As you may have noticed, both versions of the MDDClone haven't been updated for a while now. They represent more than 5 years of hard (night) work from the author of the 1st version, this I can testify.
Probably you can understand that people have a life, and I think both authors moved on now. That's a pity for us but all we have to say about it is "thank you", for the time spent for our enjoyment. You can't ask them to spend their whole life working on new versions for new OS just because you chose to buy a computer instead of another.
On your side, you could also make a small effort, try the solutions Simone kindly suggested, and let us (and the many people that feel the same way you do) know if you succeeded. That would be positive indeed :)
Your message wasn't lost, I read it and replied. Like in the other topic, I'll ask again: has the MDDClone author ever said he chose iOS as the mobile platform to work on? Because I don't recall he... more
If the "MDD Clone" author chooses *not* to make versions for either iOS or OS X, then he is, quite simply, a fool! As an Apple user, I have ZERO access to Mr. Woakes's masterpieces & I am *quite*... more
Re: iOS & OS X Versions Simon (webmaster),Sat Apr 21 08:01
I just noticed your post. You are basically: - calling the MDDClone author a fool for not porting the MDDClone to Apple operating systems - stating that you have zero access to the Mercenary trilogy... more
Try emulating the Amiga versions, using MaxUAE or E-UAE: http://www.rhythmiccanvas.com/personal/emulation/MaxUAE/index.html With those, you can also do something you cannot do with the MDDClone:... more
Last year I have contacted the MDDClone author several times, to ask him about the behavior of enemy spaceships in order to implement them in TADPSID, as well as to have him read my "Mercenary IV... more