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Bdash updated
Boulder Dash was one of the first games to arrive on the Bitbox, but wasn't really advanced enough. I took some time and it's now getting some attention. A new release has been done, with some new features: using chiptracker and not sound samples (reducing ...

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New Game : Mario Watch !
Hi ! It's been a long time since real content has been put on this blog. Now is a good time to fix that, by announcing a new game on the bitbox  ! Being a kid while the game & watch lcd games were all the rage, I like to reimplement them. This one is a nice...

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Ideas of games to write
Some of us are looking for game ideas to code (just before they've way too many projects ongoing :) ) Of course, you can contribute to one of the WIP projects on the bitbox wiki page ( https://github.com/makapuf/bitbox/wiki/Software-Index ) - frankly, many ...

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Micromo : a Thomson MO5 emulator !
Hi all, I made a port of the dcmo5 emulator for the bitbox micro.   The MO5 was a famous (in France, completely unknown everywhere else) computer, not so bad after all, and on par with a Spectrum.  Its specs :  320x200 fixed palette 16-colors (16k RAM) with...

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Nice Video from L Wagner of different Bitbox games !

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Answer to preceding post ... ByteBeat
As you may have tried yourself, the tiny binaries produced by the preceding code create long tunes directly coded by a function of time ! So you basically have s=f(t) where s is the output sample, t the sample id and f a simple expression as the one I put o...

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u=t((t>>13)&31&t>>9)-((t>>7)&23&t>>3)*
What is this ?? Well it's a very interesting thing I found on the web the other day. If you have a bitbox please download and run this small (3.1kB) program - it needs sound, not display. (I'll provide the code  - which is really not much more than what is ...

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new game : Dragon's Lair !
Ah .. such a nice game to play on the Bitbox ! (see Angry Video Game Nerd or Joueur du Grenier reviews ;) ... ) The game is open source and the release is here : https://github.com/makapuf/bitbox-fmv For more info about the game see : http://www.dragons-lai...

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Back from FOSDEM
I got back from the FOSDEM a week and but didn't have the time to write about : here are some small notes about it. FOSDEM was quite again a formidable event with alsmost 600 presentations ! I've shown the bitbox and the bitbox micro (which I need to blog a...
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