| Little footprints||[posted by TMR on 06 November] |
|It's Intro Creation Competition time again kids, and the first Cosine entry comes just two days after the compo started! Here Goes is a 4K intro for the competition's new category that was coded by T.M.R and features music from Sack.|
| Source of the stream||[posted by TMR on 10 October ] |
|Gamerz Xtreme Intro 2 is, possibly unsurprisingly, a follow up to 2016's Gamerz Xtreme Intro and once more written for use on a streaming channel. As before, the code and graphics are by T.M.R with music from aNdy which was specifically composed for this release.|
| The sound of violence||[posted by TMR on 09 July 201] |
|We've got a new demo for the C64, specifically a music collection by the name of Unused Shmup Tunes where, along with the titular music, everything else was done by aNdy, who has included source code and work files in the archive for those who enjoy delving around.|
| More glorious FM||[posted by TMR on 15 December] |
|Here's something a little different for a cold Saturday afternoon; ICSRTU-FM (or I Can See Right Thru You on formal letters) features a cover of the titular Supercharge song which was expertly handled by Odie and his FM music driver. That means it needs either an FM-YAM cartridge or the SFX Sound Expander with a YM3812 upgrade, the latter of which can be emulated with VICE.|
| Intro to small intros, part 1 and 2||[posted by TMR on 08 December] |
|We've got not one but two new little intros released today, the first is Femtotro, features code and graphics by T.M.R with music from 4-Mat and is an entry for the CSDb Intro Creation Competition. It was based on a compact Babygang intro written in 1991 that's included in Backlog.
Released alongside Femtotro was Zeptotro which has the same credits (although features far less graphics) and carries on where it's bigger brother leaves off when it comes to size coding, since it lives in the default screen RAM and doesn't use any memory above $7fff when running.