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Blow ’em Out is a single-screen platformer with 10 levels. It’s your birthday, and you have to blow out all the candles on your birthday cake. Problem is, the candles are spitting out evil fireballs that can not only kill you, but they can also re-ignite candles that you’ve already blown out. And be careful, the cake is slippery!
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Marcus Rowe, better known under his nick undisbeliever, released Horizontal Shooter for the SNES. It might take you by surprise now, but it’s a horizontal shooter game, just as the game title suggests.
Hilda is a SNES game by Orochii Zouveleki and EN.i.
The game features the story of Hilda, a young princess who lost all of her family in the war against the enemy. All but her older sister, who is missing. She sets to find her sister, and attain revenge for her parents death, along with the future restoration of her kingdom. What will happen next?
If you have spare money on your hands you might consider having a look at this rather freshly released action platformer SNES game called Dorke and Ymp. If you don’t own a SNES you can Greenlight the game on Steam and hope for a virtual release.
Manu Löwe currently works on a new Super Nintendo Entertainment game named Furry RPG. It’s in heavily development and no where near done, but if you love to follow projects from scratch, this one might be the one to follow. He is currently playing around with the implementation of Mode 7 and other things. So go and check it, but do not expect a full game yet.
If its about the homebrew scene we get lots of releases, especially for older 8-Bit Systems. What has been always almost non existent was stuff for the Super Nintendo, also known as Super Famicom. Smash It by elix popped up at TRSAC 2014 last week.
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