Tag: History

It’s never late to celebrate

Although 1st January came and went without a post, CodeBin is now officially 3 years old. As my regular readers (if any) know by now, it is time for another recap. Here’s what’s happened in 2015… Well, not a lot

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End of 2014 report

Another year has gone by and CodeBin blog is celebrating its second birthday today. Yay! I’d also like to wish all my readers a happy and prosperous new year! This is the usual recap of all that’s happened here. Apart

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Excavation of an extra-terrestrial

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was released to cinemas in 1982. The critically acclaimed movie surpassed Star Wars to be the highest grossing film of all time until 1993’s Jurassic Park. For gamers however, its video game adaptation is more famous for

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End of 2013 report

I started this blog exactly a year ago on new year’s day, which makes it 1 year old today! Yay! This is a little recap post to summarise what happened over these past 12 months here. First I’d like to

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In memoriam: ComVir

This is a completely uninteresting post for pretty much anyone, but me, still it’s a great part of my developer life in terms of stupid mistakes resulting in a data loss of something dear to me. This is the story

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Ostudio’s Kill Bill

Having had enough of regular blue screen of deaths, Sepu sets out from the IT classroom of VMG with one mission: to kill Bill. Ostudio’s animator was the main character in this great point-and-click adventure game, where he used creative

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Ostudio’s C64 Games

T shirt image from Zazzle Today I reviewed another piece of history with the help of Gizmo, who was kind enough to send me his old C64 programs. I fired up the emulator to find three great Ostudio games, ported

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Oscorch

A new classic has been added to the Ostudio page: Oscorch, our reimagination of the mother of all games. Enjoy a pure multi-player artillery game with well-known and never-before-seen characters. Up to 10 tanks from 9 teams with unique colours,

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The birth of Ostudio

I’ve been busy playing Diablo III lately, as well as other minor things like work and life, so let’s look at another piece of history. A long time ago, on a cold winter afternoon in early 1998, me and my

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Evolution of a developer

This is a bit of retrospective of how I became a developer, having a look at all the programming languages I stumbled across over the years. I never had a C-64, no matter how much I was whining to my

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