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Hi, I am Dimitrios Karalis and I am very happy being part of the CPCWiki community. I live in Athens and I was born in 1974. During the period 1987-1995 I developed several applications for the CP/M-80 and the CPC6128. To name a few:  Hotel Manager, Technical Dictionary, CPCWrite, Basket Game Editor Tool, Music Metronome, Doctor's Database and Mission1990 (a Magnetic Scroll's type text adventure game). However, I never managed to release any of them! In 2002 I fitted a 3.5” and a 5.25” floppy drive in my old CPC6128, purchased a few external ROMs, some RAM expansion, a printer, an AMX mouse, a CTM monitor, an RS232C and a reset button. Thus the new CPC era had begun! In 2005 I released my first demo, the Monkey Island II, a 600 KB screen demo on the basis of the well known famous adventure game.
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Hi, I am Dimitrios Karalis and I am very happy being part of the CPCWiki community. I live in Athens and I was born in 1974. During the period 1987-1995 I developed several applications for the CP/M-80 and the CPC6128. To name a few:  Hotel Manager, Technical Dictionary, CPCWrite, Basket Game Editor Tool, Music Metronome, Doctor's Database and Mission1990 (a Magnetic Scroll's type text adventure game). However, I never managed to release any of them! In 2002 I fitted a 3.5” and a 5.25” floppy drive in my old CPC6128, purchased a few external ROMs, some RAM expansion, a printer, an AMX mouse, a CTM monitor, an RS232C and a reset button. Thus the new CPC era had begun! In 2005 I released my first demo, the Monkey Island 2 (see cpcrulez.fr), a 600 KB screen demo on the basis of the well known famous adventure game. Nowadays, I am mainly interested in collecting all CP/M-80 applications and OverScan Demos for the CPC.  
  
 
[[Cosmos|COSMOS]], the personal cost monitoring system, which runs under CP/M-80 is my biggest project for the CPC.
 
[[Cosmos|COSMOS]], the personal cost monitoring system, which runs under CP/M-80 is my biggest project for the CPC.

Latest revision as of 06:41, 21 February 2021

Hi, I am Dimitrios Karalis and I am very happy being part of the CPCWiki community. I live in Athens and I was born in 1974. During the period 1987-1995 I developed several applications for the CP/M-80 and the CPC6128. To name a few: Hotel Manager, Technical Dictionary, CPCWrite, Basket Game Editor Tool, Music Metronome, Doctor's Database and Mission1990 (a Magnetic Scroll's type text adventure game). However, I never managed to release any of them! In 2002 I fitted a 3.5” and a 5.25” floppy drive in my old CPC6128, purchased a few external ROMs, some RAM expansion, a printer, an AMX mouse, a CTM monitor, an RS232C and a reset button. Thus the new CPC era had begun! In 2005 I released my first demo, the Monkey Island 2 (see cpcrulez.fr), a 600 KB screen demo on the basis of the well known famous adventure game. Nowadays, I am mainly interested in collecting all CP/M-80 applications and OverScan Demos for the CPC.

COSMOS, the personal cost monitoring system, which runs under CP/M-80 is my biggest project for the CPC.

COSMOS v.26 was released in December 2020!.