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Pixel Vision 8 -
Pixel Vision 8 "Creators" empower game designers of all skill levels. The Game Creator is a full development environment for authoring 8-bit games. It contains project management, asset creation and coding/debugging tools. This all in one solution enables full end to end development of games. But PV8 isn't limited to only making games. The Sprite Creator and Music Creator (coming soon) are stand alone tools that also run on the Pixel Vision 8 platform. They are ideal for artists and musicians that want the limitations of 8-bit hardware too.

All of this is made possible by the open source Pixel Vision SDK.
programming  sdk  game  retro 
8 minutes ago by javajunky
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Phuket  retro  from twitter
20 hours ago by PhuketIslandRadio
TIC-80 by Nesbox
TIC-80 is a fantasy computer for making, playing and sharing tiny games.

There are built-in tools for development: code, sprites, maps, sound editors and the command line, which is enough to create a mini retro game. At the exit you will get a cartridge file, which can be stored and played on the website.

Also, the game can packed into a player that works on all popular platforms and distribute as you wish. To make a retro styled game the whole process of creation takes place under some technical limitations: 240x136 pixels display, 16 color palette, 256 8x8 color sprites, 4 channel sound and etc.
programming  tool  retro  game  development 
2 days ago by awhite
Free C64 Games Download
This site is an archive of Commodore 64 games.
You can either browse the game index or use the faster search function to find your game.
If you don't have an emulator yet to play those games, check out the emulators page or find links to related websites.
Like or dislike games, write or reply to comments.
games  commodore  emulation  retro  software  computer  download  downloads 
3 days ago by ezequiel
Aleph One - Marathon Open Source
sweet, you can play a game based on marathon!
games  mac  retro 
3 days ago by ash
The Hidden Order of Design: Covers by Rudolph de Harak
US designer Rudolph de Harak (1924 – 2002) is mostly known for his book covers and for the album sleeves of “Westminster Records” but he also designed objects and art installations (like the exploded diesel engine in the Cummins Engine Museum in Columbus).
design  retro 
4 days ago by pelley
D2F-F Omron Electronics Inc-EMC Div | Switches | DigiKey
these are the switches used for the buttons on the Logitech Trackman Marble FX, according to some dude at
retro  hardware  logitech  trackball 
5 days ago by ash

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