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  1. VolksForth X16 View File VolksForth Readme VolksForth is a 16bit Forth System produced by the German Forth Gesellschaft e.V. The main repository lives here: https://github.com/forth-ev/VolksForth Major development of this system was done between 1985 until 1989. The VolksForth Project was revived in 2005 with the goal to produce a managable Forthsystem for computer systems with restricted system resources. Some modern Forth Systems were influenced by or were derived from VolksForth (GNU-Forth, bigForth). The current Version of VolksForth is 3.81. Version 3.9.x will be interim versions on the way to sync all VolksForth targets and move towards compliance with the 2012 Forth standard. Version 3.8.x is based on the Forth 83 standard, Version 4.00 will be based on the current 2012 Standard (https://forth-standard.org). At this time VolksForth is available for this Systems: VolksForth MS-DOS (Intel x86 architecture i8086/i186/i286/i386/i486 etc) VolksForth 6502 (Commodore 64, Commodore Plus 4, Commander X16, Apple 1, Apple ][, Atari XL/XE) VolksForth Z80 (CP/M, Schneider CPC) VolksForth 68000 (Atari ST, Amiga with EmuTOS) Copyright The VolksForth Sources are made available under the terms of the BSD Lizenz - http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php The Handbook is Copyright (c) 1985 - 2020 Forth Gesellschaft e.V. ( Klaus Schleisiek, Ulrich Hoffmann, Bernd Pennemann, Georg Rehfeld, Dietrich Weineck, Carsten Strotmann). (most of the Information is still in german. We are planning to provide future versions with englisch documentation) Have fun with VolksForth the VolksForth Team Submitter pzembrod Submitted 11/14/20 Category Dev Tools  
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  2. First off, I doubt that cc65 ever will implement the C99 rules about where variables can be defined. Second, it's the other way around. "Empty parameter lists" is the old-fashioned K & R style. "void parameter lists" is the modern, C Standard style. The current version of cc65 accepts both styles. Version 2.17 might not accept the old-fashioned style. The current cc65 compiles those examples -- in either style, with assignment or with initiation -- without any complaints.
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  3. So what modern games, if any, do you like to currently play? Or what style of game? Remakes and remasters count! Except for my little RetroPie, I only game on PC these days, no room for many consoles. Though my daughter has a Nintendo Switch, neat little console. Most of what I play is easily visible on my Steam page, since I use it for 99% of my modern gaming. https://steamcommunity.com/id/trstrider/ My most liked games as of late have been ... Ark: Survival Evolved, Doom, No Mans Sky, Serious Sam, Borderlands, and Farm Together. Every so often I play Battlefield 4, when I want a challenge. Of course, there is a spattering of retro remakes and remasters that I love like Command & Conquer Remastered Collection, Crystal Caves HD, and Shadowgate. I like to play a lot of cooperative titles with family. Loads of fun!
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    VolksForth Readme VolksForth is a 16bit Forth System produced by the German Forth Gesellschaft e.V. The main repository lives here: https://github.com/forth-ev/VolksForth Major development of this system was done between 1985 until 1989. The VolksForth Project was revived in 2005 with the goal to produce a managable Forthsystem for computer systems with restricted system resources. Some modern Forth Systems were influenced by or were derived from VolksForth (GNU-Forth, bigForth). The current Version of VolksForth is 3.81. Version 3.9.x will be interim versions on the way to sync all VolksForth targets and move towards compliance with the 2012 Forth standard. Version 3.8.x is based on the Forth 83 standard, Version 4.00 will be based on the current 2012 Standard (https://forth-standard.org). At this time VolksForth is available for this Systems: VolksForth MS-DOS (Intel x86 architecture i8086/i186/i286/i386/i486 etc) VolksForth 6502 (Commodore 64, Commodore Plus 4, Commander X16, Apple 1, Apple ][, Atari XL/XE) VolksForth Z80 (CP/M, Schneider CPC) VolksForth 68000 (Atari ST, Amiga with EmuTOS) Copyright The VolksForth Sources are made available under the terms of the BSD Lizenz - http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php The Handbook is Copyright (c) 1985 - 2020 Forth Gesellschaft e.V. ( Klaus Schleisiek, Ulrich Hoffmann, Bernd Pennemann, Georg Rehfeld, Dietrich Weineck, Carsten Strotmann). (most of the Information is still in german. We are planning to provide future versions with englisch documentation) Have fun with VolksForth the VolksForth Team
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  5. In fact the docs state clearly that it will never be c99 compliant.
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  6. At last, another DQ fan! Man that's a rare sight these days. When I talk about DQ I always meet with eyes full of questions from those unaware and eyes full of judgment from those who know what this series is. DQ is one of the greatest jrpg series out there, especially up to five in my opinion, although the monsters games were pretty good too. I looked at the gameplay of DQ builders and I was a bit disappointed tbh. I can do all of that in Minetest for free with actual crafting and building with simulated lego blocks... not to mention many are already on minecraft. I like the concept of "what happens if the player accepts King Dragon's offer" at the end of DQ I, but I don't think that style of game suits best that idea. BTW, if you're into game medals/trophies/achievements/etc, you may want to check out retroachievements.org which has achievements for all DW/DQ games on both NES and SNES. BTW relevant to DQ Builders haha: https://retroachievements.org/achievement/79698
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  8. Civ VI is the only real modern game I still play. I used to be sucked into the whole MMORPG genre for years and have left, as it's all gone Asian-Easy-Mode pay-to-play with lockboxes, microtransactions, and no story. I've recently moved off of Windows and have adopted Linux. The Bad and the Good?: Fewer games and a target rich environment for game developers. Same with any platform that gains popularity.
