In 2013 I finally completed a small game I had been working on for the BBC Micro. It was very much a labour of love but with time at such a premium it became a real struggle to finish.
The code isn't particularly neat and certainly isn't an example of how to write 6502! However, it is (as far as I know) bug free and did get released on a physical disk in a nice box with cover art.
A few years have passed and I thought it would be a good idea to preserve the source code for the game. So after a bit of tidying up of the build system, here it is!
To build the game you'll need these tools, all of which just require a C/C++ compiler and should compile for any OS:
makefile to point at the tools detailed above and running
make should build
panic.ssd which can then be loaded into a BBC Micro emulator.
Many thanks to Roger Coe and Chris Hogg for the artwork.
Also Dave Moore and Pete Edwards for their tireless enthusiasm.