I picked up a mini yesterday for the largest intention of relearning basic and assembly. I want to create a game that's been stewing in my head.
But in the meantime, I was perusing the game selection and it appears my copy is missing a game called Nebulus. I didn't check for the game prior to applying the latest firmware update. But, the site lists it as included as well as some mini reviews on youtube.
Can someone shed some light as to why its missing?
Not all games that are listed are available in all regions. So, depending on where you bought your C64Mini, the official games will vary. I bought mine in Canada and Nebulus is not on my console, but Tower Toppler is (which is the same game).
Of course, you can still play Nebulus... just download a disk image of the game, put it on a USB stick and plug it into your C64Mini. You can find a disk image of the game here: www.c64.com/games/211
Last Edit: Sept 10, 2019 1:02:23 GMT by virtualsky
Could you elaborate a little more? I don't know what you mean by "a gopher version".
Gopher predates html and considered obsolete by most browsers. Gopher holes, as they're called, are served via port 70 and the contents are flat text files with ascii art representing the pages. I ask because there's a growing community of bloggers and retro computing people utilizing gopher space to host their stuff. And many have their blogs and web content mirrored onto the gopher side. It's fun for me, so I just wondered.
There's a massive retro computing software repository in it too, if you get a chance to look around. There's even a gopher search engine since none of the mainstream engines index gopher space.
From time to time, I will surf the web using Links2. It's very much like Lynx, but it also has a rudimentary graphics mode. I do visit my blog using Links2 and it performs pretty well. This is one of the reasons why I chose Dokuwiki to power my website. The navigation menu appears at the top of the page, but once you page down past all of that, the contents of my webpages look (and most importantly read) pretty good in a texted based browser.
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