I challenged myself to port my Ludum Dare 46 entry to as many consoles as I could during the jam’s voting period. It went better than I expected and, by the end, the game was working on the PS Vita, Nintendo DS, Wii, GameCube, and PSP!
FIXING the ENTIRE SM64 Source Code (INSANE N64 performance)
Could this bring Luigi back?
How Mortal Kombat 2 cheats against you | MVG
Mortal Kombat 2 released in the arcades in 1993. It was a smash hit generating over $600 million in sales and threw down a challenge to Capcom and Street Fighter 2 to be the most influential fighting game in history. There was one problem though, the CPU AI downright cheats its way to winning. In this episode we take a closer look at how the CPU AI worked.
A Mario Kart fan has created the “Nintendo Switch Arcade”
A person that goes by the name “snk50” on Reddit has created the ultimate setup to play Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, by hooking up a Nintendo Switch to an arcade machine, they can get the full car racing experience. Not much more information was shared, but snk50 claims that the machine is actually functional with the pedals and flaps behind the wheel to use the items and drift in the game. The wheel is connected to the Switch via a USB cable. More images below.
O.G. Game Boy Games Are Still Being Made (And Look Amazing)
Surprisingly, people are still making new games for the original Game Boy family of consoles, even though we live in the year 2021, where your watch and most of the appliances in your kitchen have better graphics. Even more surprisingly, some of these new games look awesome. The world of homebrew Game Boy games is bafflingly vast and sometimes just baffling, but it’s also home to legitimately talented developers who have decided to pour their sweat and tears into making games for grey bricks. Here are a few recent examples that caught our attention:
Adding Wireless Charging to the Switch Lite
The Nintendo Switch is a monstrously popular machine, and it’s had no difficulty raking in the bucks for the Japanese gaming giant, but there’s no denying that it’s technologically a bit behind the curve. Until the long-rumored “Pro” version of the Switch materializes, industrious gamers like [Robotanv] will simply have to make up for Nintendo’s Luddite ways by hacking in their own upgraded hardware.
THE LOST MARIO 64 2 – An Unreleased Game – Nintendo 64 History Documentary
In this video, Lady Decade discusses the unreleased Mario 64 sequel that was planned for the Nintendo 64. Let us discuss all that we know about Mario 64 2 and why this game was ultimately left on the cutting room floor.
FPGA Boards Add VGA and HDMI Interfaces to the Original Game Boy
The classic Game Boy remains a firm favorite in the realm of retrocomputing. Revolutionary as it was at the time, by today’s standards its display is rather primitive, with no backlight and a usable area measuring only 47 mm x 44 mm. [Martoni] figured out a way to solve this, by developing GbVGA and GbHdmi, two projects that enable the Game Boy to connect to an external monitor. This way, you can play Super Mario Land without straining your eyes, and we can also image potential uses for those who stream their gameplay online.
7 reasons why the GameCube was (and still is) one of the best systems for the Zelda series
Every generation of Nintendo game consoles has been home to at least one form of advancement for the Zelda series. Those average of five or six years at a time produce memorable content that the fans love and continue to love. But some generations have meant more for Zelda than others. The era of the GameCube was one of the greatest the fans have ever seen.
While the GameCube was not as commercially successful as most of Nintendo’s other consoles, it did bring massive increases to the adventures in Hyrule. These unforgettable additions to the franchise remain hard to match, let alone surpass.
Google Maps Finally Lands on the Nintendo Entertainment System — Nine Years After April Fools
Powered by a Raspberry Pi-based “PiPU,” this souped-up cartridge brings Google Maps to the NES — nearly a decade after Google’s gag.
Pseudonymous maker “ciciplusplus” has ported Google’s popular Maps application to an unusual target device: the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) eight-bit games console.