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<!-- Robot-PD New Range -->
-<!-- Text files
-
-
-00001 The Big Book Of Mischief
- Anarchic text files detailing how to blow things up. 18
-03000 Comms text files.
-03001 Comms text files.
-04000 Programming tutorials
- Learn how to program your computer in BASIC or machine code.
-04400* CPC Guide
- Kevin Thacker's excellent and comprehensive guide to the CPC's internals.
-04401 CRTC Source Code Collection
- Z80 source for programs like PowerSpell, BTL intros, and Pro-Ext - plus a selection of subroutines usable in your own programs.
-06100 Tips for adventure games.
-06101 Tips for adventure games.
-09100 Nutworks
- A comic look at computers from the early days of the Internet.
+<!-- Text files
+
+
+00001 The Big Book Of Mischief
+ Anarchic text files detailing how to blow things up. 18
+03000 Comms text files.
+03001 Comms text files.
+04000 Programming tutorials
+ Learn how to program your computer in BASIC or machine code.
+04400* CPC Guide
+ Kevin Thacker's excellent and comprehensive guide to the CPC's internals.
+04401 CRTC Source Code Collection
+ Z80 source for programs like PowerSpell, BTL intros, and Pro-Ext - plus a selection of subroutines usable in your own programs.
+06100 Tips for adventure games.
+06101 Tips for adventure games.
+09100 Nutworks
+ A comic look at computers from the early days of the Internet.
-->
@@ -270401,29 +270401,29 @@ AMSDOS software, 1
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-10000* The Plus Disc
- Make the most of your CPC Plus's capabilities! Sampled sound demos, colour editors, an art package (Rob Buckley's acclaimed Smart Plus),
- games (previews of Futur's new Stormlord Plus), and other software utilising the extra features of the CPC Plus computers. Includes Logon
- System's fantastic B-ASIC, so you can access 4 096 colours and hardware sprites from your own programs. XC 128: Plus only
-10001* Sean McManus Collection
- Collected works from an AA Type-Ins regular. Includes the classic Easi-Sprite Driver, the frenetic arcade romp Further Adventures of Fred,
- demo programs for ComSoft's Basic Idea, and many more.
-10002 Robot PD Catalogue
- The double-sided disc catalogue published by Robot PD around 1992. Although the PD discs are no longer available in that form, it provides
- succinct descriptions of many PD programs.
-10100 Educational programs for all ages.
-10200 Artificial intelligence programs, including several variants on the classic "Eliza" conversation program. Single-sided collection
-10300 Music by British coder CRTC (aka Richard Fairhurst).
-10301 The Jean-Michel Jarre music collection and Acid Music Box 2.
-10302 Music Pack 4 (hacked tunes), plus Epsilon's new Anthology.
-10304 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
-10305 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
-10306 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
-10307 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
-10308 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
-10311 Soundhakker hacked music, complete with player program.
-10314 Music to be loaded into Soundtrakker (see disc 11001).
-10315 Music to be loaded into Soundtrakker (see disc 11001).
+10000* The Plus Disc
+ Make the most of your CPC Plus's capabilities! Sampled sound demos, colour editors, an art package (Rob Buckley's acclaimed Smart Plus),
+ games (previews of Futur's new Stormlord Plus), and other software utilising the extra features of the CPC Plus computers. Includes Logon
+ System's fantastic B-ASIC, so you can access 4 096 colours and hardware sprites from your own programs. XC 128: Plus only
+10001* Sean McManus Collection
+ Collected works from an AA Type-Ins regular. Includes the classic Easi-Sprite Driver, the frenetic arcade romp Further Adventures of Fred,
+ demo programs for ComSoft's Basic Idea, and many more.
+10002 Robot PD Catalogue
+ The double-sided disc catalogue published by Robot PD around 1992. Although the PD discs are no longer available in that form, it provides
+ succinct descriptions of many PD programs.
+10100 Educational programs for all ages.
+10200 Artificial intelligence programs, including several variants on the classic "Eliza" conversation program. Single-sided collection
+10300 Music by British coder CRTC (aka Richard Fairhurst).
+10301 The Jean-Michel Jarre music collection and Acid Music Box 2.
+10302 Music Pack 4 (hacked tunes), plus Epsilon's new Anthology.
+10304 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
+10305 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
+10306 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
+10307 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
+10308 Advanced Music System files by Rob Baxter.
+10311 Soundhakker hacked music, complete with player program.
+10314 Music to be loaded into Soundtrakker (see disc 11001).
+10315 Music to be loaded into Soundtrakker (see disc 11001).
-->
@@ -270735,27 +270735,27 @@ AMSDOS software, 2
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-11000 Protracker
- An impressive music editor which uses real samples - it can even import .MOD files from the Amiga and PC.128
-11001* Soundtrackers
- Four great music editors: Digitrakker (like Protracker, but better), Advanced Music Creator, BooTracker, and Soundtrakker 128,
- complete with example files. All you need to create your own music. XC 128
-11100 Rob Buckley's friendly Domain Word word-processor, Robot Software's flexible PowerSpell spell-checker, plus I-Spell and an
- elementary WP for Citizen printers. 128
-11200 Databases.
-11201 Databases.
-11300 Spreadsheets, including PD Planner.
