SID + Trinity + SAM = Fun!

Currently working hard on an article and chilling our with some SID Tunes played on SAM with Random play via Trinity!
Using an old program I put together a few years back – although noticing I was missing half the tunes by getting the directory size wrong was embarrassing!

(Forgot the directory was held in 256 bytes – not 512! At least I worked it out!)

I’m definitely going to be supporting Trinity on my big project – but first I need to get this one finished 🙂

Lets get jiggy…

Bit of a new year break – had a bit of illness… but despite all that – ready to go!

Have now got my SAM armed with Trinity (WOW!) and SID Interface.. and am really planning to jump on my work with being able to test on a Live SAM 🙂

More later !

Round and round….

Well, the routine I was decoding was starting to get my nerves somewhat – so I had to get some more experienced help.

It now makes more sense somewhat – almost decoded it – but it’s rather clever coding. Well to me at least 🙂

Thanks for the assist Balor 🙂 Would have cost me more of a hair-loss without!

Might as well face it, i’m …

I love puzzle games.

In fact I’ve been told many times in the past that they are probably something I’m a bit addicted to….. Whilst working for a not-as-well-known as it should have been computer manufacturer in Wales in the 90′s – a Tetris game was my pleasure and curse.

And now I’m cursed again: but in a good way!!! 🙂

I have got to recommend the excellent SAM Coupe Tetris game by the incredibly talented Balor Price – who lives at www.cookingcircle.co.uk

(oh: the link is actually here)

It’s a damn good game. Seriously.

And I’m not just saying that because I tested it. I’d have played it silly without being asked. But I’m grateful.

But I’m hiding the file because I’ve some games to do.

And I’m playing with a lot of Willy at the moment. So I’d better not play it for a bit 🙂