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Re: 8-Bit Guy video's are becoming a chore!

in Milliways
As for the topic: I've always enjoyed 8 bit guy videos and I still do. I wouldn't say he has lost his passion, especially when he's talking about the games he is programming. I guess sometimes you'll have to cover something you're less passionate about.. his income depends on it, so he doesn't have …

Re: Vogons Video Announcement Thread

in Milliways
Made a video (yet again) to demonstrate the internal RGBtoHDMI adaptor that I have in my Amiga500-Desktop. You can also find a few other videoes about it. Sorry for the lack of content on the channel, and really sorry about my shitty and crappy spoken English. My channel is this one here Is that …

Re: MT-32 wavetable daughterboard exist

Howly cow. Thos LA32 Devboards look lovely! Amazing stuff! And yeah, I hope no MT32 had to be gutted for that! No functioning at least... I guess in the end an FPGA solution which doesn't need the LA32 IC would be best and give very good compatibility.

Re: Vogons Video Announcement Thread

in Milliways
Let's Code MS DOS 0x19: Fireworks in PowerBasic With Assembler! As 2020 comes to a close it’s time for another PowerBasic video. Last year we did a little snow simulation in PowerBasic around Christmas. This year we are going to do a fireworks simulation instead. And with a little sprinkle of x86 …

Re: Vogons Video Announcement Thread

in Milliways
The Queen of Soundcards: Roland LAPC I The Roland MT-32 and its brethren CM-32 and CM64 were external MIDI synthesizers that were very much a gold standard for MS DOS gaming. There was one more obscure device though, which was compatible for the most part, namely the LAPC-I. It was a CM-32 and a MPU …

Re: Vogons Video Announcement Thread

in Milliways
On Sunday, Dec 6th 2020, at 20:30 CET (19:30 UTC) I will do another live stream: Earlier this year I got a Greaseweazle, which allows us to read out almost any floppy disk using standard PC floppy drives. Even Amiga or C64 disks pose (almost) no problem. The Greaseweazle is great, but the software …

Re: Vogons Video Announcement Thread

in Milliways
Let's Code MS DOS 0x18: VGA Plasma The plasma is a staple of the demo scene effects. You can find it on all platforms: PC, C64, Amiga, Atari… So why don’t we code one ourselves? We base our program on the Fire effect done in an earlier episode, so if you missed that, please check it out, too. We …

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