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  1. Version 0.0.0.7

    39 downloads

    I leave this here mainly for me to play about with when not at home, and also to see if it works on the web emulator. It does not yet function as a game, but as development progresses, I will regularly update this to track its progress. Controls: W, A, S, D to move. Hold down for running.
  2. Codename ChickenLips View File I leave this here mainly for me to play about with when not at home, and also to see if it works on the web emulator. It does not yet function as a game, but as development progresses, I will regularly update this to track its progress. Controls: W, A, S, D to move. Hold down for running. Submitter gavinhaslehurst Submitted 04/22/21 Category Demos  
  3. Version 1.0.2

    91 downloads

    I wrote a program that loads Commodore-64 multicolor pixel art images in the "koala" file format, and displays them to a regular Commander X16 320x200 graphics screen. The C64 uses a fixed palette of 16 colors for all its graphics. I do find that the saturation of the default colors in de c64 palette in the Cx16 emulator is not very good though: when the images are displayed on a C64 or in an emulator like Vice for instance, they look much better in my opinion. So the program sets a custom palette (the "pepto" Vic-II colors) to make the images look closer like they would on a C64. This program has been integrated in a multi-format image viewer now, the source code of that is here https://github.com/irmen/prog8/tree/master/examples/cx16/imageviewer
  4. C64 image file viewer (koala format) View File I wrote a program that loads Commodore-64 multicolor pixel art images in the "koala" file format, and displays them to a regular Commander X16 320x200 graphics screen. The C64 uses a fixed palette of 16 colors for all its graphics. I do find that the saturation of the default colors in de c64 palette in the Cx16 emulator is not very good though: when the images are displayed on a C64 or in an emulator like Vice for instance, they look much better in my opinion. So the program sets a custom palette (the "pepto" Vic-II colors) to make the images look closer like they would on a C64. This program has been integrated in a multi-format image viewer now, the source code of that is here https://github.com/irmen/prog8/tree/master/examples/cx16/imageviewer Submitter desertfish Submitted 12/02/20 Category Demos  
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