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Category Archives: Homebrew / Indie Game Reviews
My first thoughts looking at Xeno Crisis was that it seems like a throwback to the 90s arcade scene; with inspiration from classics like Smash TV and Alien Syndrome… which was okay but nothing we haven’t seen before with retro-style … Continue reading
Every year I get the new 8-Bit Xmas cartridge, which is a fully lighted up Xmas card complete with a new NES homebrew game. This year the game is an awesome little single screen platformer where you control presents trying … Continue reading
Ghost Blade on the Sega Dreamcast is a Vertical Style Shoot ’em Up aka Shmup published by Hucast Games. Is this just another cookie cutter homebrew game or does this stand out about the rest?
This homebrew is Atlantean, an arcade Defender-style game released on a HuCard, or AbCard as Aetherbyte calls it. How does this game stack up to the other homebrews released this year?
Going back with a new twist on a classic intro montage from over 5 years ago, the OCD Collector returns during the intro of this video! Fruit’Y is an extremely affordable Sega Dreamcast Homebrew game recently released. Is it worth … Continue reading
The Rise of Amondus was released in late June 2015 by Sly Dog Studios and is the prequel to the critically acclaimed NES game The Mad Wizard. The story follows the evil summoner Amondus who is attempting to take over the … Continue reading