-11400 PowerPage 64
- The original version of the CPC desktop publisher. Lets you edit a fully graphical A5 page on even an unexpanded 464.
-11401* PowerPage 128
- Robot Software's famous desktop publishing system, PowerPage 128, is all you need to create A5 posters and publications on your CPC.
- Includes extremely advanced text layout features, fast drawing functions, and a host of sensible design touches (such as automatic file compression)
- to make DTP as easy as possible. As used by Artificial Intelligence, CPC SouthWest, Potential Difference and countless other fanzines. 128
-11402 Alan Scully's simple Pagemaker DTP program.
-11500* The Artist
- The best-selling disc gets a new look with version two of the classic art package, GPaint - packed with features, and the only serious competitor to
- Advanced Art Studio. Exclusively translated by Robot Software. Also includes PC-CPC graphic transfer programs, Smart II, and several other drawing
- programs.
+11000 Protracker
+ An impressive music editor which uses real samples - it can even import .MOD files from the Amiga and PC.128
+11001* Soundtrackers
+ Four great music editors: Digitrakker (like Protracker, but better), Advanced Music Creator, BooTracker, and Soundtrakker 128,
+ complete with example files. All you need to create your own music. XC 128
+11100 Rob Buckley's friendly Domain Word word-processor, Robot Software's flexible PowerSpell spell-checker, plus I-Spell and an
+ elementary WP for Citizen printers. 128
+11200 Databases.
+11201 Databases.
+11300 Spreadsheets, including PD Planner.
+11400 PowerPage 64
+ The original version of the CPC desktop publisher. Lets you edit a fully graphical A5 page on even an unexpanded 464.
+11401* PowerPage 128
+ Robot Software's famous desktop publishing system, PowerPage 128, is all you need to create A5 posters and publications on your CPC.
+ Includes extremely advanced text layout features, fast drawing functions, and a host of sensible design touches (such as automatic file compression)
+ to make DTP as easy as possible. As used by Artificial Intelligence, CPC SouthWest, Potential Difference and countless other fanzines. 128
+11402 Alan Scully's simple Pagemaker DTP program.
+11500* The Artist
+ The best-selling disc gets a new look with version two of the classic art package, GPaint - packed with features, and the only serious competitor to
+ Advanced Art Studio. Exclusively translated by Robot Software. Also includes PC-CPC graphic transfer programs, Smart II, and several other drawing
+ programs.
-->
@@ -270891,33 +270891,33 @@ AMSDOS software, 3
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-12000 Hacking Disc
- Utilities to help the budding game hacker, including the JW Brown suite, plus several excellent tape-disc transfer programs by Rob Scott.
-12002* The Sentinel Collection
- Two ex-commercial programs from Sentinel Software. TUSS is a hacker's dream, enabling you to easily rip graphics out of other people's
- programs, while Pro-Ext brings clip art and headline font capabilities to Protext.XC 128
-12003 Print Enhancer
- Geoff Short's package replaces your printer's default font with a set of well-drawn high resolution alternatives.
-12004 Screen dumps and other printer utilities.
-12005 The Connectivity Disc
- DOS-to-CPC copying utilities, file translators (such as Sanko, GIF Converter and IFF Converter), and the comp.sys.amstrad.8bit FAQ combine
- to make a useful collection for those wishing to ship files between their CPC and PC, Mac or Amiga. Some programs 128
-12100 The International Collection
- Disc utilities from all over Europe - copiers, formatters, rescue programs, you name it. Includes classics such as DMon and Crime.
-12200 RSX-Lib
- A programming utility from Smogware Systems. XC
-12201* Demo creators
- Write a flashy demo without having to learn machine code! The NWC Demomaker, Vorspann utility, and Tom & Jerry's acclaimed Ghoul's Writer
- are on the disc. Perfect for sending interesting disc letters to your CPC contacts.
-12202 "Toolkit" programs to add extra commands to BASIC.
-12300 File crunchers - instant disc space savings. Includes Cheese, Columbia, SQ23 screen squeezer, and Turbo Imploder.
-12400 A bizarre Unix-like operating system.
-12401 Front-ends
- David Wild's Desk, Worktop, and the PD version of DES (plus utilities) - graphical front-ends to make your CPC even more user-friendly.
- Just like using Windows or a Macintosh.
-13100* Terminal programs for modem users, including ANSI-Term, the fast and friendly Australian utility which has become a standard for CPC communicators.
-14400 Z80 Pack
- A collection of assemblers, monitors and disassemblers for the novice or experienced coder. Includes the powerful LARA monitor.
+12000 Hacking Disc
+ Utilities to help the budding game hacker, including the JW Brown suite, plus several excellent tape-disc transfer programs by Rob Scott.
+12002* The Sentinel Collection
+ Two ex-commercial programs from Sentinel Software. TUSS is a hacker's dream, enabling you to easily rip graphics out of other people's
+ programs, while Pro-Ext brings clip art and headline font capabilities to Protext.XC 128
+12003 Print Enhancer
+ Geoff Short's package replaces your printer's default font with a set of well-drawn high resolution alternatives.
+12004 Screen dumps and other printer utilities.
