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{{engine infobox|image=[[File:Dmagnetic_verysmall.jpeg]]|title=dMagnetic|author=Thomas Dettbarn|released=April 14th, 2019|last_release=0.25|platform=Anything with a C compiler|language=English|license=BSD 2-Clause|color=yes|graphics=ANSI, ASCII, sixel|sound=none}}
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{{engine infobox|image=[[File:Dmagnetic_verysmall.jpeg]]|title=dMagnetic|author=Thomas Dettbarn|released=April 14th, 2019|last_release=0.32|platform=Anything with a C compiler|language=English|license=BSD 2-Clause|color=yes|graphics=ANSI, ASCII, sixel, UTF-8|sound=none}}
 
== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
 
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[[Category:Interpreter]]
Since it first release in early 2019, dMagnetic is a [[Magnetic Scrolls]] interpreter for modern devices. Its main goal is being as portable as possible, and can be found in various operating systems as a pre-compiled package.
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Since its first release in early 2019, dMagnetic is a [[Magnetic Scrolls]] interpreter for modern devices. Its main goal is being as portable as possible, and can be found in various operating systems as a pre-compiled package.
 
Instead of relying on graphical libraries such as GTK, QT or SDL, it is designed to run the games in a terminal window.   
 
Instead of relying on graphical libraries such as GTK, QT or SDL, it is designed to run the games in a terminal window.   
  
  
 
== Input Formats ==
 
== Input Formats ==
Being an interpreter, dMagnetic needs the original game binaries to play them. Since release 0.24, it is capable of reading them in one of the following formats:  
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Being an interpreter, dMagnetic needs the original game binaries to play them. Since release 0.32, it is capable of reading them in one of the following formats:  
  
 
* .mag/.gfx files (from the Magnetic Scrolls Memorial)
 
* .mag/.gfx files (from the Magnetic Scrolls Memorial)
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* C64 Disk images (D64)
 
* C64 Disk images (D64)
 
* Magnetic Windows Resource Files
 
* Magnetic Windows Resource Files
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* Amstrad CPC disk images (DSK)
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* Spectrum128/Spectrum+3
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* Acorn Archimedes
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* AtariXL/Atari800 ATR image files
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* Apple II NIB/2MG/WOZ files
  
 
== Graphical Modes ==
 
== Graphical Modes ==
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* high ansi - Truecolor graphics
 
* high ansi - Truecolor graphics
 
* sixel - High Resolution graphics
 
* sixel - High Resolution graphics
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* utf - Uses UTF-8 characters to render the pictures
  
 
== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==

Latest revision as of 01:08, 23 July 2021

dMagnetic
Dmagnetic verysmall.jpeg
Author(s) Thomas Dettbarn
Original release April 14th, 2019
Last release 0.32
Platform(s) Anything with a C compiler
Language(s) English
License(s) BSD 2-Clause
Multimedia
Color effects yes
Graphics ANSI, ASCII, sixel, UTF-8
Sound/Music none

Synopsis

Since its first release in early 2019, dMagnetic is a Magnetic Scrolls interpreter for modern devices. Its main goal is being as portable as possible, and can be found in various operating systems as a pre-compiled package. Instead of relying on graphical libraries such as GTK, QT or SDL, it is designed to run the games in a terminal window.


Input Formats

Being an interpreter, dMagnetic needs the original game binaries to play them. Since release 0.32, it is capable of reading them in one of the following formats:

  • .mag/.gfx files (from the Magnetic Scrolls Memorial)
  • MS DOS directories
  • C64 Disk images (D64)
  • Magnetic Windows Resource Files
  • Amstrad CPC disk images (DSK)
  • Spectrum128/Spectrum+3
  • Acorn Archimedes
  • AtariXL/Atari800 ATR image files
  • Apple II NIB/2MG/WOZ files

Graphical Modes

Magnetic Scrolls was known for its beautiful graphics. dMagnetic is capable of displaying them, on its own, in the terminal window.

  • none - does not render the graphics
  • monochrome - Renders images as ASCII Art
  • low ansi - Renders images in 16-Color ANSI Art
  • high ansi - Truecolor graphics
  • sixel - High Resolution graphics
  • utf - Uses UTF-8 characters to render the pictures

Installation

  • Debian/Ubuntu: % apt-get install dmagnetic
  • OpenBSD: % pkg_add dmagnetic

Screenshots

Dmagnetic023guild.png

dMagnetic 0.23, running "The Guild of Thieves" in sixel mode.


Dmagnetic023guild lowansi.png

dMagnetic 0.23, running "The Guild of Thieves" in low ansi mode.

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