You can see now in the list of the games if an individual game has one or more screenshots.
I am actually slowly updating the data base so that more and more games get screenshots (if I have them) and a link to NVG (and ADATE later).
When I will be done with this big update, I will need all the help I can find to add screenshots to the games which are lacking them. I will announce the procedure later for whose willing to help.
CPC Loader is an emulator frontend, a new version is available.
ManageDSK (in english and french) by Demoniak is a windows tools wich :
A new preview of SymbOS is available.
CPC Game Reviews has been updated with 9 new reviews.
You can now search the data base by name but also by company/author of program. And soon new features.
A late news, last week-end (15th January) a special film was projected at the PloŽrmel's cinema : the screen of an Amstrad CPC, organized by Super Sylvestre (Sucres en morceaux). Too late to go to the cinema, but maybe you could download the video just below :
Pasmo v0.5.1 is a Z80 cross assembler which can compile to various Z80 platforms, including Amstrad.
Dr.Zed had to do some redesign with planned extended features of SYMBiFACE, it will offer :
The price of the full version will be around 100 Euros, but some parts will be optional. Because of the extended design the release is delayed. The mass production should start in the middle of februar, so you need a little bit more patience.
ConvImgCpc has been updated. This windows utility by Demoniak converts PC images to Amstrad CPC screenshots.
The C-One has a new CPC core : the Turbo CPC, modified by Tobias Gubener from Daniel Wallner's core, you then get a CPC with a 16 Mhz Z80.
A preview of SymbOS can now be downloaded.
In the Game menu you can list games, nothing exceptionnal. Now some games have screenshots like Batman. Thansk for MIG for these screenshots which came from his defunct site http://all.free.fr/ (July 2009 update).
I wish you a happy new year, good health, and an IDE interface for your Amstrad CPC.
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