De BBC Micro is een van de eerste succesvolle Homecomputers en werden 1981 geïntroduceerd. Hij werd zo positief ontvangen dat (niet alleen) de jeugd massaal aan het programmeren ging. Deze micro computers zijn inmiddels ruim 34 jaar oud en worden nog...
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Nox Archaist, an Ultima-inspired, 8-bit, tile-based, role-playing game, developed on the old-school Apple II and playable on the Apple II, MAC and PC, was launched at the end of last year after some years of development. If you are into “behind the scenes” stuff like me, you will be happy... [...]
Scene World Podcast Episode #121 – Chris Abbott – The Little Books Of SoundchipsWe’re happy to have Chris Abbott in our new podcast episode, a british chiptune musician and true master of the C64 SID chip. Right now he is working on an extensive book about soundchips which is set... [...]
In our new podcast episode we speak with Jeri Ellsworth, an American entrepeneur and chip designer. She is very well-known for ‘C64 Direct-To TV’, a complete Commodore 64 system on a chip housed within a joystick which was released in 2004. We speak with her about her work on TiltFive,... [...]
In our new podcast episode we speak with Deniz Orbay who is not only one of the most well known Neo Geo collectors, but also THE expert for retrogame imports from Japan. Get ready for some interesting insights and facts about the history and current state of retrogaming in Japan…... [...]
It’s time for another bit of Scene World history – a talk with Tommy Tallarico: He is not only one of the most prolific game music composers of all time (think about Earthworm Jim, MDK, The Terminator, also other on the Amiga like e.g.Cool Spot on the Amiga or Aladin... [...]