Gaming Your Way

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  • John Cotterell

    10/20/2008 2:29:33 PM |

    Nice work!! Made me feel like I was back in the early 90's

    Thanks for the greetz as well.

    John

  • Squize

    10/20/2008 2:47:19 PM |

    Cheers mate, and not a problem about the greets ( Which took ages to do as I kept forgetting people, and I'm sure I've still skipped some people who are going to be pissy with me )

  • Vex

    10/20/2008 3:02:39 PM |

    "I'm sure I've still skipped some people who are going to be pissy with me" - Squize

    You reckon? :p

    Nicely put together though... :)

  • Squize

    10/20/2008 3:11:33 PM |

    Oh for fucks sake :)

    Sorry mate, that's 4 people already, it's only been live a couple of hours. Greets are a frigging nightmare.

    Glad you liked it though, hopefully it brought back memories of the ol' Amiga :)

  • urbansquall

    10/20/2008 4:11:48 PM |

    That was awesome. :)

  • Vex

    11/6/2008 2:02:04 PM |

    Somehow I came across this today..

    www.demoscene.tv/page.php

    Not only am I amazed that there are still people coding demos on the C64, but I'm even more amazed at the things they're getting it to do!


  • nGFX

    11/6/2008 2:19:39 PM |

    holly cow!

    and all written in assembler ....

    nGFX

  • Squize

    11/6/2008 4:23:02 PM |

    That is just stunning. Remembering back just think how hard it would be to do something as simple as the scaling effects they've got in there using sprites.

    Some lovely plasma too, plus whole screen effects still have me in awe as that was fairly new when I turned my back on the C64 ( Top / bottom border stuff was straight forward, but killing the side borders was always beyond me ).

    Squize.

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