You don’t have to go to Zaragoza to participate — just submit your entry by midnight (CET, GMT+1) on the 6th November. Entries from anywhere in the world are welcome.
From World of Spectrum Forum:
It doesn’t have to be written in BASIC, but it must be written in a BASIC dialect that requires line numbers, none of this modern QBASIC or Visual BASIC type stuff, and pure BASIC, not sneakily shelling out to machine code routines :-) If it’s written in a somewhat obscure BASIC interpreter, we’ll need a copy of the interpreter that can run under emulation or directly on Windows or Mac OSX so the entry can be judged. (ZX BASIC obviously won’t be a problem since we’ve got Spectrums coming out of our ears)
Presentation will be on Friday 7th at the University of Zaragoza (Ada Byron building), technology willing it will be web-cast, if not a video will be available on the Retroaccion website afterwards.
The official rules are now available on Retroaccion website.