Meta 14

Meta 14

With the deadline first set to May 1st, CSDb’s SEUCK Game Creation Compo has been extended until May 7th, giving to any contestant that couldn’t make in time, an opportunity to submit his/her game.

The competition has started on January the first, and as for this writing, it received nine entries:
  • META14 by Errazking
  • Shamai – Return of the Myths by Slavia
  • T-UFO by Errazking
  • Naait Raaider by Fritske
  • Abyssonaut by Ant
  • Shoot or Die
  • Snatch McBlagger by Alf Yngve
  • S-F-S by wile coyote
  • Gigablast by Alf Yngve
SEUCK stands for Shoot-‘Em-Up Construction Kit, a very well-know tool to create this type of game, and even today has a very active (and creative) community. To vote in your favourite game, you need to register in the CSDb website. In the link below you can check further information about the compo as well as download the games.

Link: SEUCK Compo

c64studio_thumb Probably the Commodore computers are the most blessed with excellent modern development tools, like C64 Studio, which just got a new update.

If you didn’t hear about it, we reproduce here all the information you need to know about it.

C64 Studio is a .NET based IDE (Windows only) that supports project based C64 assembly (ACME syntax) or Basic V2. In connection with Vice the IDE allows you to debug through your code and watch variables/memory locations, registers and memory.

C64 Studio allows you to compile to raw binary, .prg, .t64, .d64 or cartridge format (.bin and .crt for 8k, 16k, MagicDesk). Additionally to this C64 Studio comes with a charset, sprite and media editor (tape and disk).

The application can be downloaded for free from CSDb or the developer website, below.

Download: CSDb
Link: C64 Studio
Cygnis2You are in the Cygnis system, and COMMAND has missions for you.You land on each planet and receive your mission. Danger and excitement lie in the solutions to the quests on these strange far away planets.

There are four text adventures, each has it’s own objective. You move and act in this world by typing one, two word combinations. N or north will move you north if  it’s possible, and works for all the directions. I for Inventory, T for Time will work for some games. Look, Use, Go, Get are good common verbs. Many of the objects (nouns) you can interact with are easily spotted. Because they are all under 4K they will not respond to every word combination. If you press L at the beginning of one planet you will skip to the next.


phoca_thumb_l_apr02The Dutch Commodore User Group had a meeting on April 18th. This Commodore user group is a very active group with six meetings every year with around a hundred or more visitors at each meeting. You can look at the photos and see how the meeting was.

News Source: has been moved to The old site is no longer going to be updated. The replacement site is up and running at the usual address ( All the old files will be moved over as time permits and of course new stuff will be added regularly. The main reason for the move is the need for a better way to maintain thousands of files and screenshots. The secondary reason is to have an infrastructure that provides facilities for adding things like news, articles, voting booths, etc …. not that any of that is coming soon, but the option is nice to have.

Now for what might seem like bad news to some. The site now requires registration to download files. Browsing the files and checking out all the details is completely open and the registration is completely automated so you can get to downloading right away. After your initial login you can just have the site remember you and the inconvenience will be over with.

Mhoney (the owner) will continue to tweak the new system and as always he is open to suggestions and comments.

News Source: Lemon 64 Forum
winuae1200WinUAE 3100b17 has been released. WinUAE is without a doubt the best Amiga emulation available to date and if used alongside Classic Workbench and WHDLoad you can achieve a really great Amiga hard drive experience like in the picture above.

Release Notes:
reddit_cia You may have been wondering what the hell is going on with Commodore is Awesome lately, so we decided that its about time we let you know, now that we have nearly finished.

First up, we have moved servers. Commodore is Awesome can now be officially found at, pretty cool eh? We think it fit’s the bill quite well, as we are always working silently in the background like Ninjas, fixing and updating the website & adding your daily Commodore news fix :)

A few other things have changed which we will list below.
  • The new official url for Commodore is Awesome is now, please update your Bookmarks and Link-backs!
  • Vintage is the New Old is our other website which we also run and host (for those that didn’t know)
  • The Commodore is Awesome Forum is undergoing some changes so it can cater for Vintage is the New Old as a forum too. One big Retro Forum in the making, we will announce when it’s complete and ready.
  • The old rss news feed is now obsolete and this is our new one >> please update to continue to receive daily Commodore News!
  • We now have new Facebook Groups for Commodore is Awesome and Vintage is the New Old, please feel free to join the fun, Here & Here.
  • Aside from the above we have fixed a lot of other stuff since the move, mostly bugs in the CiA matrix you may or may not even notice. There might still be the odd thing that may look out of place or maybe a broken link. Please contact us and let us know asap and we will get it fixed as soon as we can :)
  • We are always looking for talented people with game review writing experience or maybe you can contribute something else interesting? If you think you got what it takes, contact us with some info about yourself and what you would like to contribute.

Beneath a Steel Sky

Beneath a Steel Sky

On the Amiga Arena website, the following games are available as free downloads:
  • Sharks!
  • Beneath a Steel Sky (HD-version with English voice output)
  • Danger Dogg
  • Fussball Total
Link: Amiga Arena
Source: Amiga News
commodorefree87 The always excellent Commodore Free magazine has just released the issue #87.

Some of the contents:
  • Portable KIM-1
  • Matt Gray to Remake Last Ninja 2 Audio
  • CBM PRG Studio v3.2.1
  • Dragons Lair On The C64
  • RGCD 2014 C64 16KB Cartridge Game Competition Results
  • Amiga: 30 Years — “An unprecedented feast of Amiga history”
  • Amiga Buyers Guide
  • Lots of Game Reviews!
Link: CommodoreFree
Download: PDF
rgcd-trance Back in 2012, RGCD announced Trance Sector Ultimate, and they said that it would coming out ‘soon’. Fast forwarding three years, the game is finally out. The (very) long wait was worth it, as states the people from RGCD:
“To celebrate the completion of the project, we decided to launch TRANCE SECTOR ULTIMATE at Genesis Project’s 2015 Gubbdata demoparty, free for download, but also available to buy as a limited edition cartridge (50 individually numbered copies).”
The game comes presented in a modified plastic Universal Game Case complete with custom made foam insert, a 12-page printed manual, a pair of RGCD/TSU vinyl stickers and a 170g matt-coated A3 poster. The cost of this amazing package is £33 plus shipping.

Link: RGCD Website
Download: Game Website

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