+12005 The Connectivity Disc
+ DOS-to-CPC copying utilities, file translators (such as Sanko, GIF Converter and IFF Converter), and the comp.sys.amstrad.8bit FAQ combine
+ to make a useful collection for those wishing to ship files between their CPC and PC, Mac or Amiga. Some programs 128
+12100 The International Collection
+ Disc utilities from all over Europe - copiers, formatters, rescue programs, you name it. Includes classics such as DMon and Crime.
+12200 RSX-Lib
+ A programming utility from Smogware Systems. XC
+12201* Demo creators
+ Write a flashy demo without having to learn machine code! The NWC Demomaker, Vorspann utility, and Tom & Jerry's acclaimed Ghoul's Writer
+ are on the disc. Perfect for sending interesting disc letters to your CPC contacts.
+12202 "Toolkit" programs to add extra commands to BASIC.
+12300 File crunchers - instant disc space savings. Includes Cheese, Columbia, SQ23 screen squeezer, and Turbo Imploder.
+12400 A bizarre Unix-like operating system.
+12401 Front-ends
+ David Wild's Desk, Worktop, and the PD version of DES (plus utilities) - graphical front-ends to make your CPC even more user-friendly.
+ Just like using Windows or a Macintosh.
+13100* Terminal programs for modem users, including ANSI-Term, the fast and friendly Australian utility which has become a standard for CPC communicators.
+14400 Z80 Pack
+ A collection of assemblers, monitors and disassemblers for the novice or experienced coder. Includes the powerful LARA monitor.
-->
@@ -271089,40 +271089,40 @@ AMSDOS software, 4
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-16000 Alan Scully Collection
- Adventure and arcade games by a great PD figure of yesteryear, plus a slightly partial history of his infamous Scull PD library.
-16001 POKEs and cheats for commercial games.
-16100* Eve of Shadows, Rob Buckley's ground-breaking graphical adventure, and Neil Scrimgeour's epic Lost Phirious trilogy. An essential disc
- for adventure enthusiasts. XC
-16101 Simon Avery Collection
- Quilled text adventures by the prolific Devon author, aka Romeo Squirrel. Nothing special, but a good introduction to the genre.
-16103 Edmund Spicer Collection
- A disc of largely unchallenging adventures.
-16104 The mammoth Geno, plus Secrets of Ur, Blue Raider, and other adventures.
-16105 Hitch-Hiker's Guide to Prague
-16106 Hitch-Hiker's Guide to London
- Humorous text adventures by the Electric Monk and Guardian of the Blind. Both discs are required to play the London game.
-16200 Puzzle games galore, including several well-presented mindbenders from Germany's MOPS group.
-16201 Crossword Compiler
- Keith Mortimer's over-rated crossword utility and word games. 128
-16202* Tetris Games
- Variations on a famous theme, from pure Tetris clones like Alinka, Power Tetris, and DrehDriss, to related concepts such as Couleurs.
- The most addictive disc in the library?
-16203* Joe Moulding's unmissable Last Of The Smileys arcade puzzle, plus Cool World and a selection of French games to exercise your grey matter.
-16300 Demos of Continental arcade smashes Zap't'Balls and Xyphoes Phantasy.
-16301* The Radical Collection volume 1
- Rob Buckley's stunning platform game Fluff (6128 Plus only), the enjoyable Ball Bearing, and a demo of shootemup Masters of Space. XC
-16302* Arcade classics including Invaders, Croco Magneto, Dripzone (a Breakout clone), and Pacman-with-a-difference Cyberboy.
-16303* The Vortex Collection
- Four fantastic games from Vortex Software, ranging from the zapping action of HATE to the fiendish puzzles of Deflektor, plus colourful PD games
- from the assembler of David Hall. XC 128
-16304 Demos of Incentive Software's Total Eclipse (3D arcade adventure) and Megablasters, plus Space Froggy and Wipeout, two great arcade games
- written to demonstrate game creation systems.
-16307 Street Warriors
- An ambitious Street Fighter clone by Marcus Kasumba. Its BASIC shell makes it sluggish at times, but the gameplay is still there.
-16308* The Radical Collection volume 2
- Two more ex-commercial games from the Radical Software vaults: this time futuristic racing sim Star Driver and the excellent Light-Force clone
- Masters of Space, by Stephen Lond Davis. XC
+16000 Alan Scully Collection
+ Adventure and arcade games by a great PD figure of yesteryear, plus a slightly partial history of his infamous Scull PD library.
+16001 POKEs and cheats for commercial games.
+16100* Eve of Shadows, Rob Buckley's ground-breaking graphical adventure, and Neil Scrimgeour's epic Lost Phirious trilogy. An essential disc
+ for adventure enthusiasts. XC
+16101 Simon Avery Collection
+ Quilled text adventures by the prolific Devon author, aka Romeo Squirrel. Nothing special, but a good introduction to the genre.
+16103 Edmund Spicer Collection
+ A disc of largely unchallenging adventures.
+16104 The mammoth Geno, plus Secrets of Ur, Blue Raider, and other adventures.
+16105 Hitch-Hiker's Guide to Prague
+16106 Hitch-Hiker's Guide to London
+ Humorous text adventures by the Electric Monk and Guardian of the Blind. Both discs are required to play the London game.
+16200 Puzzle games galore, including several well-presented mindbenders from Germany's MOPS group.
