Apr 282013

Ok, this year I am a bit slow with the news: Toms wrote a meeting report about the Revision 2013 demoparty for Push’n’Pop. Maybe you already had a look at the official results or the Still Rising demo by Vanity so you can now read their impressions of the meeting as well. You can read the meeting report on the Push’n’Pop homepage.


Mar 132013

The 16th XzentriX meeting, a retro-computing party for old computers and game consoles, will take place from 06.-08.09.2013 in Seeshaupt / Germany. Like every year you can expect that a lot of german Amstrad CPC users will come to this party. If you have time, don’t miss it! You can find more information on the XzentriX homepage and see some photos in the meeting gallery of my page.


Sep 132012

Another year is over and so the XzentriX 2012. It was a nice meeting – as always – but only MaV, Mr.AMS and I brought an Amstrad CPC with us, so the CPC was a little bit underrepresented this year. Anyway, a lot of german CPC users were there, e.g. Nurgle, Odiesoft, Brainblaster, Kangaroo, MaV, Nilquader, Mr.AMS and Octoate (myself). Thanks to the great Batman Forever demo, the interest in the CPC was higher this year and maybe we see a Amstrad CPC workshop on the next Vintage Computer Festival Europe (VCFe) in Munich next year.

Kangaroo showed his Pacman clone board game “Whacky Wit“, which is currently in a crowdfunding phase on StartNext (a german crowdfunding platform). The game is great and it makes a lot of fun, so if you want to help him, go over to StartNext and be a fan or buy a part :-).

Playing Whacky Wit

Kangaroo shows his board game Whacky Wit to Brainblaster and Nilquader 

You can find more pictures from the meeting in the “Meeting Gallery” of this page.

Pictures by other participants:


Jul 042012

You already saw the news about the releases from the ReSeT #8 which took place in Coutances / France and was organised by Eliot. Now Voxfreax took the time to write a meeting report, which you can read on the Push’n’Pop homepage.

Apr 192012

The Revision 2012 demoscene meeting is over and you (maybe) already read the article about the Wake Up Demo, the Stop that Nyan cat 4k intro, Krustys seminar about The inglorious Amstrad or the official competition results of the Revision 2012. Now Hicks took the time to write a Revision 2012 meeting report. You can read the meeting report on the Push’n’Pop homepage.

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