Archive for July, 2003
On holiday…

I’ll be away for the next days and can not post news or answer emails. The news service will be taken over byfr4nzfor the time I’m away. – Signing off… Kojote

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Knark (GBC Demo)

GBC Demos got rare, but this LCP party we had luck. The group Phantasy released a brandnew GBC demo called Knark. You can get it from:http://www.lcp.c64.org/files/lcp2003/compo/gameboy

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Aura for Laura (PS2 Demo)

The group Soopadoopa released a really nice looking PS2 demo at the recently held demoparty”Scene Event 2003″. Download and screenshots on it’s homepage. Feel free to comment the demo onpouet.net!http://www.soopadoopa.dk

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Azumanga Daioh updated

An updated version of the Azumanga Daioh game has been released. This version has a Maniac setting (press B on title screen) and you can throw bombs when you collect a brown cat. Head over to the homepageherefor the downloads

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Morning Coffe v0.40 (GP32 text editor)

ThunderZ/gp32news.com reports about a new version of the texteditor”Morning Coffee”for the GP32. I can’t find any link to the files over there… but maybe you’ve more luck than me.http://www.gp32news.com/gp32news/index.php

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GBAHearts and GameLand Source out! (GBA)

Stephen Stair released 2 of his game sourcecodes for the GBA. More information at gbadev.orghttp://www.gbadev.org

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AZ released

I am not 100% sure what the name of this game is as its in Korean so unless somebody knows I am calling it AZ as this was the file name of the FXE. Their homepage ishere.The aim of the game seems to be to avoid the falling cats by moving the player left and right. There are also some

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GChip 1.0a (Chip8 interpretor for GameCube)

Desktopman updated his Chip8 emulator. Now the file includes 26 freely distributeable Chip8 games instead of 9. You can get the download once again at Max-Console.http://www.maxconsole.com

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GChip8 v 1.0 (Chip 8 Interpretor for GameCube)

Desktopman released the first emulator (or more likley an interpretor)in the history of GameCube development. You can get the download at Max-Console.http://www.maxconsole.com

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GBA Jpeg Viewer v2.1

Tony released a new version of his GBA Jpeg Viewer. The program is actually for Windows, and let you output JPG’s into a GBA rom file which can be viewed on emulators or on real hardware. The changes for this version are: Version 2.1Support for bigger pictures with zoom/scrollNew graphic interface in ViewerSome minor changes in Packer http://www.caimans.net/gba

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