“ My Dad happened to be old friends of the guy importing Oric to Australia, so we bought one of the very first that arrived on that hot continent. I spent 1984 - 1989 getting together as much software as I could for my Oric-1, before moving on to other machines (Unix workstations .. MIPS, etc.)
It was the machine I cut my teeth on.

Now I have two young kids, and I want them to know something about their Dad, eventually: he didn't ever believe that 'old computers die', just .. their users do. So, I've been slowly rebuilding my Oric-1 accessories, library, etc. Well, I've gone beyond the limits of good taste actually, with now a Telestrat, 7 Atmos's, 2 Oric-1's and various other sundry hardware (disk drive!) in my collection. ”
ibisum

Oric 30th Birthday
In 1983 the Tangerine Computer Systems company released the first Oric computer.
In 2013 we will celebrate the 30 years birthday of this humble machine.

Participating sites
At the top of the page you can see the logos of all the sites participating in the 30 years Oric birthday celebrations.

You can also participate in the celebrations, by organising competitions, writing articles on a blog or creating a new game or demo for our favorite machine.

If you wish to participate, all you have to do is to link to this page using the official logo, and this site will add a link towards your own site.

The official logo
Here is the official logo used by all the sites participating in the celebrations.


You can create the link with the picture by adding the following HTML code to your web page:

<a href="http://oric30years.defence-force.org">
<img src="http://oric30years.defence-force.org/pics/oric30banner.gif">
</a>


Soundtracker

1997 - Jonathan Bristow


“An excellent Music editor, sample music is also very nice”
Jede