Generative patterns made in Amstrad BASIC by Rob Manuel (of @yorecomputer fame). Posted at b3ta.com, h/t @calmdownkidder.

Neotokyo, a Sharp MZ-700 demo by Fit, Ivory Labs and Quadtrip released in May.

“From a 1988 Polish computer magazine” / @mwichary.

The 1986 retina screen: the WY-700 video card/screen gave the PC a 1280×800 resolution, and a text-mode of 160 columns by 50 lines. It had a built-in 16×16 font (download), and you could even use your own custom fonts. The high-res modes only supported greyscale, but who needs colours anyway?

Sources: John Elliot, thecomputerarchive.com, PC Mag.

From H7′s Amiga ASCII collection Jungle Fever, 2015.

Commodore 64 music software in PETSCII: Censor Ed (1990), Tunesmith (1998), Hermit 3-SID Tracker (2008), Magic Drums (1988), System 6581 (1990), The Tracker (1998).

Glyphdrawing, a new online textmode editor that supports ttf-font import and independent font size and cell size. Made by grmmxi (images from his Instagram) and Ian Tuomi.