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  1. http://store.steampowered.com/bundle/5414/A_FistFull_of_Bubsy_Collection/ Well if I didn't already have these two games on Steam would be a pretty good deal. Basically Two-Fur for free and a few dollars off Woolies Strike Back.
  2. lot of people think Bubsy started on Atari (really the SNES and then Genesis) so .... sure... why not! Here we have it folks... BUBSY : Kitt'N Kaboodle This fun hack of Fast Eddie was made possible by Hack-O-Matic 3 and some coloring by KevinMos3 who has already made many good color hacks for Atari 2600 games. The Woolies are at it again stealing Bubsy's stuff and this time they stole EVERYTHING and stored it on the planet Kaboodle!!! Bubsy will need to JUMP OVER the Woolies to get it all back. In the game you'll see objects Bubsy needs to collect on based on items he collected in... Bubsy: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind. (Yarnball, exclamation marker point) Bubsy 2 (Nerf gun, Trading card) Bubsy Fractured Furry Tales (Ball with exclamation point, extra life shirt) Bubsy 3D (Rocket part, atom) Bubsy 3D: Bubsy Visits the James Turrell Respective ("No Relief" gag from the fan made game) And even the newest which came out recently that I'm enjoying... Bubsy: Woolies Strike Back. (glowing yarn ball) This was originally started on the Atari VCS/2600 and since the code for Fast Eddie for the 2600 and 400/800 were very similar, the Atari 400/800/XL/XE version soon followed. Finding it fun to put Bubsy on one more Atari system, the 5200 version was also created. Not crazy about how this XL Conversion to the 5200 has Bubsy always running but meh... it's done. If someone can figure out how to get the main character to stop running that would be greatly appreciated. Enjoy! Bubsy0 5200 R1.bin
  3. A lot of people think Bubsy started on Atari (really the SNES and then Genesis) so .... sure... why not! Here we have it folks... BUBSY : Kitt'N Kaboodle This fun hack of Fast Eddie was made possible by Hack-O-Matic 3 and some coloring by KevinMos3 who has already made many good color hacks for Atari 2600 games. The Woolies are at it again stealing Bubsy's stuff and this time they stole EVERYTHING and stored it on the planet Kaboodle!!! Bubsy will need to JUMP OVER the Woolies to get it all back. In the game you'll see objects Bubsy needs to collect on based on items he collected in... Bubsy: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind. Bubsy 2 Bubsy Fractured Furry Tales Bubsy 3D Bubsy 3D: Bubsy Visits the James Turrell Respective And even the newest which came out recently that I'm enjoying... Bubsy: Woolies Strike Back. This was originally started on the Atari VCS/2600 and since the code for Fast Eddie for the 2600 and 400/800 were very similar I converted the sprites over. First stage with all the graphical work done on the 2600 is was easy to convert over the sprites for the characters (Bubsy, Woolies), the prize sprites, and number fonts. The background code for the ladders is different so for now the ladders are the same. Bubsy0 R1.bin
  4. So for a long time Bubsy fan like myself the joy was all the hype of the new game being released, seeing Bubsy fans respond, and "Bubsy" on the twitter feed responding back. The twitter activity that was probably inspired by the "Sonic" (Played by a Sega employee) on the Sonic twitter channel probably inspired Accolade. And to me it made all the difference getting to interact with the character. So let's start with the expected news, what are the non-Bubsy fans saying? Well, let's take a look... telegamemaster "Kinda digging it." & "So responsive. That is what impresses me" "Hit detection is ok.." "No glitching" Complaint: Length (too short) and difficulty (Too many marker points) Expected more than what we got. Wanted more worlds for the price tag. Gave a 4 out of 10. IGN Liked the double jump with glide Fall damage is gone. Annoying enemy placement. Only 14 levels? Rated a 4.5 Laser Time They had a love for the old Bubsy games. "Sonic is to Halo what Bubsy is to Killzone." "you can't have a good Sonic without a good Bubsy" "An example that America has too much money" "Worth every penny" "Pretty fun