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Dyox is a homebrew PSP game built in 2006. Inspired by the classic game Oxyd, Dyox is a 2D puzzle game where you control a marble and interact with level objects to gain access to each level’s goal. A development diary written when the game was released is available: The game should install and run on PSPs with any [&hellip

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Ralph 4

Ralph 4 is a NES game by pubby, with music by MovieMovies1. The game is explained rather easy. Collect diamonds and avoid the fluffy cute bears. Few bears wont move at all, others do. The entertainment factor is great, but the game rather short

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Data Storm

Data Storm is a Sega Master System clone of an Atari 2600 game named Turmoil

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Bara Burū

Bara Burū is a Sega Master System game by Kagesan. Seemingly out of the blue, vile sea creatures start attacking peaceful coastal towns, as a strange tower-like structure rises from the icy depths of the ocean. Guide master ninjas Bara and Burū through thirty levels of the mysterious tower and vanquish the evil that dwells within!

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Acid Reflux

Acid Reflux can be compared to the still famous endless runner games, but here we have got a “street” and a car. Responsible for this game are furrtek and robotwo. Interesting to mention: The game contains procedural music, varying from very annoying to surprisingly melodic

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3D City

3D City is a simple “shoot ’em up” video game originally programmed by StevePro Studios in New Zealand, January 1988. The game was written using BASIC programming language built on the Sega SC-3000. Inspired from previous posts on Sega console programming and z88dk programming setup, 3D City was the impetus to build an 8-bit video game in C / Z80 [&hellip

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The Bouncing Ball

Guide your bouncing balls around obstacles or try to avoid them at all. There are really plenty of levels, which makes this game outstanding. Coded by HuCABBAGE for GB Jam

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Gekioko PunPun Maru

Gekioko PunPun Maru feels a bit like Mario Bros, but seems to be a bit more difficult

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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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The mission in SurviballDS is rather easy; walk around and avoid the moving and jumping balls

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