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  1. Yeah, this is Just a Dev copy I made for the team. Dispensary 33 owns the rom file, unfortunately I don't have any info if they plan on making cartridges.
  2. Waldos Forever is a short NES game commissioned by Chicago's Dispensary 33. It's a single button jump'n'bump platformer where the objective is to raise the score the 420 by collecting D33 tokens. It features a host of cameos by Chicago performers involved in previous 4/20 Waldos Fest, an annual block party hosted by D33 in Chicago. The game was produced by Chicago's White Mystery band and Developed by Myself, with programming handled by@dale_coop, and some additional photoshop/Nesst wizardry from @Mugi. Music was handled by Chicago's Spun Out Productions, their first chiptune project (they're interested in more if any developers like what they hear) they did a knockout job while I focused on character animations, background graphics, and level design. WALDOS FOREVER The Game should be live on their website starting on 4/16. They'll be hosting it via emulator on their website which should also work on most Mobile phones since it is only a one button game. I believe they'll also be hosting the ROM file as well. Plans for cartridge release is not up to me, but they currently plan on doing some sort of contest giveaway of 25 carts open to local customers. I can update those details as they come for anyone who might be interested. This is now my 2nd game released and was another great opportunity to collaborate with people. I've been focused on Asset creation for other developers since finishing Space Raft NES, it's nice to be able to circle back around for a quick project and apply what I've learned. So hope some of you enjoy, and Happy 4/20.. lol
  3. Thanks again for this. I finally got around to implementing it on my powerpak and the rom works now.
  4. Fun Project! I Look forward to seeing what you come up with GOOD LUCK!
  5. Hmmm, I thought I had that one working... I'll have to do some more research. I still haven't figured out all my power mapper situation fully. thanks for the letting me know, helps put me on the right path
  6. I haven't been able to get this boot on my powerpak yet. Which mapper does this use? I might have to update my powerpak mapper support. or just settle for an emulator
  7. Just stopping by to mention that Space Raft is now available as a Rom bundle on Itch.io along with Doodle World, Nix, and Flea! https://itch.io/b/802/8-bit-homebrew-bundle
  8. I am positive the developer has more physical copies available, I believe he just needs to set up his mail order storefront yet.
  9. Awesome! I'm so glad they were received in good shape!
  10. Ah, Actually I am not sure if Pit plans to continue work on this game, I think he is also working on a gameboy version as well. As far as defines, I guess I was just curious to see all the homebrew games that were physically released in 2020. Seems like quite a few this year
  11. @Scrobins I just remembered that Ramen Adventure ROM was released by Pit Baldriz earlier this year. It says it's still a demo, but I did sound on it and thought PIT said he was finished with it. Can be found here: http://pedrobaldriz.com/ramen-adventure-nes-game/ Secondly, how hard would it be to put a "This year in homebrew" list together for 2020? It might be fun to see a year end list
  12. Hey Congrats! Nice work! Mine is still at 86,580
  13. That is good feedback. I'll revisit this on the site in a week or so once the dust settles on my kickstarter shipments. All the little hamsters in my head are all hands on deck until I can get over that first USPS drop off.....lol I've been building boxes, labeling carts, and packing orders in the evenings for the past couple of weeks. I think I may take an actual day off when all of this is done with...haha. Thanks duder
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