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Announcements and Feedback / Re: Sad day for RVG
« on: July 19, 2014, 21:27:47 PM »
Just a quick one before I go completely, I just want to cover a few points:

- Firstly it was my choice to leave, purely personal reasons.

- I will not be coming back and will no longer be contributing to RVG in any capacity.

- I would like to thank everyone for their support over the years



Retro Chat / Re: Most Wanted Sequel?
« on: July 17, 2014, 21:19:49 PM »
I vaguely seemed to remember there was, which is why I said another - because a modern remake would be great too. This genre really seems to have been ignored in recent years, shame.

Marketplace / Re: Auction Watch! what are things fetching?
« on: July 17, 2014, 21:17:10 PM »
WOW!!!!!  :13:

Retro Chat / Re: Attack Of The Clones: Sonic The Hedgehog
« on: July 17, 2014, 20:38:57 PM »
Quote from: "TrekMD"
That looks very impressive.  Would have loved to see it being played, though.

I believe it's just a demo of still screenshots unfortunately.

Retro Chat / Re: Let's Compare Operation Wolf
« on: July 17, 2014, 20:38:09 PM »
Ocean's home computer conversions of this game were great, I loved playing the Spectrum version with the Magnum Light Phaser!

Then my friend got the Master System version and I just couldn't believe how close it was!

It's a great shame that Taito never made a Mega Drive version of the game and an even bigger shame they never did a pack for the Saturn with both this and Operation Thunderbolt on it, like they did with the 2 Chase HQ games  :20:

Retro Chat / Re: Let's Compare Outrun
« on: July 17, 2014, 20:35:23 PM »
Quite simply one of the greatest games ever made.

The original US Gold conversions to the home computers were all terrible. The we got decent versions for the Mega Drive and PC Engine. Then finally came along the arcade perfect Sega Saturn port and I was in heaven!  :8:

Retro Chat / Re: Most Wanted Sequel?
« on: July 17, 2014, 20:31:52 PM »
Being a big fan of into the screen space shooters I would love to see a 3rd Galaxy Force game, as well as sequels to Soul Star, Star Blade and another Silpheed game too.

Retro Chat / Re: What are your favourite puzzle games?
« on: July 17, 2014, 20:29:14 PM »
[align=center:3l5wxbmi]Simple but very addictive - DiamJag on the Jaguar CD:

Diam Jag Homebrew[/align:3l5wxbmi]

Homebrew Games / 2048 - New Nintendo Game Boy Homebrew
« on: July 17, 2014, 19:33:56 PM »
[align=center:2mpk929w]website. A ROM of this game has been released for free and can be used with both real hardware and flash cartridges, so now you can finally play this addictive game on the move![/size]

[size=240]DOWNLOAD HERE![/size][/align:2mpk929w]

Homebrew Games / Underwater Predator - New Atari 2600 Homebrew
« on: July 17, 2014, 19:20:55 PM »
[align=center:2su4abs9][size=140]Underwater Predator is a new homebrew game for the Atari 2600 by Atari Age member ThatDude (A.K.A. Declan Hoare), this is his first ever game for the system. You are a shark swimming around underwater doing what a shark does, eat other fish! You have to eat the goldfish while avoiding black fish, which are rotten but somehow still alive and swimming (SHHH, don't question these things). Every 20 points, the speed of the fish increases, and although the first speed is downright boring, it quickly gets more interesting. You use the stick to move and the button to eat.[/size]

[size=140]The game was created using Batari BASIC and you can download the source code for this title HERE!. Underwater Predator works perfectly with real hardware, via a flash cartridge, or with the Stella emulator. If you want to read more about the development of this game then you can do so over in the thread on Atari Age forum.[/size]

[size=240]DOWNLOAD HERE![/size][/align:2su4abs9]

Homebrew Games / AXE - New Atari 2600 Game
« on: July 17, 2014, 18:58:21 PM »

[size=140]AXE is a new hack 'n' slash game for Atari VCS by Atari Age member la1n. The object of the game is to kill all the others warriors and don't get stabbed back! You can only kill a enemy if he is not already stabbing you, so precise timing is absolutely crucial to progress. The whole game was written entirely in assembler, a great achievement in these days of Batari BASIC. [/size]

[size=140]This game will run perfectly on Stella or a flash cartridge and the source code for the game is included in the download, but don't look at it or you will be slashed to hell! If you would like to read more about the development of this game and find out what inspired it you can read the development thread over on Atari Age.[/size]

[size=240]DOWNLOAD HERE![/size]



[size=140]Sliding Blaster is a brand new homebrew game by NES Dev member NovaSquirrel. A demo version was entered in the recent NES Dev coding contest but now the game has been worked on further, finished and given a proper release. Nova had asked for tips on fixing the control without a mouse, then worked on this further to get it right, taking inspiration from Konami's classic arcade game Gyruss![/size]

[size=140]Sliding Puzzle has been released to download for free and with work with both emulators and real hardware via a flash cartridge. If you would like to read more about the games development then check out this thread on the subject. You can also download previous builds of the game too if you want to compare them.[/size]

[size=240]DOWNLOAD HERE![/size]


Retro News Round up / Re: Kickstarter Projects
« on: July 17, 2014, 18:11:00 PM »
Sorry, I really don't see the point in these!  :-

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