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 on: December 03, 2017, 09:33:53 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by spacefractal
im must admist this is a very fun tune too, and very clever and fun use of the stereo panning:
http://www.remix64.com/track/rapture/parasol-stars-medley/


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 on: December 03, 2017, 09:15:16 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by spacefractal
its on remix64:
http://www.remix64.com/track/mutherpluckin-b/warhawk-dont-feed-the-warhawk-mix/

Im have property heard this before, but the lead synch is a little out of pace, while was pretty nice.

This version is also very awesome as well and nice lyric:
http://www.remix64.com/track/romeo-knight/warhawk-feat-smai-lee/

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 on: November 30, 2017, 08:27:40 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Flash
Well, I found it entertaining in light of current developments Smiley

https://gaming.youtube.com/watch?v=Ej93u1J40jA

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 on: October 19, 2017, 09:46:17 AM 
Started by Sokurah - Last post by Sokurah
Well, I finally decided that enough was enough, so me and Lobo's game is finally out
...only took 3 years. Smiley Smiley Smiley

Doctor Who Adventure Game.

It's an original game, set in the classic Doctor Who universe, where you play as the Tom Baker incarnation of The Doctor, and in the style of Pyjamarama and the classic Lucas Arts games you solve puzzles.

There is about 50 locations and about 50 puzzles of varying degree of difficulty to be solved, before you (hopefully) reach the end. If you know the solution to all puzzles - and hurry through without reading dialogue - the total playing time is just under an hour ... but likely you'd be looking at several hours as you have to figure out the puzzles first.

I hope you like it - it's been real fun to make  Grin


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 on: September 14, 2017, 06:02:48 AM 
Started by spacefractal - Last post by Sokurah
I said this on Facebook last night, but I have subscribed to the magazine since issue 4 (got the first 3 on eBay afterwards) but finally chose to NOT renew my subscription about a year ago.

I'm so old school Smiley that I haven't been doing the "digital thing" but preferred paper magazines, but I feel there's so much padding these days and not enough articles that are of interest to me.

I am keeping an eye on what is in them though, and should something interesting appear in the magazine (or a review of a game of mine Wink ) I will just get that single issue ... but so far that hasn't been the case.

... but they could've sold a single issue if they'd chosen to review Vallation. Wink Smiley Smiley

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 on: September 13, 2017, 09:10:45 PM 
Started by spacefractal - Last post by spacefractal
im are more more gonna to hate Retro Gamer more more now. Not due the issues its self, but thier app stinks like balls and very tired of it and forced of all the fun reading the issues.

That that put me off was im got a "Purchase complete library" TWICE when im tried to download the newest issue. But instead im got a popups. What a hell? Tricking me to do something different than its should have due? That trick ads and is also covered about 50% of screen in the library is insane and bad.

THis is so bad as im have now just dont like the app very much and is the last issue im purchasing. That sad because its great one, and the old app was more than fine, but they breaked all rules after update.

If you asked me, all ads like those should have been done in the discovery area, include the "Purchase Complete Library" ads. THis is what the tab was done, but they diddent do that.... Now they get a 1 star rating from me, due the too aggresive ads use in the Library section, which is now a mess.

So im need to say good bye to Retro Gamer for now. (and as im have seen, im actuelly write 2-3 times to so called costumer service, that newer reply).

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 on: September 06, 2017, 08:59:44 PM 
Started by Lobo - Last post by Lobo
they have been very very long about Sam Journey...

You know..it's a long journey..  Wink

Hehe, dunno what's up with me today with these fancy comments, must be all the turpentine inhaled yesterday. Smiley

PS. Agreed, Sam's got some niiiice gfx in there, Galencia being shmup has most of the bkg as usual, dark with stars but yea they used sprites to max.
There's also one other game (just played on reset64 mag disk) called 'The Bear Essentials', very cool and movement oddly reminds me of Jack the Nipper. Smiley

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 on: September 06, 2017, 04:59:02 AM 
Started by Lobo - Last post by spacefractal
they have been very very long about Sam Journey, which also looks and fell excellent.

This game does not have that much backgroud, just excellent use of multiplexed sprites.

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 on: September 05, 2017, 07:48:45 PM 
Started by Lobo - Last post by Lobo
...lab analysis...

Now that was a C64 sprites lab analysis right there. Wink
Just remembered that the intro somewhat reminds me of the Retrograde, I like em when they have some big sprites roaming about the scenery!
The 'big box' publisher is protovision, btw, the same peeps that will print out that Sam Journey you mentioned earlier.

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 on: September 05, 2017, 01:29:22 PM 
Started by Lobo - Last post by spacefractal
yes... im purchased the game. its also a fun game too.

Its a cool multi plexed sprites he have used it and have make sure he newer use more than 6 enemies on a line (last 2 is for shots).

The intro is also used rasterline, multiplexed sprites and mixed char mode both hi and lo graphics.

The black line that cover the chars is just extended sprites that moving.

Im should have taken a look here eailer :-), and its the first C64 im purchased in very long time.

So its smart use of multiplexed sprites for sure.

Its a 32kb game.

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