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CPC Related News
- 07/01/21: CPCemu has been released as version 2.0 after 11 years.
- 23/12/20: Ninja Carnage, new adventure by Resistance, has been released
- 10/11/20: FutureOS update
- 15/10/20: Crazy Blaster, an action game by Misfit
- 13/10/20: Preview of Corsair Trainer, shoot'em up by Bitplane Technomantes
- 08/10/20: Preview of Atic Atac, CPC port by John Ward
- 10/09/20: CPC Soccer, Kick Off like game published by Bitmap Soft
- 12/07/20: Mimo's Quest, a new game by Chris Perver, is under development
- 29/04/20: Dirk Headstrong and the Martian Madness, a new game by Zoë Robinson, is released
- 16/04/20: Kitsune's Curse, new game by usebox.net
- 03/02/20: Issue 1 of the relaunched Block 9 fanzine is now available!
- 25/01/20: The Queen's Footsteps, new adventure by Davide Bucci
Did you know?
- When the 664 was being developed, Sugar was already looking (and hinting publicly!) at the 6128
- The CPC 472 was a model released in Spain with an extra unaccessible 8 KB of RAM to circumvent a spanish tax that was charged on imported machines with up to 64 KB memory.
- With a possible total amount of 832 × 288 pixel (576 interlaced) the CPC was the 8 bit homecomputer with the highest screen resolution ever.
- OpenOffice for Windows/Linux is a direct descendant of StarWriter for the CPC.
- The transfer speed of the CPC Booster + serial interface is faster than a standard DSL connection.
- SymbOS can handle more than 50 times bigger hard discs than MS Windows 95A.
- FutureOS can load 178 KB in 9 seconds from floppy disc and manages up to 4 MB of RAM