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Start page Retrohax - Amiga 2000 (5) | Retrohax has written a blog about building a brand new Amiga 2000 computer. You can now look at part 5 of the project in his blog. Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Adding proportional text support to the MEGA65's web browser. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Daley Thompson's Decathlon (Ocean Software, 1984) en Jack the Nipper II ...in Coconut Capers (Gremlin Graphics, 1987). Kodiak - ECM Graphics | Kodiak wrote a blog about using the Extended Color Mode (ECM), in modern games for the Commodore C64 computer. The Lost Ways of Programming: C64 BASIC | Tomas Petricek made an interactive article that documents some of the interesting aspects of programming Commodore C64 BASIC. You can read the article and try out the BASIC code in an online emulator. The end result is a small Breakout game. Sprite Castle - Boulder Dash | Rob O'Hara has made a new podcast. The subject in this episode is the game Boulder Dash from First Star Software (1984) for the Commodore C64 computer. Zapped to the Past | You can now listen to a new episode of the Zapped to the Past podcast. In this episode: Spore, Western Games, Madballs, Kromazone, Star Wars, Sky Twice, Rampage, Xor and Risk. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Lazy Jones (Terminal Software, 1984), Ivan Ironman Stewart's Super Off-Road (Leland Corporation, 1989), Dizzy (Codemasters, 1987) and Splat! (Incentive Software, 1983). Trevor's Amiga Blog | Trevor Dickinson writes a blog about the Amiga. This time he writes about Amiwest, Newtek, Amiga 37 Germany, A1222 Plus, ExecSG team, Nova Bridge and the Pegasos VideoMicrowave. 3D Monster Maze - PET | Tynemouth Software has written a blog about making 3D Monster Maze for the Commodore PET computer. 3D Monster Maze is a game for the ZX81 with a simple character-set. This character-set is almost the same as on the Commodore PET computer. Boingsworld #94 | A new episode of BoingsWorld (German language) is now available. You can listen to the following articles: Amiga 37 and an interview with Markus Tillmann. Zapped to the Past | You can now listen to a new episode of the Zapped to the Past podcast. In this episode: Head Over Heels, Quartet, Challenge of the Gobots, Hades Nebula, Max Torque, Oink, Amaurote, Metrocross, Rasterscan and Slap Fight. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Bazooka Bill (Melbourne House, 1985), Foxx Fights Back (ImageWorks, 1988) and Endless Forms Most Beautiful (Stonechat Productions, 2012). Creating the Commodore 64: The Engineers' Story | Tekla S. Perry and Paul Wallich wrote a very comprehensive blog about the Commodore C64 computer on the IEEE webpage. Commodore ChessMate | Dave Mc.Murtrie wrote a blog about the Commodore ChessMate. The Chessmate is a chess computer that was introduced in by Commodore in the year 1978. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Metro-Cross (Namco, 1985) and The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants (Ocean/Acclaim, 1991). Gregory Naçu - VIC-II & FLI | Gregory Naçu wrote a comprehensive article on the VIC-II and FLI timing for the Commodore C64 computer. FairLight TV | You can now watch a new episode of the FairLight TV YouTube channel. In this episode Pontus Berg talks about the 6502 Bench. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Anteater (Tago Electronics, 1982), Ardy The Aardvark (Datamost, 1983), Oil's Well (Sierra On-Line, 1983), Eggard (ScandSoft, 1984), Diamond Mine I & II (MRM Software/Blue Ribbon, 1984-86), Aardvark (Bug-Byte, 1986) and Express Raider (Data East, 1986). FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Inside Outing (The Edge, 1988) and Vixen (Martech, 1988). Jason Kelk | Jason Kelk (T.M.R) passed away on the 18th of June 2021 after losing the battle with COVID-19. Frank Gasking wrote a blog about his memories of Jason. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Motos (Namco/Dempa, 1985), Rollaround (Mastertronic, 1988), Ninja (Mastertronic, 1986) and Horace Classics (Sinclair Research Ltd, 1982). PERSEUS-8 | Mitsuru Yamada is building an 8-bit computer with a 6502 CPU. The features are: 6502, 16 kB RAM, 2 kB ROM, 16 address-line swithes/LEDs and 8 data-line switches/LEDs. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Split Personalities (Domark, 1986) and 4x4 Off-Road Racing (Epyx, 1988). Amiga Love - JiffyDOS | On the Amiga Love website Bulletdust wrote a blog about JiffyDOS in combination with a SD2IEC device. Gregory Naçu - GeoRAM, DigiMAX & NMI | Gregory Naçu wrote a comprehensive article on GeoRAM, DigiMAX and NMI programming. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: The Way of the Exploding Fist (Melbourne House, 1985) and Zamzara (Hewson/Rack-It, 1988). Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Chasing down HyperRAM controller bugs, Fixing the remaining ethernet RX bugs and OpenROMs Update. Amiga Love - CMD | On the Amiga Love website intric8 wrote a blog about the company Creative Micro Designs (CMD) that produced JiffyDOS and the SuperCPU. Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Debugging IEC port and testing the MEGA65 R3 motherboards. Retrohax - Spay painting | Retrohax has written a blog about spray painting computer cases. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: It's a Knockout! (Ocean Software, 1986) and Nero 2000 (Bio-Syntax Method Oy, 1987).