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  9. Heroes of War and Money (Lords of War and Money) - online game based on Heroes of Might and Magic V https://www.lordswm.com/
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  11. Started in Spooktober I decided to replay several horror (or scary) games. Currently I am in the progress of playing the Dead Space series againon the PS3. Am half way into DS2 now. Before that I was playing the Witcher 3 but I put that on pause for a bit If I want to relax or don't have much time I find myself coming back to a few levels of Tetris Effect on the PS4 as well
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  12. Can't say that your experience will be the same but my wife -loved- Dragon Quest Builders 2. She's never played a game before or since, and doesn't even really like technology let alone taking any interest in games, but while I was playing it one evening, she uttered the historic words "what's that you're playing?" She's got completely addicted, and had to stop as it was affecting a course she was on... she's keen to go back to it when the course is finished. It's irking that there isn't a couch co-op option for it - I could with play other friends, or even (in theory) strangers on it, but can't even play it with my partner... pretty daft really. Anyway, we both love it. I enjoyed playing it massively more than Minecraft, and the building aspect made the Dragon Quest story more enticing. It's the only game I got a platinum on, and came back to play substantially more (to get the Buildoculars). If you have a PS4 there's a massive demo - the first island - you can try, and the save will carry over to the full game if you decide you like it.
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  13. I play Crossy Castle on Apple Arcade with my son almost every day. A truly great platformer! [emoji4]
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  14. Skyrim was such an amazing game. Funny thing, I have never played it through to the finish. Will do that one of these days. hah My wife plays a lot of point and click games, she has more than I can count. I live the old school point and click type adventure games like Indiana Jones, Tex Murphy, Deja Vu, and Shadowgate. I have been looking at Monster Hunter World a lot on Steam, but have yet to pull the trigger on it. Looks like a fun game, if it was coop, would like to play through it with my wife one day. It just looks like something we would enjoy. My wife and I have played a lot of different MMORPG games together over the years, the most current were ESO Online and the now discontinued Maplestory 2. Also, Black Mesa, EXCELLENT Half Life "remake". Love it! PCMR! I have been wonder if my wife and I would enjoy an MMOFPS together. I used to love them, but I am much more of a Battlefield type FPS player. The Final Fantasy games are some of my favorites, but I have not completed any of them past the classic FF7. I have played that one through several times over the years. lol We also technically own a PS3, it's never touched, currently buried under a pile of stuffed animals in my daughters room. lol Fallout 4, currently playing through it. All the previous Fallout games, I have beat several times, love those games! Really wish they had native coop modes. Lastly, been looking at DQ Builders on Steam as something my wife and I could play together, the only thing that's stopped me is price. Hate paying that much for something I am not sure we will like. I am a fan of the Dragon Warrior/Quest games in general, all the way back to the NES originals.
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  15. My big games these days are: Final Fantasy XIV Overwatch Genshin Impact Occasionally, I'm playing Among Us when enough friends are able to coordinate a game. Good times. I've enjoyed several creative sci-fi block-building survival games, but the two bigs ones are: Stationeers Space Engineers I haven't been much for consoles recently. I technically own a PS4, and it's basically a blu-ray player. PCMR4L, amirite? I have a Switch, though, and have greatly enjoyed Nintendo's Breath of the Wild, Ubisoft's StarfoxStarlink: Battle for Atlas, and Dragon Quest Builders. I'll also buy faithful ports of Final Fantasy games pretty much all day, every day, every platform, every storefront, and S-E can basically just keep printing money for themselves that way as far as I'm concerned... I've also previously enjoyed Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I expect I'll pickup Cyberpunk 2077 when it comes out.
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  16. For a while now, the only time I can get myself to play games are with my friends. So mostly just multiplayer things like Monster Hunter, GTA V, and more recently Phasmophobia. We've played a lot of each Dark Souls as they came out. We play WoW for a while each time a new expansion comes out. Probably a lot of other things we played for a brief time that I can't think of right now. The only single player games I can think of that I've played and beat recently are The Last Guardian, Black Mesa, and Inside. I started Breath of the Wild but I still haven't beat it.
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  17. I've been recently going through the catalogue of Wadjet Eye Games - point and click games - Technobabylon, Shardlight, and the Blackwell Series. Other than that, more current games I've been playing have been Skyrim and Ghosts of Tsushima, and I'm looking forward to getting a PS5, although I imagine it will be quite some time before I'll be able to get one (they sold out well before I managed to even look at pre-ordering one). Also play a bit on a Picade, which I love. Replaced the joystick and buttons with... hmm, I forget the brand, but they are excellent.
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  18. no i fit into the group of "take my money i want everything". ive been wanting to buy an actual c64 for a long time however since moving i do not know where i would put it. at least with this is a smaller(?) package that can go infront of an old tv or monitor. i have messed both with VICE and retropie.
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