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Yes! Warlords on the Amiga. Me and my buddy would spend entire evenings playing that together.
It had both adventuring and army building. We'd normally stop when we had eliminated all the CPU opponents instead of killing eachother.
Currently I'm obsessing about C64 music, trying to learn assembly and read lots of texts online about SID programming. It's complicated stuff, each note has a "hi freq" and "lo freq"., and it's all hexadecimals.
Found a completely commented music routine by The Master, Rob Hubbard. I always loved the sound and music of the C64, and wanna learn how to make music with the actual chip, instead of programs that emulate it.
Listening to your podcast #6, I'm a synthesizer collector of sorts, both analog and digital synths, and have thousands of dollars invested in both old and modern synths. Fun to hear you talk about Mr Moog.
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