Labirinto by Sculptor
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release date : january 2015
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added on the 2019-01-01 18:02:25 by Roy Roy

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I originally started this in Z80 assembly in 1988 just before the German reunion. After that the old east German 8-bit home computers have been forgotten for a while. I still have my Z1013 and 2014 i stumbled over a pretty good emulator that had a assembler included in the package. So basically you can code and directly download to the emulated target. It is called JKCEMU. I was curious and started to write some lines for that old game of mine. So roughly 26 years later, I finished what I had started as a 12 year old. :-) I would say that the scrolling is better than everything else I have seen on that Z80 (U880) based machine, back in the days. It was written for the 2MHz version, running on the 16KB RAM boards as well.
added on the 2019-01-01 18:08:49 by Roy Roy
Instant platform thumb! .. jkcemu seems very promising, I like emulators with integrated debuggers ... maybe I' give the good old kc85 a try as platform, even though I was privileged with my Atari 800 aus'm intershop ;) and therefore never touched a KC .. I wonder if LKCC every tried to release something for KC as their name is derived from it ..
rulez added on the 2019-01-04 18:16:51 by TheMechanist TheMechanist
Friend of mine had a 800XL from the Intershop back in the days as well. Cool thing! We played a lot of Schloß Schreckenstein in 2-player mode. I just had my Z1013 at home, which came as a kit without tape recorder - you just found yourself one that would do after you tweaked it a bit. :-) A tube CRT as a screen (and I mean tubes - not just the screen tube :-)) and some transformer, having some windings manually removed to make 11.5V AC. And then one day... I got my hands on 4x U2164 IC's giving me 64KB instead of 16KB. That sounds so stupid today, but back then, when I was finished with the soldering iron and it actually worked...it was like ten times X-mas in one moment. :-)
added on the 2019-01-07 22:06:42 by Roy Roy

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