Tandy 64, and intro for the Tandy 1000 and more

With PVM with released an intro for the Tandy 1000 HX.

The Tandy 1000 HX uses the Intel 8088-2 CPU. Which is a suuuuper slow CPU (slower than the 8086). With all its wait states and its limitations on the video card (no hardware sprites, no charset redefinition) it makes it comparable with a Commodore 64. In fact, for certain things a Commodore 64 if way faster.

Without further ado, this is the Tandy intro:

Source code here: https://github.com/c64scene-ar/tandy64

And we’ve just released another chipdisk, this time with Brazilian music:

Source code: https://github.com/c64scene-ar/chipdisk-brazil_bits



¡Arriba las Manos! (Hands up!) music disk for the c64

A few weeks ago, we,  the Pungas de Villa Martelli, released “¡Arriba las Manos!”, a music disk for the Commodore 64.

It includes ten 8-bit songs, an animated hi-res graphic, an easter-egg, and you can control it with a joystick, or a mouse or the keyboard! Not even Apple puts so much love in the UX like us (the future is the c64!)

God bless the c64 (and the c128 as well!)