Video: NES Programming #32 – The colors! The colors! (NES misc)

Michael Chiaramonte shows us more NES Programming.

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In this episode I got palette data exporting more or less how I wanted and was able to load meta-tile palettes manually into the PPU to see what they looked like on the emulator. I found that we’ve run into a problem because the screen is only 30 tiles high as opposed to 32 so I need to figure out how I’m going to modify the palette attributes to accommodate. Next time, we’ll work on that and remove some of the fakery involved in getting the palettes loaded into the system. Thanks for watching and see you Thursday!

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Orange Island v2018.05.15 (WIP) (NES Game)

Orange Island is a new NES game in development. The authors already play around getting a nice physical prepared.

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SecondBASIC v2018.05.06 (WIP) (Sega 32x misc)

SecondBASIC is Windows based BASIC compiler targeted for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. Based off of the BEX library created by Joseph Norman, SecondBASIC brings a familiarity to those who are familiar with BEX while adding some additional commands and built in tools to help aid in the development of your projects. Soon with Sega 32x support!

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Spout v1.2 (Android Game Port)

Spout is a small, abstract shooting game from Japanese developer kuni. EXL‘s port of Spout for Android uses rendering the video context of the game to textures, which are displayed using OpenGL ES. There are added touch control and some game engine improvements.

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AstroSmash v1.2 (Android Game Port)

EXL ported AstroSmash from Java ME (J2ME) MIDlet to Android using SurfaceView Canvas drawing. He added touch controls and game engine improvements. A JAVA decompiler has been used to understand the game logic and guarantee original game behavior.

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Video: NES Programming #31 – Properly loading metatiles from the map (NES misc)

Michael Chiaramonte shows us more NES Programming.

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In this stream, I worked on getting the map scrolling in the asset tool and then loading the metatiles from the map JSON metadata, instead of hard-coding the loading of PNGs at the start of the asset tool. This has put us in a good spot for Tuesday of next week when we work on loading the palettes for these metatiles so that they look right on the NES. Thanks for watching!

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Snooder 21 v1.2 (Android Game)

Snooder 21 by EXL is remake of very popular Motorola’s standard card game: Snood™ 21 for Android. It’s a card game.

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Ken’s Labyrinth v1.2 (Android Game Port)

Ken’s Labyrinth is a first-person shooter DOS game, released in 1993 by Epic MegaGames (now called Epic Games). It was mostly coded by Ken Silverman, who went on to design the Build engine that was used for rendering a first-person viewpoint in Apogee Software’s Duke Nukem 3D. It consists of three episodes, the first of which was released as shareware. [Text from Wikipedia]

This is EXL‘s port of Ken’s Labyrinth for Android using SDL2 library and rendering the video context of the game with using OpenGL ES. Added touch controls along with minor game engine improvements.

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Adamant Armor Affection Adventure v1.1 (Android Game)

Adamant Armor Affection Adventure is a single player stealth action game initially made by quasist and Don Miguel. EXL picked up their work and made a fancy Android release, which should be not missed. This game is also known from the Korean Caanoo console so it’s great it’s getting another life and boost on Android devices.

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Gish v1.2 (Android Game Port)

Russian developer EXL ported Gish to Android using SDL2, OpenAL, Ogg Vorbis and GL4ES libraries. The original game is made by Cryptic Sea and can be bought from Steam. You will need the games data files to get the Android version run, which would cost your 9.99 EUR right now.

Gish isn’t your average hero. In fact, he’s not your average anything…you see, Gish is a ball of tar. A Sunday stroll with his lady friend, Brea, goes awry when a shadowy figure emerges from an open manhole and pulls Brea below ground. Following Brea’s calls for help, Gish suddenly finds himself in the subterranean sewers of Dross, a long forgotten city filled with twisting corridors, evil traps, and some of the most demented creatures imaginable.

With his gelatinous structure as his only means of defense, Gish must follow the echoing cries of his damsel in distress deep within the earth below. What freakish creatures dwell in this subterranean land? Who is Brea’s captor? And just how far down does the rabbit hole go?

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