MUGEN

mugen12

>M.U.G.E.N (also known simply as MUGEN) is a freeware 2D fighting game engine designed by Elecbyte[citation needed]. Content is created by the community, and thousands of fighters, both original and from popular fiction, have been created. It is written in C and originally used the Allegro library. The latest versions of the engine now use the SDL library.

Continue reading “MUGEN”

Vulkaiser

>Sort of Mazinger-Z Robot, the video game developed by Takuhama of Dark New World Software may be considered a

0000

Ban Presto’s Mazinger-Z light clone.
It’s worth to get it and play for all nostalgic from coin-op and the mecha-anime series of 70’s and 80’s .

Continue reading “Vulkaiser”

Steel Strider

ss06

>Middle of the 21st century, galactic civilization was able to escape the turmoil at last.On the other hand, large-scale crime increases, various disputes was followed.The armed underground groups have enough power to rival the army, so you can not compete in terms of equipment with the the police, so rebels had a dilemma that can not be addressed in terms of flexibility.

Continue reading “Steel Strider”

BENEATH A STEEL SKY REMAKE

bigscummvm_2_5_0

Beneath a Steel Sky is a 1994 cyberpunk science-fiction point-and-click adventure game developed by Revolution Software and published by Virgin Interactive for MS-DOS and Amiga home computers. Set in a dystopian future, the player assumes the role of Robert Foster. As a child, he was stranded in a wasteland known as “the Gap” and adopted by a group of local Aboriginals, gradually adjusting to his life in the wilderness. After many years, armed security officers arrive, killing the locals and taking Robert back to Union City. He escapes and soon uncovers the corruption which lies at the heart of society.

Continue reading “BENEATH A STEEL SKY REMAKE”

IMPOSSIBLE MISSION REMAKE

imp3d

>Impossible Mission is a platform computer game for several home computers. The original version for the Commodore 64 was programmed by Dennis Caswell and published by Epyx in 1984.

Continue reading “IMPOSSIBLE MISSION REMAKE”

%d bloggers like this: