People are still making stuff for the Sinclair related machines. Tell us about new games and other software that runs on the Spectrum, ZX80/ZX81, Pentagon and Next.
Great! Glad Baron Ashler's still going.hikoki wrote: ↑Wed Nov 07, 2018 5:41 pmRaw Battle
by Kabuto Factory
http://kabutofactory.altervista.org/pag ... attle.html
Quite good, especially as it's compiled BASIC. He's a graphics wizard, but it would benefit from the 'Ralf treatment'...
Well, probably The background graphics (at least those at start) seems to fit nicely into attributes so it could have been done more colourful.He's a graphics wizard, but it would benefit from the 'Ralf treatment'...
I would say however that Baron Ashler would need a fellow coder in first place He's a great, talented pixel artist with true passion to create Spectrum games but if I remember correctly he doesn't program in assembler so he must use some game creators or high level languages like Basic. This stuff usually has different limitations therefore the final result in terms of gameplay is so-so.
For the database - this game is inspired by the film "Soylent Green", in the intro the "soylent" is mentioned: