Sunday, August 23, 2009


Hi All,

I'm still awaiting a S60 5th edition version of internet radio so in the mean time I decided to make a quick Slayradio player for my N97.

Slayradio is (IMHO) the best internet radio station EVER, playing a constant mix of the best C64 remixes.

Its still a very early version, it has little or no error checking, and you use at your own risk but...

If you want to use it you can.

Please note this was written in Python and so requires the latest runtimes, tested successfully on 1.9.7.

Click here to download


Saturday, August 22, 2009

BoomShine S60 Game...

Hi All,

Just a quick note to say I was playing a great game by Danner Miller the other day and decided it would make a great N97 game, So I contacted Danny and asked his permission to do it.

I wrote the entire thing from scratch but kept the look and feel exactly the same as the original version.

I've added a leaderboard function so if you wish to submit your score once (or IF) you complete the game you will receive worldwide recognition of having too much time on your hands :)

The game can be downloaded HERE

and the Leaderboard can be found HERE

A huge thanks to Danny for letting me use his original idea, and please check out the original version of the game here:


Friday, August 14, 2009

Some stuff from the archives :)

Hi All,

nothing new i'm afraid, in fact these little gems are 14 years old!

I found some old stuff I created back in 1995 for the C64 and have recorded some video and uploaded to youtube.

Anyway, enjoy!

and also


Wednesday, August 05, 2009

TouchComic 1.5 Update

Hi All,

Due to the release of version 1.9.7 of Python and to take advantage of my new N97 I decided to make a little update for TouchComic.

The Changes are:

1) Configuration Files moved to C:\
2) Option to select drive (comics can be stored on any drive now)
3) N97 Key press support (Left and Right to switch pages, select button to toggle menu)
4) Automatically move to next/previous CBZ file when flipping last page.
5) Fixed to work with latest python run-times (1.9.7)

You can download it here:-

And don't forget to make sure you have the 1.9.7 run-times.

This release *SHOULD* still work on 5800 but I haven't tested.