Saturday, November 27, 2010

Bang Bang Busters, New NeoGeo Game.

Not much info on this currently but theres a facebook group here:
and a empty site here:

I guess it's a old Visco prototype being released as a new game.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Spinout reveals Aria from 64DD Zelda.

"For the first time, object_human (previously believed to be "Aria") has been viewed properly with proper animations. I figured out the format through guess and check and pattern finding; it is completely unsupported by OoT's (release) engine - the model contains data of an old format."

"This model also most commonly known as the fan-given name "Aria" is a NPC dating back from the first developmental period of Zelda64 when it was still being developed for the 64DD. Not much information is really known about this girl. From Nintendo Power's first pictures of Zelda64 to its change over to Ocarina of Time there has been NO MENTION of this NPC's name, role in the game, except that she appears in a screenshot at the mythical Zola Lake infront of a house. According the text under the screenshot showing 3 different girls, it is shown that they were NPC's with a similar design that needed help with something, as like a side quest or gave information to help link further his quest. "

More info:

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Partner N64 Debugger/Environment Released.

2 discs released containing the debugger/environment for the obscure N64 devcart Partner n64.

Released by Drx over at hidden palace (57meg):
User guide:

Swamp Thing Prototype Released (Gen/MD).

"Matt and I have been waiting quite some time for SegaAge to open up, and I really have to say that it's off to an amazing start. There are other Sega communities around, and while they offer some fantastic things, I really want to help set this place apart from any other Sega community. We already have a killer database and collection tool, and I'm sure an Ezine isn't far away, but this will also be the only place where you'll be able to download free ROM dumps from Unreleased Sega games that Matt and I own."


Monday, November 8, 2010

Z80 Based Laptop.

"A Z80 laptop? Why not :) I had reduced the size of my ongoing Z80 project down to something more wieldy by using CPLD chips, but it was still a bit too bulky to fit into an acceptably sized case. The next step was to look into FPGAs and see where they could take it. One thing led to another and I ended up building a self contained post modern home computer laptop.. thing."


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

A Picture from the Swedish Craigslist.

Well since theres no news I guess i'll post this instead , it's from some guy who bought a house and it was filled with all this computer junk! and now he wants to give it away to somebody cause recycling all that will cost alot :).