ABBUC 2015 software development contest is over, and now you can download Toy’Swap, a match-gems type of game developed for the Atari 8-bit.
The developer explains to Atariteca that even relying on modern cross-compilers and emulators for the development, the game took him about 99 sessions with some of them ranging from 2 to 5 hours of development to be completed.
The game uses Antic mode 4 for the graphics and mode 6 for the HUD at the bottom of the screen. The music was made using Raster Music Tracker (RMT) in an attempt to recreate the music of Food Swap. You can check the video below but you should definitively play it!
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The game can be played on emulators and real machines, both PAL and NTSC.