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Compact Floppy Machine

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Author: giangiygas

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Filesize: 2.43 MB

Date added: 2018-11-05

Rating: 5

Downloads: 568

Views: 58

Comments: 1

Ratings: 1

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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This is a machine that uses smaller floppys than before.
This works better and it's a compo, so you can dettach
the reader and attach it to a computer or a better screen.

How to use:
Drag (disabling rotatioon)
the Compo (signed as 1 in scene)
the box cover (2)
the compact Floppy (2.1)

Then turn on the laser (enter key) and select a direction
(the directions are signed in the floppy itself, use arrow
keys to move it)

you have a text animation floppy (middle box), the info.
and some images (right box) and and a raw one in left

enjoy and free to use XD
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I forgot to mention it has auto-brake, so you only need to press the arrow keys

also, the arrow keys are non-toggle and it spins at 15 RPM, so if you're using the info. disc you should press a single time to navigate between sectors, if it runs out of the slideshow you want to see just press the opposite key

Have fun