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Evening all,

 

I am Jamie and I run a couple of sites with a few friends, one is www.retrovideogamer.co.uk and the other is www.homebrewlegends.com.

 

RVG is a multi retro gaming based site with news, reviews and much more besides. Due to the growth of Homebrew gaming we started HBL, this site will only cover the homebrew scene, so far we have some interviews with people like Retro Nerve Games, Bitmap Bureau, Mega Cat Studios and our latest one is with the guys from Reboot, you can read that here.

 

http://www.homebrewlegends.com/homebrew-legends-interviews-reboot/

 

All ways looking for more news and content so please get in touch if you can help.

 

Cheers

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I highly recommend you get on the Atari 2600 homebrew bandwagon and cover those games as they are putting out some really good quality games that push the hardware farther than it's ever been pushed (see Scramble & Super Cobra Arcade).

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Check my site http://nanochess.org I announce the Intellivision games I've been developing recently including Miner 2049er and Hover Bovver.

 

More recently published my book Programming Games for Intellivision. :)

 

And also I'm available for interviews. :grin:

 

P.S. check the Colecovision and Intellivision forums to see the new games announced.

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I've been developing, collaborating and publishing on a small scale for awhile. Hit me up if you want an eternal newbies perspective :)

 

Boss https://www.indiegog...ari-2600-game#/
Dead of Knight (of course!) http://www.atari2600...-of-knight.html
Conjoined https://www.kickstar...red-by-the-movi
Super Trash Truck http://atariage.com/...nterest-thread/
CandyBar https://panic.com/bl...bar-2600-found/
Upp! (No longer in stock - digital only) https://theloon.itch.io/upp
Twist R Shark http://atariage.com/...ion-atari-2600/
M.M.S.B.C. https://thisisbitpop...om/retro-games/
M.M.S.B.C. II http://indiegames.co...release_mm.html
A.C.i.D. 2


Game Panic http://www.atari2600.../game-panic-lcd
Bigfoot's Family Search https://www.kickstar...i-2600-homebrew
Nitebear on Sleepystreet (no physical stock left - digital only) https://theloon.itch...reet-atari-2600
Bacon Blast (Given to vendor at ArcadeRX to sell 2015-2016)
Strangeland http://neoclassicgam...atari-2600.html
[email protected] of Chaos (aka Atarowg) http://atariage.com/...combs-of-chaos/

There are also titles that were finished but the contractors haven't published yet
Duel (Client received product not sure of publishing status)

Laughing Boy (Joe Grisaffi commissioned for his movie. Physical release seems to be on backburner?)

Balloon Girl (Haven't published it on my own) http://retrogamingma...-on-atari-2600/

Digital only games:
Tornado Blast http://www.romhacking.net/homebrew/63/
Drunken Pooper 2600 http://retrogamingma...-development-2/
UppaCreek http://atariage.com/...449-uppa-creek/
Cyber Willy (compo version of Boss) https://www.romhacking.net/homebrew/8/

Sega Genesis Titles:
Game Panic 2 https://www.etsy.com...he-sega-genesis
Space Foxes (re-branded version of Code Eliminator) http://segabits.com/...hp?topic=3887.0
Code Eliminator https://gbatemp.net/...at-prge.397393/
War in the Machine http://www.gooddealg...ga Genesis.html

For PC:
Super Pitifall (digital only) http://www.retrotaku...la-version-nes/
Simply Cavern (Digital Only Ludum Dare release) http://ludumdare.com...ly-cavern-done/
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Cheers guys, I took some time out but back on it now.

 

I'll get the 2600 stuff added. And Nanochess and Gemintronic, an interview sounds great. Can you guys pm me your email address and I will send you some questions.

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I highly recommend you get on the Atari 2600 homebrew bandwagon and cover those games as they are putting out some really good quality games that push the hardware farther than it's ever been pushed (see Scramble & Super Cobra Arcade).

Actually they make use of new modern hardware.

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Certainly some of the biggest games recently indeed. But it is quite the opposite of pushing the VCS hardware ;-)

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