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It's the fourth release : Onscreen indicators (hide them with -O); fixed bugs in ZXSEC that slowed emulation down when the frameskip wasn't zero, and another bug in audio recording on WAV files.
There is a graphical menu since the third release.
ACE v1.18 by Philippe Rimauro is an Amstrad CPC emulator for MorphOS.
Caprice Forever v2019-03 by Frédéric Coste is a modified version of the Caprice emulator (by Ulrich Doewich) for windows.
- Fix FDC read failure detection
- Fix FDC regression to load MegaBlasters
- Upgrade Graphics Explorer GUI
- Improve Memory Editor
- Preliminary CT-RAW image disk read
- Add 4M RAM expansion
- Add Digiblaster audio channel
- Fix minor bugs
You dont even think about it, mais there is something just up your 6128 disk drive :
It isnt very sexy, so why not giving your loving Amstrad CPC a cure of youth with something more complete and beautiful made by Frédéric Bellec of ACME web site ?
He also has another project of change :
The music of Pinball Dreams by Batman Group is available on soundcloud. It was written by SuTeKH/Epyteor and converted on Amstrad CPC by McKlain and RaFT/TRSI.
Arcade Game Designer v0.7.3 is a Windows (32/64) utility by Jonathan Cauldwell to write games for Timex/Next, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Acorn Electron, Dragon/Coco and Enterprise, without any knowing of programmation.
This new version adds : Windows 32 bit version, option to import AGD/AGDX games from TAP files, new options in the script generator, new tool to check for mistakes, 2 default fonts, numerous bug fixes, support for Acorn Electron, Dragon/Coco and Enterprise, updated documentation.
There is a forum about AGD.
After NoRecess's birthday cake, it's the turn for Xyphoe to receive a nice cake made by Mrs Xyphoe for his anniversary.
Orpheus 8-Bit by Bitlines is a remake of the adventure game Orphée released in 1985 by Loriciels. It was one of the two games I bought with Sorcery+ with my Amstrad CPC 664 the same year, sweet dreams. The video is done by Tarodius.
I will let you read two interviews of Jane Whittaker which are interesting :
The programming of Flying Shark was done just with the mother board of the arcade game, no more, no less. Graftgold had to find an arcade box and a TV set and play, play, play to write the Amstrad CPC conversion.
This emulator was his final project for the Computer Engineering postdegree at the Distance-Learning National University (Universidad Nacional de Enseñanza a Distancia, UNED), a project directed by professor José Manuel Díaz Martínez and ultimately awarded a 100% and the right to a mention of honour.
Slap Fight (A.L.C.O.N.) is a shoot them up already existing on Amstrad CPC since 1987. Abalore started to work on a remake in 2016 and today a second video of this remake is available with the first level of the game.
Abalore accepts every help possible to make this new remake.
Renegade is a beat them up released in 1987 on Amstrad CPC, edited by Ocean Software. On OursoN Retrogames's youtube channel, Kukulcan is showing a speedrun of 4 minutes on Renegade.