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 Smaller is better...?[posted by TMR on 30 Dec 2019] 
Here's another small bonus release for the ICC from T.M.R, Yoctotro 2 is based on the code from our previous release Yoctotro but squidged down even further, getting what was once a sub 300 byte intro down to under 200 bytes!

 Two for the price of one[posted by TMR on 27 Dec 2019] 
There are two more ICC releases today! Femtotro 2 is a 4K entry which runs everything apart from the music from the screen RAM - there are user-defined characters, a logo and a scrolling message with code wrapped around them - and we take things further on the size coding front with Yoctotro which uses less than 300 bytes. Code and graphics for both by T.M.R, with music courtesy of 4-Mat on Femtotro 2

 Just one sprite[posted by TMR on 13 Dec 2019] 
There's another entry into the Intro Creation Competition, this time by T.M.R on his own and aimed at the 4K category. One Sprite Wander is an entire intro on a single hardware sprite with lots of expansion register abuse!

 Birdie, birdie birdie![posted by TMR on 02 Dec 2019] 
Continuing from our previous release for the Intro Creation Competition, here's a 16K entry based on the classic Eagle Soft intro which was put together by T.M.R and aNdy called Eagles Dare.

 Little footprints[posted by TMR on 06 Nov 2019] 
It's Intro Creation Competition time again kids, and the first Cosine entry comes just two days after the compo started! Here Goes is a 4K intro for the competition's new category that was coded by T.M.R and features music from Sack.

 Source of the stream[posted by TMR on 10 Oct 2019] 
Gamerz Xtreme Intro 2 is, possibly unsurprisingly, a follow up to 2016's Gamerz Xtreme Intro and once more written for use on a streaming channel. As before, the code and graphics are by T.M.R with music from aNdy which was specifically composed for this release.

 The sound of violence[posted by TMR on 09 Jul 2019] 
We've got a new demo for the C64, specifically a music collection by the name of Unused Shmup Tunes where, along with the titular music, everything else was done by aNdy, who has included source code and work files in the archive for those who enjoy delving around.

 Last of 2018 and first of 2019[posted by TMR on 05 Jan 2019] 
T.M.R has just released a final intro for the CSDb Intro Creation Competition which is called Level One and has a game-like theme. The music is courtesy of aNdy, with code and graphics from T.M.R.

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