Super moon means we get a new level on Tartarus tomorrow?
This is an iPhone app from Hudson based on their physical controller from the NES era. It also is a video game that makes you better at playing video games.
This purports to be a helpful companion to Brain Age, and promotes visual acuity that helps you in sports and other daily activities that no one does. What I like about it is that it is a video game that trains you to be better at playing video games.
Sorry I have not posted in awhile. I have pretty much been stuck in this world. I am only 4 bosses away form the ending though. I probably will not bother with all the side quests.
Don’t start reading A Wizard of Earthsea while you play this unless you read quickly, because the worlds have started to bleed for me, but maybe I spent too long at Swinedimples.
A few of the early Kunio games for the NES werelocalized for the North American market. These include Renegade, River City Ransom, Super Dodge Ball, Crash ‘n the Boys: Street Challengeand Nintendo World Cup, which were heavily “Americanized” versions of the Kunio-kun games. Technōs Japan has released over twenty Kunio-kun titles for the Famicom, Game Boy, and Super Famicom in Japan.
I got one of these beasts yesterday at a garage sale for cheap. I haven’t been able to get the cd to work yet. The light comes on, but the disc does not spin and the BIOS screen freezes at the earth with no music and no logo. When I have time, I plan to take it apart and clean everything to see if that makes a difference. It was still an incredible deal for the 32X and the copy of Star Wars arcade alone. Anyone had a similar problem with their Sega CD?
Turns out the power cord for the CD was bad. Replaced that and the whole thing works perfectly.
After watching that Game Center CX interview with the guy who created Pokemon, I wanted to play some of his other games he mentioned. This game is so much fun. It is like concentration: the action puzzler. It says by Hudson Soft in this video, but really they just distributed it. It was distributed by Namco in Japan, but developed by GameFreak in 1989.