ARCHIVES - MAY 2002
Sources: newsgroups, ST-Computer, MagiC online, Atari.org, DHS
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May 31st, 2002
Harder, faster, better, stronger
Rodolphe Czuba has received his 150 accelerator cards. They will be available very soon.
The demonstration version of the strategy game STune brings some improvements. The authors have added a level editor.
Qed v5.0 beta
The new version of this text editor offers very interesting features (such as syntaxical highlighting). If you meet a problem with this beta version, do not hesitate to contact the author.
Luna v2.09 becomes free
After a travel into the world of the sharewares, this version of Luna is now freeware. Luna is a text editor written in GFA-Basic.
The demonstration version of this organizer is available on the Web site of its author. It is available in English and French.
XaAES v0.943 available
The famous and free multitask AES from Henk Robbers has been updated. The complete list of these updates is on XaAES' site.
Popeye on ST
Do you remember those old games called "Game & Watch"? The webmaster of Atari.Games would like to convert them for ST/Falcon. The first one is Popeye the Sailorman. In a near future, other games should be released.
The demo crew .tSCc. has released the issue 22 of their diskmag Undercover Magascene. You will find numerous articles (in English) about the demo scene on ST and Falcon. There is an HTML version on the Web site.
ACE Midi v1.04
The very last version of ACE Midi is available on the site of its developpers. However, only the registered users can download it.
Pour les amoureux du soundchip
The most famous soundchip composers joined their forces and talents under the name "YM Rockers". They have created all the musics of a little demo called "Spinning Wheels". It runs from the ST to the Falcon.
Less and less bugs for another version. ARAnyM (Atari Running on Any Machine) strikes back with the version 0.1.7.
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