for $30 bucks" Other reviews peg Bubsy at around 4 to maybe 5. So here are the average good points of all the reviews I read: *It's a competent platformer *Hardly any glitches *Nice to see *Fun game *Best Bubsy game yet *Bubsy does not talk too much (and you can adjust the rate Bubsy talks. And the bad points: * Platforms you jump on are the same platforms basically through the whole game. * Enemies are annoyingly placed. * Too many markers. And the biggest complaint... * Too short. That is what I hear the most is how short the game is with only 14 levels. So in a moment, I'll give MY review of the new Bubsy, but first, some reviews of the fans and other good Bubsy comments... So been loving all that, but now... DOCTOR CLU'S REVIEW OF BUBSY THE WOOLIES STRIKE BACK Love it. Of course. I have seen so many Bubsy concepts of what a continuation of Bubsy would be. Also heard many music interpretations. So which would I have gone with? Well, the Bubsy in the flying suit made some sense, and my favorite fan music was "Return of the Bobcat" and I like the song "A Hole Lot of Magic". Love it. Honestly, this game, to me, blew all my expectations away I love all you fans, just saying I really really like what they made here. So let me break it down: The voice: Love it. Sounds like Bubsy, not as annoying as the Bubsy 3D, maybe easier to listen to than the original Bubsy voice. One could say a Bubsy a bit grown up? Just turn down the rate Bubsy talks or he will tend to repeat the phrases fairly quick. The Music/soundtrack: has a retro mod/Amiga feel to it. I thought. Backgound: Beautiful, as said Laser Time said, a nice homage to the Southwest. Gameplay: Honestly fun for me. Glide: Is a neat ability how you can drift down. Still the best way to take out a Woolie. Pounce: A FUN new ability. Can ram through walls. Supposedly the way to take out Woolies, but so far I tend to die like 40% of the time when I use it against Woolies. jump: Is jump. Always best paired with glide. Climbing is a new fun ability. Comparison thoughts... * I like how the Woolies lay around after you pounce them. They don't just go poof. * Like how the shield shirt stays with you till you are hit. Nice solution to the one hit kills you problem. * What is new is how when you hit a Woolie and you hold down glide you loose your glide. You can hit the glide again and Bubsy climbs up a bit for extended glide, just that this is a bit different. * Woolies don't stay down. One thing I always like about Bubsy was you returned to the last marker point with all prior enemies you took out still gone. Now you return to a marker with Woolies returned all around you. That is basically it. The game has been the type of fun where I find myself wanting to go back and play more of the game. I listen to the soundtrack in the car. As a fan, a very happy time for me. I'd say if you're a fan of Bubsy, you'll get a lot of good nuggets out of this. As a game, I think this is something good to give to a friend for their kids. Yep, like many kids of the 90's that grew up with the first Bubsy game, and good memories, so I think kids of today will like this game. So if I was to give this a score and this is based on fun, and what I believe this game could be, and fan material, how about an 82% out of 100% or 8.2 out of ten. It is a fun game. I think all the hype, the twitter feed leading up to the game, the marketing would raise this score to an 86%. Here is what I would like to see... 1) more variances in the appearance of the Woolies. 2) a bit more story? 3) Packages that people who buy the game can download to add more levels <---- would raise it 10% 4) A level creator that fans can download to make OTHER levels that owners of the game can put online for download. And with that, ways to import different music. Make hell levels with some Slayer!! Yeh! 5) More variance in the platforms you jump on. 6) The ability to zoom in so you don't see as much of the screen for those that like a feel like the 90's game and those cheap off screen enemies. Ok, that is all for now. More Bubsy news coming up, in the meantime, take advantage of that 34% sale on steam. Like buying the game for $10 and the soundtrack for the other $10.
