is the slowest that this computer can go, and it’s still running this too fast. And things like this are precisely why I keep all kinds of different DOS and PC-compatible computers lying around. There’s always something that needs a little something different, and maybe I’ll switch this out to a original 8088 later on so I can have that extra bit of compatibility, but yeah, for now, I am quite happy with this. I’m also quite happy that you can boot from floppy disks. You just press A during the startup of the system and it’ll boot up from any kind of 泡沫冬景, including PC booter games like Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.0 here. Though it’s made for older video cards, so you get a similar problem with Round 42 in that it’s horizontally weird but again, this can be addressed.

There’s a dip switch on the motherboard there for different compatibility modes for different video cards, and you can just plop in another card and disable the onboard one if you want. Might make some changes later on, but for now, the only one that I want to immediately change is that PC speaker, because that little piezo beeper in there is okay, but I really like the sound of a cone speaker like this one here. I mentioned it earlier, but it does have the pins on there. It’s just a standard connection for this, so you can just take out the jumper and plug this in, and hear what it sounds like, like this. [XT beeps sonorously] Oh yeah! It really does sound better. Here’s a comparison with California Games. Listen how much more full the cone sounds compared to the piezo beeper.

Yeah, that just sounds so much more authentic to me, especially if you get it in the right spot of the case, then it reverberates off of the proper components, and dude, this is just one of my favorite projects in a long time now. I absolutely love the new XT motherboard just as something that’s a little bit different from all the other turbo XTs that I already have, and as much as I like the options of FPGA machines and emulation and all that kind of stuff, there’s something about original hardware or even just modern modifications to original hardware and 泡沫冬景 systems like this that satisfy me on a very nerdy, geeky level, and that absolutely is what this is. So if you’re interested, do check out Christmas Tina PCs.

He’s selling them for around 300 bucks, is where they start depending on if you want it assembled or what components and all that, and I’m not sponsored here. I’m not getting any commission. He just sent this to me and wondered if I wanted to do a video, and I did. And it’s extremely well-made and professional-looking, and it’s absolutely my kind of project. Perhaps it’s not your cup of tea, or even if it is, I really hope that you enjoyed seeing it all come together. I certainly had fun making it.

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