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What was the best freebie game - Apart from [[Tetris]]

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EGGBuM
18% (2 votes)
Mog & Dog
0% (0 votes)
Captain Comic
36% (4 votes)
FADE
0% (0 votes)
Soul Magician
18% (2 votes)
SamTris
18% (2 votes)
Mushies
0% (0 votes)
SamMines
9% (1 vote)
Total votes: 11

Utility programmer for the SAM SC_ Steves Software coming soon

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I’m Steve Nutting the Sam Coupe Utility programmer with thanks to Simon Owens new Sim Coupe and renewed interest in the Sam will upload my vast catalogue of software.

This will take time as I don`t for example have a PC that will accept an internal floppy drive, only USB which will not except Floppy Disc loading on Simcoupe.

I started off with SCASSEMBLER in May 1990 5 months after the Sam coupe was first released most of the work was done on the Spectrum months before the Sam came onto the market.

Some of the other authors earlier Sam programs were created with my Assembler.

The last program was SCWORDPro one of the longest and complex programs I had written.

I also hope to upload all the source for all the utility software as well as the pdf manuals, so you can see for yourself just how hard I had to work as I created my own routines rather than use the Sam Rom.

This will also quickly verify and prove that I have indeed programmed and allowed my software to be shared with all those interested.

All the best,
Steve

Version 1.0 of SimCoupe released

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A new version of Sim Coupe has been released! Version 1.0 has got lots and lots of new features, including:

  • Compatibility will all Sam Coupé software
  • Also supports some external Sam peripherals (mouse, printer interface, SamDAC, hard disks, clocks)
  • Support for Extended DSK images, for software with unusual disk formats (some worldofsam disk images already require this)
  • Runs on pretty-much every current platform (Windows, MacOS X Universal Binary, Linux, Solaris, Pocket PC, BeOS / ZETA, DOS, Amiga, PSP)

    It’s Free - download it today!

  • Comment captcha

    Site Maintenance

    Due to an outbreak of comment spam, I have implemented a simple CAPTCHA process for unregistered users. Anonymous comments are still allowed, but before comments can be posted you must prove you’re not an automaton by typing the requested word into the box provided.

    This change does not affect logged-in registered users.

    Some downtime on Saturday

    Site Maintenance

    I’ll be performing some updates to the software which drives worldofsam on Saturday afternoon or evening. Don’t be surprised or worried if worldofsam is temporarily unavailable.

    Another Golden ASIC on eBay

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    Another Golden ASICs on eBay:
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8814812022

    Item expires 31-May-06 20:15:00 BST

    Golden ASIC on EBAY

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    Colin MacDonald writes on the Sam Users Mailing List:

    I’ve stuck one (Golden ASICs) I still have up on eBay in case anyone else is interested
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8808694464

    Item expires 15-May-06 23:07:59 BST

    Functionality Musings

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    Some thoughts I’ve had:

    1. A field of ‘More Info Required’ that can be listed in a similar way to ‘Missing in Action’ to show which entries are a bit light on content or where the author is unsure of the info?

    2. A related people list like related products?

    3. Can the related products do a less-fuzzy match so that it treats the freelinked text as whole rather that as space delimited so that ‘Andy Monk’ doesn’t match any other ‘Andy’s?

    4. Removing anonymous comments or adding anonymous editing with registered users able too roll-back to pervious versions.

    /braindump

    Front page

    Site Maintenance

    Can we have a quick link to ‘Hardware’ as there is probably enough content to justify it?

    Products List

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    Is it possible to add the type e.g. game/utility to the listing on the ‘Products’ list?

    Reason being is that for items that are created just as ‘Software’ (the default) it’s hard to check if they have been correctly allocted to a catagory.

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