Programming in C traditionally starts with outputting “Hello World” to the text console/terminal command-line. In the previous C tutorial we looked at that code but didn’t examine it, so let’s do that now, and expand to include input from the user so we can start making useful code. We will also look at the essentials […]
Learn to code in C and create your own retro games with this free multi-part C programming tutorial series. But first, why learn to program in C? TL;DR C is one of the most sought-after languages in its own right, it has spawned or inspired lots of other super popular languages, and learning C is […]
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AMOS BASIC is a fun, powerful, and user-friendly game programming language and environment for the Amiga. In this video we look at installing AMOS in a couple of easy ways …
MiSTer MiniMig Amiga FPGA implementation sets up your Amiga as a 500/600/1000/1200/2000/4000/CD32/CDTV, and every OCS, ECS and AGA Amiga in-between!
For many, MiSTer, and FPGA projects like it, are the future of retro computing and gaming. Why? What about it has people so excited that they will pay 4x the price or more than alternatives?
Previously we looked at the options available for Amiga emulation on the Raspberry Pi. In this video we look at how to set up your Raspberry Pi 3 or Pi 4 with the 32gb “PiMiga” disk image …
When I bought my Amiga 500 I was excited to be able to test my programming on real hardware, but unfortunately I can’t effectively do the development on my 500 due to the fact the systems I was aiming to use all require beefier hardware, and obviously I don’t have the money to buy physical […]