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VGS Homebrew on the Horizon:

Whereas the purpose of the VGS Homebrew Almanac is to keep an up-to-date list of cartridge homebrew releases that are currently available or whose production runs have ended, this list will provide an up-to-date list of cartridge homebrew releases within sight to one degree or another.

Part I of this list will include live pre-orders, either through the developer’s website or a crowdfunding page such as Kickstarter or Indiegogo.

Part II of this list will only include homebrew games that previously had pre-orders open, but which are now closed (e.g. a crowdfunding campaign has ended and no further pre-orders are being taken). This section will serve as a sort of limbo for games that will be available soon and will therefore soon be moved to the Homebrew Almanac. Completed roms for games where the developer is planning or considering a physical cart run will also be found here.

Part III of this list will be devoted to homebrew projects that developers have announced are in the works, but which are not yet available for pre-order, though demos may have been released to whet our appetites. The line between which projects have been abandoned and which retain a glimmer of hope is a fuzzy one, so developers please pm me if you wish to be added/removed.

Part IV is dedicated to the memory of homebrew projects which, as far as I can tell, have been abandoned. This may be because the developer has gone dormant on this project or in general, or a developer had a page for this game that has since vanished. May they one day be resurrected.

Links will be to a game’s individual page, development blog, VGS thread, Twitter account, or some combination thereof to provide the community with the best possible access to news. But if developers would like me to link elsewhere, please tell me.

*The usual disclaimer, I am sure that there are mistakes and games that slipped my attention in what follows. Feel free to point them out or inform us all of a change in a game's status. If you are the creator of a game and you would like to have your work included at a set date/time, please feel free to send me a pm

Part I: Homebrew Available for Pre-Order

NES/Famicom Available for Pre-Order:

-8bit Music Power $55 CIB Link

-8bit Music Power Final $55 CIB Link

-The Adventures of Panzer CAD$80 CIB Link

-Alwa's Awakening $60 CIB Link

-Anguna: Scourge of the Goblin King $60 CIB Link

-Blazing Rangers 55 CIB Link

-Choumiryou-Party (FC) ¥9000 CIB Link

-Dungeons & Doomknights $48 CIB Link

-Full Quiet $60 CIB Link

-Ghoul Grind: Night of the Necromancer $55 CIB Link

-Kira Kira Star Night DX $55 CIB Link

-KUBO 1 & 2 CIB Link

-Ooze Redux $50 CIB Link

-Orange Island £100 CIB Link

-Reknum: Fantasy of Dreams C Link

-Roniu's Tale $60 CIB Link

-Soko Banana $60 CIB Link

-Super Bat Puncher Demo (FC) €45 CIB Link

-Tapeworm Disco Puzzle £50 CIB Link

-Temple Dilemma $60 CIB Link

-Turtle Paint $52 CIB Link

-Zdey the Game €50 CIB Link

SNES Available for Pre-Order:

-Chip's Challenge $50 CIB Link

-Eyra - The Crow Maiden $50 CIB Link

Game Boy Available for Pre-Order:

-Digital Monster C$30 C Link

-Digital Retro Park (chiptune) 40 CIB Link

-Doc Cosmos £40 CIB Link

-The First Project €25 C Link

-GB Productivity Suite CA$30 CIB Link

-Gelatinous: Humanity Lost $50 CIB Link

-Genesis $45 CIB Link

-How did I get here? £50 CIB Link

-Infinity CA$90 CIB Link

-Living Electronics (chiptune) €30 C Link

-Pine Creek $60 CIB Link

-Planet Hop £50 CIB Link

-POWA! €50 CIB Link

-The Shapeshifter 2 €49 CIB Link

-Tales of Monsterland £40 CIB Link

-Teenage Gizzard Gameboy Game King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard €35 CIB Link

-The Year After $90 CIB Link

Game Boy Advance Available for Pre-Order:

-Goodboy Galaxy Link

Sega Master System Available for Pre-Order:

 

Genesis/Mega Drive Available for Pre-Order:

-A(...)M(...)96 $169 CIB Link

-Bone Marrow $60 CIB Link

-Chip's Challenge $50 CIB Link

-Demons of Asteborg €60 CIB Link

-Eyra - The Crow Maiden $50 CIB Link

-Irena Genesis Metal Fury €45 CIB Link

-Metal Dragon €55 CIB Link

-Reknum: Fantasy of Dreams €60 CIB Link

Sega Game Gear Available for Pre-Order:

-Heroes Against Demons €59 CIB Link

Turbografx-16 Available for Pre-Order:

-Electronic Lifestyle (chiptune by Remute) €35 C Link

 

Part II: Pre-Orders Closed or Completed But Not Yet Released on Cart

NES/Famicom Pre-Order Closed or Will be Available Soon:

-Action 53, Volume 4: Actually 54 Link

-Gamer Quest (fka Nintendo Quest) Link

-Mystic Searches Link

-Nix: The Paradox Relic Link

-Nova the Squirrel Link

-Saturn Smash Link

-What Remains Link

SNES Pre-Order Closed or Will be Available Soon:

Game Boy Pre-Order Closed or Will be Available Soon:

-Black Castle Link

Game Boy Advance Pre-Order Closed or Will be Available Soon:

 

Sega Master System Pre-Order Closed or Will be Available Soon:

Genesis/Mega Drive Pre-Order Closed or Will be Available Soon:

-Jessie Jaeger in Cleopatra's Curse Link

-Paprium $169 CIB Link 

-Phantom Gear $50 CIB Link

 

Part III: Homebrew In-Development

NES/Famicom In-Development:

-Adventures in Cavyverse Link

-Afterworld Deluxe Link

-Alien Isolation Link

-Cityzen Link

-Cobol's Laboratory Link

-Courier

-Depths Link & Link

-Dimension Shift Link & Link

-Diversion Link

-The Excitables Link

-Fie (chiptune by Zi) Link

-Force Bot Link

-Former Dawn Link

-Gulpy Link

-Gypsum and the Travelers Link

-Halcyon Link & Link

-Hamburgers En Route to Switzerland Link

-The Inversion Project Link

-Jester Link

-Janus Link

-The Last Tower Link

-Level Zero (chiptune by Zi) Link

-Light from Within Link

-The Meating Link

-Moon Fest (FC)

-Nessy!! The NES Robot Link

-"Project Borscht" (a Frankengraphics tale) Link

-"Project Sword" (a Tolbert tale) Link

-Retro Artists of the Future, Vol 1. (chiptune compilation)

-Retro Space Championship Link

-Rumblefest '89 Link

-Sam’s Journey Link

-Saru★Kani Panic Link

-Save the Leopard Cats! (FC)

-The Shapeshifter 1 & 2 Link

-Shera and the 40 Thieves Link

-Slow Mole Link

-Space Soviets Link

-Super Hiking League Link

-Super Tilt Bros. Link

-Swords & Runes 2

-Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death Link

-The Tenth Knight Link

-Touhou Rououmu (FC) Link

-Unicorn

-UNO

-Vice: Magic City Mayhem Link

-The White Room Link

-Witch N' Wiz Link

-Yeah Yeah Beebiss II

-(untitled Chinese New Year game) (ITG-Soft) (FC)

-(untitled chiptune album by Electric Dragon) (FC) Link

-(untitled RPG) (in association with Amaweks) Link

SNES In-Development:

