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A new BASIC game for the CoCo, 'Water Fall'

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On 6/12/2019 at 11:10 AM, JamesD said:

 

Nick did a good job for a game that only took a week with only a couple hours at most most days to do, while still dreaming what features he could add to his GunStar project.

 

laters

 

Briza

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Awesome port of Man goes Down by the Sock Master! :)

Very cool it is written in BASIC and uses the speech pack and semi-graphics. 

 

Here's another awesome port of this game by John Linville, also with enhanced sound:

 

 

And another awesome BASIC port using ASCII art graphics on the MC-10 by Jim Gerrie:

http://jimgerrie.blogspot.com/2015/01/4k-color-computer-programming-contest.html

 

 

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Those are remarkably fluid graphics for a Coco BASIC program! 

 

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The scrolling was done in assembly... but it shows what you can do with BASIC.

 

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For those just getting into Color Computer BASIC, the mini golf game that was previously only available on cassette has been transferred to a .dsk image and placed in the first of the two zip archives at the base of the following page link (the issue of The Rainbow with the code listing is also included):

http://www.blitter.com/~nebulous/coco.html

 

Perhaps someone out there will make more courses?

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