Tag Archives: C64

When two worlds met (and love prevailed on rivalry)

The history of computing is peppered with rivalry among users of different gaming machines. Perhaps the competition between Commodore 64 and Spectrum 48k users is one of the best known examples of such rivalry, and one some of us experienced … Continue reading

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The Last Ninja Construction Kit: playing around with it

Even Armakuni kept his eyes closed while I was preparing a surprise video… In this example I show how it would be possible to rebuild LN3 within the framework used for LN2 🙂

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USBhost-64 another example application

I wrote another little example application for USBhost-64 that behaves exactly like USAVE when the latter is not given the optional start/end addresses of the block to save. In other words: a simple BASIC program save tool. The main difference … Continue reading

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USBhost-64 example loader application

As I was extending one of the USBhost-64 software APIs for file access in assembly, I thought to publish an example loader application that takes advantage of the API. This is what end users would have to write by themselves (or … Continue reading

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DC2N3 widescreen :)

Here it is, straight after finishing the build 🙂

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DC2N2 mini update

As I finished integrating the progress bar into the DC2N2 mini firmware, here’s an updated video 🙂 As I was asked the question a few times now: Yes, DC2N2 mini does make backup copies of tapes as well. See below … Continue reading

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USBhost-64 TAP Write tool demo

I had not yet made a video of this nice little tool for TAP to cassette tape transfer, so here it is:

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