I'm listening to Equinoxe, Jean-Michel Jarre's 1978 #synthesizer masterpiece.
Loco's gameplay wasn't remarkable, but associating Equinoxe Part 5's beat with a running steam locomotive was a stroke of genius.
I'm getting good #Amiga / #C64 / #DemoScene vibes from my #SoundCloud weekly playlist:
Lizardking's Theme is an iconic #demoscene tune, but... which demo was it in? Was it #c64 or #amiga? I can't remember...
I'm very happy with my #SoundCloud weekly playlist:
The format is trivial... I think it's 2 bytes of load address followed by the raw data. No checksum. But how did people save their asm code without an emulator?
I guess I could write a BASIC program which calls OPEN and PRINT# to dump the memory into a file, but it there must be an easier way... right?
I have a #C64 asm programming question.
A few years ago, I used VICE's monitor to write some asm code directly in memory at $C000, and then I "saved" it into a snapshot.
I was able to re-install that particular VICE version and reload the snapshot, but now... how do I save it into a proper PRG file?
Listening to Reformation 3 🎧👍
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