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  1. [#006] in 2013, i've programmed three PC games (via Qbasic) that i'm proud of and it's only the middle of May! check them out: Blitz (Jan '13) port of the classic Vic-20 game http://atariage.com/forums/topic/207093-blitz-vic-20-game-port/ TapKey RPG (Apr '13 - May '13) loosely based on the game mechanics of 'Theatrythm: Final Fantasy' http://atariage.com/forums/blog/495/entry-10174-tapkey-rpg/ and coming very soon: Chameleon (May '13) a space shooter that nods to the Virtual Boy, Adventure Vision, and a handful of classic shmups! http://youtu.be/88C-DU89DmU i will also be returning to my 2011 epic, MicroDungeon. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/185908-microdungeon/
  2. I've recently taken the 486 computer I've had in storage since 2004 and put it back together. For the most part, it works! Well, as much as it ever did. The only thing of note is that the left ALT key on the keyboard doesn't seem to function. I'm not sure if there's just something wedged under it or if it's outright broken. *checks* Could be either. I'll know for sure if the crap I blew away from it was causing the problem the next time I turn it on. The right ALT key works fine at any rate so it's not that big a deal. There are things on it I'd like to get off like old qbasic programs, etc but to do that I needed 3.5" diskettes as that's about the only way to take anything off of it's 400 megabyte harddrive. Luckily I found some of those at Future Shop today! Might start using the comp just for fiddling around with qbasic rather than messing around with some other basic in a more current console. I've got ideas of what I want to test out, and I know that they should be within my capability since I've already done similar programs with qbasic back in the 90's. So the question is whether or not I'll remember enough of it to do anything productive.
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