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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ 4h
Johnny Reb Published by Lothlorien, Paxman Promotions in 1983 -
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Matthew J Scott 20h
Oh god - this is down your way and NEEDS a happy home. This is the BEST I've ever seen! πŸ˜‚ If I was based that way I'd snap it up to go with my wooden ZX Spectrum!
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Halo Jones (0TT-DW) Jul 19
Replying to @DsecElite
Just so we can go to galaxy 8 and find the system named entirely out of swear words?
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ Jul 22
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Archives of IT 23h
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CMDR_DAGONET Jul 19
So ..in the next update we get the GALACTIC HYPERDRIVE right?
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Julie πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Montoya 17h
Replying to @jayne_jayney
Yeah, I'm writing something called in for the , just for "fun". One lousy subroutine (basically, to work out if or not a point is within a bounding rectangle) is doing my head in. Think the next rewrite from scratch ought to be the charm :/
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ 22h
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ 23h
Grand Prix Published by Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.) in 1985 -
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StephenM Jul 22
Replying to @gedgehead
Then it's on to a pair .
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Micro:bit Educational Foundation Jul 19
School children react to the BBC Micro - a computer from the 80s that's an important part of the BBC micro:bit's history "Where's the mouse?" "You've got to wait another two minutes for it to start up"
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ Jul 20
Wild Fruities (AKA Fruities) Published by Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications) in 1983 -
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Kevin Edwards Jul 21
I love this bit of artwork that accompanied 'How to write machine code games' in the The Micro User magazine. M/C vs BASIC. Classic 1980s artwork.
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ Jul 20
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Karl Gimblett Jul 16
Was ELite the world's first FPS?
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ Jul 21
Fall Of Rome Published by Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP) in 1984 -
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Wi-Fi Sheep Jul 21
Quick followup to yesterdays The 'modern' custom build of for shown running is available to download for free from: The OS can run code & software. Not Pi4 compatible.
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South West Retro Computing Archive Jul 21
Today’s is a battle of the Brits, with 128K micros of the mid 80s. Which to keep, which to gift to a friend and which to delete forever?!
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ Jul 20
Tank Attack Published by CDS Software Ltd. in 1989 -
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BBC Micro πŸ¦‰ Jul 19
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