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Apr 012018
 

And another Amstrad CPC production directly from the Revision 2018 in Saarbrücken / Germany: “Isometrikum” by Vanity. It competes in with the other entries in the 4k intro competition. Great to see so many new entry this year on the Revision. Here is the live video recording of it:

You can download the intro from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote).

Apr 012018
 

And another demo that was shown during the oldskool demo competition on the Revision demoscene party in Saarbrücken, Germany: “phX” by Condense. It was under development for nearly 5 years and wow… it was great to see the demo on the big screen and get the reactions from the audience. Have a look by yourself:

As always, you can download the demo from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote).

Apr 012018
 

On the Revision 2018, Vanity showed their new demo called “Onescreen Colonies” to the audience in the oldskool demo competition. I recorded it during, so you can see the reaction of the audience by yourself:

You can download the demo from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote).

Mar 022017
 

Did you ever asked yourself how the Amstrad CPC was developed back in the 1980s? What was the intention of its design? Why did they change the main CPU from an MOS 6502 to a Zilog Z80 during the development? Why did they chose Locomotive BASIC instead of an other BASIC dialect? …
Nostalgia Nerd uploaded two great videos to Youtube where he had a closer look at Amstrad and the CPC development. Enjoy them!

 

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