May 072017
 

The 20th XzentriX meeting, a retro-computing party for old computers and game consoles, will take place from 01.-03.09.2017 in Seeshaupt / Germany. Like every year you can expect that a lot of german Amstrad CPC / Schneider CPC users will visit the 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.

Mar 252016
 

The 19th XzentriX meeting, a retro-computing party for old computers and game consoles, will take place from 02.-04.09.2016 in Seeshaupt / Germany. Like every year you can expect that a lot of german Amstrad CPC / Schneider CPC users will visit the 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.

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May 052015
 

The 18th XzentriX meeting, a retro-computing party for old computers and game consoles, will take place from 04.-06.09.2015 in Seeshaupt / Germany. Like every year you can expect that a lot of german Amstrad CPC / Schneider CPC users will visit the 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. In old tradition we will also have a Whacky Wit competition on Saturday again…

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Apr 242014
 

The 17th XzentriX meeting, a retro-computing party for old computers and game consoles, will take place from 12.-14.09.2013 in Seeshaupt / Germany. Like every year you can expect that a lot of german Amstrad CPC / Schneider CPC users will visit the 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. I guess, we will see a Whacky Wit competition again this year…

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Feb 132011
 

Some weeks ago, Norecess asked for informations about the state of the german CPC scene and I tried to gave him a brief overview about who is active and still using his CPC here in germany. He also asked Arnoldemu (Kevin Thacker) about the UK scene and Optimus about the greek scene and wrote about the canadian and french CPC scene, too. Well, you can now have a look at the result on his website :-).
P.S.: If I missed to mention you or just gave the wrong information –> hit the contact button and blame me for that ;-)!

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