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Programming / Re: Repository for CPC sources.
« Last post by Curlypaul on Today at 03:58 »
Another GIT fan here I'm afraid!

Although I agree that githubs UI isn't my favourite, it's where I've put my stuff so far. I'll have a look at gitlabs for an upcoming project that needs to be private though, don't think we'll need a pr process which seems to be the things people complain about the most
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News & Events / AMTIXCPC - ISSUE 2 - OUT NOW!
« Last post by csb1980 on Today at 03:43 »
Hey CPC Fans, AMTIXCPC - Issue 2 is out now!
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I've now had confirmation from DoctorCPC that the dlogin.com does the trick with his PCW with the attached Gotek as B:.   He can now read CF2 images in his B: as well as the CF2DD that were working OK before.   So he can start sorting out his disks/files and get his A: (real) disks organised as he wishes.

I'll get the relevant files sorted out to attach here.  Save anyone else having to mess with the PMA archive.

Geoff
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Amstrad CPC hardware / Re: Amstrad GX4000 / Plus cartridge PCB
« Last post by TotO on Today at 00:10 »
It looks something similar to what you want to do with the PLAY2CPC  8)
The Play2CPC allows to write the cartridges directly from the CPC.
It is more close to what is doing the X-MEM or the good old CTC-AY project.
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Amstrad CPC hardware / Re: Amstrad GX4000 / Plus cartridge PCB
« Last post by abalore on Yesterday at 23:54 »
It seems easier to have a cartridge PCB with a ZIF socket for development.
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Amstrad CPC hardware / Re: Amstrad GX4000 / Plus cartridge PCB
« Last post by ChrisJames on Yesterday at 23:31 »
Well... It is probably the C4CPC grandfather. ;D
Nothing official here, despite the Amstrad logo.
It looks something similar to what you want to do with the PLAY2CPC  8)
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Games / CPC Bullet : The Game ! :)
« Last post by TITAN (Eric Cubizolle) on Yesterday at 22:01 »
Hello everyone,

You've been teased over and over again with CPC screenshots ... well know that it has now become a reality!

"CPC Bullet", the game imagined, written and developed in record time is finally available for download in its final DSK version! (download link at the bottom of this post)



Humphrey Difalco, better known by the pseudonym Agent H, is a spy who works tirelessly against the underworld. Prone to draw his semi-automatic first rather than expand into futile preliminary discussions, his hasty methods towards the Mafia have earned him some small calls to order from his organization…. But whatever, his undeniable efficiency and great loyalty always find favor in the eyes of Skiner, his boss, who constantly entrusts him with the most important, but also the most perilous, missions.
It must be said that Humphrey carries on his chores with as much composure as with success.
Yet today, it is much more than his diligence at work that our secret agent is going to have to implement. Because this time around, Rodolpho Cosca, one of the Mafia's biggest bosses, attacked him personally by kidnapping his colleague (but also girlfriend): Agent L!
So, more determined than ever and gun in hand, Humphrey comes to the aid of his beauty, determined to kill with a bullet between his eyes all the pathetic gangsters who oppose him.
Aim fast and well, Humprhey!

In CPC Bullet, you play as Agent H. The object of the game is to eliminate all the gangsters, until the last one. To do this, you have a pistol that you have to tilt as judiciously as possible so that the bullet takes a trajectory that will allow it to reach its target. But beware of ricochets and returns of balls!

Official project web page (download): http://amigamuseum.emu-france.info/Fichiers/sites/cpcbullet/cpcbullet.html
DSK file : http://amigamuseum.emu-france.info/Fichiers/sites/cpcbullet/cpc_bullet_v3_final.dsk

Good game everyone ! ;)
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Amstrad CPC hardware / Re: Amstrad GX4000 / Plus cartridge PCB
« Last post by gerald on Yesterday at 21:49 »
Somebody know this cartridge


https://twitter.com/anakintf/status/1459907093780217856
Looks like a cartridge with a flash instead of eprom.
The red/black wire are used to carry WEN/OEN to the cartrige PCB (these are not wired to the cartrige connector).

So it's a nice way to avoid unplugging the flash from its socket when you need to reflash it.
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Amstrad CPC hardware / Re: Amstrad CPC 3" floppy to the PC
« Last post by rpalmer on Yesterday at 21:44 »
hi rzookol,
In short yes as there are articles to connect the CPC to PC standard 3.5 inch drives. To connect a CPC 3 inch drive to a PC some parts of the cable are left unconnected.
rpalmer
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Amstrad CPC hardware / Re: Amstrad GX4000 / Plus cartridge PCB
« Last post by TotO on Yesterday at 20:52 »
Well... It is probably the C4CPC grandfather. ;D
Nothing official here, despite the Amstrad logo.
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