Monday 30 June 2014

Fantastic 4 Cracking Group

Well, after a week away, I thought it was about time I did another C64 remake!

It is the Cyberwing Preview by F4CG!

With the invaluable help of Tiny'R'SID creator Júrgen Wothke, I managed to finish the screen this evening! (The screen itself was written about 10 days ago, but I hadn't been able to find the .SID - but luckily I was saved by Júrgen, who supplied the .SID, and 'Ta-Da' (!) the screen is complete!)

Hope you like!

Monday 23 June 2014

Amusing IV by Razor 1911!

Good evening all!

Here is another Amiga remake, this time it's "Amusing IV" by Razor 1911 from the Amiga.

A fairly simple screen, but a great remix tune I always recalled from "back in the day"! 

Friday 20 June 2014

Summer 2014 Mini-Mega-Demo

Hey - it's been two weeks since my last release, but don't worry, I have been doing some stuff!

I've been working on a few ideas, including converting an awesome scroll/text routine by Tiny'R'SID creator Jurgen Wothke into CODEF.... it's been a challenge, but now fully working!

I WAS going to use it in my latest screen, but a combination of the text effect and the graphics and the EQ idea I had was just killing the processor, so the scroll idea is on the pile waiting for the next screen, along with some other cool effects I've been doing in CODEF!

But enough about that, let's talk about my latest screen.... it's a mini-mega-demo, to celebrate Summer 2014! It's made up of eight seperate effects/screens, hope you like it/them! Also we have some cool C64 .SID music from TND/Hokuto Force, and my newest 3D creation, a 10x10 EQ cube!

Friday 6 June 2014

C64 Fourier by Singular

A quick remake here, nothing too new, just loved this amazing tune, and the only time I've ever seen a EQ meter on a C64 for a .SID tune....... so I thought it deserved a remake!

Enjoy the C64 Fourier screen by Singular!

Sunday 1 June 2014

Hokuto Force are back again!

Good afternoon!

For this weekends' remake, I bring you the Hokuto Force "Buddha Music Collection #1" from the C64.

Five great .SID tunes for you to enjoy.

The EQ routine used is not 100% as to the original, as I couldn't get a lot of variance with so few colours, but it kind of works! ;-)