Xmas 2019

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David Williams
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Xmas 2019

Post by David Williams » Tue 24 Dec 2019, 16:50

No source - just enjoy the spectacle:

http://www.proggies.uk/progs/zip/xmas2019.zip (101 Kb)

Needs a fast PC - it's written in BASIC, and there's rather a lot going on!

EDIT: Here's a very glitchy YouTube video (30 fps, 80% quality) of the demo in case anyone has trouble running the EXE:

https://youtu.be/tXLU-rvKDcg

This is almost certainly my last post here until at least 2021 because I'm dedicating 2020 exclusively to RISC OS-related things (have had several projects on the back burner for years).

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to y'all... :D


David.
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mikeg
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Re: Xmas 2019

Post by mikeg » Tue 24 Dec 2019, 20:06

This is almost certainly my last post here until at least 2021 because I'm dedicating 2020 exclusively to RISC OS-related things (have had several projects on the back burner for years).
Nice presentation. Hope to see you in 2020 every so often. Good luck and best wishes for your projects.
Focus is on code subject. Feel free to judge the quality of my work.

KenDown
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Re: Xmas 2019

Post by KenDown » Wed 01 Jan 2020, 13:08

Now that is one listing I would love to see - and learn from!

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