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  1. This thread given as a reference as I realized the original hack thread should have been posted here. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/271921-bubsy-for-the-atari-5200/ Bubsy0 5200 R1.bin Bubsy0 5200 R2.bin Bubsy Manual.pdf Bubsy0 5200 R3-HS.bin
  2. We have a new Bubsy fan game being made! https://talic.itch.io/bubsy-in-a-pawtaform Click on the "Player 1" to start. Arrow keys for moving left and right. X is jump, Up with X is glide. And X with down arrow is for going down through platforms. Woolies can be hit with more variety from the front, and top, rather than just a few places on top. Nice change. This originally appeared on twitter on this entry.. https://twitter.com/new_on_itch/status/971295139409915906 Try it out, give the guy feedback! The world needs more of the Bubster! --------------------- A few other fun Bubsy this and that's on the interwebs... Bubsy faces ripped from Bubsy 3D This "disarming" picture of Bubsy found on Twitter... Also from twitter...
  3. Always good to hear from "Bubsy" on the Twitter feed. And always good to get another Bubsy picture/advertisement. My response: A nice tribute to the Winter Olympics! Also a good article of how Bubsy translated into Japanese: https://legendsoflocalization.com/how-they-translated-bubsy-into-japanese/
  4. Hey Bubsy Fans! So I was cruising around the interwebs looking for the quotes from the Woolies Strike Back, which I finally defeated the last boss yesterday, and found a Bubsy Bobcat Wiki page! http://bubsy.wikia.com/wiki/Bubsy_Bobcat_Wiki Looks like it got started in July back when the news of the new Bubsy game really started to hit the presses. They have about 66 articles, so off to a great start, and I've been having fun filling in some gaps that the Bubsy Fan Blog has picked up over the years. In the end, I think the wiki will be a great go to on quick knowledge for the Bubster, and you can always have fun here as we give the Bubsy opinions and reactions to Bubsy fandom. So like Ford Prefect of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, I am having fun writing for the Hitchhiker's Guide to Bubsy.. or as they call it, the Bubsy Bobcat Wiki. See you there Bubsy fans! -Doctor Clu
  5. Well Bubsy fans we are literally five days until Christmas and what have we done? Well.. a lot. A new Bubsy game for Steam and Playstation 4 and lots of fan activity. Yeh it's been a fun year Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! ----------------------------------- And a quick word from Bubsy... https://t.co/TkEWnv02DK
  6. With five days left on the guess the arcade game contest that the Bubsy Bobcat Fan Blog is hosting, Bubsy on the twitter feed sends out his wish for a HAPPY THANKSGIVING... I wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving as well. My second favorite holiday! -Doctor Clu
  7. 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.
  8. 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!!
  9. https://twitter.com/BubsyThe_Bobcat/status/1096144860589912064
  10. For this new years I've had a blast getting a visit from Kevmos3 and the Playstation Classics system. In that one we were able to play Bubsy 3D and the result was amazing. Check it out...
  11. Bubsy and his Paws on Fire gang give the warmest whisker wishes this Christmas! (art by SpongeFox)
  12. I've often joked Bubsy was "The hit points of Mario with the speed of Sonic" I think Bubsy actually owes just as much to Mario as he does to Sonic for the inspiration. And today, the inspiration for Mario passed away. https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-46072339?fbclid=IwAR2W8OwHzU3s28cfWOT85P6WfrHQCjgU2uGKYQhA4RVVlpy3VLkuspRGOSE I originally heard the news at this other blog: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/284642-not-atari-but-super-mario-the-real-life-guy-dies/ Rest in peace Mario Segale. Thanks for inspiring the jumpman that was maybe the first platformer mascot I saw. Maybe it was him or Bounty Bob from Miner 2049er. Not sure. Pretty close there. In tribute, I found some Mario jokes. Worth checking out. http://www.jokes4us.com/peoplejokes/supermariojokes.html
  13. I wrote this to "Bubsy" on Twitter: So above all, not bad. A year later Bubsy is still $19.99 for a used copy, and $29.99 for a new copy at Game Stop. The leaderboards on Steam and Playstation are still active. Woolies Strike Back may be a relatively easy game to get through, most can get through in a little more than an hour; however, moving up in the leaderboards requires skills and tricks that take much longer. As any (good) game. Easy to learn, difficult to master. I think Woolies Strikes Back made for a game that learned from what people complained about. The shield shirt giving one hit is a great system around just giving Bubsy multiple hits (like in Bubsy 2). The Bubsy on Twitter has chimed in from time to time on National Smile Day, Mother's Day, and during the Olympics. Mostly ads, but there was one time where someone asked if the voice work in Bubsy games could be better and "Bubsy" took slight offense asking basically "Would an artist change a master piece?" (Agreed Bubsy, though we try not to look at George Lucas and "Star Wars: A New Hope.) Thought it was hilarious. A year ago I bought a Playstation 4 just for Bubsy, and competing on the leaderboards has had me jumping in every other day to squeeze out a few more points. Been fun. Bought Tempest 4000 on the PS4 and that game is quite amazing. Found that Golden Axe is in the Sega Genesis collection, and the Atari retro collection has a lot of fun games too. Not so sure about Raiden 5 looks too cartoony. But overall Bubsy sold me on the PS4 and I think it is, dare I say to my Atari 2600, Intellivision, and Jaguar... the PS4 is becoming my favorite system. I feel so dirty as a retro gamer. And where Fractured Furry Tales on the Jaguar was my favorite Bubsy game, Woolies Strikes Back has pulled ahead. Someone finally beat me in the Fractured Furry Tales speedrun this year (after ten years) and I almost don't care. Been hacking 2600 games, one of which being the Bubsy hack of "Fast Eddie",helping with the Bubsy Bobcat fan Wiki and yes, Woolies Strikes Back. That among the usual laundry list of life's challenges which praise God have been progressive and positive. So to BillionSoft/Accolade/Black Forest Games... thanks again for the latest installment of Bubsy. Made for a fun 2018 year! (And looking forward to the next Bubsy game!) - Doctor Clu http://atariage.com/forums/blog/234/entry-15170-the-one-year-anniversary-of-bubsythe-woolies-strike-back/
  14. 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. Latest binary: Bubsy0 R20.bin Bubsy0 R21-HS.bin Holiday Special Latest Sound Beta: Bubsy0 S14.bin Play online by clicking here! Alpha stage: Bubsy A01.bin Bubsy A02.bin Bubsy A03.bin Bubsy A04.bin Bubsy A05.bin Bubsy A06.bin Bubsy A07.bin Bubsy A08.bin Bubsy A09.bin Bubsy A10.bin Bubsy A11.bin Bubsy A12-Color.bin Bubsy A13.bin Bubsy A14.bin Bubsy A15.bin Bubsy A16.bin Bubsy A17.bin Bubsy A18-No RL.bin Bubsy A19.bin Bubsy A20 2.bin Releases: Bubsy0 R1.bin Bubsy0 R2.bin Bubsy0 R3.bin Bubsy0 R4.bin Bubsy0 R5.bin Bubsy0 R6.bin Bubsy0 R7.bin Bubsy0 R8.bin Bubsy0 R9.bin Bubsy0 B10.bin Bubsy0 B11.bin Bubsy0 B12.bin Bubsy0 B13.bin Bubsy0 R14.bin Bubsy0 R15.bin Bubsy0 R16.bin Bubsy0 R17.bin Bubsy0 R18.bin Bubsy0 R19.bin Bubsy0 R20.bin Bubsy0 R21-HS.bin Holiday Special
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