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It's not a great stretch to consider developing games for RISC OS under the "retro" umbrella (though we wish it were otherwise) ... perhaps such people could congregate there too?

Shaping up to be a really good site. As someone who is getting as much fun from his Beeb collection as his "modern" computers at the moment - I wish it all the best!

 is a RISC OS Userkrisa on 27/3/08 7:51AM
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