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    Slidell, Louisiana
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    Electronic Music, '70s Rock and Roll, Retro gaming, drawing, and travel.

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  1. So, assembly routines for the 68K? Nice.
  2. Working Man Games Double Feature!

  3. New question, I wonder if the later Amigas (1200, 2000, 3000, etc.) supported the CD32 controller?
  4. Man, putters sure have changed over the years. They went from simple, kidney bean clubs to all over the angular map.

    1. GoldLeader


      Putter?   I barely know'er!

  5. Irem skipped the NES/Famicom because they didn't think that it could handle the game.
  6. I'll definitely take a port of Satan's Hollow, along with Inferno.
  7. Oh yeah, I'd say it's doable. Update: Come to think of it, I know plenty of Shmups that would definitely be doable on the 7800. For example, Thunder Force by Technosoft: https://thunderforce.fandom.com/wiki/Thunder_Force
  8. SNK made this for their Hyper Neo Geo 64 hardware, which was commercial failure. It's one of their better obscurities, and too bad that after '96, SNK became a fighting game and Metal Slug rehash mill.
  9. "That's all I can stand, and I can't stand no more!"


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    2. retrorussell


      I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.

    3. CaptainBreakout


      *reaches for can of spinach*

    4. Kiwi


      Makes sure that the can of spinach isn't expire or you'll expel gas that smell like low tide.

  10. For those who remember Data East, here is one of their last games, as well as their only Dreamcast title. Considering that this game is getting a remaster, I thought this hybrid of Japanese and Western Adventure titles was worth discussing. Revive... (Sosei) also happens to be a sequel to a Data East Saturn game, Doukoku Soshite...
  11. I don't know if you guys are into Magical Drop, but the unreleased US version of the second game is now on Switch Online. Too bad that Magical Drop V was buggier than a termite nest, and had a very bland art style to boot.

    MD5 for comparison:


    1. digdugnate


      It plays pretty decent on SNES Online.  I have the Hamster port of Magical Drop II under the 'Arcade Archives' banner.

  12. I have to say that your game may be the closest the 7800 is going to have as a version of Gaplus for the time being. You have also done a good job programming the enemies and firing system.
  13. Wow, @Tanooki, you have come a long way since then. (Ditto for ROM hacking and Translations in general.) From Challenge Games and Dragon Eye Studios to SMW Central and ROMhacking.net.
  14. Here's one of my favorite car channels:



    1. fdurso224


      Nice one bro. My favorite is Scotty Kilmer channel. 

  15. Here's Working Man Games' review:
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