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Reply #15 - 16. May 2007 at 22:46
 
albailey wrote on 16. May 2007 at 14:17:
NESaholic wrote on 16. May 2007 at 11:52:
Seriously, i would like to see another rpg or adventure made.


I think Bregalad on nesdev is working on an RPG called Dragon Skills. I don't know anything else about it though.

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Hmm do you have any info about the game? are there screenshots out?
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Reply #16 - 17. May 2007 at 00:11
 
His website is: http://jonathan.microclub.ch/rainbow/en/drgskill.html  Gallery has some good in game screenshots.
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Reply #17 - 17. May 2007 at 02:30
 
That looks so neat.  I wish I knew how to program in the assembly language.
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Reply #18 - 19. May 2007 at 05:49
 
I know it's wishful thinking, but I made a Flash version of an old Mac game developed by Oliver Dreer called "Diamonds" in 1991.  My clone of it was done in 2004.

If this could be an NES cart, that'd be so slick.  I posted a link to show it to people in a thread on the "General" board, but I guess I can post it here too.

http://theosek.sitesled.com/Diamonds.html
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Reply #19 - 19. May 2007 at 06:14
 
I love that game!  Been many years since I played it...  Would be a relatively simple NES game to make for anyone just starting.  No scrolling, one sprite, easy mechanics.
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Reply #20 - 19. May 2007 at 08:23
 
Reminds me of Dudes with attitude/Trolls on Treasure Island ... nice game Smiley
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Reply #21 - 19. May 2007 at 17:16
 
Very cool game, I just played it and enjoyed it alot.
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Reply #22 - 23. May 2007 at 17:30
 
I knew there was something familiar looking about your name, and I just figured it out.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metroid#JUSTIN_BAILEY

Ahh, NES nerd catharsis.

Whatever game you decide to make, you should add "AL BAILEY" as an easter egg/cheat code. Awesome.
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Reply #23 - 24. May 2007 at 03:04
 
That diamonds game... I remember seeing that from the days of Number Munchers from 5th grade!
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Reply #24 - 24. May 2007 at 03:14
 
I f'n LOVE number munchers.  I had forgot all about that game, thanks soooo much for posting that Jedi.  I used to plat that all the time when I was little.  Must find some ROMs........
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Reply #25 - 24. May 2007 at 13:53
 
Great game song is now stuck in my head and BTW I was number munchers champion  Wink
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Reply #26 - 24. May 2007 at 18:52
 
It's strange folks are discussing the game here as opposed to my post in the "General" board showing it...  Maybe I should delete that post.
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Reply #27 - 25. May 2007 at 15:59
 
You don't need a rom; it was ported to PC:

http://www.pcgaming.ws/viewgame.php?game=number_munchers

Ah, the games of yore.
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Reply #28 - 25. May 2007 at 17:25
 
I've been trying for some time now to learn assembly.  The code seems simple enough, but I'm having trouble with assemblers, tile editors, etc.  All the ones I find either don't work or have no instructions and work strangely.  My game will be a ninja RPG with real-time battles.  Another cool idea would be a side-scroller based on Ghost in the Shell or Ninja Scroll.
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Reply #29 - 25. May 2007 at 17:32
 
Lucien,

  For an assembler I would suggest CA65.  It's just my opinion, but it worked really well for me.
If you have Unix experience (like with make files, etc..) it's not bad to get going.  I installed cygwin on my PC to give me a Unix like environment.  If you need help getting it setup, let me know. 

As for a tile editor, I wrote one in Java so if you have access to a JVM you can try it out.  Good luck figuring it out though.  I just add features as I need them.

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