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Also The coding to translate my ZX Spectrum code to Windows 10 Small Basic was really intrigued, not so easy to understand the mechanic to convert a variable like in zx Spectrum but i did it!!! The jam is almost finished the small game is done i'm happy working in the major of the platforms. Enjoy!
Now I have built a Windows 10 version in Small Basic, you need only to download HCK1.zip uncompress and click htl inside HCK folder to go!
It's a 1 player game you have to find the password given by programmer.
h/\k1ng Th3 L0g0n
The game built is really cool! but there is some problem in the positioning the objects, i have found difficulties in positioning the case in a right way to add components, can be i'm not so in practice with this game but i think it must be simplified.
Thank you for your contribution
Hello, There are various version 2 (1player) and 2 (2 or more players) i can recommend the last it's 1 player and more developed.
1 Player new additions, Now you have to find the pass and you will have access to the Bash to find access to BASIC. Recommended by Developer. Here the link to online game : https://archive.org/details/htlp1s2
1. Hi there! What's your name? Want to introduce yourself?
Hello! My name is Matteo Trevisan nickname Toolkitman I'm active in the 8-16 bit programming scene, i'm an old school Hardware Specialist. 43 years old : P.
2. Did you participate in the last jam we held? If so, what do you plan on doing better this time? If not, what's your reason for joining?
No never partecipate, I want to take part to try to build a new 2020 easy game.
3. What games are your favorites? Did any of them inspire you, or made you want to make your own?
Galaxian, Space Invaders, Beakout but every game inspire my mind.
4. Do you have experience with game development? What did you do/with what engine?
I program the old style way. Buy writing directly in the emulator or machine. Sometimes i use to program in a Notebook and copy paste it.
5. Tell us about something you're passionate about!
Computers, Robots, Artificial Intelligence, Consoles.
6. What are your goals for this game jam?
Just take part and enjoy the fun!
7. Any advice to new participants?
Program, program and enjoy!
8. What can the admins do to improve your jam experience?
I think it's ok!
9. What are some of the past works you've made for the jam? Show off your favorites!
I take part to the 2017 ZX Spectrum 8 bit jam and made some programs. An 8bit piano synth and other games.
10. Bonus: Got any question suggestions? Let us know for next year!
A little gift to the winner and partecipants.
Hello! This is my attempt to make a less than 10 lines of 8 bit Sinclair Spectrum basic codeing, The game is very simple compared to the one built today for PC's and Consoles but gives his joy! Your friend will select a password to make you find and choose any kind of complexity possible with a ZX Spectrum keyboard.
You are an old man, you own a ZX Spectum128k desktop computer where inside it is coded all your life gain (Yep in 8 bit!) it's a program that let go inside your Sinclair BASIC programming language. You have found a bug but your friend accidentally have changed your password. Your only way out is to find that password to correct your so important logon program.
Hello, I'm Matteo Trevisan aka Toolkitman, i started with my first basic computer with a C64 at 6 years old in 84'. I never used a Spectrum until this year that i found fuse emulator and i made by myself a fully recreated compatible keyboard working also with my built ZX Sinclair Spectrum system for Raspberry pi. I started programming some games with the book of Gary Plowman and able just to code in Applesoft and Microsoft Basic i made my own programs and games. I hope to be soon an owner of an original and true Sinclair Spectrum. In this Jam session i have published some games and soundtracks i have made. I hope you all enjoy my works.. because programming for fun or not for fun is alwayse a work! ; )