| Digit! released at Assembly 2002||[posted by TMR on 04 Aug 2002] |
|Here's the first Cosine release of 2002, DigIt! went to the Assembly 2002 party but wasn't shown for some reason (we're assuming it didn't make it past the selection process). This is the first unexpanded VIC20 release from Cosine and is a one-filed demo with all the work done by 4-Mat|
| Reaxion Extended uploaded||[posted by TMR on 12 Feb 2002] |
|Some six years after the original Reaxion comes the 2001/2 remix - Reaxion Extended contains ninety nine levels, loads of new graphics and a brand new soundtrack.|
| Gallery located and uploaded!||[posted by TMR on 27 Jan 2002] |
|Okay, I'm quite excited about this one; Hookie's slideshow Gallery has officially been missing for around ten years now, none of the Cosine members still had a copy and, despite notes all over this and the original website, nobody seemed to have it... our thanks go to Acidchild who discovered a copy in his collection and very kindly dropped it over to a couple of D64 files for us; finally this cool product is available to download.|
| Bouff Goes Retro one-filer added and small updates||[posted by TMR on 22 Dec 2001] |
|Released on the covermount of Commodore Zone issue 16, Bouff Goes Retro is a one-filed demo featuring wired pictures of Emily "Bouff" Booth (media celeb and former co-presenter of Channel 4's Bits) and a classic Deek soundtrack. (The games from CZone 16 will be added to the site in the new year!)|
| Dentro added and revised web outfit and domain!||[posted by TMR on 05 Nov 2001] |
|Well, we seem to have almost totally skipped a couple of years, but the Cosine website finally bludgeons its way into the 21st century. The old address still works (and will continue to for a while yet) but it is now possible to just type Cosine.org.uk into your browser!|
One new addition this time, 4-Mat's excellent Dentro is officially released to celebrate the updating of the website!
| Rollover demo released||[posted by TMR on 01 Jan 2000] |
|A little new years demo called Rollover was released on New Years Eve 1999 featuring code by T.M.R, graphics by T.M.R and WEC and music by 4-Mat, Tonka, T.L.F. and T.M.R|
| Backlog intro collection released||[posted by TMR on 14 Nov 1999] |
|Backlog is a collection of intros coded by T.M.R over the last ten years, some released and others unseen. The collection features music by Odie and 4-Mat and some new graphics by T.M.R and WHW Design.|
And we have another member, T.L.F. (ex-Xentrix) joins the ranks of the incredibly lazy as a musician.