Krusty participated in the 4k Oldskool competition on the Revision 2017 with another Amstad CPC intro and I also had the time to record a video and upload it… Enjoy!
After his tower defence game Defence, Shining worked on a new puzzle game for the Amstrad CPC that he now released. It is called Pentomino and features about 464 different puzzles with different levels of difficulty (easy, medium, hard). Besides that, he again used music by MmcM and this time graphics by HAL6128. It runs on all Amstrad CPC systems. You can download it at the end of the news or directly from his website.
Pentomino is a puzzle game for all Amstrad CPC systems that features about 464 puzzles with different levels of difficulty (easy, normal, hard).
|Date:||April 16, 2017|
The oldskool competition on the Revision 2017 is just over and I have uploaded the live footage from the latest demo of Logon System: Logon’s run. Enjoy it:
A big task on my ToDo list for this website is to move it to HTTPS. If you have already tried to use HTTPS, you might have seen that the site already uses a valid certificate but the WordPress installation still uses insecure locations to load data. I will start this evening to move WordPress itself to HTTPS and there might be some problems with older content on this site. Hopefully the page will be normally working until next week (well – or this evening again, of course ;-)), so if you experience any problems, please use the comments or the contact form and help me to get them fixed.
[UPDATE: The website is using HTTPS now. If you are trying to use HTTP you will be automatically forwarded to the HTTPS version of the website. During the update process I had to remove the CPC Toplist, because the CPC-Live website uses a non valid self issued certificate (it expired), which would cause security warnings in your browser. During the next days, I will try to check most of the pages to prevent loading content from non secured pages :-). Hopefully the RSS feed readers will still work…]
Novabug, who creates a lot of Youtube videos related to our beloved Amstrad CPC, has released a video where he did a retrospective of 2016. In this video, he shows his very own Top 11 of the last year (which was an awesome year for the Amstrad CPC users :-)). Enjoy the video: