Jul 182016
 

Devilmarkus and ed209 / Slipstream released their new musicdisc “Remember the 80’s” on the Sundown 2016 demoscene party. As you might have already guessed, it features well-known music from the 80’s on the Amstrad CPC. They also participated in the wild demo competition and ranked 2nd.
You can download the musicdisc from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote :-)).

Jun 222014
 

The demo group Slipstream, mostly known for their Amiga demos, released a new demo for the Amstrad CPC on the Sundown demoscene meeting in Budleigh Salterton / UK. Code and animations were done by Devilmarkus, graphics by TCM and music by BEX. You can download the demo at the end of this news and from Pouet.net (as always: don’t forget to vote).

Sundance by Slipstream
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Aug 142011
 

Devilmarkus released a heavily improved version of his Java CPC emulator. It now behaves like a desktop, where you have multiple programs to choose from. E.g. you can now record and play YM tunes, capture real CPC cassettes and convert them to CDT images, paint and convert images with the integrated graphics program… and much more. Unfortunately it now relies on Windows, because some of the integrated programs are Windows binaries and its license was changed in this release: it is now donationware.

This is the desktop, you will get with JavaCPC Desktop:

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You can download the emulator and get more information about the license switch on Devilmarkus’ website.

Changes:

  • Integrated Z80 Assembler: Feel free to create your own programs in Z80 Assembler. Compile them directly into the CPC’s ram.
  • Improved Debugger
  • Virtual Keyboard: You cannot find your key you need? Use the virtual Keyboard then.
  • Alarm Clock: A simple alarm clock, which reminds you when you have something else to do.
  • YM-Control: Record and playback your own YM files.
  • Manage DSK (Windows only!): Copy files from your PC on a DSK or vice versa.
  • Audio Capture: Record your favourite CPC sound as WAV file.
  • TapeDrive: A fully controllable virtual tape drive. Supports CSW, CDT, WAV and MP3
  • JavaCPC Paint: Paint your own screens in normal mode or also as Overscan pictures. Convert existing images to CPC format. (Supported import-Formats: PCX, TGA, BMP, PNG, GIF, JPG, SNA)
  • Mandelbrot: A simple app to paint Mandelbrot fractals directly on the CPC screen.
  • Tiled Mapeditor: You can use it to create game maps etc…
  • Poke Finder: A simple tool to find PEEKS and POKES to cheat in games.
  • Calculator: A scientific calculator which understands string input with brackets etc…
  • WebBrowser: A webbrowser
  • GameBrowser: Don’t waste your time by downloading hundreds of CPC games without checking them! Just load them directly into the emulator and play them.
  • Virtual Floppy: A little thingie to see what your virtual disc drive does.
  • SubPopRadio: Listen to the best CPC-tunes available in WWW!
  • JavaCPC Chat: Chat with other JavaCPC users all over the world. (Experimental)
  • Favourites: Add and load your favourite DSK, CDT or SNA files with a few mouseclicks only!
  • DSK2CDT: Simple filetransfer to copy files from an existing DSK file on a new CDT file (Windows only!)
  • And much more!!!
Aug 082011
 

You might have noticed that the CPC Wiki is currently not accessable. The server will move to a new hosting partner, but here is the original message by Gryzor:

“Hello dear CPCWiki members,As some of you have noticed, there has been some downtime as of lately. The host has said we cannot continue on this server due to the number of connections made, so we’ll probably be moving to a new one. It seems summer is always a period of moving! Anyhow, if you find that the site is gone we will try to keep you updated. You can check out cpc-live.com, follow Gryzor on Twitter (username: krakout), or drop by https://www.octoate.de and other CPC-related sites (like Phenix, I’m sure they’ll pick it up sooner or later).

Cross fingers!

Regards,
The CPCWiki forum Team.”

 

Apr 262011
 

Another new (old) game for the Amstrad CPC. Arquimedes XXI was the second try of Dinamic to write a text adventure. It was the first work of Jorge Blecua in this kind of game type and was released in 1986, but only for MSX and Spectrum – until now. Thanks to Devilmarkus, PulkoMandy, voXfReaX and MiguelSky we have now a working version for the CPC. It is available in french, spanish and english. Be sure to check it out and download it from Amstrad.es.

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