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Fever_Discordia: OK an golden oldie for yas
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InfraSuperman: Thing on a Spring
Yeah, yeah!
know to me as one of Zzap64!'s border scribbles as much as anything else!
Your go
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Fever_Discordia: Yeah, yeah!
know to me as one of Zzap64!'s border scribbles as much as anything else!
Your go
It came to my attention mostly thanks to Press Play On Tape's awesome cover version of the theme song.

Here's the next one. (Accidentally in French)
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Fever_Discordia: Yeah, yeah!
know to me as one of Zzap64!'s border scribbles as much as anything else!
Your go
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InfraSuperman: It came to my attention mostly thanks to Press Play On Tape's awesome cover version of the theme song.

Here's the next one. (Accidentally in French)
evoland?
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Zacron: evoland?
No, this is an actual Gameboy title.
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Zacron: evoland?
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InfraSuperman: No, this is an actual Gameboy title.
Can't be - too much black & white, too little green.
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InfraSuperman: No, this is an actual Gameboy title.
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kalirion: Can't be - too much black & white, too little green.
Emulated, presumably...
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kalirion: Can't be - too much black & white, too little green.
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Austrobogulator: Emulated, presumably...
It's just not the same without the urine palette.

Anyway, I think that's the Gameboy version of John Romero's Daikatana, which I've heard is a lot better than the original game.
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Austrobogulator: Emulated, presumably...
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Exoanthrope: It's just not the same without the urine palette.

Anyway, I think that's the Gameboy version of John Romero's Daikatana, which I've heard is a lot better than the original game.
It isn't that - that game was for GBC. Also, it is better :P
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Exoanthrope: It's just not the same without the urine palette.

Anyway, I think that's the Gameboy version of John Romero's Daikatana, which I've heard is a lot better than the original game.
This is correct. Daikatana, reimagined as a Zelda-clone for the Gameboy Color. That picture is only black & white because it's a flashback at the beginning of the game. (See the first attached picture for a more "normal" screen)
It is indeed a much more solidly made game than the original and quite fun.

I actually used the emulator "bgb", which comes with a variety of different color palettes for monochrome Gameboy titles, a lot of which try to evoke the genuine GB feeling (see the other two pictures for examples).

Anyway, it's your turn now.
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Post edited 2 days ago by InfraSuperman
I actually wasn't too sure about that one, I only remember watching a review of the Gameboy version of Daikatana.

New game. Another for the Gameboy, with filter overdose.

Edit: would help if I picked the right file...
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Exoanthrope: I actually wasn't too sure about that one, I only remember watching a review of the Gameboy version of Daikatana.

New game. Another for the Gameboy, with filter overdose.

Edit: would help if I picked the right file...
Spy Vs. Spy 2
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Fever_Discordia: Spy Vs. Spy 2
Not 2, but close enough. There was only 1 Spy Vs. Spy released for the original Gameboy. They were similar, anyway.

I'd say it's your turn.
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Fever_Discordia: Spy Vs. Spy 2
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Exoanthrope: Not 2, but close enough. There was only 1 Spy Vs. Spy released for the original Gameboy. They were similar, anyway.

I'd say it's your turn.
Ah OK the GBC one looks like a compilation of all 3 games plus an extra 'town' location, good value!

Anyways - next!
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Exoanthrope: It's just not the same without the urine palette.

Anyway, I think that's the Gameboy version of John Romero's Daikatana, which I've heard is a lot better than the original game.
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InfraSuperman: This is correct. Daikatana, reimagined as a Zelda-clone for the Gameboy Color. That picture is only black & white because it's a flashback at the beginning of the game. (See the first attached picture for a more "normal" screen)
It is indeed a much more solidly made game than the original and quite fun.

I actually used the emulator "bgb", which comes with a variety of different color palettes for monochrome Gameboy titles, a lot of which try to evoke the genuine GB feeling (see the other two pictures for examples).

Anyway, it's your turn now.
Ah, preeetty sneaky :o