New version of Star Fighter 3000

Announcement from Christopher Bazley, 15th September, 2013 I have released a new patch for Star Fighter 30001, a 1994 game where you fly a one-person fighter spacecraft around a mainly flat-shaded polygonal world shooting things, blowing them up, and collecting floating bonus coins.

Inferno and Star Fighter 3000 patches

Today, the game is different. Well, it’s still the same, but patched. Christopher and Martin Bazley, two of a trio of siblings fairly well known in the RISC OS community, released patches for a couple of old games back in March.

Show report: London 2017

The question on everyone’s lips for countless years to come will be “Where were you on 28th October, 2017?” Okay, they probably won’t be asking that – but I’m asking it now. Well? Where were you? I’ll tell you where I was: Feltham. More specifically, the St Giles Hotel – in the conference rooms on […]

RISC OS Awards 2016 results

The RISC OS Awards poll for 2016 was brought to a close on 29th February. As before, the results were processed and counted on a RISC OS computer (using a home-brewed program to turn the votes into a file for each category, ready to be loaded into Fireworkz), and initially announced on the @RISCOSitory Twitter […]

RISC OS Awards 2015 results

The RISC OS Awards poll for 2015 officially drew to a close in mid-February, with the votes being counted and initially announced on the @RISCOSitory Twitter feed about a week later – and those results have now been published on the RISC OS Awards website, and – where possible – the winners will be formally […]

RISC OS Awards at ROUGOL

An opportunity to reminisce about good times long very recently gone. The RISC OS User Group of London have announced the date and subject of their next meeting – and it’s a subject that I hope all but fifty or so members of the RISC OS community are currently thinking about! That subject is the […]

Snippets – 31st December, 2014

Because while no news is good news, some news is better. Or something. Keen eyed readers of RISCOSitory will no doubt have noticed that for the last couple of months they have in fact not been keen eyed readers of RISCOSitory at all. As is sometimes the case, the workload here at the Soft Rock […]