-Biz-Billes Link

-Danmaku Link

-Justice Beaver – The Great Timber Tantrum Link

-Nova the Squirrel 2 Link

-Super Paw-n

Game Boy In-Development:

-4000AD (chiptune by PROTODOME) Link

-Busty Bunny: The Bounty Babe Link

-Coria and the Sunken City Link

-Digital Monster Link

-Green Cube Link

-Gun Ship Link

-Pet the Dog Link

-Postal Pete Link

-The Third Shift Link

-(untitled Tronimal chiptune) Link

Game Boy Advance In-Development:

 

Sega Master System In-Development:

 

Genesis/Mega Drive In-Development:

-Affinity:Sorrow Link

-The Alexandra Project Link & Link

-Alice Sisters Link

-Apeel’s Court Link & Link

-Arapuca Link

-Aratu Brothers + Shaolin Carcará Link

-ASAP PLZ Link

-Bio Evil Link

-Bite the Bullet: First Course Link

-Crypt of Dracula Link

-The Cursed Knight Link

-Dreams Link

-Ellenica: Dusk of the Gods Link

-HorgiHugh Link

-Insane Pain Link

-Journey to Oblivion Link

-Lethal Wedding Link

-Mega Box Reloaded

-Mega Darkula Link

-Perlin & Pinpin Link

-Shrine Maiden Shizuka Link

-Space Madness Link

-Thunder Paw Link

-Verge World: Icarus Rising Link

-YM2020 (chiptune) Link

-ZPF Link

 

Part IV: Homebrew Purgatorio

NES/Famicom In-Development:

-Almost Hero 2 Link

-Balls and Booty Link

-The Banketh Link

-Bleu Bleu Link

-Copper Jacket Link

-Cotton & Candy Link

-Deal or No Deal

-Epicade

-Family Vacation

-Gatsby

-The Gift of Discernment (aka Isometric Horror Game) Link & Link

-High Noon Knockout

-In Cod We Trust

-Isolation Link

-Isshokuta Link

-Knil Link

-Malasombra Link

-NOFX Cover Cart Link

-Project P Link

-Rival Swarms

-Saturday Man Link

-Space Beats

-Super Smash Bros. NES Link

-The Sword of Ianna Link

-Transamnia Link

-The Wizard: Story Unknown Link

-You Only Live Thrice

-(untitled game by iamerror) Link

-(untitled game by Punch) Link

SNES In-Development:

-Dorven Digger Link

Game Boy In-Development:

-Frog Knight Link

-Last Crown Warriors Link

Game Boy Advance In-Development:

Sega Master System In-Development:

-DARC Link

-Dead Gunner Link

-Lain vs. the Castle of Evil Link

-Lost Raider Link

Genesis/Mega Drive In-Development:

-Chant Link

-The Chaos Citadel Link

-Field of Nightmares

-Kung Fu UFO Link

-Magot Link

-The Shifting Catacombs Link

-The Viking and the Ninja Link & Link

-Wanted Link

-We Got Dungeons Link

 

Part V: Malebolge

 

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Homebrew Team · Posted

EDIT CORNER: I've created distinct categories for in-development games and in-development games that may have been abandoned that I know are out there but which haven't reported updates in so long I decided they merited their own list. Some games have not seen an update in awhile but are treated as in regular development, partly because the brewers working on them are here on VGS and maybe this will poke them enough for an update.

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34 minutes ago, Fleck586 said:

What's the latest on Saturdayman? I pretty much wrote that one off

I haven't heard anything since they released their demo earlier this year. But It's interesting how they released a "thumbnail" of the game that is most of a cart label, essentially telling people to make demo carts to tide themselves over while they wait.

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Homebrew Team · Posted
8 minutes ago, CMR said:

Ha ha ha, Paprium.

Pretty sure it is at a point where we can start using "Paprium" as an adjective to describe projects that end up like it.  As in, did you hear the Atari VCS pulled a Paprium.  

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17 hours ago, Scrobins said:

Got it, I’ll move it up to section two since it’s completed. I need to follow up with @SNESNESCUBE64 about a limited cart run.

I haven't forgotten about it, life has been very very busy for me between work and finishing up school, so I haven't had much time to make copies of the game. Some more will be made, I just don't know when. If someone else wants to do it and work with vectrex28, that's up to them, but right now I am incapable of dedicating time to this project.

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I haven't really talked about our project much around but it's coming along so might as well add it to the list I guess.

Dimension Shift started out as a nesmaker project I created in order to learn some Assembly, but has since evolved into something..... larger.

 

It's a platformer mostly influenced by shatterhand in design... well, pictures speak for themselves.

the game WILL get finished and released through some way. How? I have no idea yet.

 

 

 

 

 

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@Mugi Looks great and I have been following your updates on twitter.  I agree it should be released.   If you don't want to take on the self-publishing yourself, there are several people who do publishing.  Including, 6502 Collective (Solegoose + Tim from Retrotainment), InfiniteNES Lives, RetroUSB, and others)

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I have had talks with few people "from the industry" but honestly, the game is not far enough yet to think about cartridge production etc.

We're going to take our time to ensure that the game is finished and functional before releasing it in any medium.

This is afterall the first NES programming project both me and FIX94 (the other developer of the game) are making and quite simply, we just dont wanna say things and then

get stuck in the endless loops of issues and delays 😛

it's done when it's done™ and then we talk cartridges.

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1 hour ago, SNESNESCUBE64 said:

I haven't forgotten about it, life has been very very busy for me between work and finishing up school, so I haven't had much time to make copies of the game. Some more will be made, I just don't know when. If someone else wants to do it and work with vectrex28, that's up to them, but right now I am incapable of dedicating time to this project.

Absolutely, I did not intend that to rush you! Just wanted to touch base and confirm all the info I had while I built this list.

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Wading in here to mention my own Nesmaker project which is currently in development "Space Raft". An Nes game based on my dumb rock band. I just finished a new working demo, which you can be download directly here, or through my thread in the Nesmaker forums... 

This is my very first attempt at any game dev and am receiving some great help from the nesmaker community when it comes to coding, but the music and assets were all created by me specifically for this project. 

http://nesmakers.com/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=2867

 

My eventual plan is to simply release the ROM for free on our record labels website and do a limited run of pre order only carts.. 

 

I hope this is an appropriate use of this thread, not trying to advertise necessarily, but would like to be more active in the Nes homebrew community since I am so endlessly inspired by what I see here. 

 

Xoxo Cheers!

Raft3.0.NES

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16 minutes ago, Raftronaut said:

Wading in here to mention my own Nesmaker project which is currently in development "Space Raft". An Nes game based on my dumb rock band. I just finished a new working demo, which you can be download directly here, or through my thread in the Nesmaker forums... 

This is my very first attempt at any game dev and am receiving some great help from the nesmaker community when it comes to coding, but the music and assets were all created by me specifically for this project. 

http://nesmakers.com/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=2867

 

My eventual plan is to simply release the ROM for free on our record labels website and do a limited run of pre order only carts.. 

 

I hope this is an appropriate use of this thread, not trying to advertise necessarily, but would like to be more active in the Nes homebrew community since I am so endlessly inspired by what I see here. 

