Originally Posted by Mark Wright
After all, it's how I learned. [...] couple of disks [...] were filled with sources and binaries for crude intros/routines by the likes of HQC, [...]
I spent hours and hours pissing around in SEKA trying to understand what was going on - just in order to assemble and run them.
No books. No documentation. An A500 the day it was released. A disk with SEKA. A few HQC sources. A lot of guessing. A lot of wondering. A lot of reverse engineering. A lot of fun.