+16201 Crossword Compiler
+ Keith Mortimer's over-rated crossword utility and word games. 128
+16202* Tetris Games
+ Variations on a famous theme, from pure Tetris clones like Alinka, Power Tetris, and DrehDriss, to related concepts such as Couleurs.
+ The most addictive disc in the library?
+16203* Joe Moulding's unmissable Last Of The Smileys arcade puzzle, plus Cool World and a selection of French games to exercise your grey matter.
+16300 Demos of Continental arcade smashes Zap't'Balls and Xyphoes Phantasy.
+16301* The Radical Collection volume 1
+ Rob Buckley's stunning platform game Fluff (6128 Plus only), the enjoyable Ball Bearing, and a demo of shootemup Masters of Space. XC
+16302* Arcade classics including Invaders, Croco Magneto, Dripzone (a Breakout clone), and Pacman-with-a-difference Cyberboy.
+16303* The Vortex Collection
+ Four fantastic games from Vortex Software, ranging from the zapping action of HATE to the fiendish puzzles of Deflektor, plus colourful PD games
+ from the assembler of David Hall. XC 128
+16304 Demos of Incentive Software's Total Eclipse (3D arcade adventure) and Megablasters, plus Space Froggy and Wipeout, two great arcade games
+ written to demonstrate game creation systems.
+16307 Street Warriors
+ An ambitious Street Fighter clone by Marcus Kasumba. Its BASIC shell makes it sluggish at times, but the gameplay is still there.
+16308* The Radical Collection volume 2
+ Two more ex-commercial games from the Radical Software vaults: this time futuristic racing sim Star Driver and the excellent Light-Force clone
+ Masters of Space, by Stephen Lond Davis. XC
-->
@@ -271404,47 +271404,47 @@ AMSDOS software, 5
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-17000 An introduction to overscan graphics (full screen, no border).
-17100* Amiga Graphics
- David Carter's famous compilation of pictures transferred from the Amiga. A slideshow of simply stunning quality.
-17101* Amiga Graphics 2
- Volume two of the classic slideshow.
-17102 Digital Demo 7
-17103 Peter Campbell Collection
- Showcasing the bizarre sense of humour of the Comsoft boss and self-proclaimed babe magnet.
-17104 Rock Show
- Pictures of '80s rock stars, digitised by Nullos Cracker.
-17105 David Carter's Turtlemuck slideshow (the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles as you've never seen them before) and scenes from Gone With The Wind.
-17106 Miscellaneous slideshows (or 'Diashows') from Germany.
-17107 Pictures produced by members of the British CPC club WACCI.
-17108 More WACCI pictures.
-17109 A high-quality slideshow of overscan (full screen) pictures.
-17110 Stills from the Victor and Hugo cartoon and from the Schwarzenegger film Terminator II.
-17111* Beautiful hand-drawn overscan pictures by MaDe of Rebels (regularly voted "best artist" in European fanzines' readers' polls), plus subtly drawn
- MODE 1 artwork which was used to demonstrate the CPC in its early days!
-17112 Conspiracy Plus Slideshow
- Digitised pictures in 16 shades of grey, for viewing on CPC Plus machines. Plus only
-17114 Digitised and hand-drawn pictures by David Carter.
-17115 Digitised and hand-drawn pictures by David Carter and Mark Chater.
-17200 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17201 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17202 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17203 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17204 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17205 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage. Includes a themed set of transport pictures.
-17206 PowerPage clip art from the CPC SouthWest user group.
-17207 Clip art for Stop Press and MicroDesign.
-17208 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17209 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17210 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17211 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17212 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17213 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
-17300 Femmes Entre Elles and Lovepack, two explicit slideshows for over-18s only. 18
-17301 Two more collections of explicit pictures: Electric Show and Nice Picture Show II (green-screen only). 18
-17401 Short graphical demos, including a well-drawn collection of flags by Stuart Gascoigne and Andre Coutanche.
-17500* A superbly varied pack of fonts, in PowerPage, MicroDesign, Advanced Art Studio, and 8x8 screen formats. Whether you're laying out a fanzine
- or coding a scrolltext, there's sure to be a font for you here.
+17000 An introduction to overscan graphics (full screen, no border).
+17100* Amiga Graphics
+ David Carter's famous compilation of pictures transferred from the Amiga. A slideshow of simply stunning quality.
+17101* Amiga Graphics 2
+ Volume two of the classic slideshow.
+17102 Digital Demo 7
+17103 Peter Campbell Collection
+ Showcasing the bizarre sense of humour of the Comsoft boss and self-proclaimed babe magnet.
+17104 Rock Show
+ Pictures of '80s rock stars, digitised by Nullos Cracker.
+17105 David Carter's Turtlemuck slideshow (the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles as you've never seen them before) and scenes from Gone With The Wind.
+17106 Miscellaneous slideshows (or 'Diashows') from Germany.
+17107 Pictures produced by members of the British CPC club WACCI.
+17108 More WACCI pictures.
+17109 A high-quality slideshow of overscan (full screen) pictures.
+17110 Stills from the Victor and Hugo cartoon and from the Schwarzenegger film Terminator II.