 

Xoxo Cheers!

Raft3.0.NES 512.02 kB · 0 downloads

As long as you intend a cart run and have pre-orders at some point, you’re good! After that I’ll move you over to the Almanac. In the meantime, promote away and let us know when you’re taking pre-orders! I’ll add you to the list when I get home.

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you might want to remove the nesmaker tag from my project though, it's a bit unfair towards nesmaker to let people assume that stuff implemented into our game can be done with it,

and also degrading towards the programming efforts we have put into the project to tag it as "nesmaker" implying no programming has been done to the game.

this rom is for the most parts completely rewritten the engine that comes bundled with nesmaker by now.

this is a honest "true to the art" homebrew game, no more, no less.

 

I could go into more detail over the fact why the whole categorization is just stupid but this is neither the time or the place for that discussion.

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49 minutes ago, Mugi said:

you might want to remove the nesmaker tag from my project though, it's a bit unfair towards nesmaker to let people assume that stuff implemented into our game can be done with it,

and also degrading towards the programming efforts we have put into the project to tag it as "nesmaker" implying no programming has been done to the game.

this rom is for the most parts completely rewritten the engine that comes bundled with nesmaker by now.

this is a honest "true to the art" homebrew game, no more, no less.

 

I could go into more detail over the fact why the whole categorization is just stupid but this is neither the time or the place for that discussion.

Either way it looks awesome!

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If creators are going to be able to remove associations between their work and NESMaker, a separate category denoting that would be helpful (*Made with NESMaker but label removed at the request of the creator). The list is about information, not judgment calls, and having basic information is helpful. Otherwise, there is not much value in the list as information. One still has to look into any and every project to figure out what it is, if facts are being omitted.

Arguing that something is made with NESMaker but not made with NESMaker is about as useful as someone calling a hack anything other than a hack. Pyronaut is amazing, but it's still a hack, whether or not Optomon would care to see it otherwise (and he wouldn't, from what I can tell).

Give people information and let them decide what to do with it, don't obscure it.

 

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3 minutes ago, SoleGoose said:

A distinction that is not helpful to you doesn't make it unhelpful to others.

You’re pretty much the only one here who really really cares.  Also, the notation “Made with NESMaker but label removed at the request of the creator“ would be ridiculous because the label is still there.

I still haven’t seen you effectively rebut this post from Mr. New8BitHeroes, and I doubt I will:

So, as you know, I've been chronicling this community for a long time. You accurately reference my horrible, clumsy beginnings on the NESdev forums, and you probably know the dozens of folks I profiled through the film...I got to see a LOT of workflows from old school NESdevs and ones that were just getting started. So here's where your analysis gets fuzzy for me, and I think derives (on the part of a lot of people) from confirmation bias, already having decided on the matter, rather than logical assessment.

If someone goes to the Nerdy Nights page, downloads the assembler, one of the screen tools suggested, and copies the body of an ASM example into notepad, and then runs that through an assembler, they're pretty much "executing and running a working rom in 10 seconds". Yet that IS legitimately a first step in creating a homebrew? THAT person gets to be part of the exclusive club? Because that's where a LOT of people started. Nerdy Nights, or with Patater's tutorial scripts, or Pin 8's template, or Mikejmoffitt's template, or the "empty NES project" on the VB Forums...all of those are examples of resources that exist that could, as you said, have someone executing a working rom in about a minute or so, but someone who builds a game with that foundation isn't the subject of this need for categorization. They are "real homebrewers", where as someone who does effectively the same in NESmaker needs to qualify that they did pretty much the same thing, just in a more collected and organized environment. I don't understand that logic. But...I don't consider EITHER people at that point actual "homebrewers" or "game developers". That's not what game development is, homebrew or otherwise.

I also don't think that someone who follows something like Nerdy Nights tutorials to the letter, just copies over the code into their own notepad and runs the compile button, is all that much different from someone who loads in a module into NESmaker. Pretty much the same method of development has taken place at that point. They single difference is with NESmaker, it's in a collected, organized environment, where as with Nerdy Nights, you might be building graphics in Shiru's tool, and assembling through a batch file, rather than having a built in dedicated graphics tool and a single button push to run the batch file. I'd argue at that point, NEITHER developer is a homebewer, or game developer. They are learners, at best learning how to reskin. Yet the former is how most homebrewers got their start, and in your mind you're probably creating some distinction between those two things. I'm not sure I understand how it's different at that point. But hopefully you agree that at that point, neither is really creating a game. They are both just tinkering. It's safe to say neither are homebrew NES game developers (which I'm presuming is what we really mean when we say "homebrewers").

So then let's jump forward a bit. A person at that level, on each side of the equation. Person A starts to modify the Nerdy Nights scripts and sees the result. Person B starts to modify the code base of the NESmaker modules and sees the result. The difference being Person A is doing it with stray files opened in notepad, while Person B is doing it with organized files, either in notepad or in the script editor that come inside NESmaker (to my knowledge, most people on both sides are using something like Notepad++). At that point, what are you arguing is the fundamental difference between the two people? I'm just not seeing the process as much different. They're both working in and learning ASM. They're both making modifications and tweaking and testing in order to gauge results and produce a desired effect in a game being created. At that point, I don't see any fundamental difference in anything except, again, literally the environment where things are organized...but since every developer has different organizational structures, and plenty use things like Git or Mercurial (which they did not build) for higher level organization, I'm not sure that is enough to denote some dramatic difference in process. At that point, whatever level "legitimate homebrewer" one of those individual is, the other has effectively done the same thing. Would you disagree?

So it's the next part that must be what we're actually talking about. Things like memory management. Asset creation. Building a physics engine. Etc. That's the thing that we must be arguing separates a NESmaker user from a "from scratch" homebrewer, since a NESmaker has some predefined scripts that handle these sorts of things, where the homebrewer has to create them. But let's really take a look at that. If a "real homebrewer" needs to figure out how to do object collision detection, and effectively copies and pasts the Mario's Right Nut examples from the NA forums as a starting point, tweaking them to fit within the needs of the game, and a NESmaker user pulls in one of the NESmaker object collision routines as a starting point, tweaking it to fit within the needs of the game...again, what is the fundamental difference between those things? If you pull in one of the NESmaker physics scripts and then alter it to fit your game's needs, versus if you follow along with Michael Chiaramonte's youtube video about creating physics, copy it in as he goes, and then alter it to fit your game's needs, what is the fundamental difference between those things? This is where I'm having a difficult time understanding the argument. Having seen so many peoples' workflow, so many tools they've used to do so many tasks, and having created a game from scratch, rebuilding it's engine 5 times over, I'd like to think I'm pretty well versed into what goes into NES development. And I say this, not as someone just trying to defend NESmaker but from the objective metric I'm using right here in this reply, I'm not sure I understand the fundamental difference for those that are just getting into it. In either case, the developer is looking at examples, tweaking them, futzing around to figure out how things work, making changes to see if they can get desired effects, employing a host of tools and resources they themselves did not create...I guess I'm not sure why having those resources together in one spot is fundamentally different that web crawls through google and forums to collect them all fundamentally alters the process.

