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You can program an Amstrad CPC game and want to become riche at the same time ? Then submit your creation to the third edition of the CPCRetroDev Game Creation Contest, as each award will win some real money.
Beware, the target is an Amstrad CPC 464, so all entries will be included in a physical edition with an audio tape, not a 3 inch disk.
The deadline is the 23th october 2015.
Since at least march 2012, a 128 Ko version of Paperboy with music added by Fano does exist (download on source link, see below).
This Paperboy version has been reviewed by Xyphoe on Youtube.
At the Play Blackppool 2015, Xyphoe interviewed Andrew Oliver (Oliver Twins) during 1 hour and 22 minutes ! Dizzy and Amstrad CPC featured of course.
In this 25 minutes video, Xyphoe celebrates the 25 years Of the Amstrad GX4000 (released in 1990).
CPCTelera is a multi platform (Windows with Cygwin, OS X and Linux) development framework for creating Amstrad CPC games in C and also assembly programmers. For all features check CPCWiki, for short :Low-level programming API fonctionnalities
- A low-level library with support for: graphics, audio, keyboard, firmware, strings, video hardware manipulation and memory management
- An API for developing games and software in C and Assembler
- A complete multi-platform building system with support for building CDTs and DSKs automatically. Tools for content authoring (audio, graphics and level editing)
Project creation, management and integrated build system with tools (SDCC compilator...)
autoring tools and command line tools for format conversions (Arkos Tracker, RGAS...)
Retro Game Asset Studio (RGAS) by Lachlank is the next evolution of Amsprite (now defunct). Using .NET, you can create graphics, sound/music levels for Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64.
A new release candidate of the ANSI-C compiler SDCC v3.5.0 is available for download.
ESP Soft just released a new spanish adventure game : el misterio de la isla de Tokland. It is written by 6128 and use the game engine el DAAD.
It is based on the book of the same name by Joan Manuel Gisbert. With one year of learning spanish (and a dictionnary), the game is playable even if I didnt go very far at the moment. Thanks for letting me working my spanish this summer :-)
Download and more informations on the syntaxical engine on ESP Soft.
Symbos v3.0 beta is available, with ethernet network support.
TFM, author of FutureOS (an Amstrad CPC operating system) has put CP/M plus with utilities on 10 ROMs at the moment. Click on source link below for download.
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