  5. First off, 10 am PST October 30th will start the 24 hours of Bubsy answering questions. This should get interesting! Secondly, Do You Know Gaming has released a very informative video on Bubsy. They approached us at the Bubsy Fan Blog on it not too long ago to use materials from the Bubsy Fan Blog, and in the end added even more information. Well done guys! And finally, today I got my PS4 to play one of my copies of Bubsy! So as soon as I get my regular or purrfect edition I will have reviews and pictures. See everyone at the 24 hour question session with Bubsy this Monday!! -------------- I will leave you with this epic Bubsy / Wolfenstein picture from the twitter feed as both are being released around the same date.
  6. I feel like I did when New Horizons whizzed past Pluto, or Cassino crashed into Saturn. So much data collected that will be reviewed for years. And as Bubsy fans in the final days before Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back there is a blur of activity on Twitter of hundreds of Bubsy fans (really not kidding, see for yourself...) writing in that we will be quoting some of the best quips for months to come. But why not join in the fun while it lasts? "Bubsy" (or someone playing as Bubsy from Accolade/Black Forest) will be answering questions on Twitter clear up till October 31st! Some of the answers have been hilarious. Also activity on #BubsyNation, @BlackForestTeam, @BubsyThe_Bobcat. And there is a new Bubsy trailer! ------------------------------------ So my life has been fun tracking the Bubsy activity, work, other events, and.. learning how to hack rom images on the Atari VCS/2600. It has been the project that I think I am done, then I look at and say "well let me try this..." and 10 revisions later (that were released, about 50 on my hard drive) it went from looking like the original "Fast Eddie" rom... To what it looks like now... Now to see if I can learn how to hack sound. More Bubsy news soon!
  7. For Bubsy fans we live in exciting times: The Days before the launch of Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back. There have been times since the launch of this Bubsy Bobcat fan blog in 2008 that I would search the internet and maybe find one new picture of Bubsy, but I am happy to say that is not the case now. Going forward till the launch of Bubsy and after I will be featuring the excitement of those going into this game, initial thoughts, and reviews. And I will post some of the fun things as I find them. Others are welcome to PM me with submissions as well. So here are some fun pictures I found yesterday: Some context for this one: "James Nicholas Stanton, better known by his pen name Jim Sterling, is a British freelance video game journalist, critic, and pundit." Funny picture. Here are a few others I've been meaning to post for a little bit... Some really cool art. I wonder if this was the add for Bubsy 2 originally? "Bubsy Hashtag on Twitter" was all I got for this one. Every so often a new piece of swag shows up from the Bubsy 1 and 2 days since there was not any real swag from Bubsy (3) Fractured Furry Tales or Bubsy 3D. Hopefully we'll see more swag for Bubsy (5) The Woolies Strike Back. Alright, and this last part is for fun. I have recently gotten into the cartoon series "Rick and Morty" on adult swim. In that series there is a character, a old friend of Rick's named Squanchy that is a obnoxious talking and walking cat. Obnoxious but cool. So far no talking to the 4th wall like Bubsy, but otherwise you look at this character and say things like... Fun stuff. So as I come across some Squanchy stuff, I will share it here. So far I have found the following: This was a T-Shirt that you could find here, but the link seems to be down? https://pixelpoptees.com/products/get-your-squanch-on Two interesting "facts" from this fan wiki 1) Squanchy might be dead. But then we didn't see him die, and you know what they say in comics... "no body, no death. Oh there was a body? It was a clone..." 2) Squanchy might have been based on Snarf from Thundercats. Can see that, but the party animal with attitude is definitely Bubsy inspired. But then animorphic cats are quite common. We've featured at least two other characters (Magic Cat, and the Fox animal network mascot in Japan) that greatly resemble Bubsy. All we can say is, always fun to see a character that is similar and what others do with it. In Rick and Morty Squanchy is a old friend of Rick's. Obnoxious but a liked character. And in the end, quite heroic. I'm hoping we haven't seen the last of Squanchy. Hahah... this reviewer says about the same thing... And I'll leave with this epic picture...
