First, some closer ones:
- Asparagaz -- Great
Turkish humor site from Clique members...
- thE Aggressor
page -- bLaCkWinD and SSG are in the development team of the ultimate
network vulnerability testing tool "Aggressor". If you're interested in,
then take a look.
Pages of Turkish scene groups and members: (in alphabetical
- Bronx homepage
-- Bronx has moved & refreshed their homepage! You can find their stuff
there... Their page is still under construction at the moment (greetz
Gno :) though.
- Clique homepage -- Clique
is one of the oldest scene groups in Turkiye. They really had an important
role in Turkish scene on C64. Clique is still alive but they almost left
coding. (check out their homepage! it's really cool)
- Compuphiliacs homepage
-- Good old pals... This group has developed an RPG game for PC's... So
they're one of the rare groups which have releases. :)
homepage -- Even I haven't heard much of Crescent, I know one of its
members called Wisdom. As far as I've learned from him, Crescent had an
outstanding place in C64 scene.
- Flare homepage
-- You can visit Flare's "abstract" homepage here :))
- No Carrier homepage
-- No Carrier is a new group in the Turkish scene. They have potential.
- Pentagram's homepage
-- Here is Pentagram/Bronx's homepage. One of the friendliest personal homepages
I've ever seen. :)
homepage -- Besides being a good pal, Remix/CLQ was the most popular
scener in Turkiye in the times of C64.
Here are some scene & coding related links:
- Delorie Software
-- DJ Delorie is a tiny nifty person who has created the ultimate GNU C
compiler for DOS called DJGPP.
- Hornet Archives --
The ultimate scene archive! demos, music, diskmags, code, everything! Huge
and huge! If you're interested in scene anway and don't know this site then
go hang yourself.
List -- Ralf Brown is a great person since he is getting tons of information
on interrupts together in his archive. This is the most comprehensive interrupt
guide ever. If you don't have it, have it.
- Scene Central
-- Seems too many people workin' on this page to keep it cool as it is now.
A "all-platforms" oriented page which has almost everything.
- Tom Hammersley
Graphics Coding Page -- Thanks to Tom for he had the time to put all
the information about 3d stuff in his page. Focused on theory rather than
coding/optimizations. But hey, that's what we need anyway :)
- NASM homepage
-- NASM (Netwide ASseMbler) is the KICK ASS assembler for PCs! It's freeware
and outperforms all other fucking commercial assembler packages! A coder's
And some miscellanous links:
- Heroes of
Might'n'Magic ][ -- "aRtEffECt" name has been derived from "artifact"s
in this game. So it's very special. Also the game kicks ass.. Why did I
lost my fluence on English anyway? :)
- MAZ's Homepage
-- You'll find a huge archive of audio-stuff there. Trackers, MOD players,
Soft-synths etc etc. A must for your bookmark list.
MIDI archive -- In case you're bored of MP3's, here is the one of the
greatest MIDI archives I know...
- WinAMP -- Have you
heard of MP3's? Yes? Then, have you heard of MP3 players? Yes? Then, have
you heard of WinAMP? No? Then go visit this page now!
- XiRCON -- XiRCON is
the most powerful IRC client for Win95. Its' script language TCL allows
maximum flexibility and most enjoyable development environment. Don't forget:
real programmers use XiRCON!