https://groups.google.com/d/forum/comp.sys.amstrad.8bitcomp.sys.amstrad.8bitAmstrad CPC/PcW/GX4000 software/hardware.Google GroupsParticles! BBS2016-09-15T23:33:41Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/q9-vXI7-IS8Particles! BBSParticles! BBS ============== http://www.particles.org, telnet://particlesbbs.dyndns.org:6400 Been around since 1992... which is like, an eternity in computer-time. What Is It? =========== It's a BBS running Centipede on a Commodore 128D with message bases dedicated to old computerStephen Walters2016-09-05T01:04:16Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/PesfB5EXQLsAmstrad 8bit group created on Facebook.Hi there, I just created this:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/181195638970447/ AMSTRAD 8BIT COMPUTERS (PCW8256/8512) & CPC-464/664/6128 Etc. Seeing as mr Zuckerberg is so generous with storage space.... files can be uploaded too. regards Stephen PS, I setup a forth programming groupSkunkfish2016-08-03T21:22:46Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/-wErT-I4edYKickstarter campaign for new CPC FanzineEvening all, You may have already seen on the CPCWiki forums that I've started a Kickstarter campaign for a new Amstrad CPC fanzine titled 'Colour Personal Computing' in the style of the classic Amstrad fanzines of yore. If you want to bag a copy and support the fanzine (for only £3 includingParticles! BBS2016-07-18T16:04:06Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/AiB6fTshgOQParticles! BBSParticles! BBS ============== http://www.particles.org, telnet://particlesbbs.dyndns.org:6400 Been around since 1992... which is like, an eternity in computer-time. What Is It? =========== It's a BBS running Centipede on a Commodore 128D with message bases dedicated to old computerJohn Elliott2016-07-16T22:07:18Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/csRwrjl2_AMMoonstone BasHelp file formatThis knowledge is almost certainly of no interest to anybody but myself, but I have been studying Moonstone's BasHelp for the Amstrad PCW. Here is a description of the file format used by its helpfile, plus utilities to convert to and from plain text: <http://www.seasip.info/Unix/Joyce/bashelp.Nicholas Randall Forystek2016-07-12T04:53:51Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/4-JUSjc1ojg.......................................................................................................................B. P. TBC2016-07-01T13:04:37Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/LfJYfV5nF9QCPC text modeHi! Has the Amstrad CPC 464 a real text mode, like the C64? Or the CPC has only graphics mode? P.Danny L'Estrange2016-06-22T01:24:39Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/oZlzZj7ToTUResurrectionSo, I've been playing around with the old Amstrad CPC's lately. I've been a little concerned about the age of some of them and of the monitors I have. One of them had to be fixed a few years ago when one of the transformers died. Having been off to the local electronics shops and buying a coupleJean-Paul Roberts2016-05-09T13:17:33Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/uRb1lTlWiZECPC/PCW stuff free to a good homeHi, When moving house recently I came across a box of CPC/PCW stuff. There's Prospero Pascal and Hisoft's Modula-2 compilers, Companion Desktop Organizer, plus some other stuff. I also have a load of 3" disks (used) although I have no way of checking what's on them apart from the labels.Particles! BBS2016-05-06T23:18:17Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/bKk2tU5KvbYParticles! BBSParticles! BBS ============== http://www.particles.org, telnet://particlesbbs.dyndns.org:6400 Been around since 1992... which is like, an eternity in computer-time. What Is It? =========== It's a BBS running Centipede on a Commodore 128D with message bases dedicated to old computerCraig Harrison2016-05-06T18:03:39Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/wdmDMtgdj2kAnyone seen the "last 8 bit entrepreneur" recently?Hi All, A shot in the dark here..... The guys over at CPCWiki.org are tryingto collect a full set of WACCI mags scanned and uploaded, But due to the nature of the web we would like permission from the current rights holder before doing this. I was therefore wondering if anyone had noticedAndrew Ferguson2016-01-02T14:14:49Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/HH-b5KyXApoLocoLink: Unable to Load PCW ProgramHi, Following my last post (a few weeks ago), where I uploaded the LocoLink LLINK202.EMS file for someone on this list that wanted it, I finally decided that I would try and use LocoLink myself. I am using LocoLink for Windows, and I managed to get the PC-side of things sorted, and I have thereidrac2015-11-29T09:48:16Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.sys.amstrad.8bit/l3QUuxK_ahwNew game: Return of TraxtorI'm happy to announce a new game for the Amstrad CPC. The Return of Traxtor is a match-3 puzzle game with a sci-fi twist inspired by classics such as Tetris, Klax and Puzzle Bobble. It is a conversion from my original ZX Spectrum version, although it's been rewritten almost completely. 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