OpenBOR v3.0 Build 6175 (PSP misc Port)

OpenBOR (Open Beats of Rage) is an open source engine to play Beats of Rage. Beats of Rage is a freeware open source video game and modifiable game engine made by Senile Team and inspired by Sega’s classic Streets of Rage series. The term “modifiable” means that the program allows users to create their own content, and thus their own beat-’em-up game, which is then called a “mod”.

Changes:

– Update LICENSE
– Remove period date.

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OpenBOR v3.0 Build 6175 (Wii misc Port)

OpenBOR (Open Beats of Rage) is an open source engine to play Beats of Rage. Beats of Rage is a freeware open source video game and modifiable game engine made by Senile Team and inspired by Sega’s classic Streets of Rage series. The term “modifiable” means that the program allows users to create their own content, and thus their own beat-’em-up game, which is then called a “mod”.

Changes:

– Update LICENSE
– Remove period date.

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Realms of Idle v0.2.4601 (Android Game)

Realms of Idle is a strategy game for Android by ilMare Games.

Release notes:

– bugfixes

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Video: NES Programming #28 – Loading Tiled Map Data (NES misc)

Michael Chiaramonte shows us more NES Programming.

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In this episode I work on loading the JSON data exported from tiled in the asset tool in C using the JSMN C parser for JSON. This allows us to take the data and use it to load the map and re-export it for the NES. Eventually we may build a built-in tiled editor, but in the interest of saving some time, we’ll use tiled for now.

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Retro Asylum #185 (misc)

Retro Asylum #185 is here!

Content:

Paul, Chris and Steve are joined by Craig Turner and Alex Crowley to wrap up the awesome Revival 2018 weekend. An amazing time was had by all of us through the joy of gaming and the guests, arcades, micros and friends who we spent time with. Thanks to everyone who came along and to Craig and his team for putting on the best UK retro event ever!

For information on Revival Retro Events check out their Facebook page: https://en-gb.facebook.com/RevivalRetroEvents/ and on Twitter @revivalevents

Alex and his great gaming videos and game room tours are on his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaD33Qv_9UICqsW1aYKxRAA and on Twitter @NintendoArcade

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The Retro League Podcast – Episode 437 – Stationary Sonic and the Return of Pogs (misc)

The Retro League Podcast features discussion about the latest retro gaming news, re-releases, community developments and reviews of our favorite games.

This week:

This week we wonder how many ‘Johny Turbo’s there are, but we know exactly what percentage of people who will get the upcoming FF7 HD remake have played the original. We’re video game hipsters because we haven’t played the most popular games on a lot of retro systems, and classic Mega Man is coming to Nintendo’s latest system. We don’t understand the popularity of Pogs or how you would put them in an augmented reality cell phone game in this episode of the Retro League.

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The Retro League Podcast – Episode 436 – Let’s Podcasting (misc)

The Retro League Podcast features discussion about the latest retro gaming news, re-releases, community developments and reviews of our favorite games.

This week:

This week we’re not insulting Prince Harry, and we warn against eating 13-year old honey mustard. Computers are randomly making Mario and Doom levels while we enjoy our relaxing RPG town music playlists. If the return of the mythical NES Classic Mini wasn’t good enough for you Japan is getting an anime-themed one and we’re also getting a tiny, strangely-colored Neo Geo that doesn’t come with a power cord. We’re putting on our wizard hats and swimming away from bigger fish in this episode of the Retro League.

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The Retro Hour EP123 – Activision: The Inside Story (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

Pitfall! creator David Crane gives us the inside story on Activision – the world’s first third-party games developer.

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The Retro Hour EP122 – Pac-Man Fever (misc)

The Retro Hour is your weekly dose of retro gaming and technology news, views and interviews from the UK.

Content:

We talk to Jerry Buckner about the classic video game song Pac-Man Fever, working with Disney on Wreck-It Ralph and the early arcade scene.

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Bomb The Pentominos v1.14.2 (Android Game)

Bomb The Pentominos is an Android puzzle game by Belldin Games. The game itself is ad-supported.

The goal of the game is to fit the Pentominos and Tetrominos in a way that they make full rows, which when is full, will be deleted and gives space for more pieces. Full rows also is the only way of scoring in the game.

The challenge is that the game also will go faster after some time and also after each 10 filled rows, which makes it real hard to survive at some speed. The way of scoring big is to build holes for one single piece that makes 4 full rows, but waiting for the right piece to make that gasp filled, may also fill up the board quick.

Game ends when there isn’t place for more pieces.

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