Lastly, the conversation really needs to pivot away from "tools" versus "from scratch". As you, and Beau, have already conceded, those who ARE invited to the club, and DON'T need to vocally express their game used the crutch of a pre-built engine as is suggested here, use plenty of tools that ease their development process. As expressed in the response above (to which I still haven't heard a logical counter from anyone), almost all of the homebrewers I met used tools to do a significant portion of the heavy lifting. Let's put all the homebrewers that use famitracker and famitone in a room and give them 48 hours to construct a music engine. Who among them could do it? I'm guessing very few. Because music engines, and all that goes into them, are incredibly difficult and complex. Fortunately, there is no need to spend months diving into that complexity, because there are simple GUI tools that exist that can help a NES developer bypass the chaos that would be writing that engine. They have access to a nice GUI interface that looks like a piano and spreadsheet, they create complex instrument envolopes in seconds. They just point and click their way to a song, setting up tempos and lengths and pattern definitions, and then they spit it out with the click of a button. Literally, I could have a functional song in under a minute, copy the FamiTone scripts into my project, and have it playing back in my NES ROM in the next minute, using a GUI interface to spit out a complex run of data that would've taken most homebrewers months to R&D themselves, if they were even capable at all. But THAT is a part of "real homebrewing". Using a GUI interface that looks like a piano to shave months of development time and knowledge of how sound works on the NES and the endless complexities that go into creating a music engine, and utilizing someone else's thousands of lines of code to make it work...that's acceptable. Change music GUI to input GUI, change FamiTracker to NESmaker, and all the sudden "Well hold on, there is a big difference between from scratch development and using tools!". That's a weak and hypocritical argument. The only people who should be able to say those words are the people who use no pre-existing tools in their development...no pre-existing assemblers, no pre-existing sound tools, no pre-existing graphics tools, no tutorial examples, no project templates, no emulators with debugging features, no cart flashing software, no nametable generators...those are the only people who really have any legitimate case when it comes to arguing "from scratch" versus "tool based" development. There was a time when those tools didn't exist, and homebrewers had to make games the longhand way. What happened? Tools were created to simplify the process. Now homebrewers use them. Generally, what it seems to me is that whatever tools were present when a homebrewer began creating are the ones that person is willing to accept as acceptable...most likely because they themselves used them and don't like the idea of having to categorize themselves as someone who needed the crutch of tools to complete their game. That's that confirmation bias I was talking about. "There is a huge difference between from scratch development and someone who uses tools" seems to be a chosen mantra by a lot of people who make regular use of tools, and always have, as part of their workflow, but they're condescendingly lumping themselves in the "from scratch" club, while saying other tool use is prohibited to receive that proverbial badge. To me, that's...well...mind numbing, I guess.

So if we want to have a conversation on whether or not there is a distinction between from scratch development versus reliance on tools for development, it's a topic worthy of discussion. If we're talking about employing some sort of categorical differentiation, then anyone who uses any tools in development to ease their process are part of that group, with NESmaker just being a multi-pronged tool rather than the single scattered tools that other developers are using. If they start to get defensive about it, the question simply is "Did you create everything for your game from scratch?" If the answer is no, then why doesn't the same logic apply?

Lastly, though, we really have to talk about the people ACTUALLY developing fully fleshed out projects. People working in NESmaker who fall into that category are writing an awful lot of their own code, learning how ASM works, learning how the NES architecture works...if a NESmaker user is learning PPU tricks and how to handle the NMI and how to deconstruct a physics engine and writes 30,000 lines of custom code and code modifications to make his game, and a "from scratch" homebrewer, starting with the Nerdy Nights tutorials, writes 30,000 lines of custom code and code modifications to make his game...what is the practical defining thing that is differentiating those two people? One is doing it in an organized work flow, and one is not? One has resources collected in one place and the other has them scattered around the web? Because that's REALLY what we're talking about.”

