At the London Show last month, AMCOG Games released a new 3D-perspective game – and that game, Star Mine, is now available to purchase from !Store.
One of things to look out for at the London Show this coming Saturday is a new title from AMCOG Games called Star Mine – and a small selection of images have now been released as a taster of what the game looks like.
In a break to the regular schedule, the January meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) – which is customarily the group’s annual general meeting – will be a regular meeting, with a guest speaker, and to which you are all invited.
In my preview of the Wakefield Show, which is looming ever closer as I type this, I mentioned that Sine Nomine will have a new version of puzzle game Wrangler available, and were expecting to have new versions of RiscOSM and, possibly, other products from their range. Sine Nomine’s Matthew Phillips has now been in touch to confirm exactly what they will have – rather than just expect to have. In short, the Durham Duo will be releasing several updates to their range at the event, so here’s the low-down…
Finding the Webbington Hotel – a true test of Sine Nomine’s RiscOSM! This year’s Southwest Show, which takes place on Saturday, 21st February, will see Sine Nomine Software making their debut appearance at this event – regular exhibitors at other shows, Durham-based couple Matthew and Hilary Phillips have never before attended this one.
And a new ‘case study’ game thrown into the mix BASIC games programmers who use the AMCOG Development Kit to make the process easier can now fetch a new version of the kit, which has been updated to v1.09.1. Features added to this version include:
The first meeting of 2021 for the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) will take place on Monday, and the guest speaker will be Tony Bartram of AMCOG Games, talking on the subject of: The AMCOG Development Process
I don’t think anyone can possibly disagree with me when I say that 2020, so far, has been an unusual year. Most of the world is in some form of lockdown due to the SARS-CoV-2 (novel coronavirus) pandemic, with movements beyond our homes and interactions with people beyond our own households at a minimum – which means (in a RISC OS context) shows and user group meetings aren’t taking place.
The lockdown may have been eased slightly in the UK (elsewhere may vary), meaning you are permitted to venture outside for longer for your daily exercise, but that doesn’t mean you should be outside all day, every day – so what can you do at home for the rest of the day?
The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club‘s next meeting will feature Tony Bartram of AMCOG Games as guest speaker.