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Old 05 May 2015, 23:19   #21
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Amazing demo!

This ultimately goes to prove that with each new PC / home computer (Spectrum, Amiga, etc, etc, etc.) that came along back in the day, each predecessor hasn't reached it's full potential. Just amazes how many die-hard retro coders are still out there "unlocking" and pushing them to the limit. Keeps the memories of bygone computers alive.
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Old 06 May 2015, 00:43   #22
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Originally Posted by s2325 View Post
I think this wizard should play with other computer, not IBM PC.
well, quite. i had in mind more like Playstation 4.

Besides, i doubt that in 30 years time any of today's hardware is still such a mystery, be it from reverse engineering or leaked documents.
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