Oct 282015

The deadline for the #CPCRetroDev 2015 is already met and in only a few days, there will be the big price ceremony where the winners of the Amstrad CPC retro game development contest will be announced. This year the #CPCRetroDev is already a very big success with about 35(!!!) submissions to the competition and so it was hard to decide the final nominees for the different categories. Thanks to all the contributors for your work on your submissions!
Well, I don’t want to put your on the rack, so here they are:

BASIC category

  • Junior / Miguel Sky
  • Regreso al CPC / Antonio Corpas
  • Super Thordercam / CARLIO

PRO category

Special mention to the Best Technical Achievement

Devilish Games special mention to the Most Original Game

  • 4 to 4 Back To the future / CPC-Power
  • Mas To The Past / Antrax CPC
  • Top Top / Rantan Games

The price ceremony will take place on Saturday, 31st of October, 2015, 19:00h CET (UTC+1) at the Museum of the University of Alicante. A live stream of the event can be found here: http://vertice.cpd.ua.es/mua.

Dec 132009

Ervin ported the game 3D-Maze written by Nigel Sharp in 1985 (Amstrad Computer User, October 1985) to a mixture of CCZ80 and assembler. He ported the BASIC game line by line and added additional assembler routines. Instead of using the slow drawing routines of the firmware, he uses some of the drawing routines which are available at the [[Programming#Graphics|CPCWiki]]. You can get more information about the port in the CCZ80 forums.

The DSK image contains both versions: the old BASIC version and the new, improved version. You can download the disk at the end of this posting and from the CPC Wiki.


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