+17111* Beautiful hand-drawn overscan pictures by MaDe of Rebels (regularly voted "best artist" in European fanzines' readers' polls), plus subtly drawn
+ MODE 1 artwork which was used to demonstrate the CPC in its early days!
+17112 Conspiracy Plus Slideshow
+ Digitised pictures in 16 shades of grey, for viewing on CPC Plus machines. Plus only
+17114 Digitised and hand-drawn pictures by David Carter.
+17115 Digitised and hand-drawn pictures by David Carter and Mark Chater.
+17200 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17201 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17202 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17203 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17204 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17205 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage. Includes a themed set of transport pictures.
+17206 PowerPage clip art from the CPC SouthWest user group.
+17207 Clip art for Stop Press and MicroDesign.
+17208 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17209 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17210 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17211 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17212 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17213 Clip art in .CUT format for Stop Press or PowerPage.
+17300 Femmes Entre Elles and Lovepack, two explicit slideshows for over-18s only. 18
+17301 Two more collections of explicit pictures: Electric Show and Nice Picture Show II (green-screen only). 18
+17401 Short graphical demos, including a well-drawn collection of flags by Stuart Gascoigne and Andre Coutanche.
+17500* A superbly varied pack of fonts, in PowerPage, MicroDesign, Advanced Art Studio, and 8x8 screen formats. Whether you're laying out a fanzine
+ or coding a scrolltext, there's sure to be a font for you here.
-->
@@ -272050,53 +272050,53 @@ AMSDOS software, 6
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-18100 Simple demos by LDC, aka David Long of Demon PD.
-18101 British demos.
-18102 CRTC Collection
- Demos by CRTC (Richard Fairhurst), including 1992's Inspiration demo and the MacBugs meeting demo.
-18103 British demos.
-18104 Demoware
- Excruciating demo by the Bitmap Vandals, plus previews of the follow-up, recently unearthed by Matthew Breckon.
-18105* Four excellent British demos: Wulf 3 (with truly beautiful graphics), Conspiracy TV, Atlantic Coding's Chill, and Frequency's Soundtrakker demo.
-18106 Martin Young's impressive 4-bit samples, and Palm Coding's superlative Blip! Music compilation.
-18108* Audio Illusions
- A huge collection of music penned by Frequency of Systeme D, complete with interesting graphic effects and quality pictures by the Doodler.
-18200 Terrific Demo
- A classic megademo by Weee! and Thriller (Cadjo Clan), with some of the best music around. 128
-18201* The Demo
- As definitive as the title suggests, this is Logon System's meisterwerk. Seven parts forming the best examples of demo coding you'll ever find,
- and a revolution on its release in 1992. If you only ever see one demo, make sure it's this one. 128
-18202 Logon System Collection 1
- Early demos by the founders of CPC demo coding, including the Malibu/Logon collaboration, Amazing Demo.
-18203* Logon System Collection 2
- The final releases by Logon System, including Overflow's breath-taking third demo, F**ing Exams, and the Euromeeting Demo. 128
-18204 Paradise Demo
- An accomplished, if predictable, megademo from Paradox.
-18205 French Classics 1
- A selection of the best releases from the heyday of French demo coding. Includes work by Fefesse and the Malibu Crackers.
-18206 French Classics 2
- More examples of Gallic genius, including Malibu's head-spinning farewell, the Intox demo.
-18207 Continental Classics
- A snapshot of the demo scene in Germany and elsewhere, c. 1990. Best of all is KKB's imaginative First Demo.
-18212 Voyage 1993
- Formulaic megademo by Prodatron and Alien of BENG!. 128
-18213 Prodatron Megademo
-18214 NWC Collection
- The innovative work of Danish demo coder Peter Sorensen, whose most recent release is entitled Unique (18218).
-18215* Ultimate Megademo
- Thought by many to rival The Demo, Face Hugger's imaginative demo introduced a new talent to the CPC coding world and started a
- craze for 3D effects. Also includes Elmar Krieger's spectacular Chain Demo. 128
-18216* Divine Megademo disc 1
-18217* Divine Megademo disc 2
- The enormous new demo by three of Europe's premier coding talents - Antoine Pitrou, Mage, and Odiesoft. Not as slick as you might hope,
- but contains some of the best CPC coding ever. Both discs needed. 128
-18218 Unique
- The long-awaited megademo by NWC of Unix, with new effects including an enormous sine scroll and starfield loader. 128
-18300 Pleasure Zone
- A slideshow of sexually explicit animations. 18
-18303 More animations of a dubious nature, including the infamous Germaine demos and the Fire Engine animation. 18
-18400 Animations of bouncing balls, violin players, Dr Spock, and many more.
-18401 Vector animations produced by David Carter with Discovery's Animator package. Very smooth. 128
+18100 Simple demos by LDC, aka David Long of Demon PD.
+18101 British demos.
+18102 CRTC Collection
+ Demos by CRTC (Richard Fairhurst), including 1992's Inspiration demo and the MacBugs meeting demo.
+18103 British demos.
+18104 Demoware
+ Excruciating demo by the Bitmap Vandals, plus previews of the follow-up, recently unearthed by Matthew Breckon.
+18105* Four excellent British demos: Wulf 3 (with truly beautiful graphics), Conspiracy TV, Atlantic Coding's Chill, and Frequency's Soundtrakker demo.
