'W.A.R. (Martech 1986)'
Author:Lord Crass (guest: search)
Date: Tue, May 17th, 2011 @ 00:27 ( . )

W.A.R. has a track sync protection. Checks sync between the following tracks:

32 -> 33
33 -> 34
34 -> 35
28 -> 29
29 -> 30
30 -> 31

When it lands on the destination track, it waits for sync and reads in the sector header to see what sector it is. This is stored in a table that ends up with 6 values.

I haven't yet been able to determine what the values should be since the C64 side code appears to be a compiled basic of sorts. Reversing the interpreter is a bit time consuming.


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