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VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby Brazil » Sun Jan 17, 2016 12:12 pm

Name: Péter és Pál
Author: Miklós Tihor & András Laczi
Released: 2016 january, original version written in 1985
Requirements: VIC20 with 3K expansion
Description: An action game for two person

Screenshot:
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Download: https://goo.gl/fqwFZO
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Winnetou

Postby Brazil » Sun Jan 17, 2016 12:16 pm

Name: Winnetou
Author: Miklós Tihor & András Laczi
Released: 2016 january, original version written in 1985
Requirements: VIC20 with 3K expansion
Description: Jumping action game

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Download: https://goo.gl/zKvPlA

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby tokra » Mon Feb 01, 2016 11:09 am

Name: ColorRun Retro
Author: tokra
Released: Feb, 1st, 2016 - March, 24th, 2016 for V2
Requirements: PAL VIC-20 unexpanded
Edit: Version 2 supports NTSC as well

Description: A VIC20-version of the browser-/mobile game of the same name. Just pick the lighter color. Sounds too easy, but isn't.
My entry for the Global Game Jam 2016. Done in under 48 hours at the University of Bremen Jam Site.

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Download: http://www.tokra.de/vic/colorrun/colorrun-v2.zip (V2)

Discuss: http://www.sleepingelephant.com/ipw-web/bulletin/bb/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=7812
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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby tokra » Wed Feb 24, 2016 4:02 pm

Name: MFLI-FCB-Convert
Author: tokra
Released: Feb, 24th, 2016
Requirements: PAL VIC-20 +24K RAM expansion

Description: A tool to split-up an MFLI-image into four FCB-images that can be edited with fcbpaint and which can then merged into a full MFLI-image again.

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Download: http://www.tokra.de/vic/mfli-fcb-convert/mfli-fcb-convert.zip

Discuss: http://sleepingelephant.com/ipw-web/bulletin/bb/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7859&p=85207

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby Mike » Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:18 pm

Name: Mah Jongg
Author: Mike
Released: March 27rd, 2016 on Revision
Requirements: VIC-20 with +24K RAM expansion, Joystick (another +8K in BLK5 for SJLOAD)
Description: tile-matching board game

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Download: mahjongg.zip

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby Jeff-20 » Tue Apr 19, 2016 11:51 pm

Name: Game Theory (remake)
Author: Jeffrey Daniels
Released: April 2016
Requirements: Vic 20 with no expansion
Description: an all BASIC, one-button, Skinner box, Wariowarish game that uses either Keyboard (any key) or Joystick (fire button).

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Download: http://www.sleepingelephant.com/denial/GameTheory-4.0.zip

Discuss: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=7961
High Scores, Links, and Jeff's Basic Games page.

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby Neo-Rio » Wed Apr 20, 2016 8:36 pm

Name: Telengard
Author: Daniel Lawrence (PET original), Nathan Butcher (VIC-20 porting)
Released: April 13th, 2016
Requirements: VIC-20 with +24K RAM expansion
Description: Vic-20 port of the classic Role-Playing Game

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Download: download/file.php?id=566

Fourm Thread here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=7946

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby Mike » Sat May 21, 2016 7:38 pm

Name: MINISKETCH
Author: Mike
Released: May 22nd, 2016
Requirements: VIC-20 with +8K RAM expansion, Lightpen
Description: Lightpen drawing program

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby tokra » Sat May 28, 2016 2:06 am

Name: Ultimem RAM-Expansion Chooser
Author: tokra
Released: May, 27th, 2016
Requirements: Ultimem-cartridge

Description: A RAM-Expansion Chooser-image for the Ultimem, so you can use it as a simple RAM-expansion for all your needs. Fastloader (SJLOAD) included.

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Discuss and Installation Instructions: http://sleepingelephant.com/ipw-web/bulletin/bb/viewtopic.php?f=11&p=87470#p87463

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby srowe » Sat Jun 04, 2016 8:46 am

Name: NuBasic4
Author: Simon Rowe
Released: June 2016
Requirements: VIC-20 with 8K in BLK5, VIC-1112 optional
Description: Extended BASIC with disk commands, works with both serial and IEEE-488 devices.

