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Video: Retro Coleco Homebrew Games September 2017

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A special package from my home brew partners at Collectorvision, some more copies of one of my own games and four new home brew titles by other authors.

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Draconian (23-09-2017) (A2600 Game)

SpiceWare updated their game Draconian. Your goal is to destroy the space stations on each level. Use the radar, located at the bottom of the screen between the score and lives remaining, to find the stations (green dots) in relation to yourself (white dot). Destroy the stations by taking out all 6 pods.

Changes:

Bonus Lives at 20,000 then every 70,000
Jingle added to AtariAge Splash Screen
Revised formation appearances
* Sector 1 = I-Type only
* Sector 2 = 50% I-Type, 50% P-Type
* Sector 3+ = 37.5% I-Type, 37.5% P-Type, 25% E-Type
Fixed condition where Red Alert sound effect would repeat in the menu
Slowed down explosion sequences
E-Types launched from stations will now collide with stationary objects
Fixed bug where next level would start if you rammed the last station with your last star fighter

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Quad-Joust (A2600 Game) (WIP)

Quad-Joust is an upcoming four player game for Atari 2600. It’s a super-simple PvP-only joust-style game, mostly meant to demo the adapter gauauu is working on. You can follow the development at the AtariAge Forums.

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The Retro Hour EP89 – Gremlin Graphics founder Ian Stewart (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

We talk about classics like Zool and the Lotus series with Gremlin founder Ian Stewart!

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Zelda Time to Triumph (Zelda 3T) v0.2 Alpha (3DS Game Port)

Zelda Time to Triumph (Zelda 3T) is a fandmade Zelda game, ported to Nintendo 3DS by nop90.

After the events that occured in Termina and the victory of the hero on his evil alter-ego, Zelda and Link knew that, from the bottom of hell, Ganon the immortal drawed his power from his wish to the Triforce, and rounded up his army with a view to invade Hyrule. Until the day when, after months spent watching out for an attack, an event came up and put an end to this endless waiting…

Release notes:

– Fixed the main memory leaks.

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Zelda Time to Triumph (Zelda 3T) v0.1 Alpha (3DS Game Port)

Zelda Time to Triumph (Zelda 3T) is a fandmade Zelda game, ported to Nintendo 3DS by nop90.

After the events that occured in Termina and the victory of the hero on his evil alter-ego, Zelda and Link knew that, from the bottom of hell, Ganon the immortal drawed his power from his wish to the Triforce, and rounded up his army with a view to invade Hyrule. Until the day when, after months spent watching out for an attack, an event came up and put an end to this endless waiting…

Release notes:

– First alpha release. The game is complete, but sometimes crashes for some memory leaks to be fixed. Save often your game.

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The Retro Hour EP88 – Lara Croft and Games Workshop (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

We’re joined by Ian Livingtone CBE to talk Tomb Raider, founding Games Workshop and Fighting Fantasy.

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FBI v2.4.12 (3DS Application)

FBI is an open source file and title manager by Steveice10 for the Nintendo 3DS. Discussion via GBAtemp.

Changes:

* Fix duplicate icons in title list.
* Fix ticket use status not being updated after CDN installation.
* Fix URLs being improperly encoded.

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The Retro Hour EP87 – Thalamus Rebirth and Commodore Format (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

We talk about the rebirth of the legendary Thalamus with Andy Roberts, and an inside look at some classic Commodore 64 magazines.

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The Retro Hour EP86 – AMOS and STOS (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

We’re joined by François Lionet, the man behind the legendary game creation tools STOS and AMOS! The history, highs and lows and his plans for a 21st century update of AMOS.

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