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      VGS Homebrew Almanac formerly known as The Currently Available Homebrew Thread:
      The purpose of this thread is to keep an up-to-date list of cartridge homebrew releases that are currently in production for the NES, SNES, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Sega Master System, and Genesis. This list is for those who need their homebrew right now (well, now plus shipping time and something for the tax man).
      For those looking for NES homebrew roms, NESworld is the place to go.
      For those curious what is included in each entry of the Action 53 series, NESdev has a wiki for you.
      Part I of this list will only include currently available physical releases (available that is, from the original producer (I can't watch every eBay auction). Hacks, repros, and re-releases will not be included (but this might be a good place to also flag pirated work so we can call out theft where it happens). This list will include games as well as chiptune carts. Variants can be included where there is a substantive difference in gameplay; limited editions, variants of the physical cart itself, or minor in-game differences will not be distinguished.
      Part II of this list will include defunct homebrew games that are no longer available from their original source but can be found on the secondary market. This section is intended to serve as a reference for collectors new and old who wish to enrich their collections as well as their lives with what was once brewed but alas is brewed no more (at least until Ferris re-posts his fairly exhaustive Aftermarket Price Guide here or on a dedicate site).
      For simplicity’s sake, links will be to a game’s individual page/thread (or as close as possible). 
      *Please note, I am sure that there are mistakes and games that slipped my attention in what follows. Feel free to point them out or inform us all of a change in a game's status. If you are the creator of a game and you would like to have your work included at a set date/time, please feel free to send me a pm. 
      Part I: The Currently Available Homebrew List
      Currently Available NES/Famicom Releases:
      -0-to-X NA Edition $75 CIB Link
      -2 in 1 Geminim/Siamond $27 C Link
      -8Bit Rhythm Land $45 CIB Link
      -8-bit XMAS 2017 $75 C Link
      -8-bit XMAS 2019 $46 C Link
      -8-bit XMAS 2020 $48 C Link
      -Action 53, Volume 2: Double Action 53 $48 CIB Link
      -Action 53 Volume 3: Revenge of the Twins $50 CIB Link
      -Alfonzo's Arctic Adventure $40 CIB Link
      -Almika - The Star Rider Denetsu Gaiden $40 C Link
      -Almost Hero $50 CIB Link
      -Alter Ego €25 CIB Link
      -AO $35 CIB Link
      -Armed for Battle $52 CIB Link
      -Assimilate $35 C Link
      -Basse Def Adventures €31 CIB  Link
      -Bat Lizard Bonanza $30 C PM johnvanderhoe 
      -Battle Kid Dangerous Trap $20 CIB Link
      -Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril $36 C Link
      -Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment $49 CIB Link
      -Beat ‘Em $30 C Link
      -Beerslinger $35 CIB Link
      -Billionaire Banshee $50 CIB Link
      -Black Box Challenge $40 C Link
      -Bovinium Quest $30 CIB Link
      -Candelabra: Estoscerro $60 CIB Link
      -Carpet Shark $50 CIB Link
      -Chumlee's Adventure: The Quest for Pinky $67.50 CIB Link
      -Chunkout 2 $25 C Link
      -City Trouble $35 CIB Link
      -Creepy Brawlers $50 CIB Link
      -Doodle World $55 CIB Link
      -Draiocht $40 CIB Link
      -Dushlan $40 CIB Link
      -Eskimo Bob $30 C Link
      -Exit Loop $30 CIB Link
      -Expedition $75 CIB + Cards Link
      -Eyra-The Crow Maiden $50 CIB Link
      -Family Picross $40 CIB Link
      -Flea! £50 CIB Link
      -Galactic Ascension $45 CIB Link
      -Get'em Gary! $40 CIB Link
      -Gold Guardian Gun Girl (NES) $60 CIB Link
      -Gotta Protectors: Amazon’s Running Diet $40 C Link
      -Haradius Zero (FC) ¥10,000 CIB  Link
      -Haratyler (FC) ¥6,000 CIB Link
      -Haunted: Halloween '85 $60 CIB Link (NES) & $45 C Link (FC)
      -Haunted: Halloween '86 $60 CIB Link (NES) & $45 C Link (FC)
      -HBWC 2012 $45 C Link
      -The Incident: Remastered $60 CIB Link
      -Jet Paco €25 CIB Link
      -Jim Power $55 CIB Link
      -Justice Duel $45 CIB Link
      -Kirakira Star Night DX (FC) $53 CIB Link
      -KUBO 3 $30 C PM dale_coop
      -L’Abbaye des Morts (FC) €45 CIB Link
      -L’Abbaye des Morts (NES) €45 CIB Link
      -Little Medusa $60 CIB Link
      -Lizard (NES) $60 CIB Link; $55 CIB Link; & €45 CIB Link; (FC) €45 CIB Link
      -Log Jammers $50 CIB Link
      -Lucky Penguin $50 CIB Link
      -Machine Cave $40 CIB Link
      -Meteor Swarm $35 C Link
      -Micro Mages €45 CIB Link; (FC) €45 CIB Link
      -Mojonian Tales $48 CIB Link
      -More Glider $35 C Link
      -Multidude $40 CIB Link
      -Mystic Origins $50 CIB Link
      -Mystic Pillars $36 C Link
      -Nebs 'n Debs $48 CIB Link; (FC) €45 CIB Link
      -Neo Heiankyo Alien (FC) $45 CIB Link
      -NES Virus Cleaner $35 CIB Link
      -Nighttime Bastards $47 CIB Link
      -Ninja I & II $49 CIB Link
      -Oof McBrewster $45 CIB Link
      -Pegs $30 C Link
      -Pico Pico (Basse Def Adventures) (FC) ¥3,124 CIB Link
      -Piss the Fish (FC) $60 CIB PM fcgamer
      -Plummet Challenge Game $30 CIB Link
      -Porun-chan no Onigiri Daisuki ¥7,963 CIB Link
      -Power Coloring $35 C Link
      -Project Blue $60 CIB Link & 50 €CIB Link
      -Quadralords $35 C Link
      -Quest Forge - By Order of Kings $40 Link
      -Rainbow Brite: Journey to the Rainbow Land €39,90 CIB Link
      -Rollie $60 CIB Link
      -Sgt. Helmet Training Day €50 CIB Link
      -Sir Abadol €30 CIB Link
      -Snakky $20 CIB Link
      -Solaris $35 C Link
      -Space Raft $60 CIB Link
      -Spirit Impel $70 CIB Link
      -Spook-o'-tron $48 CIB Link
      -Study Hall $33 C Link
      -Super NeSnake 2 $34 C Link
      -Super Painter $40 CIB Link
      -Super Uwol €25 CIB Link
      -Swords and Runes RE $45 CIB Link
      -Swords and Runes III LE $250 CIB Link
      -Swords and Runes III NA $75 CIB Link
      -Troll Burner $20 C Link
      -Trophy $60 CIB Link
      -Twelve Seconds $35 C Link
      -Twin Dragons €45 CIB Link; (FC) €45 CIB Link
      -UXO RE $35 CIB PM Neodolphino
      -Wampus C PM johnvanderhoe &  Link
      -Wart Worm Wingding C PM johnvanderhoe &  Link
      Currently Available NES/Famicom Music Carts:
      -8Bit Music Power Final $33 CIB Link
      -A Hole New World Soundtrack (chiptune) $45 CIB Link (NES) & €40 CIB Link (FC)
      -bitpuritans: 2A03 Puritans RE $50 C Link
      -Creeping it Real $40 CIB Link
      -Famicompo Pico 2014 $50 C Link
      -Famimimidi $200 C Link
      -Mega Ran: RNDM $50 CIB Link
      -Sergio Elisondo: A Winner Is You $35 C Link
      -Zi: Quiet $35 C Link
      -Zi: Silicon Statue $35 C Link
      -Zi: Thornbury $35 C Link
      -Zi: [Welcome to] Eville $35 C Link
      Currently Available SNES/Super Famicom Releases:
      -Fork Parker's Crunch Out $50 CIB Link
      -The Last Super $30 C Link
      -Little Medusa $60 CIB Link
      -Nekotako $72 CIB Link
      -Old Towers $50 CIB Link
      -Quiz Impact Habit's Great Adventure (SFC) ¥10,780 CIB Link
      -Super Sudoku $40 C Link
      -Sydney Hunter & the Caverns of Death $40 CIB Link
      -Yo Yo Shuriken $50 CIB Link
      Currently Available SNES/Super Famicom Music Carts:
      -The Cult of Remute €36 C Link
      Currently Available Game Boy/Game Boy Color Releases:
      -Airaki $15 C Link
      -Another Dracula's Castle ¥4,730 CIB Link
      -Asteroids Chasers €45 CIB Link
      -Bingo Machine ¥3,480 C Link
      -Bonesy $15.27 C Link
      -Cubic Style GB Flash Cartridge with Illustration ¥1,000 C Link
      -Dangan $25 C Link
      -Death Planet $15 C Link
      -Die and Retry $15 C Link
      -Dimeo's Jukebox $69.69 CAD CIB Link
      -Dino's Offline Adventure $15 C Link
      -DMG Deals Damage $15 C Link
      -Dracula’s Castle ¥4,400 CIB Link
      -Dragonborne £40 CIB Link
      -Escape 2042 $30 CIB Link
      -GB Dot Illustration (Quiz Impact Illustration Collection) (GB Color) ¥4,500 C Link
      -GB Dot Illustration (Technos Japan Kon) ¥4,200 C Link
      -GB Dot Illustration (Tomoe Yamane-Game Impact Collaboration) ¥4,000 C Link
      -Ghostly Labyrinth $25 CIB Link
      -Guns & Riders $15 C Link
      -Infinitron $20 CIB Link
      -Into the Blue $25 C Link
      -Leo Legend €25 C Link
      -Lunar Journey €25 C Link
      -Micro Doctor €25 C Link
      -Mona and the Witch's Hat Deluxe $25 C Link
      -Museum on a Cart €69 CB Link
      -Petris $15 C Link
      -Quartet $15 C Link
      -Quest Arrest $35 CIB Link
      -Quiz Impact Habit’s Great Adventure ¥5,550 CIB Link
      -Repair-chan's Repair Daisakusen ¥ 6,380 CIB Link
      -Retroid $20 CIB Link
      -The Retrospekt.com.au Retro Gaming Museum The Game AVCon 2019 $15.27 C Link
      -Saeko-sensei’s Sex Appeal Blackjack ¥5,280 CIB Link
      -The Shapeshifter €49 CIB Link
      -Sheep it Up! $15 C Link
      -Submarine 9 €25 C Link
      -Tobu Tobu Girl Deluxe €49 CIB Link
      -Tower of Hanoi $15 C Link
      -Where is my body? €34 CIB Link
      Currently Available Game Boy Music Carts:
      -ASM 2016 Christmas Card $25 C Link
      -Heebie-GBs 2014 $40 C Link
      -Heebie-GBs 2019 $40 C Link
      Currently Available GBA Releases:
      -HomeBrew GamePack $40 C (?) Link
      -Miko Para ¥4,500 CIB Link
      -Motocross Challenge $40 C (?) Link
      -Powder $35 CIB Link
      -XE GamePack $50 C (?) Link
      Currently Available Sega Master System Releases:
      -Baru Baru €45 CIB Link
      -Flight of Pigarus €50 CIB Link
      -Heroes Against Demons €45 CIB Link
      -Prisonnier 2 €45 CIB Link
      -Voyage-A Sorceress' Vacation €45 CIB Link
      Currently Available Genesis/Mega Drive Releases:
      -16Bit Rhythm Land $60 CIB Link
      -Alien Cat 2 $50 CIB Link
      -Arkagis Revolution $50 CIB Link (Mega Cat) & €45 CIB Link (Broke Studio)
      -Balaio de Jogos (4-in-1) 99.90 R$ CB Link
      -Cannon Fire Chaos $50 CIB Link
      -Coffee Crisis $50 CIB Link
      -The Curse of Illmoore Bay $60 CIB Link
      -Debtor $60 CIB Link
      -Devwill Too $50 CIB Link
      -Escape 2042 $40 CIB Link
      -Fight for Vengeance $60 CIB Link
      -Foxy Land $60 CIB Link
      -Gluf $50 CIB Link
      -Handy Harvy $35 CIB Link
      -Kromasphere YAGAC MD $35 CIB Link
      -L'Abbaye des Morts $45 CIB Link
      -Little Medusa $55 CIB Link
      -Mega Casanova $29 CIB Link
      -Mega Marble World $35 CIB Link
      -Mega Marble World 2 $38 CIB Link
      -Mega Quadro Pong $44.75 CIB Link
      -MegaXmas ’89 $30 C Link
      -Metal Blast 2277 $32 CIB Link
      -Misplaced $50 CIB Link
      -Old Towers $50 CIB Link
      -Papi Commando: Second Blood €45 CIB Link
      -Racer $29 CIB Link
      -Romeow & Julicat $50 CIB Link
      -Smiley & Smiley $29 CIB Link
      -Space Flies Attack $38 CIB Link
      -Super Heavy Duty $35 CIB Link
      -Tanzer $50 CIB Link
      -Tanglewood $50 CIB Link
      -Xeno Crisis £55 CIB Link
      -Xump 2 €24.37 CIB Link & Link
      -Yazzie $50 CIB Link
      Currently Available Genesis/Mega Drive Music Carts:
      -genMDM $80 C Link
      -Mikeyeldey: the album C$18 CIB Link
      -Remute: Technoptimistic €33 Link
       Currently Available Game Gear Releases:
      -Hamburgers En Route to Switzerland $39 C Link
       Currently Available TurboGrafx 16 Releases (HuCARD only):
      -Atlantean $68 CIB Link
       
