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Start page Retro Commodore | The web page has many high-quality scans available for the Commodore user. The latest additions are: Ozz the information wizard, 2040/3040/8050 Disk drive memos from Scott Patterson, Approved vendor list, BYTE by BYTE PAL Jr., Scanlines Sept. 1986, The Final Cartridge III Dansk Brugervejledning, Pressemeddelelse & Brev til værksteder vedr HDD, Amiga 600 & 1200 Harddisk, Commodore 1360 Mouse Box, The Final Cartridge and ElFi Ellkit 670 Kopieringsled. Letter Worm - Amiga | Letter Worm is a new game for the Amiga computer, developed by tickBit. In the game you must collect letters and perhaps fly away as a butterfly. Multipaint 2024 | Multipaint allows you to draw pictures with the colour limitations of 8 bit computer platforms. Changes in this version: Improvements for the preview window, pan function, viewport, interactive tutorial, PNG files and much more. Amigos: Everything Amiga | You can listen to new episodes of the Amigos: Everything Amiga podcast: Venture into the Risky Woods, Core Designs last Amiga Game - Skeleton Crew, A-Train - The Most Complex Sim on the Amiga and Kikstart II - Does the Amiga accelerate past the C64 version? Night Mission Pinball Extended - C64 | Night Mission Pinball Extended is a new game for the Commodore C64 computer. The game is developed by Barfly, Grue & TNT (code), The Beasty Boy (music), Duce (pixels) and many others. The game reached the second place at the Mixed Competition at KozMOS2024. R-Squadron - Amiga | R-Squadron is a game for the Amiga computer, developed by Monster's Legs. The game was developed in the nineties with SEUCK. The 8-bit files podcast - Joysticks | You can listen to a new podcast from The 8-bit files. In this episode of the podcast: A talk about joysticks, from retro to modern. Other items are the Ultimate II+ cartridge, and the MovieCart for the Atari 2600. GAP #17 | You can now listen to a new episode of the German AMIGA Podcast (German language). In this episode: The AMIGA Ruhrpott Convention (25-05-2024). C64 intros | The web page c64Intros has updated its intro database and added more new intros. Updates: 50 new intros and 8 new groups. Flashtro | On the web page you can see many cracker intros within your browser. The original intros from the Amiga, Atari-ST, Dreamcast, PC, Playstation etc. are converted to the browser. The most recent flashtro's are: Skid Row - Intro, Scoopex - Bouncing Bill, Delight - Necronom, Coast - Premiere Decoder and Hellfire - DNA. The Graftgold Story | Chris Wilkins started a new Kickstarter campaign for publishing a new book. The book is about the history of Graftgold. Zapped to the Past | You can now listen to a new episode of the Zapped to the Past podcast. In this episode: Space Rogue, Meganova: The Weapon, Maze Mania and Bushido. WHDLoad | WHDLoad offers a way to play Amiga diskette games from your hard disk. New: Krogharr demo, The Fall and Spectral. Update: Second Samurai. Commodore History - Epyx Fastload | You can watch a new video from the Commodore History YouTube channel. In this video, you can see how the Epyx Fastload makes loading faster on the Commodore C64 computer. Commodore CHESSmate reproduction | Michael Gardi made a modern replica of the Commodore CHESSmate. He developed a printed circuit board for the switches and 7-segment displays. The CHESSmate is emulated with a ESP32, and he also 3D printed a new case for the CHESSmate to complete the project. Mouse Extension v1.0 - Plus/4 | Bszggg released the Mouse Extension v1.0 for the Commodore Plus/4 computer. The program is available in PRG and CRT versions. The D64 version also includes various examples for basic mouse programming. FREEZE64 - 66 | FREEZE64 is a fanzine for Commodore 64 gamers and hackers. In this edition: Strangeloop, Gribbly's Day Out, ZZAP!64, Vagan Attack, Dickies Diamonds, Aquanaut, Rocky & Co, Bounder, Simon Birrell, Little Green Man, John & Steve Rowlands and Inbread. Nordischsound | Ben from the Nordischsound YouTube channel is making SID music on the Commodore C64 computer. The latest addations are: Nordischsound Mixtape, Dua Lipa - Houdini, Trials of Mana Stream (2), Donkey Kong Country - Fear Factory, Basshunter Song C64 Partymix Demo, Gradius: The Interstellar Assault - The Brain and Like Ice in the Sunshine. 