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Create your own custom 32-color palette and assign the colors to any of the available options. Change the colors and settings and view your images side by side. You can even save your converted pictures to your computer.
Paint a map to your favorite game! With RetroPaint, you can paint a custom pallet to your favorite game. Use the slider to change the game palette settings, then click on the picture to see the effects in a new window.
Want to convert all of your photos to a retro look? Select photos from your hard drive and then click on the Start button. Change the look of the original picture with the sliders, and see the side-by-side views in the newly created image. You can then save the file to your computer.
• Apple II
• Commodore 64
• Commodore Vic-20
• Sharp MZ
• Amstrad CPC
• Atari ST
• Microsoft (via “Ambassadors” program)
• Apple II Plus
• ZX Spectrum (via “Ambassadors” program)
• Specular palette
• NTSC palette
• Color palette
• Monochrome palette
• Super 64 palette
• Magnolia palette
• Sharp/MSX palette
• Emulator palette
• RGB palette
• Custom palette
• Contrast Priority
• Dark Color Difference
• Penalty RGB Equivalents
• Penalty Saturation
• Fixed Color Difference
• Basic Dithering
• Light Setting
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RetroPaint is a fun piece of software that enables you to remember the old times when the most popular computers out there were Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, or Apple II 1977, by allowing you to convert pictures to the colors displayed by those machines’ monitors.
The program is sufficiently simple to understand and use, but it only supports BMP format images, meaning that if you wish to work with other types of pictures, you will first need to convert them.
RetroPaint allows you to load the image into the application, then select the filters you want to apply, by moving the sliders left to right and opting for up to three of the several available retro looks, such as ‘Commodore Vic-20’, ‘Atari ST’, ‘Spec256 Emulator’, ‘Apple II’, ‘Sharp MZ’, ‘MSX Systems’, ‘ZX Spectrum
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In this post i`ll show you how to make your own Quiz software using Windows Forms. I`m going to use C#, but any programming language would do the trick as the design is pretty generic. At the end of the post you will be able to build an application with up to 4 questions, which can be easily added to the application with a few clicks. You can design your own quiz engine from scratch if you want, or just download any of the already existing quizzes from the web. For example i`ll use the free and simple but cute sounding free Quiz engine from the official Netbeans site.
Step 1: Create a new C# Windows Form Project and name it QuizEngine
Step 2: Create a new windows form called Form1 in the designer and drag a button on it.
Step 3: Write some code to capture the mouse button presses and drag it up on the form.
Step 4: Write some code to start your quiz. To do that create a new event on the Form called
Again you can just copy paste the source code or follow along with me and I`ll show you the important parts of the code step by step.
Step 5: Start writing some code to retrieve a random set of questions from the QuizEngine website. Again i`ll use the
…examples to build the application with. I will start with the first one which is a logic puzzle.
Step 6: Create a list of up to 4 questions and add it to the QuestionBox.
This is how it looks like. As you can see we created a list of questions and added it to the QuestionBox.
Step 7: Start adding an event handler to the button with a logic puzzle question. Add this code to the button_Click event to check if the user answers the question correctly. If they answer right it will set the answer to True. If they answer wrong it will set it to False.
Step 8: Let`s make this better by using 3 labels instead of just one. Add 3 labels at the bottom of the form to display the answers. Use the properties of the labels to give them a good position.
Step 9: Define the code for displaying the question. To do this we will use the QuestionNumber property of the Question object. And we will use the Answer to check if the user answer is correct. If so we will hide the label and mark the question as solved.
Step 10: The user is done. If they answer wrong the program should display a dialog informing them and ask them to try again. That`s it.
Step 11: Now you can copy the whole project or just the one class file to your local machine. To build the project click the button. It will open the Project Properties window. Click Build, then it will build the project. Next click the button and
The game requires a DirectX9 compatible video card.
Windows 7, 8, or 10, 64-bit operating system.
1.6 GHz CPU.
2 GB RAM
980 MB available hard drive space.
Internet connection and connectivity to other devices on a local network
128 MB of graphics memory
DirectX 9.0c compatible video card
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