+18106 Martin Young's impressive 4-bit samples, and Palm Coding's superlative Blip! Music compilation.
+18108* Audio Illusions
+ A huge collection of music penned by Frequency of Systeme D, complete with interesting graphic effects and quality pictures by the Doodler.
+18200 Terrific Demo
+ A classic megademo by Weee! and Thriller (Cadjo Clan), with some of the best music around. 128
+18201* The Demo
+ As definitive as the title suggests, this is Logon System's meisterwerk. Seven parts forming the best examples of demo coding you'll ever find,
+ and a revolution on its release in 1992. If you only ever see one demo, make sure it's this one. 128
+18202 Logon System Collection 1
+ Early demos by the founders of CPC demo coding, including the Malibu/Logon collaboration, Amazing Demo.
+18203* Logon System Collection 2
+ The final releases by Logon System, including Overflow's breath-taking third demo, F**ing Exams, and the Euromeeting Demo. 128
+18204 Paradise Demo
+ An accomplished, if predictable, megademo from Paradox.
+18205 French Classics 1
+ A selection of the best releases from the heyday of French demo coding. Includes work by Fefesse and the Malibu Crackers.
+18206 French Classics 2
+ More examples of Gallic genius, including Malibu's head-spinning farewell, the Intox demo.
+18207 Continental Classics
+ A snapshot of the demo scene in Germany and elsewhere, c. 1990. Best of all is KKB's imaginative First Demo.
+18212 Voyage 1993
+ Formulaic megademo by Prodatron and Alien of BENG!. 128
+18213 Prodatron Megademo
+18214 NWC Collection
+ The innovative work of Danish demo coder Peter Sorensen, whose most recent release is entitled Unique (18218).
+18215* Ultimate Megademo
+ Thought by many to rival The Demo, Face Hugger's imaginative demo introduced a new talent to the CPC coding world and started a
+ craze for 3D effects. Also includes Elmar Krieger's spectacular Chain Demo. 128
+18216* Divine Megademo disc 1
+18217* Divine Megademo disc 2
+ The enormous new demo by three of Europe's premier coding talents - Antoine Pitrou, Mage, and Odiesoft. Not as slick as you might hope,
+ but contains some of the best CPC coding ever. Both discs needed. 128
+18218 Unique
+ The long-awaited megademo by NWC of Unix, with new effects including an enormous sine scroll and starfield loader. 128
+18300 Pleasure Zone
+ A slideshow of sexually explicit animations. 18
+18303 More animations of a dubious nature, including the infamous Germaine demos and the Fire Engine animation. 18
+18400 Animations of bouncing balls, violin players, Dr Spock, and many more.
+18401 Vector animations produced by David Carter with Discovery's Animator package. Very smooth. 128
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@@ -272594,84 +272594,84 @@ AMSDOS software, 7
These discs are intended for Amstrad CPC and Plus computers.
-19100 S.E.X. 1
- English-language fanzine from Greece. 18
-19101 C.E.F. 4/Fanzam 5
- Unpretentious and little-known British disc fanzine.
-19102 Donut Mag 1, Otto 1
- The first issues of Tom Dean's lively disczine and Nicholas Campbell's more po-faced production.
-19103 S.E.X. 2
- The latest issue of the Greek fanzine.
-19104 Amstrad User 6
-19105 Amstrad User 7
- Fanzine from Ireland. 128
-19106 Donut Mag 2
- Controversial but very enjoyable second issue of the Donut System fanzine.
-19107 Otto 4
-19108 Otto 3
- Nicholas Campbell's fanzine, now incorporating Jonty Jones's After Dark.
-19109 Ovation 2, CPC Telegramm 17
- Worthy but dull Greek fanzine coupled with the latest issue of Germany's excellent dual-language newszine.
-19110 Otto 5
- The final issue.
-19111* BTL 1
-19112* BTL 2
-19113* BTL 3
-19114* BTL 4
- The inimitable British disc fanzine, produced by leading lights of the STS and Systeme D groups, and with more libel than
- you would have thought could be packed into one 360k disc.
-19121 EuroWACCI 1
- A selection of classic articles from the WACCI paperzine in a freely distributable form for the European market.
-19122 EuroWACCI 2
-19125 ATM 1
-19126 ATM 2
-19127* ATM 3
- Amstrad Technical Mag: an intriguing mixture of gossip and hardware tips from Roy Everett and Nigel Callcutt.
-19128* Digital Press 3 disc 1
-19129* Digital Press 3 disc 2
- Informative and expansive French-German co-production. 128
-19130 Impact 3, Otto 2
- Fanzines by Tom Dean and Nicholas Campbell.
-19131 Another World 1 & 2
-19132 Another World 3 & 4
- Richard Avery's simple disc fanzine.>
-19200 Disc Full 5
-19201 Disc Full 6
-19202 Disc Full 7
- Beautifully produced French-language disczine. Compatible with 6128 only.
-19203 Ams'Dem 1
-19204 Ams'Dem 3
-19205 Z80 4
-19206 Micro-Mag 5
-19207 The Addams Fanz 1
-19208 Disc Full 8
-19209 Crack'n'Rom 7
-19210 Micro-Mag/Press Fire 7
-19211 Disc Full 10
- French-language disczines.
