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  1. Hi, I'm Dennis from the Netherlands. Following this project has been worth it for the nostalgia alone, but over the Christmas break I dove in and tried to make something myself. Back in the day I used to gawk at all the amazing stuff people created on the C64. I dabbled a bit in assembly myself then, but it never really got anywhere. Now I totally feel like a teenager again! I've uploaded my first experiment to the Demos. I had a hell of a time making this. It was super fun but also had me tearing my hair out at times.
  2. dustyhex View File A small intro/demo type thingy as the result of me trying to "dust off" and re-learn some 30 year old assembly. This took most of my Christmas break. Starting out I was really stumped by some of the VERA stuff: The registers, the layers, loading data, 4bpp colors, high bit addressing. But, eventually it started to make sense a bit. All this would have been impossible for me without the very helpful blogs at https://www.8bitcoding.com/ and https://justinbaldock.wordpress.com/category/retrocomputing/commander-x16/. The Vera Graphics Convertor was also very useful. I used KickAssembler for the code. I've uploaded the .asm file as well, just in case it's useful for anyone else learning this stuff. dust.asm Submitter Hookazoid Submitted 01/09/21 Category Demos  
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    A small intro/demo type thingy as the result of me trying to "dust off" and re-learn some 30 year old assembly. This took most of my Christmas break. Starting out I was really stumped by some of the VERA stuff: The registers, the layers, loading data, 4bpp colors, high bit addressing. But, eventually it started to make sense a bit. All this would have been impossible for me without the very helpful blogs at https://www.8bitcoding.com/ and https://justinbaldock.wordpress.com/category/retrocomputing/commander-x16/. The Vera Graphics Convertor was also very useful. I used KickAssembler for the code. I've uploaded the .asm file as well, just in case it's useful for anyone else learning this stuff. dust.asm
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