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Károly Balogh Sep 6
Every time I get in front of a C= 264 series machine, I somehow start writing random BASIC quickies for no reason. This is how this programming and computers thing started for me, and I guess I never really grew out of it.
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Dante 3d dev Sep 10
R-TYPE on AMIGA here is among the best home versions, behind the PC Engine. On Sharp X68000 it's nice too but the machine costed a couple of Amigas or a lot of PC Engines, wasn't a cost effective way to play it. 🎶
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Dante 3d dev Sep 4
AFTER BURNER on COMMODORE 64 (1989) Has 2 versions, this is the recommended US one. It's alright although need to use space bar or hold button for missiles (lock is too subtle). Jeroen Tel's version of the music is cool🎶
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Dante 3d dev Sep 8
DOUBLE DRAGON 3: THE ROSETTA STONE(1991) Smoothest brawler for AMIGA back then, seems highly playable against the choppy arcade original. A pity that the game is a bit flawed (there's no music on Amiga etc).
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Jordan Hall Sep 2
On my lunch break today, I wrote Hello World in the Commodore 64's 6502 assembly language. Just look at how long this program is, just to blank the screen and output some white text! Do we have it easy nowadays?
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South West Retro Computing Archive 2m
For today’s , we have the , and . Which do you keep, gift and delete from history?
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RetroWizzard Sep 15
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The Retro Byte Sep 2
Xenon 2 Megablast: probably my fave tune.
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SanderFocus Aug 27
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Chuck Hutchins (Jr.) Sep 11
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Commodore International Historical Society Sep 18
The SX-64 was released in 1983 as a 23lb luggable version of the . It was a beautiful machine, its case having been designed by Ira Velinsky, but it wasn't warmly received by consumers and was unceremoniously dropped by Commodore in 1986.
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Computing History Aug 22
A generous benefactor has decided that we needed some rare machines in our collection! We would like to thank them very much for this extraordinary donation! Commodore MAX: Commodore 116:
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Tim Bartz Sep 11
finally my everyday setup is complete. the only thing missing was a beautiful 1701. 🙂 #1701
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Retro Man Cave Sep 3
World Exclusive: The Amiga Mini case is revealed by Stephen Jones in our video today 🕵️ 🕵️ as well as his concept software "Ami-Hybrid" which is free to download and try out. Come and join us in The Cave!
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Tim Bartz Sep 18
today I have to rearrange my collection (again) ... a nice opportunity for a small family reunion ... 🤗
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David Motowylak Sep 15
Commodore 64 Pixel Art Winter is Coming (by Arsenic and Oxyron)
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Dan James Aug 31
"Chip Hall of Fame: MOS Technology 6581 - A synthesizer that defined the sound of a generation"
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GeordieMarv Aug 10
Does anyone have an original boxed copy of "Wings of Fury" for the Commodore Amiga they want to sell? Anyone at all want to help me fill a huge nostalgia sized hole? I have the WHDLoad version, but want original. RTs appreciated.
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Robert Ramsay Sep 12
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Sutehk Sep 19
Being an engineer I can never pass up looking at a database program😀
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