Category: Nintendo Entertainment System (Famicom)
Meteor Guard

Meteor Guard by Sly Dog Studios is a small space shooter in which you must destroy as many meteors as you can. Once nine of them have passed you, the game ends. Tap left or right on the D-pad to move in the corresponding direction, and when you are vertically lined up with the meteor you would like to destroy, press the B button to fire.

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Flappy Block

Sly Dog Studios decided to jump on the bandwagon and created a Flappy Bird style game for the NES named Flappy Block. It is infinitely easier than the original, but it does what it is meant to do… waste time!

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Ambushed

Ambushed is a tiny shooting game for NES by Sly Dog Studios. You’re walking down the street and suddenly, from a couple of attached buildings that are across the street, you are ambushed by multiple gunmen… luckily you’re packin’ some heat! Use the D-Pad to move the player’s scope around, and ‘A’ to fire. Score 99 (then +1) and you win the game. That’s a lot of baddies for one area! However, if a single bullet reaches you on the other side of the street, you’re a goner. Shoot them before they get to you!

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1k2p

Sly Dog Games made up the very basic version of Pong, named 1k2p. It’s a two player only game.

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For Points

Why did the chicken cross the road? For Points, of course! Get the chicken across the road to get some points. Don’t get hit by a car though. Chickens are pretty defenseless against cars. One hit and it’s game over. Game created by Sly Dog Studios.

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Double Action Blaster Guys (06-05-2014) (NES Game)

Double Action Blaster Guys by NovaSquirrel is a single player action game but also allows two simultaneous players. DABG for the Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom is a sequel to “Forehead Block Guy“.

NovaSquirrel provided the following updates on his game:

*Changed to NROM-256 with CHR RAM, decompressed at the start before the title
*Revamped menu system (and the editor asks for confirmation to quit now)
*Versus modes with powerups
*More levels to use new blocks and enemies
*Levels can scroll
*New blocks: Bombs that go off every 4 seconds, tiles and platforms that toggle between solid or not every 4 seconds, switch to instantly toggle all toggleable blocks, moving springs and moving hazards, teleporters, insta-kill spikes, tiles that cause a bomb to drop above you when you walk through them
*New enemies: rolling and jumpy balls, enemies that shoot aimed at the player, Thwomp clones, a flapping owl, a potion and an enemy that continually shoots right
*Various bugfixes and minor changes

http://forums.nesdev.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=10325

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DENDYcompo II (NES Music Disk)

DENDYcompo II is a music disk for NES created by Rubel for the 8bit Netlabel 8081.

Tracklist:

01. Nuclear Mushroom Boom – Summertime
02. Xenon Odyssey – Convoluted Culvert
03. bertfm – Dancing to Death
04. Harumi Makoto – Wonder Panorama
05. Please Lose Battle – Restrain from entering my bedroom

DENDYcompo II

Watch this video on YouTube.

http://forums.nesdev.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=11003

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Sgt. Helmet Training Day (09-12-2013) (NES Game)

Sgt. Helmet Training Day is an action platformer by the Mojon Twins, who released this nice game first on the ZX Spectrum. And now here it is… for the 8-Bit NES!

http://www.mojontwins.com/juegos_mojonos/sgt-helmet-training-day-nes/

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Double Action Blaster Guys (16-10-2013) (NES Game)

Double Action Blaster Guys by NovaSquirrel is a single player action game but also allows two simultaneous players. DABG for the Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom is a sequel to “Forehead Block Guy“.

Since the first revision there’s been several bugfixes and changes:

  • “Extra stuff” menu on the title screen was removed and the level editor and credits were  just moved to the main menu instead
  • If the pre-level screen with the objective is skipped with Start, the game no longer starts the level with the game paused and will wait for you to let go of Start
  • Credits screen now has website URLs on it
  • All unofficial/illegal opcodes are replaced with official ones for better compatibility with emulators that don’t support them
  • Fixed a bug where testing a level in the level editor after beating the game would just bring you back to the title
  • Fixed a bug where enemies can’t climb over blocks from the right

http://forums.nesdev.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=10325

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Mouser 2 (17-10-2013) (NES Game)

Sometimes developers disappear, sometimes they re-appear. Happened with Tony Young who showed up on the NESdev.com web board during 17th October 2013 and released Mouser 2, a heavily reworked version of Mouser. It’s time to guide your mouse and catch some cheese! Right?

Mouser 2 (Ingame)

Mouser 2 by Tony Young

http://forums.nesdev.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=10594

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