Appropriately named Phoenix will have an amazing performance/size ratio.
I designed 4 games with it, sold it to Ahoy! and Commodore magazine. Worked with only 64k using assembly language. I would not want to touch programming anymore. Got my kick and moved on to design.
for those as surprised as me, check out the new C64!
@design, I hear you I designed one item in c64 a pixel man going across the screen and with every step he made a sound. 100 lines of code.
@ filtercake thanks for adding the link.
@filtercake Kinda off-topic, but I liked how the earth background was shown in the content area too, scroll and see what I mean.
@MyUnv, thanks for pointing that out. At first glance I was underwhelmed by the overall look and feel of the site, but I do like that technique
@MyUnv yeah, liked that too :)
Don't look at the code, though. Overall retro look & feel are probably appropriate -- tables are not...
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