Oct 272012

ESPSoft released a new game for the Amstrad CPC, called Totems. Totems is a logic game similar to Columns which you can play with up to two players and features also different game types. You can download it from ESPSofts website.

UPDATE 2012/10/29:

  • New font type (not egypcian, sorry, but we think that is easier to read)
  • Bigger menu font
  • Now Play is de default option in the menu
  • We have changed the behaviour when the stones lay. No so abrupt now.
  • When playing in stage mode, before showing the partial scores, the brackground is clear to make the reading easy.
  • Added pause [TAB] and quit [ESC] keys during the game, they are redefinible.
  • When redefining, all the key assignation is deleted to allow the selection of previosuly assigned key.


Version: 1.1
74.9 KiB
May 082012

Fresh stuff, directly from the RetroMadrid 2012: Sardina forever – a new arcade game for the Amstrad CPC, written by Javier Garcia and Felix Aranda. You are playing Sardina on her way to the TV studio and of course you have fans and anti-fans, who won’t make it easy to reach it. To control Sardina, you use Q, A, O, P or the cursor keys on your keyboard. To hit people, press 1, 2 and 3.
You can download the game from ESP Soft.


Apr 302012

Hicks from Push’n’Pop interviewed the team of the Wake Up! demo, which was presented at the Revision 2012 demoparty in Saarbrücken / Germany. In the interview Eliot, Krusty, Voxfreax, Exin, McKlain and DMA-SC explain their intentions and effects used in the demo and also speak about their impressions of the Revision 2012 and the CPC demoscene.

Be sure to read the interview on Push’n’Pop.
Apr 082012

Benediction released a new demo called “Wake Up” on the demo party “Revision” in Saarbrücken. It is a trakmo, which also features nice effects and great music, so be sure to download it from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote for it) or at the end of this posting.

UPDATE: The demo was converted to Youtube, so you can view it without an emulator.

Wake Up
Wake Up
254.5 KiB
Sep 072011

Ok, every system gets what it deserves – so now we have a Nyan Cat for the Amstrad CPC, too. The code was written by Demoniak from Impact, Music by McKlain and the CATart was done by TastefulMrShip. If you want to see the progress of this small program, you can read it in the CPCWiki forums. You can download it directly from the thread (load the latest DSK / CDT image) or at the end of this posting – I will try to keep it up to date.

Nyan Cat on the Amstrad CPC


Original Nyan Cat
Nyan Cat v4.1
Nyan Cat v4.1
Version: v4.1
12.2 KiB

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