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CPCRetroDev 2020 is the 8th edition of the programming contest for the Amstrad CPC 464, organized by the Alicante's university. You have till the 3rd November 2020 to submit your program. Results will be available starting at 7pm on the 13th November.
As stated by @adventuron on Twitter, why not making an adventure game for this contest using Adventuron and the DAAD software ?
Don't hesitate to check the previous productions : CPCRetroDev 2019, but also the years before, they are gems to be found.
John Ward is working on a version of Atic Atac for Amstrad CPC (CPCWiki).
Thanks to Xporter and RVMEngine available for the Amstrad CPC framework CPCTelera v1.5 (WIP), you can already test the possibility of exporting your Amstrad CPC game to an Android program.
A new version of the ANSI-C compiler SDCC v3.8.0 is available since the 30th January 2020 for windows, linux and MacOS.
Sigh has finished all the artworks for his game Takedown (inspired by the game Dive Kick) for Amstrad CPC in mode 1 with 128 Kb of RAM. He is needed help from programmers to finish his game. If you can help him, just click on the source link just below.
A new game comes with this new version : Blaster Pilot, an arcade game inspired in part by Time Pilot (Konami).
After the announce by No Recess about Sonic GX on Amstrad GX-4000 game, Novabug is showing the first level alone then a four screen comparison with the Mega Drive, Master System et Master Gear versions !
One thing about this version is the game Happy Monty (11th at CPCRetroDev 2019), you should read this article about how the game is done (spanish).
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