-19212 Dracula Fanz 4
-19213 Demoniak 4
-19214 Dracula Fanz 5 disc 1
-19215 Dracula Fanz 5 disc 2
- Some of the latest French-language disczines, with presentation more akin to that of a demo. A visual feast even for those who don't speak the language.
-19300 Amsmail 1
- A vintage German-language disczine.
-19301 CPC Fastloader 4, Bad Mag 1
- An issue of Prodatron's German-language fanzine plus the debut of notorious bilingual fanzine Bad Mag.
-19302 CPC Fastloader 6
-19303 Xtreme 1
- The final issue of Prodatron's original disczine and the first fruit of his collaboration with Hypnomega. Mostly German-language.
-19304 CPC Challenge 12
-19305 Bad Mag 2
- The second and final issue of the virulent Bad Mag.
-19306* Xtreme 2
- Probably the best of the "big name" fanzines, with flawless presentation and well-informed (bilingual) content.
-19307 Xtreme 3, CPC Challenge 17
-19309 Disc Mac Challenge 19/20
- Hypnomega's popular document of German scene culture.
-19310 Tribal Mag 7 disc 1
-19311 Tribal Mag 7 disc 2, Disc Mac Challenge 21
- The most recent issue of Juggler's mammoth German/English fanzine: varied and interesting content. Also the latest CPC Challenge.
+19100 S.E.X. 1
+ English-language fanzine from Greece. 18
+19101 C.E.F. 4/Fanzam 5
+ Unpretentious and little-known British disc fanzine.
+19102 Donut Mag 1, Otto 1
+ The first issues of Tom Dean's lively disczine and Nicholas Campbell's more po-faced production.
+19103 S.E.X. 2
+ The latest issue of the Greek fanzine.
+19104 Amstrad User 6
+19105 Amstrad User 7
+ Fanzine from Ireland. 128
+19106 Donut Mag 2
+ Controversial but very enjoyable second issue of the Donut System fanzine.
+19107 Otto 4
+19108 Otto 3
+ Nicholas Campbell's fanzine, now incorporating Jonty Jones's After Dark.
+19109 Ovation 2, CPC Telegramm 17
+ Worthy but dull Greek fanzine coupled with the latest issue of Germany's excellent dual-language newszine.
+19110 Otto 5
+ The final issue.
+19111* BTL 1
+19112* BTL 2
+19113* BTL 3
+19114* BTL 4
+ The inimitable British disc fanzine, produced by leading lights of the STS and Systeme D groups, and with more libel than
+ you would have thought could be packed into one 360k disc.
+19121 EuroWACCI 1
+ A selection of classic articles from the WACCI paperzine in a freely distributable form for the European market.
+19122 EuroWACCI 2
+19125 ATM 1
+19126 ATM 2
+19127* ATM 3
+ Amstrad Technical Mag: an intriguing mixture of gossip and hardware tips from Roy Everett and Nigel Callcutt.
+19128* Digital Press 3 disc 1
+19129* Digital Press 3 disc 2
+ Informative and expansive French-German co-production. 128
+19130 Impact 3, Otto 2
+ Fanzines by Tom Dean and Nicholas Campbell.
+19131 Another World 1 & 2
+19132 Another World 3 & 4
+ Richard Avery's simple disc fanzine.>
+19200 Disc Full 5
+19201 Disc Full 6
+19202 Disc Full 7
+ Beautifully produced French-language disczine. Compatible with 6128 only.
+19203 Ams'Dem 1
+19204 Ams'Dem 3
+19205 Z80 4
+19206 Micro-Mag 5
+19207 The Addams Fanz 1
+19208 Disc Full 8
+19209 Crack'n'Rom 7
+19210 Micro-Mag/Press Fire 7
+19211 Disc Full 10
+ French-language disczines.
+19212 Dracula Fanz 4
+19213 Demoniak 4
+19214 Dracula Fanz 5 disc 1
+19215 Dracula Fanz 5 disc 2
+ Some of the latest French-language disczines, with presentation more akin to that of a demo. A visual feast even for those who don't speak the language.
+19300 Amsmail 1
+ A vintage German-language disczine.
+19301 CPC Fastloader 4, Bad Mag 1
+ An issue of Prodatron's German-language fanzine plus the debut of notorious bilingual fanzine Bad Mag.
+19302 CPC Fastloader 6
+19303 Xtreme 1
+ The final issue of Prodatron's original disczine and the first fruit of his collaboration with Hypnomega. Mostly German-language.
+19304 CPC Challenge 12
+19305 Bad Mag 2
+ The second and final issue of the virulent Bad Mag.
+19306* Xtreme 2
+ Probably the best of the "big name" fanzines, with flawless presentation and well-informed (bilingual) content.
+19307 Xtreme 3, CPC Challenge 17
+19309 Disc Mac Challenge 19/20
+ Hypnomega's popular document of German scene culture.
+19310 Tribal Mag 7 disc 1
+19311 Tribal Mag 7 disc 2, Disc Mac Challenge 21
+ The most recent issue of Juggler's mammoth German/English fanzine: varied and interesting content. Also the latest CPC Challenge.
