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Start page FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Split Personalities (Domark, 1986) and 4x4 Off-Road Racing (Epyx, 1988). Amiga Love - JiffyDOS | On the Amiga Love website Bulletdust wrote a blog about JiffyDOS in combination with a SD2IEC device. Gregory Naçu - GeoRAM, DigiMAX & NMI | Gregory Naçu wrote a comprehensive article on GeoRAM, DigiMAX and NMI programming. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: The Way of the Exploding Fist (Melbourne House, 1985) and Zamzara (Hewson/Rack-It, 1988). Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Chasing down HyperRAM controller bugs, Fixing the remaining ethernet RX bugs and OpenROMs Update. Amiga Love - CMD | On the Amiga Love website intric8 wrote a blog about the company Creative Micro Designs (CMD) that produced JiffyDOS and the SuperCPU. Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Debugging IEC port and testing the MEGA65 R3 motherboards. Retrohax - Spay painting | Retrohax has written a blog about spray painting computer cases. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: It's a Knockout! (Ocean Software, 1986) and Nero 2000 (Bio-Syntax Method Oy, 1987). Mega65 | Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Porting a Wolfenstein-type engine to the MEGA65, Hibernated 2, Built-in Sprite Editor Progress, MEGAphone and MEGA65 Developer's Kits (DevKits). My64 - Knight's Quest | On the My64 webpage you can find links, media, reviews, game instructions, hi-scores, tips & tricks and much more. You can now read a review of the game Knight's Quest for the Commodore C128. This game was written by Jon Mattson in 1991. Assemble IT | Richard from TND has updated his Assemble IT machine language tutorial. New source-codes available: Blastopia DX, Let's Invade 2 and Planet Popper. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Dragonfire (Imagic, 1982) and Slicks 'n' Slide (Digital Footmark, 1993-2017). Nybbles and Bytes - Assembly (5) | The YouTube channel Nybbles and Bytes makes videos about retro computers. In this episode: Shift instructions. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: l'Abbaye des Morts (Locomalito, 2010) and FireTrap (Data East, 1986). Assemble IT | Richard from TND has updated his Assemble IT machine language tutorial. Tynemouth Software - VIC20 | Tynemouth Software has written a blog about how the Commodore VIC20 works. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page that writes about retro games. But the difference is that this blog compares the games between the different computers like the C64, Amiga, MSX, NES, CPC, DOS, etc. The most recent comparisons are: Revs (Acornsoft, 1984) and Microcosm (Firebird, 1985). 8-Bit Show & Tell - C64 SID music | Robin Harbron made another video. This time he talks about playing SID music on the Commodore C64 via BASIC and via an IRQ. Laird's Lair - Commodore C900 | Laird's Lair has made a video about the Commodore C900 computer. 8-Bit Show & Tell - C128 TRON | Robin Harbron made another video. This time he talks about the TRON, HELP and TRAP command of the Commodore 128. 8-Bit Show & Tell - C128 PLAY | Robin Harbron made another video. This time he talks about the PLAY command of the Commodore 128. Aaron Baugher - C128 Assembly #44 | Aaron Baugher made a series of YouTube videos about assembly language programming. In this episode: Relocating Zero Page and Stack. FRGCB | FRGCB (Finnish Retro Game Comparison Blog) is a web page for retro games. You can now watch a video blog about the game: The Last Ninja. AmigaLove - The Amiga Development System | A new article on the Amiga Love web page about the Amiga Development System. Commodore made a special development edition of the Amiga 1000 to send to software and game developers before releasing the Amiga 1000 to the public. C64 Bedtime Coding | Phaze101 is writing a series of articles related to the 6502 Assembly language programming on the Commodore C64. The intention is to learn this while having fun. Exploring the Amiga | Leonardo Giordani is writing a blog about programming on the Amiga computer. The topics in his blog are: Branching, Init, FindPos, InsertNode, Remove, AddLibrary, Manual decompilation, The complete Exec vector table and The memory list header. Retro 64 Blog | Marcello from the web page Retro 64 Blog is making a series about programming on the Commodore C64. A few examples are: Unnew, SID music, Merge, Keyboard buffer, drawing ellipses and programming a digital clock. Exploring the Amiga | Leonardo Giordani is writing a blog about programming on the Amiga computer. He writes about the library jump table, reserved vectors, types & structures, exec library and the vector table. Daniel Renner - The C64 Mini | Daniel Renner made a video about The C64 Mini. He played games, loaded programs from the USB stick and tested additional joysticks. Wiebo de Wit - C128 Assembly (3) | Wiebo de Wit has written a blog about programming assembly on the Commodore C128. He uses Kick Assembler, Sublime Text and VICE to develop programs. In this part: VDC (8563) Chip, RAM, Matrix Data, Attribute Data, Character Definitions, Fonts and Display. Trevor's Amiga Blog | Trevor Dickinson writes a blog about the Amiga. This time he writes about: We are Amiga, Tower 57, Commodore: The Amiga Years (Brian Bagnall), Polaris - the Amiga's new North Star, AmigaOne X1000, Dr. Stephen Hawking, AmigaOne A1222, Portable Portia, MorphOS and RetCon - retro gaming festival.