We’ve been a bit busy the last couple of weeks, so updates on here have been suffering a bit. So, time to recap!
Two weeks back (yes, time does fly…) we released both a onefiled version of Donkey Kong JR, as well as the preview of Gravitrix, an extremely entertaining puzzler from Robot Riot (with good looks and audio as well). Supplied by our new member Nith, while trainer and IFFL was installed by Sailor!
This is a game well worth playing, so be sure to download and give it a try if you haven’t already.
Then a few gameplayers commented that they did not like the side-effect of the invicibility trainer in our first version of Donkey Kong JR. We listened – and decided to go all in, after all the game is a smashing conversion.
So, a week later, we brought out an even better mailversion of Donkey Kong JR! This time with no less than six trainers available, and high-score saver installed! Sailor again did all the hard work, while Taper provided extended documentation.
Our very talented graphician Ilesj came #2 (out of 31) in the Science Fiction Graphics with his Engage charmode, begin pursuit. It’s an innovative mix between charmode and multicolor, with assisting code by Icon.
We’re very pleased to welcome talented game developer Nith to the mummyship, reinforcing the German section of TRIAD. We are now 20 members, most of which are active in one way or another. Catch us at the next big party in 2015!
And what a party it was! Best X to date. Flawless arrangement and some great compos! This year TRIAD was represented by ilesj (Finland) and bepp (Sweden). Old-time member dcmp was also present at the party.
Besides from knocking everyone’s socks in the IK+ compo, ilesj placed 4th in the Graphics compo with his awesome Out Run memories! Congrats! bepp celebrated his 40th birthday at the party and was greeted in the great Offence/Fairlight/Prosonix demo ‘RGB’. Already looking forward to X2016!
Time to go for a spin in your precious little helicopter and blast some annoying enemies! Today we give you Helicopter Attack (Hubschrauber Angriff) preview. Supplied by Dalezy, trained by Lynx, translated by Taper and NTSC fix done as a combined effort.
So, throw some juice in the bird and take a testflight!
A few weeks back DJ Gruby joined up with TRIAD to function mainly as a coder and diskmag editor. You might hear some tunes from him in the future too, though.
We’re delighted to have DJ Gruby in our ranks, we’ve wanted him on-board for quite a while but he had other obligations at the time. Now the timing was finally right for all of us and TRIAD got a welcome reinforcement!
Today TRIAD bring you the 15:th issue of Attitude magazine! We know it’s been far too long between issues (again), but it feels great to have another issue out in the wild!
A big thanks to all our friends in the scene who constantly show support for Attitude and provide music, graphics and other kinds of input. We really appreciate it!
Do enjoy this Saturday with a good read!
We were a bit lazy with updates during the summer, so we never got around to inform you about the new version of Cheesecutter (2.6.1 this time around) that Abaddon completed. Ruk/Booze Design ported it to Mac OS X so you can download that one as well if you’re a member of the Mac-posse.
ilesj and Icon collaborated on this awesome contribution for the CSDb Science Fiction Graphics Competition, entitled “Engage charmode, begin pursuit“. Be sure not to just look at this screenshot as there is more going on – go download and run on the real deal!
Today we give you the PC tool d64EIC, aka “d64 Errorinfo Combiner” from Sailor! Use this tool to combine several bad backups of one disk into a .d64 image with less (or in best case none) errors.
This is an essential tool for all of us who do a lot of backups of old floppies with many read-errors. d64EIC is here to save your day! Read the .nfo for instructions and more information!