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Download: http://eden.mose.org.uk/download/nubasic4.zip

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby R'zo » Sun Jun 05, 2016 12:53 am

Name: Exit Plan Z
Author: Ryan Liston (R'zo)
Requirements: Vic-20, 16k expansion, joystick and a thirst for adventure.
Description: A zombie survival action micro rpg. Crawl through dark level after dark level of ravenous zs to escape a secret underground laboratory alive.

features
5 difficulty levels
Randomly generated levels
Multiple endings
Whack a Z battle system

d64+booklet (zip)-exit plan z 16k c=vic-20
d64-exit plan z 16k
(update) now at Zimmers-exit plan z 16k c=vic-20


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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby majikeyric » Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:20 am

Name: Athanor
Author: Majikeyric
Released: June 15, 2016
Requirements: VIC-20 with 32K RAM expansion
Description: adventure game

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Download the full package (D64, instructions, clues, plan, solution (in french)):
http://majikeyric.free.fr/wordpress/?wp ... 90bGluaw==

Read more and discuss Athanor here : viewtopic.php?f=10&t=8061
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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby R'zo » Sun Jun 26, 2016 12:48 am

Title: Micro Vicious
Author: R'zo (Ryan Liston)
Requirements: Unexpanded Vic-20, C=64 keyboard overlay(optional)
Description a monophonic synth that allows you to shift the tone, tune and the octaves of the vics 4 voices across 2 playable octaves.

download-Micro Vicious

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby R'zo » Wed Jul 13, 2016 11:48 pm

Title: Micro Vicious 2.0
Author: (R'zo) Ryan Liston
Language: Basic
Requirements: Unexpanded Vic, Disk drive or a sdiec interface and a c=64 keyboard overlay (optional).
Description: A monophonic musical synthesizer that gives 2 octave playable control over the vic chips 4 voices.

Features
-Works with c=64 keyboard overlay
-No noticeable latency
-Editable control over the octave, note layout and tune of the vics 4 voices
-Save and load up to 12 presets
-Downloadable .zip folder contains microvicious2.d64 disk image, a printable instruction manual and a type-in
version with instructions

Download-micro vicious 2.0

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Re: VIC-20 Software Releases of 2016

Postby aeb » Tue Oct 04, 2016 5:46 am

Dropout - Traditional block game for unexpanded VIC 20

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PAL version

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NTSC version

Dropout is tuned for fast play and implements many block game features that were not yet common in the golden 8-bit era:

- SRS (Super Rotation System: each piece has 4 orientations, except square)
- Hold function (swaps current piece with the last piece stored in HOLD box)
- Wall kicks (smoother play near walls or locked structures)
- Lock delay (pieces do not lock instantly)
- Infinite spin (movement and rotation reset the lock delay, easier to move)
- DAS (fast key repeat with delay)
- Shows next 6 pieces
- Ghost piece (white outline showing where the piece is dropping to)
- Pre-rotation (Rotate controls are read during the 100 ms line clear delay)
- T-Spin recognition (T-Spin clearing 2 lines is worth more than 4 lines)
- Most L, J, S, Z twists are possible, not all thoroughly tested though
- Scoring system similar to many recent block games, except no combos
- TGM-style randomizer: previous 4 pieces are less likely to appear again


Four game modes:

[F1] Standard Long Play - start slow, level up to insane speeds
[F3] 40 Lines - clear 40 lines as fast as possible, under a minute is great
[F5] 2-Minute Challenge - score as many points as you can in 2 minutes
[F7] Master Mode - start at level 15, if you make it to level 24 you're good


Keyboard controls:

[Shift] Hold - move current piece to hold box / swap with hold box piece
[Z] and [X] Rotate counter-clockwise / clockwise

[J] and [L] Move left / right

[I] Hard drop - drop piece instantly
[M] Soft drop - speed up piece falling


Joystick controls:

Up - Hard drop
Down - Soft drop
Left/Right - Move
Fire - Rotate piece counter-clockwise


PAL/NTSC differences:

- PAL version does a graphics hack to display 8x12 pixel square blocks
- NTSC version uses native "flat" pixel ratio and 8x8 blocks (and 60 Hz timer)

Have fun! :roll: :lol: :oops: :cry: :P :x :D :) :shock: :D :lol: :wink:

http://www.cncd.fi/aeeben/download/dropout.zip


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