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Arne von Boehn

Posts 27
13 Jun 2021 09:24


Greetings this is Arne

I'm 14 years old .
I love Amiga and want to write games in 68080 Assembler.
 
Here is my first game, a two player Duel Tetris called "Apollo-Blocks"!
 
 
Here is a short Video showing the this new Apollo Blocks game.
The GFX is made by Kevin.




Mirijam Wagner
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 9
13 Jun 2021 10:03


Hey Arne, great Video. Good Job!!!


Mr Niding

Posts 458
13 Jun 2021 10:50


Thanks for the development for my V4 :)

At the end of the week I will get home for a break (work work), and will download and test this game.

Looks really impressive and slick! :)


Lord Aga
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 118
13 Jun 2021 13:51


Great work from our junior department :)


David Wright

Posts 365
14 Jun 2021 03:56


A chip of the ole block I see. Nice one there.


Jean-Baptiste Bolcato

Posts 60
14 Jun 2021 07:05


14 years old... blimey.
Slick! And all in assembler?! Well done Arne, VERY impressive.
Can't wait for you next creations!


Robo Kupka

Posts 23
14 Jun 2021 07:12


Great job Arne.


Przemyslaw Tkaczyk

Posts 151
14 Jun 2021 11:39


Well done, Arne! Looking forward to more ASM/SAGA coding :)


Andrew Miller

Posts 299
14 Jun 2021 13:36


This is really impressive, what development environment did you use?


Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 5421
14 Jun 2021 14:12


Here is Arne just in time coding on the game
before he showed it at the Amiga event.

You can see I was very proud as him :)


Arne von Boehn

Posts 27
14 Jun 2021 16:37


Andrew Miller wrote:

This is really impressive, what development environment did you use?

 
 
I coded on my Apollo V4 (which I did solder myself :-)
And I did use Apollo-OS r6) and i did use the Tool ASM One.
The games use directly the SAGA Amiga chipset of the V4.


Roger Andre Lassen

Posts 139
14 Jun 2021 17:22


Very impressive Arne. Keep up the good work.

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