Jun 162009
 

Lachlan Keown released a new game called “Sewer Rat”. You are a rat and – guess what – are in the hunt for cheese. His main intention was to write a game in pure assembly language, so don’t expect fancy graphics and awesome music, but it’s a very nice little game anyway.
You can download the game from the CPC Wiki or play it directly in JavaCPC.

sewerrat

Sewer Rat
Sewer Rat
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May 272009
 

Lachlan Keown released a new version of his sprite editor for Windows. With AMSprite you can paint your graphics / sprites on a Windows PC and use them for your CPC productions, so it is perfect for cross-development. You can donwload it from the CPC Wiki article.

Changes with version 1.2:

  • Functional (just) tracker and SFX tracker.
  • Core functionality now fully working under MONO runtime.

May 012009
 

Lachlan Keown released a new version of his sprite editor for Windows. With AMSprite you can paint your graphics / sprites on a Windows PC and use them for your CPC productions, so it is perfect for cross-development. You can donwload it from the CPC Wiki article.

Changes with version 1.1:

  • Level Editor
  • Video Import and convert utility
  • Animation preview
  • Windows binary -> CPC assembly tool
  • Numerous bug fixes and UI improvements
  • Edit in Mode 2/Spectrum monochrome

And this are the main features of AMSprite:

  • Edit in Mode 0, 1, or 2.
  • Export to MAXAM/WinApe ready assembler
  • Select palette from authentic Amstrad set of 27
  • Import any image file and convert to amstrad sprite or loading screen
  • Import any video file and generate an assembly program to replicate on the CPC
  • Export a blank image with indexed amstrad palette for editing in external paint program. Can be reimported.
  • Includes a full test program to see your sprites in action on the CPC.
  • Includes a basic level editor

Apr 092009
 

Lachlan Keown just released a new helpful utility for cross development. It’s intention is to help you to create sprites and loading screens for your developments. You can download the program directly from its CPCWiki article page.

Features:

  • Edit in Mode 0 or Mode 1
  • Export to MAXAM/WinApe ready assembler
  • Select palette from authentic Amstrad set of 27
  • Import any image file and convert to amstrad sprite or loading screen
  • Export a blank image with indexed amstrad palette for editing in external paint program. Can be reimported.
  • Includes a full test program to see your sprites in action on the CPC.

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