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cj7hawk

Thanks for that - Your archive is amazing. :)

Is there any reason that the games stop at "I"?

I always assumed you were still in the process of updating, but I noticed that this hasn't changed in a long time, and you've updated elsewhere, so wondered if it might be a bug?

Thanks
David

GeoffB17

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robcfg

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Quote from: cj7hawk on 17:40, 11 June 22Thanks for that - Your archive is amazing. :)

Is there any reason that the games stop at "I"?

I always assumed you were still in the process of updating, but I noticed that this hasn't changed in a long time, and you've updated elsewhere, so wondered if it might be a bug?

Thanks
David
Ok, I know what happens.

Jevicac divided the list into fully preserved and scanned and incompletely preserved and scanned, but the full list is only in the spanish translation of the page: https://habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:juegos:indice

Check that one.

jevicac

Good morning, today we leave you with another game for the Amstrad PCW. In this case a sports simulator programmed in Mallard Basic called "Head Coach V3". In it, we will become a real American football coach, where we will try to win the league. A very complete simulator of the most real. This was published by the Coda Software company in 1988. I hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:juegos:head_coach_v3

jevicac

Good afternoon, after a long work and after consulting information about the Amstrad PCW games, we have decided to update the list of commercial games. The PCWWiki is already up to date and the games will be uploaded little by little since it involves a long work of scanning, retouching, etc. There are games created by current new users that will be published separately. At the same time, we ask that if you have any game that is not preserved or that is not on the list and that you can communicate it or send us the scans or dsk images of them, we would appreciate it. pcwwiki@gmail.com

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:juegos:indice

jevicac

Thanks to Jose Antonio Guirao Fernández, from Tenerife, for his donation to the PCWWiki of 165 discs with software for Amstrad PCW. Thanks to him we have been able to preserve many programs, although they are not original.

cj7hawk

That is not a small number? How many of them were new programs that you didn't already have, out of interest?

Thanks again for the great work -

David

jevicac

There are repeated programs, but you have to look at the versions. Of the Spanish many without preserving and many that I have saved that I have to scan

jevicac

Hello. After a lot of hard work we have transformed the PCWwiki website. Now you can find the latest updates in Spanish and English. I hope you continue to enjoy it as always. Cheers

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:start

jevicac

From PCWWiki we leave you with a new game programmed in Mallard Basic by Mike Noels called "Kingdom of Craal". This conversational game created in 1987 takes us on a medieval adventure with a magician, king and princess, where we will become its hero. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:kingdom_of_craal

jevicac

Good afternoon, today from PCWWiki we leave you with another great and traditional game for PCW's. This time it is the famous 4 in lines or connect 4 board game. It was written in 1987 in Mallard Basic by Wayne Gordon. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:connect_four

jevicac

Good evening, from PCWWiki we leave you with a puzzle game called "SAFECRACKER". In it we will have to find the combination between 10 series of numbers and letters to be able to open the safe. It was written in the year 1987 by Philips T Lawson and programmed in Mallard Basic. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:safecrack

jevicac

Goodnight. Today from PCWWiki we leave you with another wonderful game programmed in Mallard Basic in 1988 by John Filsak. It is the classic game of ships or sinking the fleet, but in this case it is played in an office destroying the furniture placed in different places. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:office_battleships

jevicac

Entertaining and fun game where we will have to demonstrate our agility and speed when it comes to killing some spiders that reproduce all over the screen. Hopefully you like it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:aranas

jevicac

Good morning, today we bring from PCWWiki a game with good graphics for PCW's. This time it's THE REBELLION OF THE GODS by Xavier Artigas from the year 1988. It's an arcade where just with the cursor keys and the space bar, we'll go through different screens killing ghosts with a rifle or a flamethrower. Its author warns us that after the fifth screen there is a surprise. Let's see which of you ends up getting to it first. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:la_rebelion_de_los_dioses

jevicac

We leave you from PCWWiki with an extraordinary game with graphic quality called Master-Mind published in 1988 by Gustavo Ernesto García Pérez. This game deals with deciphering color codes very similar to the famous pencil and paper. To guess the key we have ten possible combinations, in each of which the computer will tell us if they are correctly placed or if they belong to the combination but are not in the right place. Let's enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:master_mind_espanol

jevicac

Again from PCWWiki, we bring you another great game to get out of boredom. This is the famous game Othello or Reversi, programmed by Angel Zarazaga in 1987. Enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:othello_espanol

jevicac

And ...... we continue with the listings in Mallard Basic from the PCWWiki. Again we leave you with Othello written in 1990 by Richard Hopkins in its English version and graphic quality. Let's enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:othello_ingles

jevicac

Here is the list of games published from the PCWWiki in Mallard Basic in case you want to enjoy one that was previously published. We will continue with more publications.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:games_for_mallard_basic

jevicac

Hello. From PCWWiki today we publish a new very simple but entertaining game. Published by Hamish McFee in the year 1987 called "TRAPPER". Our goal is to corner the labyrinth monster as quickly as possible and corner it so that it cannot move. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:trapper

jevicac

Hello. From PCWWiki we leave you with another game similar to hangman called CHOMP. It was written in 1990 by M.A. Owen and it is entertaining to hang out with. It is about guessing the name of an animal in seven attempts, but failures have their consequences. Each time the spider will come down hanging from a thread to get closer and closer to the poor caterpillar and eat it. but if we get it right it will run out of the spider's clutches. We hope you enjoy it.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:chomp

jevicac

Good evening, from PCWWiki we leave you with an entertaining card game called POKER FOLIES. This French game in Mallard Basic is from the year 1986 and as its name indicates it is a card game of the famous Poker. We hope you enjoy it

P.D.: We have translated it into Spanish since the program is French, in case someone is encouraged to another language since there are only a few lines that make it up.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:poker_folies

JohnElliott

Quote from: jevicac on 10:58, 27 June 22Hello. After a lot of hard work we have transformed the PCWwiki website. Now you can find the latest updates in Spanish and English. I hope you continue to enjoy it as always. Cheers

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:start
Interesting -- I hadn't seen a picture of the SpeedPrint interface before. Has its ROM been dumped?

jevicac

Hello John, who is in charge of electronics is Habi. I have sent him an email. As soon as I have news, I will let him know or he will personally answer you. Cheers

jevicac

Good afternoon, today from PCWWiki we leave you with an Arkanoid-type Mallard Basic game programmed by Cyril Henard in 1990. The game whose name is "LE BOUSCULE TOUT" consists of two programs. "CREATION" where we will create the infinite game boards with scores that we want and "BOUSTOUS" which is the program that we will start once the game boards have been created. This loads board1 by default and once we pass the score that we have set, we will go to the next one. We have several functions where we can record the game, the score, etc. We hope you enjoy it.

PS: We have already created 6 game boards in the download file.

http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=en:le_bouscule_tout

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