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  1. I've just posted the ROM and source code to my entry here: I hope you'll enjoy it!
  2. Fishing for ATARI is a fun fishing game for 2 players on 1 Lynx! The game is a bit unusual, as it's a 2 players only game, but both players play on a single ATARI Lynx handheld game console. To play, you should lay down the console on a table, and have each player sit on a different side. Each player will use a single button (DPAD for player 1, A or B for player 2) to try to catch as many ATARI machines as possible before the time runs out. HOW TO PLAY You can download the game here: https://drludos.itch.io/fishing-for-atari In the archive are included ROM files in Lnx (emulator) and Lyx (flashcart) formats. The fully commented source code is also included in the archive! This game was my entry to the Silly Venture 2019 Atari Lynx Game Compo. I hope you'll enjoy it! From what I've been told, it's a great game to play with your significant other or with your kids!
  3. Woaw, wonderful idea @Fadest! I love it, and thanks a lot for this gift! I've sent you a PM with my adress
  4. OMG - do you mean that you could make a 3D based game using this engine then? That would be awesome! Congrats on the fantastic work, the technical level is way beyond my skills, but I'd be happy to read more details on how you made it!
  5. Woaw, congrats for this impressive entry! I really enjoyed the NES version a few years ago, and I'm happy to see it enhanced for the Lynx, and it's a perfect handheld game! (simple and quick to play, but quite challenging!)
  6. Woaw, my jaw dropped to the floor when watching those entries, both games and demos, with a special mention to Silas' Adventure! I cannot wait to play and watch those on a real Lynx now! For those of you who want to try Fishing for Atari I'd be happy to share the ROM right now - @rj1307 is it OK if we post ROM of our entries here on AA before the 24th? If we can't make it public yet, maybe we could share them in a forum private club for those who are eager to play/watch them? Thanks again for running this compo, and congrats everyone on your entries, the level was very very high!
  7. Not everyone have the same tastes, so you should definitively submit it anyway! :) I mean, worst case scenario you get additional feedback to improve it, and best case scenario you'll have a beautiful new Lynx to add to your collection ;). (btw, I saw pictures of your RGC booth, it looked impressive, thanks for showcasing so many Lynx homebrew games to French retro gamers!)
  8. Wonderful, thanks a lot! I'll use it to update both of my Lynx projects! Out of curiosity, how did you manage to prevent Handy to freeze while maintaining the new LynxGD version compatibility?
  9. My entry is submitted too! Now, I'm looking forward playing all your games!
  10. After a long and hard work both on the software and hardware front, I'm happy to announce you the release of my first SNES game: Yo-Yo Shuriken. Defend the dojo! Use your secret ninja weapon, the mighty "Yo-Yo Shuriken" to defeat the robot hordes and their deadly bosses. Master the technique of throwing the shuriken to attack enemies from the front and then recalling it to hit them from behind! Focus your energy into the Yo-Yo Shuriken to deliver a powerful charged attack that can cut through several enemies at once! 7 levels of intense action! Solo and 2-player co-op modes! The game is now available on cartridge with a beautiful cardboard box and a manual from Catskull Games: https://catskullgames.com/yo-yo-shuriken !Black Friday Sale! All the games from Catskull Games, including Yo-Yo Shuriken but also my previous Game Boy games (Sheep It Up! and DMG Deals Damage) are 10% off until December 2nd, 2019! At checkout, enter the promo code BF2019 to get the discount! The cartridge is made from newly built elements (PCB, shells, etc.) all designed and hand assembled in the US by Catskull himself. The cartridge is region-free. It has been tested and working on NTSC SNES, PAL SNES, JP SFC, and Analogue Super Nt. The box and manuals are also printed and hand assembled in the US, using materials that make them as close as possible to the original SNES releases from the 90's! Also, you can also buy only the ROM of the game if you prefer to play it on emulator: https://drludos.itch.io/yo-yo-shuriken Whether you play it on real hardware or on emulator, I really hope you'll enjoy this game!
  11. Same for me, the deadline is very short, so it's hard to post progress / updates while working on the game itself. My game is currently being beta-tested while I doing bugfixing and polishing, so I'm confident that I'll be able to submit something for the deadline! (I wasn't so sure to make it 2 weeks ago :p) It'll be a very small and simple game, but I hope people will enjoy it anyway
  12. Wonderful, thanks a lot Igor! I feel sorry for you Karri, I hope they find a solution (like undo the wage cut for the workers!) in time for Christmas season.
  13. Cool, with you on board, we'll jump to 10 entries, and maybe more as I think no all declarations are in! Karri your new game looks beautiful, and judging from Find a way to my heart and On Duty, I think it will sound good too! I'm impressed that PriorArt managed to make a Supervision game, and make a cartridge for it - they are awesome. Nop90, if you are looking for really obscure handheld, I think you should look into the Game Plus (a cheap clone of the Game Master, itself a cheap GB imitator). As a proud owner of this console, I guarantee you that you can't go lesser know and more obscure than that! But I'm not sure making a game for it would be any fun then 😛 (I mean, it's already painful to play as the screen is barely visible and the button are not always responsive)
  14. I've finally made some real progress on my entry, so I've just submitted my "declaration" to the website! I see that 8 games are already announced (9 if you had mine), this is wonderful! :)
  15. Yes, nothing can beat Kung Food when you need to relax after an hard day of work! 😁 More seriously though, I was very sad that the gameplay wasn't better on Kung Food, as I liked the concept and the graphics. But yes, sadly it's not that fun to beat those vegetables up! Gustavo, all your games choices are very good and I also recommend you to look a BattleWheels, Gates of Zendocon and California Games. Shangai is great too if you're into puzzle games. And of course you should try Zaku and all the recent homebrew releases if you can
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