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Hi, 

I use CC65 (for VIC-20, Atari, C64 etc.), z88dk (for zx-spectrum, Amstrad, MSX, etc.) C-compilers and emulators. Very decent and easy way to develop new software for old 8-bit machines.

Hi!

Well.. I wanted to create something like a bitmap mode game for VIC-20 (VIC does not have a real bitmap mode) and I'm a fan of Cauldron II game.
Just tested my drawing routines and added few software sprites. No design plans. :D

Hi, 

Feel free to use my free retro games. You can find and download them from my homepage : www.riimukivi.net

Hi,

Main functionalities of my games are written in C (CC65 compiler), but fast routines are written in asm.
I use these tutorials: http://www.6502.org/tutorials/

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Hi,

I tested it with VICE 3.1 (mac) and it worked ok. 

Here few tips:

Configure extra mem  (32k or more): Settings -> Resource Inspector.. -> Machine -> RAM -> check all blocks 0-5 -> restart if needed -> VIC-20 Screen shows "28159 bytes free"

Attach D64 disk image : File -> Attach Disk Image -> Unit #8 -> (and select .D64 file)

Load the game : type = LOAD "*",8,1 and type = RUN

Br, Mika