A new version of my Horace Goes Skiing Remake is now available for download. This new version has been completely rewritten with the following new features;
- Graphics hardware acceleration for better performance on modern PCs.
- Re-sizable window mode.
- Selectable resolution for full screen mode.
- Re-definable keys.
- Three difficulty modes; Easy, Normal and Hard.
- Ski section scoring is now correct.
- Adjustable volume for sound effects and music.
You can download the new version here.
I have uploaded the first version of my Collision Mask Module for Monkey-X.
The Collision Mask Module is a module for the Monkey-X programming language to perform pixel perfect collision detection.
All the code is open source. The Collision Mask Utilities programs are licenced under the MIT licence and the Monkey-X module is public domain.
There are more details on the Collision Mask Module page.
I’ve written a new game for Android phones and tablets called Invaders.
You can download it here.
After 12 years of work, well, probably less than a year, but definitely with an 11 year gap in the middle, I am proud to present my remake of the classic ZX Spectrum game Horace Goes Skiing.
After an exclusive demonstration at the Spectrum 30 show in September 2012, the game is finally finished.
You can find it here.
I have uploaded an AM62 terminfo file that I wrote a long time ago.
It allows you to use a real AM62, AM62A or AM65 terminal or terminal emulator with Unix and Linux.
You can find it here
I’ve uploaded a couple of my Amiga games that I wrote a long time ago. Thankfully they survived the “Great Floppy Disposal”.
You can find them here.
I’m just setting up my new website.
I’ve started to upload my old BeOS software just for archive reasons.
There’s some new software that will be uploaded Real-Soon-Now™.