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07/12/2020

How strange and wicked was our Link?


English
The Amstrad CPC (short for Colour Personal Computer) is a series of 8-bit home computers produced by Amstrad between 1984 and 1990. It was designed to compete in the mid-1980s home computer market dominated by the Commodore 64 and the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, where it successfully established itself primarily in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and the German-speaking parts of Europe.

Català
Amstrad CPC va ser el nom d'una sèrie d'ordinadors domèstics de 8 bits produïda per Amstrad durant la dècada del 1980 i inici dels anys 1990. «CPC» és un acrònim per Colour Personal Computer, encara que fos possible comprar un CPC amb un monitor monocrom (fòsfor verd, GT64/65) en substitució al monitor estàndard en color (CTM640/644).

Wikipedia

Amstrad CPC animated and static graphics revision & collection, created with Basic 1.1 programming language, during the 80s and 90s.

Col·lecció i revisió de grafics estàtics i animats d'Amstrad CPC, creats amb el llenguatge de programació Basic 1.1, durant la dècada dels 80 i 90.

Original code ripped from https://cpcrulez.fr

S'ha extret el codi original de la pàgina https://cpcrulez.fr

3D Colour Animation by Peter Bowers, published in "Your Computer", 1986

Animation Coloree by Jean-Pierre LALEVEE, published in "Microstrad", 1986

Bouncing Ball by Jörg Ehehal, published in "CPC Amstrad International", 1990

BLITTER by Paul Bond, published in "Amstrad Action" (UK) & "The Amstrad User" (Australia), 1986-87

Broken T.V.Screen Clear by Mark Wood, published in "Amstrad Computer User", 1989

Conveyor Belt, published in "Amstrad Action", 1986

Cube, Published in "Amstrad Computer User", 1991

Curtains, Published in "Amstrad Computer User", 1991

Dionysian Spiral, published by Amstrad Action, 1985

Farbspielereien Colors by Andreas Grosche, published in "CPC Amstrad International", 1992

Kaleidoscope by R.Watts, published in "Computing with the Amstrad", 1987

Landscapes by Martyn Harrison published in "Amstrad Action", 1987

3D Colour Animation by Peter Bowers, published in "Your Computer", 1986

Random Lines by D.L Lau, published in "Amstrad Action", 1987

Rotating Sphere, published in "Amstrad Action", 1986

Scrolling Scenery by Andrew Wyatt, published in "Computing With the Amstrad", 1988 (Part 1)

Scrolling Scenery by Andrew Wyatt, published in "Computing With the Amstrad", 1988 (Part 2)

Swirl, published in "Amstrad Action", 1986

Yin und Yang mit BOS by Björn Hansen, published in "CPC Magazin", 1987

The Landscape Creator, published by "Brian James Software", 1986

Fraktal Generator 3D, published by "DMV Software", 1988

 


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