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Exploring adventures on the Amstrad CPC464

Peter Gerrard

Exploring adventures on the Amstrad CPC464

by Peter Gerrard

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Published by Duckworth in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer games.,
  • Amstrad CPC464 (Computer) -- Programming.

  • Edition Notes

    Includesindex.

    StatementPeter Gerrard.
    SeriesDuckworth home computing
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1469.2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii,244p. :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15171308M
    ISBN 100715619276

    A classic from England! I'll let owner David Cantrell take it from here: This is the very first model of computer manufactured by Amstrad. It was powered by a Zilog Z80 processor clocked at 4MHz, with 64K RAM, 32K ROM containing the OS and BASIC, and with a built-in cassette drive. Find a huge variety of new & used Amstrad CPC Computer books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices. Shop Amstrad CPC Computer books at Alibris UK.

    Introduction To Programming the Amstrad An Introduction To Programming The Amstrad CPC by R.A. & J.W. Penfold. A beginners guide to programming Adventure games on your Amstrad CPC computer. Published in by Bernard Babani Publishing Ltd. Pages long. In very good condition, / Avg rating: Not yet rated Our Price: £ The Amstrad CPC Story begins way back in , with the birth of Alan Michael Sugar. We then meander through Alan Sugar's early working career, the start of his trading business, AMS Trading, and then the formation of Amstrad. From there, between stereos and CB radios we land with the fabulous Amstrad CPC in

    About thirty years ago I wrote my first ever design for a text adventure and it was rubbish! The theme was good a Sherlock Holmes mini-adventure, set in the great detective's consulting rooms, but the design just didn't work as an adventure it had far too many objects, for starters over 50 for just four locations and lots of naming clashes. More editions of Exploring Adventures on the Amstrad (Duckworth home computing): Exploring Adventures on the Amstrad (Duckworth home computing): ISBN () Softcover, Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd,


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Recently, however, they've been branching out into games software and have released a numberof titles, each of which uses the techniques propounded by Peter Gerrard in the Exploring Adventures series. music & sound for Amstrad CPC computers (, and ) by name.

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A fantasy adventure with Sir Lancelot on the Amstrad CPC Amazon Affiliate Link: Facebook: Twi. Reset machine. To reset the emulator, hold down the control key and press the F9 key along the top of the keyboard - this is a real function key on your PC, not one on the numeric keypad.

Save game. To save a game in progress, use the Save Snapshot option in the toolbar at the bottom of the Winape Window.

The start of the 90's saw it's first adventure game with Spellbound Dizzy on the Amstrad CPC. adventure game with Spellbound Dizzy on the Amstrad CPC.

Spellbound Dizzy - Amstrad CPC. There are known programs for the Amstrad CPC, divided as follows. Games () | Utilities (62) | Demos (21) | Educationals (36) Click on the title for more information about that thing. Alternatively, list the games for a different machine. If you are looking for books, expansions or just a more visual representation of this data, you can generate a "wall" to your .Summary of Contents for AMSTRAD CPC Page 1 Features of computer hardware and software have advanced far more rapidly than even existing users are able to follow, and to attempt to show owners of the CPC all the available power and subtlety of its BASIC, operating system and hardware attributes wou_d require several thousands of pages.Head Over Heels Released: We’ve already featured Drummond and Ritman’s classic in the Spectrum Perfect Ten Games, but we love it so much we had to include it here as well.

Like Get Dexter it’s one of the finest Isometric adventures that the Amstrad (or any other machine for that matter) has to offer.