Items tagged with: commodore
[Now Released] Here have a little preview of The Sun Gem
Some things I learned when making this:
- It's better to make smaller games, as my last game was a more complex one that I couldn't finish
- Developing for a retro computer is easier when you don't use a game engine (luckily I don't really like working with game engines anyways)
Edit: I released the game! Check it out here!
This is easily the most insanely unique (if slightly slow as a result) visual concept for displaying “drawers” I think I’ve ever seen.
Interlocking Drawer icons illustrated to resemble a very fancy menu UI. 🤯
Even the disk icon is amazing.
We teamed up with author Tim Danton to tell the story of 19 of those computers, which inspired a generation.
'The Computers That Made Britain' deep dives into everything from the Dragon 32 and ZX81, to the Amstrad CPC 464 and #Commodore Amiga.
Grab a copy for £12:
This is an older video so many of you #Commodore, #chipmusic, and #tracker nerds may have seen it already, but it's definitely a great watch for anyone who wants to learn more about the history of chip module music!
It arrived yesterday and look at its beauty. I mean LOOK AT IT.😍
It was sold as non-working but I have high hopes since it needs a cartridge to boot up.
If this one is working, then I'll probably sell or trade my other one which has a slightly less nice box.
#retrogaming #retrocomputing #C64 #Max04