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    RISCOScode is running this year's RISC OS Oscars
    Here's how you can join in and vote...

     

    RISC OS Gaming News 5681 Reads funandhumour

    Over the past few weeks, RISC OS has seen a flurry of gaming news, be it commercial (didn't think I'd be saying that again!), freeware and shareware. Here's a little round-up of the important bits that might interest you.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Friday, July 08, 2011 Read full article: 'RISC OS Gaming News'   

    New MyRISC OS Poll 6619 Reads funandhumour

    We've just put a new poll up for voting.

    You'll need to login to vote and remember it's just for fun, but why not create an account if you don't already have one and vote...

     



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Thursday, March 05, 2009 Read full article: 'New MyRISC OS Poll'   

    As a bit of fun and again to encourage people to login and explore myriscos, we've published a poll for RISC OS users to vote in.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Sunday, June 22, 2008 Read full article: 'RISC OS versions survey'   

    Sword Clash 4350 Reads funandhumour

    Blasts of the Xtreme released their latest budget game, Sword Clash at the Wakefield show in May. This latest game costs a mere £5.00 in their BOTX Budget Range and has hours of fun!


    Sword Clash is a graphic text adventure for RISC OS based in Carew Castle, Wales in the medieval times where you are captured in battle and you have to escape...


    Sword Clash contains real, interesting graphics, foot-tapping music, mind-boggling puzzles and mases and lots more! Hours of fun guaranteed! To buy Sword Clash, email: sales@blastsofthextreme.tk. More information can be obtained from the USENET announcement: http://www.tinyurl.com/2fwehc and http://www.blastsofthextreme.com



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, June 17, 2007   

    RISC OS game videos 4729 Reads funandhumour

    'VanPeebles' have been working with Acorn Gamez to bring classic and new RISC OS games to YouTube to refresh people's memories, Chocks Away, Pandora's Box and Stunt Racer 2000 are only some of the fantastic videos that you can watch on the video sharing website YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=AcornGamez and more are updated daily.


    Unfortunately, you cannot view YouTube videos on RISC OS but MPEG versions of these videos (which is supported on RISC OS) are planned to be released soon on the RISC OS game website, AcornGamez: http://www.acorngamez.com



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, June 17, 2007   

    Bloody Battlegrounds 8029 Reads funandhumour
    Blasts of the Xtreme have now released their second commercial map pack for Heroes of Might and Magic 2.

    This new pack has been released just in time for the SouthWest Show at the Webbington Hotel in Loxton, where you will be able to purchase directly from Blasts of the Xtreme.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, February 23, 2007 Read full article: 'Bloody Battlegrounds'   

    Chuckle 5505 Reads funandhumour
    Message from Sion Cleaver of Blasts of the Xtreme "We are very proud to announce the release of our first RISC OS demo, !Chuckle."

    Chuckle is a rather simple demo where an alien presence hacks in to FBI computers and threatens to destroy the earth due to missiels being launched by accident at their home planet.

    Chuckle can be downloaded from the downloads section of our site: www.blastsofthextreme.50megs.com

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, January 22, 2007   

    Mesage from Sion Cleaver of Blasts of the Xtreme "We are pleased to announce the release of version 1.10 of Era of the Phoenix.

    In this new version, an extra map is added due to there being two copies of the same map. Thanks to Toopah for sorting that out!

    All copies of Era of the Phoenix sold after this date will contain version 1.10 or better.

    Everyone in our database of users will receive the update via e-mail very soon."

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, January 07, 2007   

    Message from Sion Cleaver of Blasts of the Xtreme:

    "Version 1.01 of Era of the Phoenix is being sent out to users via e-mail or post. So, if you own a legal copy of Era of the Phoenix, check your inbox!"

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, December 31, 2006 Read full article: 'Era of the Phoenix 1.01'   

    Message from Sion Cleaver of Blasts of the Xtreme:

    "Just in time for Christmas ;) We are pleased to announce the availabilty of our first product, Era of the Phoenix.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Tuesday, November 28, 2006 Read full article: 'Era of the Phoenix available!'   

    The MyRISC OS Forum is once again working so users can chat about all things RISC OS! Simply click on 'Forum' on the sidebar to enter!

    Go on, you know you want to!

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, November 13, 2006   

    If you like an occasional game of ELITE or your name is Simon Challands then you might be interested in a new game from Jason Tribbeck.

    ACED has been tested on a RiscPC 710 with RISC OS 3.71 and should run on earlier machines.


     

    MarsQuake Heaven 6333 Reads funandhumour
    Blasts of the Xtreme have recently been releasing around 3 MarsQuake games per day and are still being developed.

    So, when you have some free time why don't check outhttp://geocities.com/blasts_of_the_xtreme/

    <marsquake can="can" be="be" downloaded="downloaded" href="http://www.acornarcade.com/features/">http://www.acornarcade.com/features/</marsquake>

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, June 02, 2006   

    According to the Select Website "Select CD's have started shipping and should reach everyone sometime in the next week"

    Note: As a thought, how long does it take post to get from Cardiff to (say) Edinburgh first class? Sometime next week doesn't sound right.
     
    Posted by pjwerdna on Wednesday, May 01, 2002 Read full article: 'Select CD's have started shipping!'   

    As reported at The Register

    During his keynote, Intel's Greg Fister boasted about McKinley's great potential to crush rival RISC systems. And he had figures to prove it.

    Fister unveiled benchmarks that showed Itanic roasting what he described as "one of our leading enterprise contenders", in the form of a BBC Acorn computer.

    Note: The article's author, Andrew Orlowski, whilst these days busy reporting on what he dubs Intel's Itanic Cockups (and similar news), is also, in his own words, "an Archimedes veteran". Little wonder that he's not taken in by Intel's spin.
     

    IMPORTANT UPDATE

    Please note: New EU Directive 456179

    In order to meet the conditions for joining the Single European currency, all citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland must be made aware that the phrase "Spending a penny" is not to be used after 31st December 2001. From this date, the correct terminology will be: "Euronating".

    Thank you for your attention.

    Note: (I think this is taking the Euros ;-p - mod.)
     
    Posted by snoopy on Saturday, January 12, 2002   

    Artex Software have announced the re-release of their BotKiller 2 platform puzzle game as freeware.


    They have also included a level editor, so when you get tired of the pre-defined levels, you can spend many a happy hour inventing your own.


    Download details: BotKiller 2

     
    Posted by MyRISCOS on Saturday, October 06, 2001   

     
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