Introduce yourself to your fellow forum members - what was your journey into the Sinclair world?
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I'm from New Zealand and thought I should join this forum to swap ideas and publicise my games. I've put a number of ZX81 programs together. My most well known games are, "Masada Class" written in 1994 and a ZX81 version of Jetpac I finished earlier this year. I'll put some links and more info for them in the New Games section soon.
I have a 40 hour a week job and live on a small sheep farm so I don't have as much time for programming as I'd like.
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I Loved Jetpac so would really enjoy playing a version of that
Sounds like life keeps you busy but there's always room for retro
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Welcome to our forums!
Nice to have a New Zealand member.
I hope you can find all you need on our website.
We are trying to help where we can.
Kind regards Paul
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Hello Bukster and welcome to our forum.
Have a good browse around the forum.
There are various members producing new software for ZX81/TS1000 machines (and some even for the ZX80).
We very much welcome new contributions
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More the merrier, welcome aboard
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Welcome - great to see another programmer on here
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Welcome and many thanks, i really enjoyed playing on your game Masada and even more to Jetpack
Hope you'll have some time for new stuff.