Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Datastorm 2017 Invitro for Up Rough


Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen! Allow me to present my latest production for Up Rough! This is an "invitro" for Datastorm 2017! This cool event is taking place in February 2017 in Gothenburg Sweden, with more information available at www.datastorm.party 

Spot from Up Rough contacted me recently, and asked me to make up something by way of an "invitro" and suggested a rework of the old classic Dungeon Master cracktro by World of Wonders from the Amiga, so we spent a few hours brainstorming, and making code and GFX etc., and here is the result!

I hope you like it, and the credits and greets etc. can all be found in the scrolltext within!

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/datastorm2017.html


Thursday, 13 October 2016

Lethal Xcess +4 Trainer by Awesome (Amiga)


Fancied a quick CODEF fix tonight to take my mind off some shit, so here's tonights' 30 minute remake!

This is the Lethal Xcess +4 Trainer by Awesome from the Amiga!

Nice and simple, clean and effective, with a cool tune.

Enjoy! :-)

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/awesome.html


Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Megabang 2 - The Sequel by The Lost Boys on the Atari ST



I fancied a return to the Atari ST remakes today, so let me present The Megabang 2 - The Sequel Demo by The Lost Boys!

I remember this demo being launched at an Atari ST Show I went to at Alexandra Palace in North London back in sometime around 1990 - and I always thought it was cool - so seemed a good choice for a remake!

Hopefully you'll agree!

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/megabang2_sequel.html

Monday, 19 September 2016

Zombie Pacman


...and for my latest CODEF screen, here is my homage to the ultra-cool Zombie Pacman by Scoopex and Tolou on the Amiga, released at the High Coast Hack Summer 2016.

A cool screen, which has some great music - with a neat little twist on the Classic PacMan theme, and some nice GFX... overall, it was a pleasure to try to remake in CODEF!

Enjoy!

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/zombie_pacman.html



SSL Certification

Just a quick update to let you know that my CODEF website now has SSL certification. 
It won't make a lot of difference to about 99% of the stuff on on here, but every now and again something crops up (like accessing a webcam) that requires SSL. 


In the past I just uploaded those files on my Dropbox, and shared a public link - however as of this month Dropbox are not allowing these files to be accessed any longer, so I guessed it was time for my own SSL certificate, so now I have one!

You can test it out here at my "Webcam Cube" demo!

https://codef.namwollem.co.uk/webcam_cube.html

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Plasmaballs!

After almost two months without posting anything much on here, I thought I really ought to make a new screen, and an original one for a change!

I used some "ideas" from some old ST screens, and a variation of my favourite effect (plasma) with a kick-ass Drum n Bass tune by Muffler & Xhale to make.... The Plasmaballs Screen!!

Then I chucked in a randomised plasma distortion, and timed a colour fluctuation to the EQ.... all in all, I love it - but then I'm biased! :-)

I hope you like it too!

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/plasmaballs.html



Friday, 15 July 2016

Unreleased 4k Intro by Exo7 for the Atari ST


Another quick CODEF remake for tonight.... and a screen made by one of my CODEF colleagues, DYNO.... this is his 1990s 4k intro from the Atari ST, as part of EXO7!

A really nice screen, and very clever effects for a 4k ST demoscreen!

Enjoy this browser remake! :-)

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/exo7_4k.html


FlipIt intro by Black Monks from the Amiga


On the prowl for another suitable intro for a quick CODEF fix, I came across this intro by the Black Monks on the Amiga for FlipIt!

No music (sorry folks! - but got to be authentic!) but some cool 3D bobs and line vectors!

Enjoy!

http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/bm_flipit.html

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Ottifanten by Thrust!


Who remembers this Amiga classic?? Ottifanten by Thrust! An awesome screen I remembered from my Amiga days.... I started to make a CODEF version, and then I got lazy, and left it for a few months, and when my NAS died - I lost it all :-(

Then I found that M9 had made an HTML5 version, so I "borrowed" his code calculations (don't worry, it IS fully credited in my HTML page) - and tweaked and changed it to work with the CODEF framework, with the correct screen dimensions, and here you go...

... a way to enjoy Ottifanten by Thrust on your browser!


http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/ottifanten.html

Kefrens' A Cool Little Intro on the Amiga


I found this "cool little intro" on the Amiga, by Kefrens... and what do you know, it's called "Cool Little Intro"!

A quick remake for you to enjoy!


http://codef.namwollem.co.uk/kefrens_intro.html