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platforms with no productions

category: general [glöplog]
What platforms have zero productions?

I know that the Synchrony NYC party has a MINT category which lists the following:

Hardware examples: Apple Pippin, SGI Onyx, Altair 8800, Java Ring, Nuon, or HyperScan.
Software examples: C64 GEOS, NeXTSTEP, or Contiki OS.

Anyone think of some more ?
added on the 2016-11-04 14:57:32 by DaD1916 DaD1916
- Tandy MC-10 and Alice 4K/32/90
- Amstrad PCW?
- Thomson MO6 (but it can run prods for the MO5)
- Bitbox
- Watara Supervision?
- FM Towns? FM Towns Marty? X68000? More jamanese hardware?
- Funtech Super A'Can?
I don't see any on Pouet for these:

Sega Saturn
Sharp x68000

I'd love to know if any exist.
Found some more old and forgotten platforms:

Dragon 32/64
Jupiter Ace
Lambda 8300
Laser 200
Luxor ABC80 (or?)
Micro Bee 32
Micro-Professor 2
Noxon Comx 35
Radio Shack Color
Sharp MZ-721
Sord M5
Texas instruments Ti-99
added on the 2016-11-04 20:02:49 by Emod Emod
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Amongst many others!
added on the 2016-11-04 20:22:00 by kuiash kuiash
Exelvision EXL-100/Exeltel? There's an incredible speech synth for the year..
Amstrad PCW 8256/8512 and TI-99 4A fuck yeah
Atari Portfolio ?
added on the 2016-11-04 20:34:30 by spiny spiny
Are you sure there aren't any TI demos?
added on the 2016-11-04 21:10:02 by 4mat 4mat
I don't see any on Pouet for these:

Sega Saturn

As far as I know, this is the one and only scene production for Sega Saturn.

(PSA: If you're going to make a demo for a weird platform, take the time to write a readme, rather than just uploading a nondescript .bin file to the partynet and expecting us to magically know what it is when it surfaces on scene.org. But hey, figuring this stuff out is how we roll at Demozoo.)
added on the 2016-11-04 22:21:23 by gasman gasman
Micro Bee 32
Micro-Professor 2
Noxon Comx 35
Radio Shack Color
Sharp MZ-721
Sord M5
Texas instruments Ti-99
Luxor ABC80 (or?)

Don't know of any productions, but I was at a local scene gathering in the early 90's where there was a ABC80 present. It was only brought as a joke though. There was also ABC800 http://www.devili.iki.fi/Computers/Luxor/ .

There was also Telenova Compis mainly used by Swedish schools, CP/M 80186 CPU. Doubt there are any prods for that one.
added on the 2016-11-04 23:23:36 by El Topo El Topo
Luxor ABC80 (or?)

Already taken care of! :)
added on the 2016-11-04 23:51:00 by Sdw Sdw
Dragon 32/64 is a licensed clone of Tandy Radio Shack's Color Computer
Radio Shack Color is smth I never heard of, I'm guessing it's a typo of the aforementioned
Here's a few prods for this platform
added on the 2016-11-04 23:52:52 by havoc havoc
Those demos are for Coco3, that's a whole different ballgame compared to the standard TRS80 which is roughly similar to the Dragon32/64.
added on the 2016-11-04 23:57:37 by Sdw Sdw
Sdw: Sure, CoCo3 is a lot more powerful than CoCo1. However, Dragon is a CoCo, and not like a classic TRS-80 at all, dunno where you got that from.
added on the 2016-11-05 00:05:03 by havoc havoc
- FM Towns? FM Towns Marty? X68000? More jamanese hardware?

NEC PC-88 and PC-98 series.
added on the 2016-11-05 02:43:35 by absence absence
Tesla Ondra
KC Kompact (Amstrad CPC clone, with some quirks and tricks)
Aleste 520ex (weird mix of Amstrad CPC and MSX)
Probably a lot more 8-bit stuff from eastern europe I've never heard about

V-Tech or Leapfrog stuff (V.Smile, V.Smile Pocket, Leapster, ...)
A group I'm in may or may not be taking care of a platform that may or may not be mentioned previously in this thread (as soon as their musician who definitely is me gets off his lazy butt and finishes the toonz.)

Also I have another minty piece of hardware right here that hasn't even been hinted at yet. ;)
added on the 2016-11-05 09:34:13 by jmph jmph
Havoc: Yeah, I didn't mean the original 1970ies TRS80, I mean the TRS80 Color Computer. Their naming conventions are a bit strange! The Coco1 was called "TRS80 Color Computer", but the Coco3 was called "Tandy Color Computer 3".
Anyway, since I own a Dragon32 and actually have been messing around with it a bit, I just wanted to make it clear that people can't expect stuff that looks like those Coco3 demos out of it, as I know by experience now!
added on the 2016-11-05 11:12:57 by Sdw Sdw
Several Commodore machines like the PET series, CBM II, MAX (aka VIC-10) would fit the bill as well.
added on the 2016-11-05 11:44:37 by tomaes tomaes
just to add to the list: CASIO CFX-9850G PLUS (calculator).

it has a 128x64 display, and a basic like language (which runs very slow).
I know someone hacked it and made an assembler instruction listing, but i can find it on the web anymore.
added on the 2016-11-05 17:15:47 by rudi rudi
ah, lazy me, i found it allready: http://martin.poupe.org/casio/
added on the 2016-11-05 17:18:19 by rudi rudi
some prods from Amstrad PCW:

including Beepola conversions.
added on the 2016-11-05 17:26:42 by g0blinish g0blinish
Ossom g0blinish, sadly the FTP seem's down since and I can't wait to try PCW bipola :) Maybe you have the file? Neeeeed!


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