Another thing i did for practice and for fun… But I had it when I was a kid ... I remember those hard times to start the game on this thing, you had to literally stop the movement of the earth. But that was my childhood :D I suspect that not all of you (mostly young payers) can not remember this thing. So I refer to wikipedia
Hope you like it :)
BTW. Make sure you check bigger version (800x600), progress, and animation progress
over 1 year ago
amazing work mate! love the player so much! A unique design approach! great !
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh thanks man :)
Really nice work man!
Thanks @Andrea Cau :)
I remember I begged my parents to buy me one. But couple of months later they bought me Amiga 500. So I missed the whole datasette experience.
@Anna Marinenko thanks ;)
@Piotr Kwiatkowski Believe me, it was a scary and funny experience. It was never known whether the game will run or not. The thrill and incredible satisfaction when finally did - something beautiful :D
I like especially the texture on the plastic body.
That games - one pixel running after ten pixels :) Great
@1024jp Thanks :)
@ThisIsUI Pixels everywhere :D hah thanks :)
I like this color is tie-in
wow, perfect quality!
I definitely remember tape drives! Nice.
Related story: I needed to load some preset sounds into an old analogue synth, a Korg Poly 800. It uses tape for saving and loading. Someone uploaded the contents of the tape as an audio file, so I loaded the file onto my iPhone and played the file into the Poly 800 via the headphone jack. Took a few attempts, but worked eventually. Old tech vs new tech win!
I had one of these! Really nice
@leef @spovv @Bjango ✎ Marc Edwards @Chus Margallo thanks guys :)
Oh, I had this thing as well :)
Congrats, it looks perfect, you even put that usual dirt on the beige parts :).
Great one! :)
@Csaba Gyulai thanks :D i even put face on this plastic thing... but i guess nobody see this :D lol
@micronaut thanks! :)
haha RESPECT ! Good old times :)
damn, but u missed one detail :D The hole for screwdriver :) i know its on the black space over buttons but maybe u can highlight it somehow :) As all C64 users know this is important detail :)
@Dominik Laurysiewicz thanks dude :) btw. this was my ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Commodore-Datassette.jpg as you can see there is no hole for screwdriver :(
It IS there on the reference, raise the brightness and you'll see :)
I couldn't find the face you mentioned though :).
@Csaba Gyulai holy smoke :P i don't see it before... damn! :P well i improve this soon... :) so thanks ;)
Visible on my mac Mateusz :) Anyway great job you done over it. Its good to see something from childhood ^^
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