      Part II: Defunct Homebrew or Sorry But Your Homebrew is in Another Castle
      No Longer Available NES/Famicom Releases:
      -1007 Bolts/Hammers/Gifts
      -8-bit XMAS 2008
      -8-bit XMAS 2009
      -8-bit XMAS 2010
      -8-bit XMAS 2011
      -8-bit XMAS 2012
      -8-bit XMAS 2013
      -8-bit XMAS 2014
      -8-bit XMAS 2015
      -8-bit XMAS 2016
      -8-bit XMAS 2018
      -Action 53, Volume 1: Function 16 Volume One "Streemerz Bundle"
      -Astro Ninja Man (FC)
      -Basic Championship Wrestling
      -Beyond the Pins (The Assembly Line Game Jam 2021)
      -Blade Buster
      -Blow ‘Em Out
      -Bomb Sweeper
      -Box Boy
      -Brandon You're Going to Hell
      -Brilliant Pebbles
      -Bust A Nut: Flight of the Harbinger
      -Candelabra: Estoscerro
      -Commie Killer
      -Commie Killer featuring Jeffrey Wittenhagen
      -Console Killer
      -Convention Quest
      -Cornball Cocksuckers
      -Cowlitz Gamers Adventure
      -Cowlitz Gamers Second Adventure
      -Cross-Strait Independence
      -CTWC 2018: The Archives
      -D+Pad Hero
      -D+Pad Hero 2
      -Dead Tomb
      -Dragon Boat (FC)
      -Dragon Feet
      -Dragon Leap
      -E.T.
      -Enigmacore
      -F-Θ
      -Final Fantasy VII
      -Flappy Bird
      -Frankengraphics Concept Cart
      -Freecell LE
      -From Below
      -Galf
      -Garage Cart
      -Gemventure
      -Germ Squashers
      -Glider
      -Gold Guardian Gun Girl (FC)
      -The Grind
      -Gruniożerca 2
      -Gruniożerca 3
      -HACK*MATCH
      -Halloween Scare Cart 2015
      -Halloween Scare Cart 2016
      -Halloween Scare Cart 2017
      -Halloween Scare Cart 2018
      -Hangman
      -Haradius Zero (NES)
      -Hungry Ghost Night (Gasse version) (FC)
      -Hungry Ghost Night (Wang version) (FC)
      -Ilevan (FC)
      -The Incident
      -Jay & Silent Bob: Mall Brawl
      -Juhannusolumppialaiset 2017
      -Juhannussauna 2016
      -Kevin Power in Concert Carnage
      -Kevin Power in Too Many Games
      -KHAN Games 4-in-1 Retro Gamepak
      -Kira Kira Star Night DX
      -K.Y.F.F.
      -LAN Master
      -Larry and the Long Look for a Luscious Lover
      -Larry and the Long Look for a Luscious Lover: Engagement Edition
      -Lawn Mower
      -Legends of Owlia
      -Mad Wizard
      -The Magnilo Case
      -Midwest Gaming Classic 2011
      -Miles Con 2016
      -Mr. Splash
      -NA Halloween 2009
      -NAGE Hunt
      -Neotoxin
      -NEScape
      -Ninja Slapper
      -Nomolos: Storming the Catsle
      -NyanCat
      -Peace Love Trippy Club (FC)
      -Perfect Pair
      -Perkele
      -Ploid
      -Poronkusema
      -Random Insult Generator
      -RC 2 Rally (FC) Link
      -Rekt
      -Retro Homebrew Championships 2015
      -RetroVision
      -Rick Roll'd
      -Rise of Amondus
      -Rock, Paper, Scissors
      -RSM Cart 2011
      -RSM Cart 2012
      -Scramble
      -Sitten Kitten
      -Slappin' Bitches
      -Sly Dog Studios 3-in-1 2P Pak
      -Sneak ‘n Peek
      -Space Foxes
      -Star Keeper
      -Star Versus
      -Sudoku 2007
      -Super Bat Puncher Demo (NES)
      -Super Russian Roulette
      -T*Gun
      -Tailgate Party
      -Tic Tac XO
      -Tortoises
      -Tower Defense 1990
      -The Tower of Turmoil
      -Turtle Rescue: Unhatched DX
      -Turtle Rescue: Unwrapped
      -Uchūsen
      -Ultimate Frogger Champion
      -Utakata Synopsis (FC)
      -Vegetablets Go (NES & FC)
      -VGBS Gaming Podcast Season 1
      -Zooming Secretary
       No Longer Available NES/Famicom Music Carts:
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      -8Bit Music Power
      -Alex Mauer: Color Caves
      -Alex Mauer: Vegavox
      -Alex Mauer: Vegavox II
      -Alwa's Awakening Soundtrack
      -Anamanaguchi: Dawn Metropolis
      -Anamanaguchi: Endless Fantasy
      -Anamanaguchi: Power Supply
      -animal style: Teletime
      -BEATBOX
      -Chip Maestro (for making music!)
      -Holly Jolly NES Mix
      -Goofy Foot: Power Chiptunes
      -Journey
      -King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard: Polygondwanaland
      -King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard: Polygondwanaland 2nd Release
      -Kreese: PAL Project
      -Midlines
      -MOON8
      -Moonfall: A Legend of Zelda Compilation
      -NESK-1
      -NTRQ
      -Puzzle Boys: Duck Tails
      -RTC: Years Behind
      -Super Synth Drums Cart
      -Zao: Reformat/Reboot
      -Zi: Four
      No Longer Available SNES/Super Famicom Releases:
      -16-bit XMAS 2011
      -16-bit XMAS 2012
      -Frog Feast
      -Kaizou Choujin Shubibinman Zero
      No Longer Available Game Boy Releases:
      -Chunkout
      -Deadeus
      -Flashin'
      -IndestructoTank!
      -Rope & Bombs
      -Super Connard
      -Super Jetpack DX
      -The Warp Coin Catastrophe
      -Windows 93 Adventure
      No Longer Available Game Boy Music Carts:
      -King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Flying Microtonal Banana (Gizzmoix)
      -King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: I’m In Your Mind Fuzz (Gizzmoix)
      -The Mist Toggles: Boneless
      -Nonfinite: Plus/Minus
      -Tronimal: Hello_World!
      No Longer Available GBA Releases:
      -Anguna: Warriors of Virtue
      No Longer Available GBA Music Carts:
      -Be Careful: Anemoia Garden
      -Be Careful: Liminal Cove
      -Doctor Popular: Destroy All Presets
      -Don Aaron: FREEDOM?
      -mingkurray: holographic
      -OasisLtd.: Mixtape #1
      -Startide Realms: ASVMR
      -TUPPERWAVE: To you baby, with love
      No Longer Available Sega Master System Releases:
       -Sydney Hunter & The Sacred Tribe
      No Longer Available Genesis/Mega Drive Releases:
      -16Bit Rhythm Land
      -30 Years of Nintendon't
      -ASCII Wars
      -Barbarian
      -Beach Volley
      -Bomb on Basic City
      -Code Eliminator
      -Diamond Thieves
      -Double Symbol
      -FX Unit Yuki
      -Game Panic II
      -Germ Squashers
      -Griel’s Quest
      -Hangman SG
      -Humiliation Nation
      -Invasion
      -IK+ Deluxe
      -Ivanhoe
      -Megagames Almanac
      -Mega Cheril Perils
      -Miniplanets
      -Papi Commando
      -Pier Solar and the Great Architects
      -Return to Genesis
      -Sacred Line
      -Star J
      -Suprakillminds
      -T*Gun II
      -Uwol Quest for Money
      -War in the Machine
      -Zooming Secretary
       No Longer Available Genesis/Mega Drive Music Carts:
      -Eternalist: A Telefuture Compilation
      -Freezedream: Today
      -Hyperdub: Konsolation (bundled with Analogue Mega Sg)
      -Tanglewood Soundtrack
      -TH4 D34D: Future 2612
      -Ym2017
    • By mail_bag
      2021 Sale Thread
      -E-mail jasonrippard@yahoo.com for questions
      -Buyer pays shipping (unless otherwise stated)
      -Ships to North America Only
      -Prices made based on condition
      -Parting out items considered but not guaranteed.
      -PM for questions/details/bundling
      -If there is a bold line through it... it is sold.
      -All NES games have dust covers. If it has a box, it has a box protector.
      -Virginia has joined a list of other states raising the limit to $600 per year til a 1099 tax form is sent. Sorry for the inconvenience. Alternative payment forms are fine if this is an issue.
      -OVER 150 TRANSACTIONS ON NintendoAge (BUY WITH CONFIDENCE)
       