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CP/M software
-These discs are compatible with both Amstrad CPCs and PCWs. CP/M 2.2 (as supplied with 64k CPCs) may not be capable of running certain programs:
+These discs are compatible with both Amstrad CPCs and PCWs. CP/M 2.2 (as supplied with 64k CPCs) may not be capable of running certain programs:
a few are CPC-only or, rarely, CP/M 2.2-only.
-21100* VDE
- The commercial quality word-processor (file length up to 60k) in both its original and revised "ZDE" forms, plus a PD spell-checker.
-21101 Express Writer and Bradford, two word-processors with high quality printout options.
-21400* Printmaster
- Ingenious poster and card design package, with an integral font and clip art library. Easy to use and capable of superb results.
-21600 GigaCAD
- Graphical CAD system from Germany. CP/M 2.2 only
-22000 Miscellaneous utilities including date-stamping, print processing, and easy menu creation.
-22100* Filesweep utilities
- A set of intuitive file utilities, including the classic Newsweep (NSWP) and enhancements such as Maxisweep. If you can use ParaDOS, you can use these.
-22101 Sector editors and extended format utilities, including PC and PCW disc readers. Not PCW
-22300 File crunchers, providing a highly space-effective way of archiving your spare files.
-22301 File crunchers.
-22400 Two front-ends: the excellent GUI of Geno (CP/M 2.2 only) and the Unix-like command line of SUnix.
-23100 Comms terminal MEX, with several pre-defined system configurations.
-23101* ZMP, the only CPC/PCW terminal to support the efficient ZModem file transfer protocol, plus the customisable QTerm terminal program.
-23102 The SmartModem terminal and CRR (CP/M Read and Reply off-line reader).
-23103 Kermit and UUCP file transfer, plus the CPC-Modem terminal program.
-23205 XRAS bulletin-board system.
-24100* ZBASIC and MBASIC
- Two alternative versions of BASIC. ZBASIC is a cut-down version of a fast commercial BASIC compiler, while Microsoft's classic MBASIC
- is the program with which the manufacturers of Windows first made their name.
-24200 XLisp
-24300 JRT Pascal disc 1
-24301 JRT Pascal disc 2
- An interpreted version of the language with extensive documentation.
-24302 Small C
-24303 Small C source
- Interprets a subset of the system programming language.
-24400 Z80dis
- Flexible Z80 disassembler.
-24401* Dazzlestar, arguably the most fully-featured disassembler available for Z80 systems, plus powerful assembler ZSM.
-26100* The original adventure game (later dubbed "Classic Adventure"), a puzzler of renowned intensity, plus more recent adventures by Amstrad programmers.
-26101 A selection of adventures including Ken Bond's famously tricky Base and Island.
-26300 Arcade games including Tetris clone Quatris, Pacman, Tornado, and Maze Chase. Some not CP/M 2.2: Tornado CP/M 2.2 only
+21100* VDE
+ The commercial quality word-processor (file length up to 60k) in both its original and revised "ZDE" forms, plus a PD spell-checker.
+21101 Express Writer and Bradford, two word-processors with high quality printout options.
+21400* Printmaster
+ Ingenious poster and card design package, with an integral font and clip art library. Easy to use and capable of superb results.
+21600 GigaCAD
+ Graphical CAD system from Germany. CP/M 2.2 only
+22000 Miscellaneous utilities including date-stamping, print processing, and easy menu creation.
+22100* Filesweep utilities
+ A set of intuitive file utilities, including the classic Newsweep (NSWP) and enhancements such as Maxisweep. If you can use ParaDOS, you can use these.
+22101 Sector editors and extended format utilities, including PC and PCW disc readers. Not PCW
+22300 File crunchers, providing a highly space-effective way of archiving your spare files.
+22301 File crunchers.
+22400 Two front-ends: the excellent GUI of Geno (CP/M 2.2 only) and the Unix-like command line of SUnix.
+23100 Comms terminal MEX, with several pre-defined system configurations.
+23101* ZMP, the only CPC/PCW terminal to support the efficient ZModem file transfer protocol, plus the customisable QTerm terminal program.
+23102 The SmartModem terminal and CRR (CP/M Read and Reply off-line reader).
+23103 Kermit and UUCP file transfer, plus the CPC-Modem terminal program.
+23205 XRAS bulletin-board system.
+24100* ZBASIC and MBASIC
+ Two alternative versions of BASIC. ZBASIC is a cut-down version of a fast commercial BASIC compiler, while Microsoft's classic MBASIC
+ is the program with which the manufacturers of Windows first made their name.
+24200 XLisp
+24300 JRT Pascal disc 1
+24301 JRT Pascal disc 2
+ An interpreted version of the language with extensive documentation.
+24302 Small C
+24303 Small C source
+ Interprets a subset of the system programming language.
+24400 Z80dis
+ Flexible Z80 disassembler.
+24401* Dazzlestar, arguably the most fully-featured disassembler available for Z80 systems, plus powerful assembler ZSM.
+26100* The original adventure game (later dubbed "Classic Adventure"), a puzzler of renowned intensity, plus more recent adventures by Amstrad programmers.
+26101 A selection of adventures including Ken Bond's famously tricky Base and Island.
+26300 Arcade games including Tetris clone Quatris, Pacman, Tornado, and Maze Chase. Some not CP/M 2.2: Tornado CP/M 2.2 only
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