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#3813240 Sydney Hunter & The Sacred Tribe - ColecoVision

Posted by nanochess on Mon Jul 24, 2017 4:36 PM

Of course because I'm the developer I should receive my games first so everyone should wait till Mexico post delivers them to me (1 month) and then everyone else :evil:




#3812707 Bugs from Outer Space video

Posted by nanochess on Sun Jul 23, 2017 9:23 PM

Hi.

 

I've recorded a video of Bugs from Outer Space, I saw this game published originally in the 80-Micro magazine starting in March 1984.

 

As I learnt Z80 assembler language, I was able to port it and play in another computer but always wanted to see it like the original, in special because I never got the final magazine with the sound effects module.

 

Today I finally installed the SDLTRS emulator and recorded a video of the game, enjoy it!

 




#3812518 Laser Sharks

Posted by nanochess on Sun Jul 23, 2017 3:23 PM

Ok, someone liked it so much that just made a sharks hack for the evil Atari

 




#3811850 Ready...Player One - anyone read it?

Posted by nanochess on Sat Jul 22, 2017 2:59 PM

And here is the teaser trailer :)

 




#3811648 Standard Editions of BC Quest For Tires & Sydney Hunter Sacred Tribe

Posted by nanochess on Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:18 AM

Another gameplay, this time I could get to the volcano rocks screen. The trick with the bird is waiting at left, and when screen stops you jump just below the bird. The game gets pretty exciting when you increase the speed. :)

 




#3811635 Standard Editions of BC Quest For Tires & Sydney Hunter Sacred Tribe

Posted by nanochess on Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:52 AM

With J-F blessing I've made a video :)

 




#3811069 SGM-less

Posted by nanochess on Fri Jul 21, 2017 1:13 PM

As Youki pointed out correctly. All of my games work without SGM, but some like Mecha-8 and Mecha-9 will put out enhanced sound if the SGM is present.

 

Edit: except some ports I've made for the budget games line of Team Pixelboy.




#3808245 Who is reading Intellivision Programming right now?

Posted by nanochess on Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:57 PM

Made a video

 




#3807248 Intellivision Homebrew Games group in FB

Posted by nanochess on Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:53 PM

Hi all.

 

Just I've started a party and everyone is invited!!!

 

The FB group to talk about Intellivision Homebrew games is right here https://www.facebook...42293609685252/

 

Feel free to join, post and comment anything related to homebrew games! :)




#3807162 IntelliTool (IDE for IntyBASIC)

Posted by nanochess on Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:43 PM

The site for Intellivision Brazil is again online :)

 

IntelliTool can be downloaded from http://www.intellivisionbrasil.com.br/ press 9 in the controller and search for it in the right window.

 

I've tested it with a simple Hello World program and I can compile and run it without even saving the BASIC program. Nice! :)

 

Menus are in Portuguese but fortunately are easily understandable.




#3805550 Who is reading Intellivision Programming right now?

Posted by nanochess on Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:14 AM

What the title says ;)

 

Please answer or reveal yourself, I invoke you.




#3802042 1K Atomchess for Atari VCS/2600

Posted by nanochess on Sun Jul 9, 2017 9:54 AM

Just updated the Github repository with a version using venetian blinds to show the chessboard, it's rock solid on TV.

Also includes support for Supercharger (not using FFF8) and cursor wraparound (less code and eases navigation)

Caveat: now it doesn't work in Atari Flashback Portable. It depends on the TIA hiding players till 160 clocks have passed, I don't see an easy way to clear GRP0 and GRP1 for Portable.

Attached File  toledo_atomchess_6502_f455a84e.png   14.49KB   3 downloads


#3801362 Boulder Dash(TM) - Programmer Correspondence

Posted by nanochess on Sat Jul 8, 2017 11:06 AM

Helped with a positive vote :)


#3801325 Keeping it simple: famous quotes

Posted by nanochess on Sat Jul 8, 2017 10:18 AM

Why did the chicken cross the road?

Because there was a TI99/4A with games in the other side.


#3795467 1K Atomchess for Atari VCS/2600

Posted by nanochess on Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:53 PM

In this case, /B means you are copying binary files so it doesn't pad out lines with carriage returns or encode text in some crazy fashion. In a Linux shell, I don't think there is a such possible conversion so you could cp or perhaps use dd without switches.


In linux it would be (if memory bits serves :ponder:):

cat atomchess1k.bin atomchess1k.bin >atomchess2k.bin