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Timerun from Amcog games released

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:33, 13/2/2024 |
 

Timerun is a RISC OS implementation of a shoot-em-up game Tony orginally started in 1985 (where does the time go).


 

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RISCOSbits updates FAST ROM

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:55, 23/1/2024 | ,
 
The RISCOSbits FAST machine currently needs a custom ROM - you cannot download the generic build from ROOL and use that.

 
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WROCC Newsletter Volume 41:10 reviewed

Posted by Mark Stephens on 18:36, 8/1/2024 |
 

Time definitely seems to be speeding up with the January edition of WROCCInfo magazine landing in my inbox today!
 

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The Book of Draw Stuff reviewed

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:35, 6/1/2024 |
 

The Book of Draw Stuff by Chris Dewhurst was first published by Drag'n'Drop in 2015, but I had not really 'clocked' it until I happened to pick up a copy at the recent MUG fair.
 

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WROCC Newsletter Volume 41:9 reviewed

Posted by Mark Stephens on 10:28, 2/1/2024 |
 

Hot on the heels of the slightly delayed November edition, the December WROCCInfo magazine (41:9) also arrived in my inbox over the holiday (a double festive edition!).
 

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WROCC Newsletter Volume 41:8 reviewed

Posted by Mark Stephens on 14:05, 24/12/2023 |
 

Just in time for the Christmas holiday, the latest edition of WROCCInfo newsletter has landed in my email inbox
 

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Drag'n'Drop 13i1 edition reviewed

Posted by Mark Stephens on 05:59, 17/11/2023 |
 

Drag'n'Drop magazine is now into Edition 13 (reason for celebration on its own). This edition is 27 pages of news, reviews, tools and lots of coding! As a PDF you can read it on just about any system.
 

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CachesFS and Iris update from WROCC November meeting

Posted by Mark Stephens on 08:41, 10/11/2023 | ,
 
2 very exciting updates from Andrew Rawnsley's related to CascheFS and Iris, so they deserved their own follow-up article and some more investigation....


 

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November WROCC talk on Wednesday with R-Comp

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WROCC Newsletter Volume 41:7 reviewed

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Archive Edition 26:4 reviewed

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CLFiler 1.44 released

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WROCC August Newsletter Volume 41:5 reviewed

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Organizer 2.30 reviewed

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