Baracuda sent in the following news today: V12 of Tropyx will reduce his scene activity to minimum, because he must focus on a job. All the best to you and your job situation, Pawel!
John F. Kutcher is one of the early C64 programmers programming games like Space Taxi and Solo Flight 2nd Edition in the early 80s. Space Taxi especially celebrating a huge recognition by its unique gameplay and accurate physics at that time as well as digitized speech! In this interview, he talks about his career from starting to work for a…
Scene World writes on their facebook: “In order to prepare for an article about the C64, Paula Yesakova of 4pda contacted our staff member Joerg Droege over Scene World Magazine back in August 2017 to talk about my experience with the C64, the demoscene, my childhood connection to it. She was kind enough to send me a copy of her…
Scene World writes: #TheC64Mini review video by our very own games editor Andrew Fisher! Enjoy! 🙂 https://scene.world/c64minireview
Compyx via CSDb news posted; “VICE 3.2 has been released, visit the VICE project page at https://sourceforge.net/projects/vice-emu/ or just look here; http://vice-emu.sourceforge.net
Scene World Podcast Episode #48 – Engineering a New C64 Keyboard with Lau Brix Lau Brix has designed a modern, drop-in replacement for the C64’s keyboard. Joerg and AJ talk to him about this awesome new hardware, and the story behind how it came to be. Listen to it at: https://scene.world/c64keyboard #sceneworld #swo #podcast #c64 #commodore64 #keyboard #laubrix
As the IDE64 blog wrote recently, 2 skilled GEOS programmer have managed to code a promising experimental driver to run GEOS 2.0 on the IDE64 controller. More info on their blog entry.
As the IDE64 project wrote recently on their blog, the IDE64 is out of stock but further production considered.
Hot for you and just released Scene World #28 this time with interviews with Dennis Pauler, John Chowning, David John Pleasance, Christian Spanik, great articles by former Hugi staffer Lars Sobiraj, and also reports by Andrew Burch, Boris Kretzinger, Martin Ahman, Andrew Fisher and of course as always part 4 of Richard Bayliss’ game coding tutorial with a bonus game…
Patrick Patul announced on his twitter, that he will be streaming c64 diskmags live today. The stream will be at 8 PM CEST today: his YouTube Channel