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Here are my plans for platformers using that 7800Basic demo. The Agathodaimon (Rastan Saga and Curse of Issyos meet Zelda 2, Gargoyle's Quest II, and Robot Ninja Haggleman 3. I was planning on having 7800XM support, but Curt Vendel's death shot the chances of that happening down.) Kid Zenithian (Classic Mega Man, but with the ability to duck and shoot upward. See also Magical Doropie/The Krion Conquest.) Ð838 (Metroid Clone) Snáwcild (A Ninja Gaiden clone featuring a Demon Lands character whose name literally translates to Snow Child.) Ildu (Wonder-Boy-esque platformer with Old English/Anglo-Saxon themes. Part of the Middanyeard series.) Ghosts 'n Goblins clone.
I've decided to sell a few things of mine in hopes that I can get some other items for my collection. I could take them to eBay but after the fees and the hassle it almost doesn't seem worth it. And also note that all prices include shipping, and are negotiable, espeically if you buy multiple things. Anyway, here is what I'm selling. Sparkster SNES: Cart only unfortunately but its in great shape. I've had many hours of fun on this game. Asking $35 shipped for this. Metroid Prime Trilogy Wii: This comes complete. Has everything, tin case, slipcover, manual and black fold out insert. Oh, and of course the disc. The disc is nice, the manual shows little wear, the black fold out insert has a small tear because of a sticker that was on it, the case has 2 small dents as well. One on the top, and a rather small one on the front in the top right. They aren't extremely noticeable by any means but they are there. Also the top clip on the case doesn't close. The bottom one does, but the top does not. The slip cover is pretty good as well. Has some slight wear from just being used. I'm asking $65 shipped on this one. Windwaker Box: Basically mint. Has a gamestop sticker on the front of it but it is on the plastic and not the insert so it will come off very easily. No manual with this one unfortunately. But like I said its in great shape. Asking $20 shipped. Ocarina of Time/Master Quest Box and Manual: Both in very nice condition. Has the manual and the case both and like I said, in very nice condition. Asking $18 shipped on this. Super Mario Sunshine Box and Manual: The box is in nice shape and so is the manual. But, the manual has the name "Adam" printed on it. Somebody tried taking it off and has ripped part of the manual under the label. For the most part it can probably be salvaged, but it does have that flaw. Asking $15 shipped. So that is everything, like I said the prices include shipping and are negotiable, especially if you buy more than one item. I have done a few deals here on AtariAge before. Check with IntellivisionDude, Kefka14, boxpressed, and so on. Also you can check my eBay account for 100% positive feedback there as well, the name is dvskingcobra460. So thanks if you are interested in anything, please message me! -------------------------
I recently tried a demo of a fan-made Metroid II remake called "AM2R" (short for "Another Metroid 2 Remake"), and I must say I was completely blown away!!! I has such a great time playing it that I felt downright compelled to mention it here on these forums. If you haven't tried it yet, do yourself a favor and download the latest demo from here: http://metroid2remake.blogspot.ca/ You need to have .NET Framework 2 or newer installed (which could be a problem if you're using Windows XP, but it comes standard under Vista, 7 and 8 so no problem there) and I recommend using a proper game controller because playing with the keyboard is somewhat difficult. The version of the demo which I played (version 1.21) seems to have a bug with the map display, and the game slows down or accelerates for no apparent reason sometimes (I hope the programmer fixes this) but otherwise this game will give you a Metroid boner, I guarantee it! The graphics, the music, the in-game physics, the level design, everything is damn near perfect! This is Metroid done right, people!! If you can, please leave some encouraging comments for the guys behind this wonderful fan project. I'm going to join the official AM2R forum and give the team all the encouragement I can muster, and I will keep my fingers crossed that the game will be fully completed as soon as humanly possible. Playing a high-quality fan-made game like AM2R really puts a smile on my face!