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05.07.2020 - Amiga related stuff
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Commodore News
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12.08.2020 -
C64 game 'Jumpin' Jalopies' (Full Version) released
'Jumpin' Jalopies' was originally made for the Reset 4k craptastic game coding competition. This version includes loading music, loading picture, Petscii Instructions, a Megastyle intro and a bug fixed version of the game. Everything linked together into one file. Aim of the game: The city's parking garage is almost full, and the only available parking spot is located on the top floor, Use your Jalopy's hydraulics and jump between all the floors in the parking garage. This must be done without crashing into the other vehicles in the garage. Can you reach the only available parking spot before the other drivers takes it?

12.08.2020 -
'Games That Weren't 64' update for August 2020
New update at GTW64, namely 11 new entries added: Ball Breaker, Black Tiger V1, Bushfire, Counting Bees, Eskape, Fighting Survivor, Humpy64, Nuclear War, Spin Out, The Last Commando, The Magic Garden Talking Book Series. Also there is hell lot of 33 updates added...

12.08.2020 -
A smashed C64, a C128 to SCART adapter, a W65C02S to 6502 adapter and a replica C64 - new video from 'Adrian's Digital Basement'
Adrian Black presents his Mid-Week Mini Mail Call issue #13! With neat assortment of stuff like: Broken C64 and mini repair-a-thon, low cost C128/CGA to SCART adapter, W65C02S to 6502 CPU adapter board, Rob Taylor's C64 SixtyClone

12.08.2020 -
Impromptu Commodore 64 & other Commodores Unboxing (no bananas sorry) - Video by 'Bread Box Commodore Computer Museum'
Content: "I am working on a couple C64 projects and these boxes of Commodore Computer items turned up today and I needed the space...and I was itching to open them, I am so weak, I couldn't resist opening them, so here you go, I did a quick very impromptu unboxing video."

11.08.2020 -
Amiga 1200 – S-Video mod and refurb - new article on
This time it is Amiga 1200 which is a super cool retro computer sought by a lot of folks nowadays. Obviously, 'Drygol' from bought this unit in a non-working state. It was a bit dirty, with some scratches on the case but as it later turned out, required a bit more work inside.

11.08.2020 -
C64 Kick Assembler Quick Setup Guide - video by 'GRay Defender'
This video will quickly walk you through setting up a development environment for use by either Sublime text editor or VS code editor. Together we will install all the required components and configuration to get you started writing code in Assembly Language for the Commodore 64!

10.08.2020 -
C64 game 'Boxymoxy' released
'Boxymoxy' is a fiendish (or felineish?) puzzle game for the C64 and unlike anything else you have ever played. Inspired by Lobo's cat Gelsomina, with a little Sokoban and a tiny dash of Angry Birds thrown in for flavour, 'Boxymoxy' is a game about moving cats and smashing skulls using the power of logic. Featuring 60 challenging puzzles, unique gameplay, a player performance-graded progress system with on-cartridge saving, 15 digitally-sampled and distinct meows from 12 cats and full PAL/NTSC compatibility, Boxymoxy is guaranteed to keep you entertained for hours in the purr-suit of that perfect or even under-par score! Simply put, it's the cat's whiskers!

10.08.2020 -
C64 game 'Grid Prix' released
Grid Pix is a Picross/nonogram puzzle game for the Commodore 64, playable on real hardware or an emulator. Reveal the picture hidden within each grid by using number clues to work out which pixels should be painted. An in-game tutorial allows you to get to grips with the basics in no time. With 100 addictive puzzles of increasing difficulty to solve, Grid Pix puts your logic skills to the test and brings a totally unique gaming experience to the C64.

10.08.2020 -
New in the Protovision Shop: Pi1541 IO Adapter
The Pi1541 is a real-time, cycle exact, Commodore 1541 disk drive emulator that can run on the Raspberry Pi 3B, 3B+ and 3A+. Simply put your games, demos and programs in .d64 format onto a microSD card or USB flash drive and load it from the Pi1541 like a real Commodore 1541/1581 disk drive - with maximum compatibility (much more compatible than sd2iec).

