|Posted by Csabo on 2002-07-31|
|6502 Assembler Plus/4 - sent in from Jim Hehl|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-29|
|Jim is almost as big as the Plus/4 itself and when you think he infact comes from the other side of the pond (Alaska/USA) to most of us you would not beleive what this dude was doing in the middle of nowhere! Somehow Jim managed to grab the original backup copy of 6502 Assembler Plus/4 from YORK ELECTRONIC RESEARCH who were based in the UK not so long ago! 1995 to be precise :-)|
Jim also added 2 txt files (to be found within the download) which should give you an idea of just how lucky he was to get this and to put you in the picture Jim has sent in a small gallery for you to check out of his home land! Check out his gallery here and grab 6502 Assembler from here. Many thanks Jim!!
|New version of Minus4w Out!|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-29|
|Mike Dailly has just released a minor update to Minus4w which fixes the fullscreen bugs found in his last version. He has also added a new save screenshot to .BMP function. This brings the version number up to V2.3.|
Hit www.minus4.com for yours now! Many thanks to Mike for this hot news!
|Plus/4 World goes Italian!|
|Posted by Csabo on 2002-07-24|
|The Commodore Plus/4 World is now available in Italian, thanks to SVS alias Zenari Valentino! Take a look at the sidebar on the front page, and click the flag to switch the language to Italian! Thanks SVS for the translations, hopefully many Italian Plus/4 fans will enjoy it. We now also have a picture of the "master of utilities" (Thanks again!) This brings up the Faces of the Scene gallery to 38 pictures.|
|All New Design - Tapes Section Now Open!!|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-23|
|If your one of those original game crazy people and just lov to see those raster bars flashing like mad then we have the perfect page for you! Here your get to see all thats on offer in the TAP format and this is a great reference for all those file hungry collectors amoung you :-) Look for the tapes link above and all will be revealed. |
Many thanks to Csabo for pulling all the stops out to create this awesome page! Respects dude :-)
|Minus4 V2.2 released|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-21|
|Mike Dailly has released the new version of his Plus/4 Emulator: Minus 4. Among many things, the new version has better sound emulation and even the capability of recording WAVs from your favourite games.|
Download it NOW!
|Tom Thumb Remake - Early Preview up for grabs!!|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-20|
|Stuart Wilson has released an early beta Demo of his Tom Thumb Remake for PC which you've gota see! It captures the essence of the original and proves the legend can be re-born as we all knew it could!!|
And before you head off to grab the Demo, remember to show Stuart your support by sending him feedback, ideas and free beer because the more people that take an intrest in this project then the end result will come sooner than later! In fact if you've got what it takes and can help out even this would be most welcome! Hit the home page HERE and keep an eye open for any development news!
|Famous Faces #3|
|Posted by Csabo on 2002-07-17|
|Say hello two ATI and Rachy. These two old-school members of the Hungarian scene were kind enough to send us a picture. Both excellent coders, between the two of them, they have contributed over 40 pieces of software. Their cool games and demos will be part of the Plus/4 history forever. Our Faces of the Scene image gallery now boast a total of 37 pictures. Thanks guys!|
|SVS Disk Explorer 0.91Beta Released!|
|Posted by Csabo on 2002-07-15|
|It's not every day that a new software gets released on the Plus/4 platform. That's why we are especially happy to see SVS of Fire's Disk Explorer 0.91Beta. It's available from Commodore Plus/4 and C16 Homepage on the Downloads page.|
Version 0.91Beta fixes some bugs when used on an emulator and 1541 disk image, and adds GEOS file information support to the real Plus/4 and disk drive combination. Thanks to James C for this news!
This brings up the number of releases this year to 5. Follow this link to view our software listing by year.
|Data Media Collection 1 & 2, plus Konami's Coin-op Hits cover!|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-14|
|If you've been following the forum you may have seen that our good friend Noro snapped up a couple of rare finds from eBay and with many thanks Noro has sent in his goodies for all to see!|
First up are two rare titles from Germany which contain a total of five games. Data Media Collection 1 has Bowling and Golf, where Collection 2 has Balance, Surround and Tricky Dices. All come in PRG format and have their covers to complete the story behind this unseen work!
Last of all and with big respects for doing this, Noro grabbed Konami's Coin-op Hits just so we could have the cover in the database! We can't thank you enough for your support Noro. Many thanks Dude!!
|LINUX Format Magazine takes a look at Yape(lin) and Minus4j|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-12|
|This months LINUX Format (LXF29 July 2002) they have done an emulation 6502 special covering the Commodore Pet, VIC20 and C16/Plus4. There's 4 pages to be had, one of which covers the plussy side. Our own Attila Grósz author of Yape takes the spotlight here with his continuing support for a Linux version of his Win creation. They offer the full low down on how to get Yape(lin) up and running and say they have plenty of commodore goodies on the DVD. A very proud moment for Attila indeed!|
Minus4j also gets covered with a quick run down of how it performs under Linux running on Netscape and for good measure they head the punters our way with a screen grab of my Minus4 Online page. Now, I can't take the credit for that because you don't know the full story of me nagging Mike Dailly to iron out a couple of bugs before I made that page, the honour is all yours Mike :-) The magazine will set you back £6.49 for the DVD version, CD is cheaper. At this time we can't offer the pages in scan format because the mag is still in the shops... (maybe next month). Congratulations Attila and Mike, history in the making!!
|Three Hungarian Game Covers!!|
|Posted by Csabo on 2002-07-11|
|Attila Komlós, a Plus/4 fan has surprised us with three rare tape cover scans of Hungarian games: Rablo Rulett (Bandit Roulette), Csodalatos Simon (Wonderful Simon) and Urpok (Space Spider)! It's great to see these cool covers once though to be lost... They found an excellent home here will be part of our collection now. Along with the Legicsata cover, we now have 4 covers from Novotrade's vast game collection. Urpok is also the first cover for any game with the letter "U". Many thanks to Attila!|
|My little Back in Time 3 Gallery is here!!|
|Posted by MIK on 2002-07-03|
|It's been a while coming, more so because of over doing it and catching a cold (snif). That'll be the fresh air no dought ;-) There was much C16/Plus4 releated fun to be had at the BIG C64 night out which started with Darron Broad, a surprise story from David Whittaker, Jeff Minter (YAK) with a new furry face and not forgetting Hyper Sports C16 is up for grabs thanks to Alex Aris!! Find out what the beer did and didn't do here.|
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