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 New demo? Nah, must be an illusion...[posted by TMR on 07 Oct 2006] 
Cosine releasing another product this soon in 2006? Surely it's some mass hallucination brought on by too much caffeine. After all, what are the odds of there being a new demo called Mish Mash with code and graphics by T.M.R and music by Sack...? And the chances of that demo, if it wasn't a fevered imagining, being released at Sundown 2006 are probably even more slight! Next we'll be trying to tell you we've released stuff at X'06 or something!
 Again, again again![posted by TMR on 14 Sep 2006] 
Yes, there is yet another new graphic released today by Wile Coyote (with a little coding by T.M.R). This one is called Siberian Summer, once more drawn in hi-res with sprite overlays (and a rather spiffy animation as well) this time inspired in part by such disparate elements as some Playstation 2 games, a six month trip to Bulgaria and Capcom's arcade classic Strider no less!
 More pictures but no games this time[posted by TMR on 25 Aug 2006] 
Warez rush!! Don't ask me how, but we've actually got another new release out there; Return Of The Boat is a hi-res bitmap picture with just a little sprite overlay that was done by Wile Coyote and released because, well because it was a good idea to release it, really! We're going to need a little break now, because the whole of Cosine is starting to feel just a little faint after all of this recent exertion...
 Pictures and games[posted by TMR on 14 Aug 2006] 
Yes, two more additions to the site in the form of two all new releases; the first of these is a fantastic new picture from Bizzmo, called Son. This is a pretty personal piece (there's a further explanation from the man himself on the information page as to why) and, of course, very nicely executed.

The second addition is the recently completed VIC version of Lunar Blitz - again it has been ported from the original C64 source code by T.M.R but, sadly, there's no music in this version - but it does run on an unexpanded machine!
 Play that funky music[posted by TMR on 22 Apr 2006] 
Our first release of 2006 (well okay, so it was a close thing with the game rush at Chrimble but technically the first) is a fabby music pack that runs on any 264 machine regardless of RAM; it's all done by 4-Mat (he's still not a member but we like him far too much to just let him go) called TED Storm and that name says it all really! Have a good listen to what the TED can do sonically when it's given a good, hard shove.
 Games galore - happy new year![posted by TMR on 31 Dec 2005] 
Not one, not two but a massive three games released at the same time! It's almost as good as the DFS sale, except we couldn't afford Martin Kemp for the adverts... First off is a port of Lunar Blitz for the C16 and it's sister machines, classic building demolishing action with lots of pretty colours and a new high score feature the original hasn't got (yet). Second and third out of the bag are actually the same game, except ported onto two different machines; Reaxion Plus/4 and Reaxion A8 are both conversions of the C64 version, Reaxion Extended and contain ninety nine levels of hardcore puzzling action. How's that for a new year treat and not a sign of Linda Barker - bonus!
 Getting a VIC around for Christmas[posted by TMR on 24 Dec 2005] 
Time for a little prezzie from the white-bearded, red-suit-wearing Cosine massive during the commercial... erm, the festive season; ViColumn is a bit of a variant on the Sega classic Columns that runs on an unexpanded VIC 20 and even manages to cram a full soundtrack in as well! Look out for more releases in 2006, some of the ongoing projects will get finished.
 Road works ahead[posted by TMR on 29 Nov 2005] 
The Cosine.org.uk domain is, fingers crossed, about to move; during this transition there are likely to be some outages and afterwards www.tmr.cosine.org.uk will have changed to Cosine.org.uk/TMR so please bookmark that address. Our apologies in advance for any inconvenience, but this relocation has been on the cards for a while and it really needs doing.

Update: The migration has now been completed and, if you're seeing this revised news item, everything should be functioning normally again!
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