       
       
       
       
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      8 Eyes
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      Adventures of Dino Riki (I)
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      After Burner
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      Air Fortress
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      Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach
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      Baseball Stars 2 (Box)
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      Bases Loaded
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      Bases Loaded 2: Second Season
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      Bases Loaded 3, Ryne Sandberg Plays
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      Blaster Master
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      Bo Jackson Baseball (IB)
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      Boulder Dash
      1
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      Breakthru
      1
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      Bubble Bobble
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      Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout
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      Bump 'n' Jump
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      Burai Fighter 
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      Caesar's Palace (box)
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      Casino Kid
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      Castle of Dragon (box)
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      Caveman Games (manual)
      0
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      Championship Bowling
      1
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      Cobra Command
      1
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      0
      $20
       
      Cobra Triangle
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Code Name: Viper
      1
      0
      0
      $12
       
      Crystal Mines (blue cart)
      1
      0
      1
      $70
       
      Crystalis
      1
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      0
      $18
       
      Dance Aerobics
      1
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      0
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      Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum
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      Demon Sword
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      Destination Earthstar
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      Dick Tracy
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      0
      0
      $10
       
      Dig Dug II
      1
      1
      0
      $15
       
      Donkey Kong Classics
      1
      0
      0
      $15
       
      Double Dare
      1
      0
      0
      $15
       
      Dragon Power
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Duck Hunt
      1
      1
      1
      $40
       
      Dungeon Magic 
      1
      1
      0
      $20
       
      Excitebike (missing tab)
      1
      0
      1
      $30
       
      Fantasy Zone
      1
      0
      0
      $30
       
      Faxanadu
      1
      1
      0
      $25
       
      Fester's Quest
      1
      1
      0
      $15
       
      Final Fantasy
      1
      0
      0
      $20
       
      Gauntlet
      1
      1
      1
      $25
       
      Gauntlet
      1
      0
      0
      $7
       
      Gauntlet II
      1
      1
      1
      $27
       
      Ghosts 'n Goblins
      1
      0
      0
      $20
       
      Golf (3 screw)
      1
      0
      0
      $5
       
      Golgo 13
      1
      1
      1
      $25
       
      Goonies II, The
      1
      1
      0
      $25
       
      Gotcha! The Sport!
      1
      1
      0
      $10
       
      Gumshoe (unpunched tab)
      1
      1
      1
      $??
       
      Gun.Smoke
      1
      0
      0
      $22
       
      Gyromite (w/ famicom converter)
      1
      1
      0
      $25
       
      Hogan's Alley
      1
      1
      1
      $??
       
