Incredible. Someone reverse-engineered the 3D renderer of Frontier: Elite II for the and wrote a player in C capable of rendering the intro on modern graphics. Looks identical to me, including the sound.

Note: this isn't an Amiga emulator, it's a rewrite of the rendering engine, similar to ScummVM, but limited to the 3D graphics and synth.

The 8-Bit Guy is back with a fun documentary on rare and bizarre media types.

I've only ever seen a small fraction of them in real life.

My Amiga bookshelf is still at my mom's house, in the bedroom where I grew up :amiga:

I gave TheC64 Mini to a friend's kids because I wanted to play with it.

I just found out that the catchy tune of the C64 game Daley Thompson's Decathlon was originally composed by a Japanese electronic music band called Yellow Magic Orchestra.

Finally! A team of passionate engineers restored the mythical Apollo Guidance Computer, and got it to run again after 50 years of inactivity.

I had heard that the Sinclair ZX80 wasn't great, but I would have never guessed it was *this* bad.


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