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| Programming contest: BASIC 10Liner Contest|
Homeputerium is the name of the home computer laboratory of the Eider-Treene school in Friedrichstadt. Using donated computers like Commodore 64, Atari-400, Schneider CPC-464 or Amiga 500 there pupils can make themselves familiar with them and create some sound or colorful lines by writing little BASIC programs.
The organizers wrote: "The BASIC 10Liner Contest started 2011 as a party fun at the NOMAM meeting in Northern Germany. NOMAM means 'Not only marvelous Atari machinery' and is an annual meeting from classic computer enthusiasts. The visitors of the meeting decided to hold a little contest: Write a program in 10 lines of BASIC on Atari Computers! We had loads of fun with programming the whole weekend. 2013 we decided to repeat the contest. This time only games were allowed. In 2014 we opened the 10Liner contest also for programmers who did not visit to the meeting. Owners of other 8 bit computer requested to open the contest for their machines. We met the wish and opened it for all 8 bit computers."
This year the 11th Edition of BASIC 10 Liner Contest takes place. And also Amigas as 16 bit computers can partiticipate: In the category "Wild" those contributions can be sent in. You can get some inspiration from contributions of the previous years. Additional to many little games, two programs for the Amiga were also written: In 2018 Matteo Trevisan wrote an "Amiga BASIC Login" (fourth post) and in 2019 an "Amiga 500 Chatbot", listet as first post.
Deadline for submissions: Saturday, March 26, 2022, 6 p.m. CET. Award ceremony: Saturday, April 9, 2022 at NOMAM. A detailed overview of the submitted programs can be found at bunsen.itch.io. (dr)
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