  8. Hey all, we'll go ahead and post this a little early... presenting... the interview with Michael Berlyn the creator of Bubsy Bobcat!!! SpongeFox and I had a blast talking to Michael as he talked about a few of his projects from OO Topos his earliest game, projects at Infocom (Infidel, Cutthroats, Fooblitzky, and Suspended) as well as his musical experience "Hot Mustard", and his latest addictive iOS game, Ogg. And naturally lots and lots of behind the scenes on the creation of Bubsy Bobcat, the mascot that Accolade banked on to save their company and succeeded! Mike (as he asked to be called, not Mr. Berlyn) really enjoyed the illustrations of SpongeFox as you can see in the interview, so this would be a great time to share some illiustrations that have piled up while I was editing interviews in the last month. Here is what SpongeFox doodled during the interview: Ironically Mike mentioned that Bubsy was based in character on a dog they had at the time. These were actually drawn by SpongeFox a week before the interview. Only other news is that I am working with Shinto as he wraps up his Bubsy episode for the Atari Jaguar Game by Game podcast. I'm thankful to Shinto for having that episode as a motivation to reach out and interview Faran Thomason and Michael Berlyn in research for the podcast. Been a Tea-riffic experience!
  9. Thanks to Sponge Fox we have this great happy birthday greeting for Rob Paulsen... only 15 days late! (Ooops! Sorry Rob) It is funny how I believe it was around his birthday I popped in my copy of Animaniacs one night. Love that show but I hadn't watched that in ages. Oh wow that show is timeless. And naturally I watch the show listening to Yakko and thinking with a slight alteration in voice we have the Bubster. I was looking at Rob's picture and he kinda resembles Yakko: Fun stuff. Well again, happy 60th Rob! The only other order of business this month... BUBSY NEEDS YOU TO HELP WITH A PODCAST!! It's true. The Jaguar Game by Game Podcast by Shinto will be covering the Jaguar version of Bubsy roughly a month for now, and I am gathering information. So you the Bubsy fans can give your feedback or questions that you would like covered. What I am looking for are: 1) Things you would like to know about Bubsy in general 2) Questions you would have for the developers of the Jaguar Bubsy game 3) How would you rate the Jaguar version of Bubsy? (1) Hall of Fame Game (top 5 on the Jaguar) (2) Solid Game (3) "Meh" Game (4) Trash Game (bottom 5 on the Jaguar) You can leave those questions in the comments, or just PM me the feedback or questions. Naturally for me the Jaguar version of Bubsy I would not neccessarily say "Hall of Fame" but it is my top 5 go to games on the Jaguar (at the moment Bubsy, Cybermorph, Raiden, Doom, and Joust). With all it's problems, meh, I still will vote a Hall of Fame in my book. But we all have our guilty pleasures and Bubsy is certainly mine as a hobby. I look forward to your feedback. Soon we will have an informative hour plus long podcast episode about Bubsy that we all can enjoy!
  10. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    Same goes for the twins.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

  11. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    And now, some ancient relics from the past! XD Drawn WAY back in 2005.

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

  12. From the album: Gaming Artwork

    Drawn back in 2014, It's Rayman in the "Go Ask Alice" level of "Fractured Furry Tales".

    © Ubisoft, Accolade, Atari, spongefox, DeviantArt

  13. We have wild throngs of people (well ok, so far one) that would like to learn how to play the Bubsy game on the Atari Jaguar. The nice things about the Jaguar version, it is unique from all other versions. It is mysterious, not many have played it compared to the other versions since many don't have an Atari Jaguar. But tonight in a live stream you can see Bubsy being played and shown step by step how to beat this game. Currently I can beat all 15 levels in 50 minutes on average, and so can you! The live stream YouTube event will happen tonight 8:15 pm or 9:15 EST. The link to the live stream will be posted here or you can PM me for the details.
  14. I received the two Bubsy Russian games (Bubsy and Bubsy 2) in the mail today. The cases are so small and cute, just barely bigger than the game cartridge itself. More details on this in October, but in the meantime, here is Bubsy Bobcat written in Russian!!
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