10.08.2020 -
'Helix Colony' - new VIC20 game by Fabrizio Caruso
It is the year 1999. Earth has entrusted you to establish the Helix Colony in the Procyon system. Explore the planet. Build gamma mines. Protect your crew. You have sixty days. Requirements: Unexpanded VIC-20, Joystick

10.08.2020 -
New at - A1208 V2 8MB FastRAM Expansion
For Amiga 1200. The A1208 expansion provides up to 8MB of Fast RAM to your Amiga 1200. Includes RTC on board (available as option) and one port for future expansions. Thanks to the fast memory access, you will get a 230% speed boost over an unexpanded A1200. The A1208 8MB Expansion lets you run the Amiga software that requires Fast memory, making it a great choice to play WHDLoad games. An external switcher and back plate adapter are also available as option.

10.08.2020 -
Amiga Vampire A500 V2 Review - 10MARC Episode 74 - new video from '10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast (MARC)'
"This week on 10MARC, I am reviewing the awesome Apollo Vampire V2 accelerator for the Amiga 500. This little guy is going inside my Checkmate 1500 Case, and is attached to my Rev 6 A500 with 2 MB of CHIP RAM thanks to my MegaChip board. Join me as I review this great liitle unit and we learn more about what it can do, and how it does it."

09.08.2020 -
New game 'The Pit' for the Commodore Plus/4 released
Doug Turner has released a new game for the Commodore Plus/4. After more than 30 years after creating 'Icicle Works' and 'Prospector Pete', Doug decided to work on a new game following the Boulderdash-style gameplay. According to Doug, 'The Pit' was born of his desire to revisit Icicle Works and correct the mistakes he made back then, most notably the lack of a smooth scrolling window. With that in mind, he also took Prospector Pete elements to create the new game.

09.08.2020 -
DIR PLUS V4.0 for Commodore 64, Plus/4 and Vic-20 released
DIR PLUS is a SD2IEC browser, program starter and file manager solution for your Commodore 64, Plus/4 and Vic-20. The goal with the file management functionality has been, that you never should have to put your SD card in a modern computer for file managing. New version V4.0 got a lot of updates, the most prominent, that there is now a Vic-20 version, but of course there are many more to be hailed...

08.08.2020 -
New Amiga game 'Tiny Bobble' announced to be released very soon
'Tiny Bobble' us an arcade port of 'Bobble Bobble' for Amiga 500 OCS + 0.5fast. Of course there is already an Amiga version but it's an Atari ST port and the developer 'pink' wondered how the game could look when it would be custom tailored for A500 OCS. So he tried.. and obviously succeeded. Release should be this month. Here are some improvements over the original Amiga 'Bobble Bobble': 50 fps (instead of 25fps) - 32 colors (instead of 16) - 150 items (instead of 40?) - Original screen height of 224 pixel (was only 200 pixel) - Almost all sprite animations (had only ~20% of animations) - Progress Screen (was not available) - Animated Extend screen (was not animated) - Big Score images (was not available) - Single file (needed a disk) - Animated intro (no bubbles were available) - Animated Boss fight (was a still image) - Multiple endings (hand only one ending)

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Site Blog
...from time to time, some thoughts need to get out...
Farewell Patrick!
Author: Zeldin - written on 31.12.2014

Farewell Patrick!Axis/Cascade is no more. We are all still shaken by the unexpected death of our friend and group mate Patrick aka Axis/Cascade. We wanted to express our sorrow, so I coded a little intro, which you can find in the C64 demo section of this page. The following text is a rough excerpt taken from the scroller:

Dear Patrick, may this be the condolence from the the group that was co-founded by you long time ago. We want to give you our last salute. I (Zeldin) know how much you were breathing the spirit of the scene. That's why I thought a goodbye demo would have made you happy. You and me exchanged lots of mails about how much we both enjoyed the good ol' days and of course: how much we miss them... It was this tie that emotionally connected us for over 15 years. Thanks for all your help in supporting the group and your indefatigable endeavour in spreading our name. Your tattoos were legendary! Thanks for your work on fb and youtube. Your channels were appreciated by a lot of people. Thanks for being such a good chap. You'll be sorely missed!!!

Mach's gut, Patrick... den Adler im Herzen, sge4ever!
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