Tuesday, February 24, 2015

[album] Relix (1996-2013) by 505

Howdy folx, had a good weekend I hope? Let me bring your attention to the new release by YM2149 master 505. Relix is one huge bag of unreleased material spanning a period of over 15 years. Enjoy!

A direct download is available through Enough Records.
An extended version in executable format can be found here (released back in the day at SillyVenture 2k13).

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

[demo] Incubus et Succubus (1985)

Is it an early H'n'T demo? A digital drug trip? A faulty character ROM?
No, it's an animation for the Commodore, made in 1985 by Francesco Fanelli and Nando Santagata. Enjoy (and thanks Goto80 for the find).

Saturday, February 14, 2015

[game] Castlevania: Spectral Interlude for ZX Spectrum Released

One of the most eagerly anticipated games in the Sinclair universe has finally been released. Castlevania: Spectral Interlude is the combined effort of some of the biggest names in the Spectrum scene: graphics by diver4d, music by darkman007, and code by SaNchez.

Downloads of the game, video footage, the soundtrack, and more can be found at the game's beautifully designed website at

[demo] Are We Dead Yet? by Dekadence

The time has come again again... what time, you ask? Well, the time to break my usual rule of not posting Amiga AGA stuff (don't get me wrong, I like all Amigas, I just consider AGA somewhat out of scope for this blog).

So, without further ado, here's the well-deserved winner of the Amiga compo at this years' Payback party, 'Are We Dead Yet?' by Dekadence, for the unexpanded Amiga 1200.

Download and discuss

Friday, February 13, 2015

[demo] Breathing Tree by Harekiet

Sorry for the silence folks... I'm not dead, just haven't stumbled across anything that really motivated me to post lately. Well, more than happy to break radio silence to tell you about this beautifully designed, fractal-ish 256 byte MS-DOS sizetro by Harekiet.

Download, sources, and discussion can be found here, as usual.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

[soft] Stuart's TI-99/4A Browser

Yes, that's right: The TI-99/4A now has it's own web browser. Stuart Conner is teaching ancient 16-bitter a few new tricks. Only a limited set of HTML tags is supported, but still... holy cow! An RS-232 extension (e.g. nanoPEB) as well as an RS-232 to RJ-45 converter (e.g. lantronix UDS-10) is required to make use of the browser.

Download and info

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

[demo] To The Future by Nyyrikki

A demo for the ultra-rare MSX turboR. Not much to see in terms of design (and probably slightly underwhelming in terms of effects), but considering the obscurity of the platform I just had to post it. Third place in the oldskool compo at Payback 2015 btw.

download and discuss