      Hoops
      1
      1
      0
      $8
       
      Hunt for Red October, The
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Hydlide
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Ice Hockey 
      1
      1
      0
      $10
       
      Ikari Warriors
      1
      0
      0
      $12
       
      Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
      1
      0
      0
      $15
       
      Infiltrator
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Jeopardy!
      1
      0
      1
      $12
       
      Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary Edition
      1
      0
      0
      $5
       
      John Elway's Quarterback
      1
      1
      0
      $8
       
      Karate Champ
      1
      1
      0
      $10
       
      King's Knight
      1
      1
      0
      $20
       
      Kings of the Beach 
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Kirby's Adventure
      1
      1
      0
      $38
       
      Kung Fu Heroes
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Mad Max
      1
      0
      0
      $15
       
      Magic of Scheherazade
      1
      0
      0
      $15
       
      Millipede
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Milon's Secret Castle
      1
      1
      0
      $15
       
      Mission: Impossible
      1
      1
      1
      $17
       
      Ms. Pac-Man (Tengen)
      1
      1
      0
      $25
       
      Muppet Adventure: Chaos at the Carnival (stains)
      1
      0
      0
      $12
       
      Open Tournament Golf, NES
      1
      0
      1
      $17
       
      ORB 3-D
      1
      1
      0
      $10
       
      Othello
      1
      0
      0
      $5
       
      Pin-Bot
      1
      1
      0
      $8
       
      Pinball
      1
      1
      0
      $5
       
      Play Action Football, NES
      1
      1
      1
      $10
       
      Predator
      1
      1
      0
      $50
       
      Punch-Out!!
      1
      0
      0
      $12
       
      Q*Bert
      1
      1
      0
      $12
       
      R.B.I. Baseball
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Rainbow Islands (box)
      0
      0
      1
      $40
       
      Remote Control
      1
      1
      0
      $12
       
      Rescue Embassy Mission
      1
      0
      0
      $12
       
      Ring King
      1
      0
      0
      $7
       
      Road Runner
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      RoboWarrior
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Rush'n Attack
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Sesame Street HideSpeak
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Shinobi
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Shooting Range (IB)
      0
      1
      1
      $15
       
      Short Order/Eggsplode
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Side Pocket
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Silent Service
      1
      1
      0
      $8
       
      Ski or Die
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Sky Shark
      1
      1
      0
      $10
       
      Slalom
      1
      0
      0
      $7
       
      Smash T.V.
      1
      0
      0
      $15
       
      Soccer
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Solar Jetman - Hunt for the Golden Warpship
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Solstice - The Quest for the Staff of Demnos
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Spy vs. Spy
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Star Voyager
      1
      0
      0
      $5
       
      Stealth ATF
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Stinger
      1
      1
      0
      $25
       
      Super Dodge Ball
      1
      1
      0
      $30
       
      Super Jeopardy!, Talking (Box)
      0
       0
      1
      $10
       
      SMB/Duck Hunt/WCTM (w/ custom box)
      1
      0
      1
      $25
       
      Super Pitfall
      1
      1
      0
      $15
       
      Super Spike V'Ball
      1
      0
      1
      $17
       
      Super Spike V'Ball/WC Soccer (w/custom box)
      1
      0
      1
      $20
       
      Super Team Games
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Tecmo Bowl
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Tecmo World Wrestling
      1
      1
      0
      $15
       
      Tetris 2
      1
      1
      0
      $12
       
      Tiger-Heli
      1
      1
      0
      $10
       
      To The Earth
      1
      1
      1
      $22
       
      Tombs & Treasure (box)
      0
      0
      1
      $40
       
      Top Gun - The Second Mission
      1
      1
      0
      $8
       
      Top Players' Tennis Evert & Lendl
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Total Recall
      1
      1
      0
      $30
       
      Track & Field
      1
      0
      0
      $5
       
      Track & Field II
      1
      1
      0
      $9 
       
      Twin Cobra
      1
      0
      0
      $10
       
      Vegas Dream
      1
      1
      1
      $20
       
      Vindicators
      1
      0
      1
      $20
       
      WCW: World Championship Wrestling
      1
      0
      0
      $12
       
      Wheel of Fortune
      1
      1
      0
      $7
       
      Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition
      1
      0
      0
      $5
       
      Win, Lose or Draw
      1
      1
      0
      $6
       
      Winter Games
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      World Class Track Meet (w/ custom box)
      1
      0
      1
      $15
       
      World Games
      1
      0
      0
      $8
       
      Wrath of the Black Manta
      1
      0
      0
      $8 
       
       
       
      - Retron 3 CIB
      - Retron 5 console CIB (w/ official tote bag)
       
      ******NEW & SEALED - AND - UNPLAYED*******

      NES Aftermarket / Homebrew / Reproductions CIB
      (ENTERTAINING OFFERS!!)

      -Chuck Yeagers Figher Combat (w/ flight pin) $100
      -Fighing Simulator (Good Guy Cover) $90
      -Blow 'Em Out $55
      -Swords and Runes $85
      -Happily Ever After $90
      -War on Wheels $80
      -Hotman $75
      -Flappy $75
      -Shoot Ufo $80
      -Sky Destroyer $80
      -Superman: (Sealed) $80
      -Targa (SNES Aftermarket / Reproduction) $80
       
    • By Scrobins
      Hey everyone, I've launched my blog series A Homebrew Draws Near! It covers new homebrew games coming into existence, discussing their development, gameplay, and most importantly share fun stories from the development team!
      In addition to its place in the blog section of VGS, this thread will share links to each entry as it’s made and provide announcements for newer posts. I hope you enjoy it!
      Episode 1: Project Blue
      Episode 2: KUBO 3
      Episode 3: Anguna Zero
      Episode 4: Trophy
      Episode 5: Rollie
      Episode 6: Jay & Silent Bob: Mall Brawl
      Episode 7: Quest Arrest
      Episode 8: The Assembly Line
      Episode 9: 8-Bit Xmas 2020
      Episode 10: Space Raft
      Episode 11: From Below
      Episode 12: Yeah Yeah Beebiss II
      Episode 13: What Remains
      Episode 14: Doodle World
      Episode 15: The Curse of Illmoore Bay
      Episode 16: Eyra-The Crow Maiden
      Episode 17: Roniu's Tale
      Episode 18: Chumlee's Adventure: The Quest for Pinky
    • By RogerBidon
      Did you notice that all Nintendo systems coming after the N64 have their own version of Super Smash Bros? It is a shame that this (wonderful) experience is not ported to earlier systems!
      Super Tilt Bro. for NES is my humble attempt at filling this void. It adapts this fun and nervous gameplay to the NES and its eight buttons controller.
      You can freely download the ROM, play in a browser or hack the source.
       
      It now has an ONLINE mode! Short story: Wi-Fi chipset in the cart. Long story: here.
      Wishlist the physical release.
      To find an online opponent, join the discord.
      Here is the trailer:
      In this topic there will be different kinds of updates:
      Technical highlights: small articles about technical challenges of developing Super Tilt Bro. and how they are solved. Patch notes: when the game receives an update, details are available right here. News: Less often, I may announce something big (like a new physical edition)
    • By Parisoft
      I ported Locomalito's L'Abbaye des morts for the NES and now it's got a physical release thanks to Broke Studio.
      You have a chance to play it for the 1st time on your console or to play it again with that NES vibe we love.
       
      NES version: https://www.brokestudio.fr/product/labbaye-des-morts-nes/
      FC version: https://www.brokestudio.fr/product/labbaye-des-morts-fc/
       

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