These days, it seems like we get a new physical production of a NES homebrew game every week. This time, it’s the action puzzle game Roniu’s Tale, developed by the four-person team at Kunjee Studio and distributed by Mega Cat Games. Roniu is the name of a young magician who
Weight of the world got you down? Don’t get mad, don’t stay sad — paint a turtle! Joe Sherman, creator of the award-winning 2019 NES game Turtle Rescue, is about to release his second shelled reptile related project….this one vastly different not just from his first game but from most
About a decade ago, programmer Dave Nemeth was really into MMOs and had many adventures with his guild. It was at that time he was inspired to create a sprite-based webcomic based around the guild, which he kept going until the group broke up and the well of inspiration ran
Retro game maker CrazyGroupTrio has put over two years of work into Shera And The 40 Thieves, a new NES game that crosses Donkey Kong with Prince of Persia to create a solidly entertaining experience. Now the Kickstarter is active, and it’s earned its initial goal in just two days.
Dana Puch, a game developer from Barcelona, has created several homebrew games for the Game Boy. He’s wrapping up work on his most ambitious project for the handheld yet, The Shapeshifter…in which you play as Elliot, just a normal dude out on a normal camping trip. What’s AB-normal is when
Several high-profile actors have disappeared from Magnilo Movie Studios, and no one can figure out why or how. Only one investigator can crack this case…Detective Jones! …Too bad he’s dead. The studio will have to settle for the skills of Detective Smith instead, specifically you. That’s how The Magnilo Case,
Virginia-based development team Woog Worx has been working on a new action platformer for the NES for the last two years. Now Ghoul Grind: Night Of The Necromancer is nearly done, and the crowdfunding campaign (launched today) is your chance to get a physical copy (or a digital one, if
Dana Puch, a game developer from Barcelona, has created several homebrew games for the Game Boy. He’s wrapping up work on his most ambitious project for the handheld yet, The Shapeshifter…and you can get a physical copy through the crowdfunding campaign he’s recently launched. In The Shapeshifter you play as
Indie game developer Nate Peters has just put the finishing touches on Doodle World, his homebrew NES game….and just in time; he was running out of crayons. You might assume establishing a unique look on a machine as graphically primitive as the NES might be difficult…but Peters pulled it off.
NESMaker is a PC software creator introduced last year that allows anyone to create their own fully functional game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The program creates an authentic .nes ROM that will run on any emulator, and even includes a “Burn” function that sends the data to a cart
With NESMaker currently in beta early access form (open as of August 8, $36), the once arcane task of crafting new games for the Nintendo Entertainment System will soon become much easier. These two projects currently being funded on Kickstarter, however, began before there was any such thing as software
Hacker Tom Murphy has pulled off the unthinkable: he’s gotten Super Mario World, a Super NES game, to run on an NES console — a real one. How’d he pull it off? Did he cheat? …..Yeah, kinda — but it still took significant effort to get to the point where