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Offline zhulien

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CPC Game Asset Website
« on: 05:03, 07 July 21 »
Would there be much interest in general (if there are none already) in me setting up a CPC Game Asset website?  One which artists can upload spritesheets, images, music files for others to use?  Are there enough contributors of assets in the CPC World to make it worth while?  Are there any similar cross platform sites anyone is aware of?


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Re: CPC Game Asset Website
« Reply #1 on: 10:03, 07 July 21 »
Would it also include sheets from old titles?
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Re: CPC Game Asset Website
« Reply #2 on: 10:11, 07 July 21 »
Would it also include sheets from old titles?


I would have no issues with that as but id probably need to moderate it in case someone requests it's removal.
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Re: CPC Game Asset Website
« Reply #3 on: 10:17, 07 July 21 »
Yeah, understandable. Just asking because I love looking at spritesheets :)
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Re: CPC Game Asset Website
« Reply #4 on: 13:11, 07 July 21 »
Mr. Lou has set up https://indiegamemusic.com/ where you can find a few retro sound tracks, including some for the Amstrad.

On itch.io and opengameart.org you can find plenty old school GFX and sprites. It usually works better for 16bit machines as the sprites are often too big or have too many colors and adjusting them to the 2:1 aspect ration of the Amstrad pixels can be tricky or impossible (for a non-pixel-artist).

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