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 Into the big black yonder[posted by TMR on 18 Nov 2012] 
It's already available from the various Atari 8-bit download sites and from the appropriate thread at Atari Age, but we've now got a proper entry on the Cosine website for T.M.R's Atari 8-bit horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up Callisto. This game was entered into the yearly ABBUC Software Competition and came second and has received quite a bit of positive feedback from the Atari community. Which is nice.

We've also managed to scrape our second Amiga demo Liquidize It off an ailing floppy disk to make it available for download; the demo is available as files for hard disk users or as an ADF image. The archive for Reaxion on the Amiga has also been upgraded to add an ADF image.
 Happy Star Wars Day![posted by TMR on 04 May 2012] 
There's two new releases today and the first is our debut on the Amstrad CPC, a simple single-parter called Snoozing which was released as a sort-of-answer to Benediction's call for activity Wake Up! - well, that and it would've been a waste not to release it after the week it took to make. Of course, the CPC isn't the only machine available with a 640x200 display so the next logical step was to convert it for use on the C128's VDC display... and the second release today is therefore also Snoozing but this time for the Commodore 128!

And finally, we've got around to uploading RG Rampage, the platform game that was written to appear as a type-in listing in issue 100 of Retro Gamer magazine.
 Another big hello to...[posted by TMR on 18 Mar 2012] 
Goodness, someone must've slipped something into our tea because here comes another small release and there's still a couple more that are nearly complete to come! This time we've got a colourful Atari 8-bit release called BrainPower, which is our second release for the Atari machines in as many months.
 R.I.P. Jack Tramiel[posted by TMR on 15 Apr 2012] 
Cosine have just released Bumblebee, a small one-file demo for 80 column Commodore PETs released to mark the passing of former Commodore and Atari boss Jack Tramiel on the 8th of April 2012.
 A big hello to...[posted by TMR on 18 Mar 2012] 
Greetz0rz is a small demo with raster bars and a mega DYCP for the Atari 8-bit that was released at Forever 13. We're pretty happy about that since we were expecting it to come last!

We've also added a two-parter from 1990 called It's Over for the C64, written by then new member Edie and sadly also his last product for Cosine.
 Reaxion returns[posted by TMR on 12 Nov 2011] 
We haven't seen it in a while, but the Amiga version of Reaxion from 1995 has been located and added to the softography! It's currently filed under "other" but at some point the entire website needs to regenerate to allow for more platforms and an Amiga section will be added... hopefully the Cosine Amiga demos that were released will also turn up at some point!
 The daily grind[posted by TMR on 18 Sep 2011] 
Two years since the last update... oh well, it's been doing the rounds for a while now after being released on the Format War website but we've finally got around to adding Edge Grinder to the downloads here! The final disk image contains the game as available on cartridge from RGCD which was coded by T.M.R with music by Odie and graphics by Trevor "Smila" Storey and adds an excellent Steve Day picture and another tune by Odie whilst it loads.
 Planes and boats and trains...![posted by TMR on 14 Sep 2009] 
Yes, two Cosine releases in the space of a year - will wonders never cease?! This time we're presenting GR9 Strike Force, a horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up from T.M.R (there's a surprise...!) and Odie which was developed for the Retro Reunited event (12th to 13th September 2009) in Huddersfield, U.K.

The game was developed over a three and a half week period and features digitised images of a lucky Retro Reunited competition winner, who was given a silly hat to wear, photographed and inserted into the game live at the event!
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