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    Game moves too fast

    I downloaded Zelda Classic 2.50.1. The game moves at light speed. I use the arrow keys briefly touch a direction which moves me all the way into the next room with monsters moving so fast I'm dead in under a second. How do I restore the normal speed of the game? Thanks

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    In the Zelda Classic Launcher, make sure that the "limit FPS" is set to "Yes" and launch Zelda Classic from there. I wouldn't go directly into Zelda Classic itself, I always go into it through the launcher.

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    If the game is running faster than normal, try pressing the F1 key to change the speed back to normal.

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    When I push the F1 the screen starts flashing

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeldagamer View Post
    When I push the F1 the screen starts flashing
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    plays fine in small screen but not full screen

    Zelda 2.5
    Last edited by zeldagamer; 12-23-2016 at 01:35 PM. Reason: wanted to ad zc version

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    2.50.0, 2.50.1, 2.50.2, or 2.50.3?

    In ZC, go to the 'Misc' menu, select 'About', and see what the exact version IS is, and what 'Build' it is, and let us know.


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    In ag.cfg, set doublebuffer to 1. That usually fixes these issues.
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    Zelda V 2.50 Build 29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffith View Post
    In ag.cfg, set doublebuffer to 1. That usually fixes these issues.

    Fixed it
    Thank you !!!

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