Archive for January, 2016
Genesis Plus GX (01-01-2016) (Multiple emus for GCWZ)

Genesis Plus GX has been ported to the GCW Zero by David Knight. Genesis Plus GX is a Megadrive/Mega CD/Master System/Game Gear/SG1000 emulator. The source code is forked from the original by Charles MacDonald and heavily modified by ekeeke. The GCW0 port is a joint effort by Shin-Nil and David Knight with graphics assets contributed by hi-ban and Gab1975. The [&hellip

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Fruit’Y v1.00 (OpenDingux Game Port)

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 [&hellip

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Xump v1.01 (OpenDingux Game Port)

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. Updated for OpenDingux 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 [&hellip

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Giana’s Return v1.10 (OpenDingux Game Port)

Giana’s Return aims to be a worthy UNOFFICIAL sequel of “The Great Giana Sisters” and has been updated few minutes ago for OpenDingux by zear. Please accept YouTube cookies to play this video. By accepting you will be accessing content from YouTube, a service provided by an external third party. YouTube privacy policy If you accept this notice, your choice [&hellip

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Triple Trapled v0.9 (OpenDingux Game Port)

Triple Trapled, a remake of “Triple Traple” by ABA Games, is a game about stacking blocks. Brought to OpenDingux by zear

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Shisen-Seki v0.2.1 (OpenDingux Game)

Shisen-Seki is a game of Shisen-Sho – a classic japanese logic game utilizing Mahjong stones. Programming & fonts by Artur Rojek (zear) and graphics by Joe Vargas (jxv). The goal of Shisen-Sho is to remove all stones from the board. Do so by matching pairs of stones with the same face. You can only match stones if they can be [&hellip

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