Fruit’Y – Playing with edibles is heavily inspired by the Kaiko classic Gem’X, which has been seen on computers such as the Commodore Amiga 500, Commodore 64 and Atari ST. The game consists of two boards of fruits. The left field belongs to a cute tiger who needs to reproduce the right field 1:1 being able to proceed to the next level. Sounds easy?! Possibly it does, at least for the first few levels!
Public downloads are available for these fine systems: Playstation Portable, GP2x Wiz, Dreamcast, Wii, GameCube, GCW Zero! Along with other systems not covered by PDRoms such as Amiga OS4, MorphOS, Linux, Windows, NetBSD, TI Nspire CX, …
Gameblabla’s Oswan by gameblabla is a Wonderswan/Wonderswan color, based on OswanJ by bird_may_nike and Oswan by Alekmaul. It can play most, if not all Wonderswan games properly.
It used to be based on Alekmaul’s Oswan port but the numerous issues it introduced (including incompatibility with some games) pushed me to convert everything over OswanJ SVN. This fork is also even more accurate than upstream: Games are now playing at the proper speed.
The CPU core comes from NomadSwan (GPLv2 or later). Somes changes were made in order to remove useless code.
Solarus is a free and open-source Action-RPG game engine, licensed under GPL, and written in C++. It runs quests in Lua, and can work on a great number of platforms. Solarus also features a game editor called Solarus Quest Editor, written in C++ with Qt to help you creating your game.
The previous port by Shin-nil is now two years old and suffers from a number of bugs, notably music stuttering when changing areas. The new version still occasionally stutters but has smoother sound, many bug fixes and engine enhancements.
xMAME is a UNIX version of MAME optimized for the GCW-Zero handheld. The main goal of XMAME is to provide an updated version (actually versions) of MAME which was something other than the ubiquitous MAME4ALL. GCW-Zero port by Slaanesh.
Barbie Seahorse Adventures is a fun little platformer made by The Olde Battleaxe for the PyWeek 4 contest. Rewritten for GCW Zero by Nebuleon.
You’re a seahorse, and you have to go to the Moon! There are enemies in your way, which you must defeat, and landscapes that will end up confusing you…
You shoot bubbles from your… face… and those bubbles destroy enemies and turn them into bubbles, which you can ride to raise yourself to new heights. Three bubbles from your face are enough to defeat most enemies, or one if you have hair, but there is one thing that your bubbles cannot defeat alone…
Giana’s Return aims to be a worthy UNOFFICIAL sequel of “The Great Giana Sisters” by Retroguru and has been recently released for GCW Zero devices (ported by Zear!).
Evil Swampy and his followers have stolen the magic ruby, which made it once possible for Giana and Maria to return from their dream. Many creatures are after this ruby, but does it really has power, or was it just a coincidence?As this is not bad enough, Swampy fell in love at first sight with Giana’s sister Maria and shamelessly kidnapped her. She simply has been at the wrong place at the wrong time.You will now have to take on the role of Giana and get back the magic ruby. And most important of all, save your beloved sister Maria and get home save!
In Wetspot 2 you control a small crab and your target is to kill every monster on the current level. Since you have no weapons, to accomplish your job you must use the same bricks that forms the walls of the level you are into.
Xump by Retroguru is a simple one screen puzzle game initially released in 2005 by Psilocybin Development. This overhaul is a rewrite featuring new graphics, new levels, new music… simply new everything. Ported to GCW Zero by Zear.
Help Xump and his human master Holger to disarm mines on fields located somewhere above our atmosphere. Collect coins by destroying fields or mines but do not fall of the playing field. There are 48 levels plus hidden 32 original levels if you can unlock them.
Sqrxz requires fast reflexes and is a simply mindblasting Jump’n’Run puzzle game with high frustration factor. Now ported to GCW Zero by Zear!
While Sqrxz wandered around on a sunny day, he was unaware that he had lost all his items while enjoying the scenery. It was already dark until he recognized the loss. There was no possibility, but to go back where he started the trip and save his things. If the loss was not already enough, strange creatures appeared. Will they be helpful?
The fourth installment of Sqrxz has been released. Sqrxz 4 – Cold Cash has been released to the public on 20th April for plenty of systems, such as Windows (32-Bit), Linux (32-Bit, 64-Bit), Wiz, PSP, MotoMagx, Dreamcast, GCW Zero, MacOS X (32-Bit, 64-Bit) / Intel, Amiga OS4, MorphOS, Symbian OS Series 60, Symbian OS UIQ3, Raspberry Pi, Caanoo, GP2x and OpenPandora.
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