Category: Games Consoles

Mega R-Type Coming to the Sega Mega Drive!

It’s R-TYPE arcade action for your SEGA 16-bit System! The galaxy is in deep peril: foul creatures from the evil Bydo Empire have warped across space to invade and conquer our planet! There is only one hope for victory. The Earth Defense League has chosen you to pilot R-9, a nuclear-powered space fighter that can cut through invading aliens faster…

“Slicks Racing”: A vertical perspective racing game for Atari 2600

"Slicks Racing": A vertical perspective racing game for Atari 2600

“Slicks Racing,” the brainchild of Czech developers Vojta “nooly” Nedvěd (code, music) and Petr “Raist” Šťastný (graphics) offers a fresh racing experience on the beloved Atari 2600 console. Players step into the shoes of a retired race car driver who, throughout his career, lived in the shadows of more illustrious competitors. Now, in their grizzled years, a spark ignites –…

Reshoot Proxima 3, Amiga

Prepare for a pixel-powered thrill ride like no other! Dive into the heart of classic gaming nostalgia with our top-down retro pixel art shooter for classic Commodore Amiga-platforms. Traverse 5 breathtaking stages, from the fiery Sun to the eerie depths of Hell. Brace yourself for lightning-fast, vertical-scrolling mayhem that will test your reflexes and courage. Reshoot Proxima 3 is the…

TwinTwin, Game Boy

Help the great explorer Zigmundo to find the magical relic, the Twin Stone! A multi-character Metroidvania adventure for Gameboy begins! A long time ago, a demon king invaded our land bringing an era of darkness. Two legendary brother warriors stood against him and defeated the whole army with their unparalleled power. The king swore to return. To prevent another era…

Hermano, Game Boy

During the Day of the Dead, Mano visited the grave of Nano, his brother. It is said that during that night the doors of the underworld open so that the dead can reunite with their living relatives. But those same doors let hundreds of lost souls, monsters and demons out into the world of the living people. A demon took Mano…

NESFab – A fast high-level language to create NES games

There is a new kid on the block to help you create NES games without digging deep into the 6502 Assembly. NESFab is a new programming language for creating NES games. Designed with 8-bit limitations in mind, the language is more ergonomic to use than C, while also producing faster assembly code. It’s easy to get started with and has a…

Scene World Podcast Episode #162 – Frank Klepacki

Join us on this episode as we sit down with legendary video game composer and musician Frank Klepacki. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Frank has created iconic soundtracks for some of the biggest games of all time, including Command + Conquer, Dune, and Star Wars: Empire at War. Not only is he a master of electronic…

After a “Cease and Desist” letter from SEGA, Grayfox Books releases The Mega Book Collection Digital for free

Darren Doyle from Greyfox Books has announced today that his book about the SEGA Mega Drive is available for free as a downloadable PDF. Although this alone is good news for all Mega Drive (and Genesis!) fans, the reason Doyle decided this route is unfortunate, to say it lightly. After publishing “Atari: a Visual History” and “Coin-Op: The Arcade Guide“,…

A message from David Pleasance for all orders who ordered his german book of “Commodore the inside story”

A message from David Pleasance for all orders who ordered his german book of “Commodore the inside story”: English translation (thanks to amiga-news.de) Due to e-mail losses, he asks for the current delivery address for sending the printed version to amiga@lookbehindyou.de with the subject: “INSIDE STORY GERMAN VERSION”. Subscribers of the e-book version, on the other hand, should send their current e-mail…

Scene World Podcast Episode #157 – Robert Neal’s RetroRGB

RetroRGB is THE portal to learn all about how to get the picture the best way out of such retro consoles to your modern TVs! Robert Neal is the master behind behind this portal which is the go-to address for console info of all kind as well, thanks to its extensive Wiki which is a whole database, YouTube videos, podcast…