Vic-20/C64 games and game development
I am working on GameCartVicA, a cc65 library/interface that supports the creation of tile-based Vic-20 game cartridges. When done, I plan to port it to the C64 and work on other types of games. Anybody interested? Is it worth it? Does anybody still create Vic-20/C64 games at all? -------------------- Joseph R... 2 Feb 2010 15:34
A beter C compiler, anyone?
If I created a *better* C64/cross-platform C compiler, would anybody use it? Would anybody be willing to pay for a better C64/128/Vic- based C compiler? -------------------- Joseph Rose, a.k.a. Harry Potter Working magic in the computer community... or at least striving to! :( ... 2 Feb 2010 15:34
I think it's time for a brand new O/S
I'm in the planning stages for a new C= O/S. Here are some features , goals, my reasoning, etc. (in scrambled order) ... * True multitasking * Event-driven * Designed with internet connectivity and other advanced capabilities in mind * Configurable boot * User profiles * A solid developmen... 25 Mar 2010 04:38
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IqbKbwoOjc Current promo for the Australian Channel Ten show "Talking 'bout your generation" ... 18 Jan 2010 10:51
Basic command(s) for key as a switch
I'm looking for the basic command (s) how a key be used as a "switch". So once pressing is on and pressing again is off and so on. I can't find it. Who knows ?? Thanx, SAM ... 22 Jan 2010 19:42
What does your girlfriend/boyfriend think about your Spectrum?
spike1(a)freenet.co.uk ha scritto: Prolly best to just ignore it, it's not really worthy of serious comment. I concur and seconded the motion. People whose use Thunderbird can press k as quick means of get rid of annoying threads, for other newsreader, I can't say..... Best regards from Italy, Dott. Pier... 21 Jan 2010 18:02
Commodore file cabinets in North Florida $20 each
Found this on Craigslist. http://jacksonville.craigslist.org/bfs/1553998571.html Even though I am in Florida, it is still a good 5 hour drive each way for me. I simply don't have the time to make the trip. While considering it, I exchanged emails with the guy. He says they are in pretty good condition and has ... 16 Jan 2010 18:20
How do freezer cartridges snapshots work?
I used to have an Action Replay 6, and you could hit the freezer button, and dump all memory and registers, and hardware to a snapshot file. How is this possible? Surely if you unpack 64KB of data, there's no memory left to store the hardware registers (which must be at least 2KB). Then when it's done unpacki... 21 Jan 2010 10:02
The Commodore 64 - 1980's Number 1 computer
CNET TV has posted a short video listing the Top 5 computers of the 1980's. The Commodore 64 wins out by being number 1! (We're number 1... we're number 1!) The Amiga computer comes in fifth place. To see the video, go to http://cnettv.cnet.com/1980s-computers/9742-1_53-50081092.html?tag=smallCarouselArea.1 ... 17 Jan 2010 13:55
Video of Jeri Ellsworth at the Chicago C= Expo 2000
Deep from the coffers of RB Productions comes another historical video - Jeri Ellsworth at the Chicago Commodore Expo 2000. She was making her first presentation of the C64 24-bit graphics board, which eventually became the CommodoreOne. See other renown Commodorians at the presentation, too -- Dave "Snogpitch"... 13 Jan 2010 15:27