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Compute Mit Covers!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-25
Sidius scanned and submitted the covers of his Compute Mit magazine collection. With a few excetions, it's complete up to the end of 1987. Visit the Publications page to view these and much more. The page itself has also been updated, the navigation is now better: you can filter by language and/or by publication type, and list them with or without thumbnails. (E.g. here are the German Plus/4 magazines.) It's very cool to go through these covers... You'll see the ACE cover proudly displayed on the 4/87 issue. Or did you know, that even demoscene veteran Fusion wrote a game that was published in this magazine? (Yup, it's Creature Castle.) Or you can find out what the origin of King of Kings is - it was published in the 12/86 issue. For those of you who ever wondered why that game is the first one in the database (by ID, that is), or why Lavina is the first member. Well, years ago when this guy created a little MS Access database - which eventually turned into Plus/4 World - and started typing some stuff, he decided that King of Kings was a cool game and Lavina was a cool friend. Well now you know! Anyhow, big thanks to Sidius for his scans and collecting all the info for these magazines. Enjoy!


New YAPE Version Released!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-24
Exactly one month has passed since the last YAPE update, and the a new version is here again. For the first time, V0.60 is capable of emulating both NTSC and PAL machines! With this cool feature, you can now listen to digi players like the one in the first part of Digital Brainstorm: these were designed for PAL machines, but switch to NTSC mode to achieve faster playback speeds. (What a sentence there.) Anyway, musics such as that one will now sound very authentic. The update also promises more bugfixes, so downloading is a MUST for every Plus/4 fan.


100 Publications
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-17
Our Publications section has reached 100 listings. The last ones added were German books. We now have all German book cover scans and most of the info, thanks to Sidius. He has also sent us the covers for the Compute Mit series, coming soon. The New Uploads page now includes recently added publications, so you can see what's being added.


2004 Minigame Compo Votepack Released
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-10
The 2004 Minigame Compo Votepack is now available. Those who voted already can now finalize and submit their votes. (Votes must be submitted, or else they will not count.) If you haven't voted yet, it's now the perfect time. You can still do it until the voting deadline, November 1st. It's worth it, there are some really cool games to be checked out.


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Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-07
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New Forever And A Map!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-06
Forever Plus/4 Emulator has been updated to version 1.28. Besides bug-fixes, this version also adds preliminary disk support, which means more D64 files will now work. The author, Litwr has also scanned a real curiosity of an item: it's a map of Saboteur!, which appears in a Polish(!) computer mag called "Komputer". Very nice indeed! Thanks for these!


New Club Info Released!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-05
Club Info 83The october issue of the longest running diskmag, Club Info 83 is here! (German speaking folks are in luck.) Besides the articles, the B side contains utils and games, including the recently converted Dark Planet +4. Cheers to Erich/ULTD for his work and to Luca for supplying the warez!


8 New Games From Australia!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-04
Ninja ScreenshotA very friendly fellow - hailing from the home of the Wiggles, sunny Australia - gave us a nice gift. Archived from some old C16 tapes, he sent us 8 new TAP files. They are all multi-loader adventure games by Gameworx Software. Alien and Thermonuclear Wargames were already listed, and we had them as (what turned out to be) hacks. King Solomon's Mines was also listed, but it was missing. However, Bastow Manor, Mad Mummy, Ninja, Murder on the Waterfront and Skull Island are all brand new! The games feature colorful ASCII graphics, and should provide weeks of fun for anyone who still wants to play adventures on their C=16 or Plus/4. Be warned, the files are in WAV format, so each download is around 500Kb. We don't (yet) have cover scans for these games, but they are thought to be individual Melbourne House releases. Hopefully they will turn up, or someone can provide more info about the origins of these. Enjoy!


Exomizer Updated!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-03
Good news: something good just got better. The something in this case happens to be the insanely popular cross-platform cruncher Exomizer. The author has just released version 1.1.5, which promises even faster crunch times and better compression. Visit the homepage for more details and the download.


New Hungarian Cover Scans!
Posted by Csabo on 2004-10-02
Music-16Magyar ABCIt can't be October already, can it? Well, we'd better start off this month then. Here come a few new covers from Lacus, all Hungarian ones: Karakter-szerkesztő, Magyar ABC, Music-16, Számépítő, Szerpentin and Térbeli Amőba. Szerpentin is the first release that happens to have more than one cover scan: the one we added is an alternative release. This brings up the collection to 77.8% complete. Thanks to Lacus, and keep hunting for those missing ones!

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