Foenix F256 C Compiler and Library Released!

We've released an installer, programming library, examples, and more to help get people started programming the Foenix F256 family of modern retro computers!  Check it out!

Singe 2.10 Released!

Another decade, another update to Singe!  MANY new features and several bug fixes!

New Web Platform. Again.

While Kirby was a pretty decent framework, it's still PHP.  We're now rockin' on top of Saltcorn!

New Singe Game!

NEW GAME! And a new type of game for Singe. It's a text adventure with laserdisc images and video! Created in 1982 for Creative Computing Magazine it ran on an Apple II and used a copy of the 1977 movie "Rollercoaster" for the laserdisc.

"Adventures in Videoland: Rollercoaster" is now available on SingeEngine.com! Can you stop the bomber in time to save the ride?

More information is available on the Adventures in Videoland: Rollercoaster page.

Singe Games.

BOOM! Major update to the Singe game library.

All games have been fixed to work with the menu, unneeded (and potentially issue-causing) index files have been removed, and everything has been re-uploaded.

Many new titles added!

Yep. I Broke It.

Whoops. In moving to the new content manager, I broke all the downloads on the site. In my defense, they worked perfectly fine - for me. Now they should work again for everyone else!

Sorry about that.

New Web Site - Yet Again!

While SynchroNet is an excellent BBS platform, nobody used it. So we went on a search for a platform to use to replace it for hosting our web site.

The winner? Kirby! Why? Kirby just works. It makes sense. The support is fantastic. And we've got more plans to use it in the future.

Stay tuned!

Singe 2.00 Released!

After 11 months of work, I'm proud to announce that Singe 2.00 is now available! With 25 games available at launch, this is the largest Singe release to date!

New "Retro" Web Site!

Welcome to our new BBS-powered web site! That's right, we've gone totally retro! Messages, news, files, games, users, etc., are all integrated between our web site and our SynchroNet based BBS. In the near future, the BBS itself will be available for all to use, full of retro-goodness!