4 kB Craptastic game competition 2024 | The Reset 64 magazine 4 kB Craptastic game competition 2024 has started. This year's competition theme is once again... Craptastic! Submit your entries to RESET64 by 31st August, 2024. Slimed - PET 2001 | Slimed is a new game for the Commodore PET 2001 computer, developed by milasoft64. The game is based on the original game from Jim Summer from the year 1982. The game can be played on a PET 2001 with 8 kByte of RAM memory. Good Kniight - C64 | Good Kniight is a new game for the Commodore C64 computer developed by Stuart Collier (code), Trevor Storey (pixels), Saul Cross (music), Trevor Storey, Stuart Collier & Louie Dimovski (test), Trevor Storey & Jason Mackenzie (packaging) and Mike Robertson (cartridge). The features of the game are: 40 screens, multiple hazards to avoid and real retro arcade action. In the game the great green dragon Embers has kidnapped the princess, and the king is very angry. He has called upon Sir Darren of Durham, also known as the Good Kniight to set forth and rescue his daughter. RobSmithDev - Powershark | You can now watch a new video from the RobSmithDev YouTube channel. In this episode, Rob is testing the Powershark for the Amiga computers. Sprite Castle - Pogo Joe | Rob O'Hara has made a new podcast. The subject of this episode is the game Pogo Joe (1983) from Screenplay for the Commodore C64 computer. Versatile Amiga Test Program v5.9 | The Versatile Amiga Test Program is developed for all Amiga computers. The available tests are: Screen, Audio, Sprite, Blitter, CD32 joypad, Keyboard, CIA, ROM, CPU, FPU, RTC, Memory, Address-line, Real Interrupt, Interrupt Request, Disk-drive, Parallel-port and Serial-Port. Harharagon - C64 | Harharagon is a new game for the Commodore C64 computer, developed by Stuart Collier (code), Trevor Storey (pixels), Saul Cross (music) and Mike Robertson (cartridge). In the game you must try to escape from the prison ship Harharagon, the most secure prison ship in the galaxy. The features of the game are: 230 screens, hi-res graphics, excellent soundtracks and PAL/NTSC compatible. HAM graphic converter - Amiga | The program ham_convert is written by Sebastian Sieczko and can convert a normal jpg, gif or png image to one of the graphic modes of the Amiga. Its main use is to produce high-quality hold-and-modify (HAM) images. André Fachat - 8bit-times #26 | You can now watch a new YouTube video from André Fachat. In this episode of 8-bit-times: The GeckOS multitasking operating system for the 6502 CPU, specifically in its supported Commodore 64 and PET architectures. SlotGame - Amiga | SlotGame is a new game for the Amiga computer, developed by Giovanni Iacobelli. The game is based on the classic slot games, and you must have 2, 3, 4 or 5 Cherries or 2, 3, 4 or 5 Oranges to win. Spediteur - C64 | Spediteur is a new game for the Commodore C64 computer, developed by Windigo Productions. In the game you are the manager a freight forwarder. You need to transport goods between cities, so smart route planning will maximize your profits. The game can be played by 1 to 4 players, has 5 unique maps, adjustable difficulty level and is PAL/NTSC compatible. DGen - AmigaOS 4.x | DGen is a Sega Genesis MegaDrive emulator for AmigaOS4. The AmigaOS4 conversion was done by Marek Glogowski and the GUI was made by Javier de las Rivas. The available GUI-languages are: English, Polish, Italian, Spanish and German. Commodore Users Europe | You can now watch the videos from the most recent online meeting of the Commodore Users Europe. The topics are: Rotor Rampage PET - Dave Duke & Ken McIlveen, FPGATED 8360 TED chip - Istvan Hegedus, TeensyROM emulator C64/128 - Travis Smith and Stranded BASIC V2 - Magnus Heidenborn. FairLight TV | You can now watch a new episode of the FairLight TV YouTube channel. In this video: Did computer piracy push the progress of hardware?