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Ricco59_em
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Hi from France

Post by Ricco59_em » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:00 pm

Hello,

First of all, I want to say big THANKS to Keith for being so genius.

When I was young, I've loved to have a c64 but it was too expensive. Then a TI99 or a Thomson to7 but they were too expensive without a tv monitor. Finally I bought a casio PB100 (pocket computer). After some years, I've my bought my FIRST computer : Amstrad CPC 464. I've added an expansion memory and a disk drive.
When I was in High School, I've seen in a shop GOLDRUNNER on Atari ST with its great scrolling. Great : "I want a ST". I've to sell my CPC to buy an Atari but another friend of mine have shown me an Amiga 1000 with DPaint and Sonix... Bye Atari and Hello Amiga. I still have my 1.2 Amiga 500.
Then I've started to code on it (few demos). I've bought an A1200 and have coded a game on it.

That's for my little story.
Today, I continue to code on falcon030 and colecovision (maybe other systems, if I find 18 lives hehehe)

You can see what I've done by clicking my YT video link in my signature :)

I really appreciate Keith's videos because I really want to make something on Enterprise, Ql, .... pfff too much and I think it's the right place to learn about all these computers/consoles he talks about in these videos

Thanks again ;)

Eric (Ricco59)

ps :
- sorry for my rusty English ;)
- you can see what I've done by clicking my YT video link in my signature :)
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Re: Hi from France

Post by akuyou » Sat Jan 04, 2020 2:05 pm

Welcome to the forum!
It certainly sounds like you have a wide range of experience, unfortunately, I only had the CPC and PC's in my youth, I never had a 68000 system - I also never did assembly back then I was just a Basic/VB programmer.

the "Where is it" game on your youtube channel looks great, the animation is really smooth, and the game is very colorful... very nice!

Thanks for joining the forum,
Keith
Chibi Akuma(s) Comedy-Horror 8-bit Bullet Hell shooter! // 「チビ悪魔」可笑しいゴシックSTG ! // Work in Progress: ChibiAliens

Interested in CPU's :Z80,6502,68000,6809,ARM,8086,RISC-V
Learning: 65816,ARM,8086,6809

Ricco59_em
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Re: Hi from France

Post by Ricco59_em » Sat Jan 04, 2020 9:00 pm

Hi Keith and thanks for your welcome

I've started learning Z80, 68k,ppc,68k and... back to z80 ;) - but I've lost a lot. Maybe I'm asking some questions about how to do this or that is asm z80

I would have like to learn tms9900 (ti99/4a) and 6809 (thomson and Coco3 tandy computer) but I have to win more lives ;)

Thanks for your comment concerning "Where Is it ?" and continue your great videos :)

See you

Eric
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