Post by Tom Maneiro on Jul 30, 2010 16:04:59 GMT -5
Oh, right, Cheetahmen One of the few early '90s 8-bit games with cutscenes in Engrish, with the patented Active-Jump-In-Mid-Air-Invisible-Ladder(tm), but it lacks the also-patented Active-Death-In-Mid-Air(tm)
And the music is also nice if you consider that most of it was stolen from the sample tunes of some music SDK...
I have been playing lots of Action 52 lately - both the craptastic NES version and the not-so-bad-but-still-crappy Genesis "port"
It's so shitty, that if you're bored enough, it can become more addictive than cheap booze and illegal drugs
(Note to myself: port the original NES A52 into BEX - should be easier, as most A52 games are nothing different from average n00b homebrew, plus it could make "Non Human" and some others more playable )
(Note to myself #2: What about a "community-port project"? - 52 coders, 52 games. Oh, boy, that A52 can reallly damage your non-gamer brain )
The best part of the Action 52 was Cheetahman, right? I mean, it's better than BasiEgaXorz compiled quality
Post by Tom Maneiro on Jul 31, 2010 16:21:18 GMT -5
Just define a cheap API for scrollers, another API for space shooters, and you have covered 90% of A52 games.
Back to CrazyBus...
- It has entries on TVTropes and Uncyclopedia/Encyclopedia Dramatica - It's now an official Internet Meme! - "If the world cup has been held in Venezuela, this could have been the vuvuzela replacement" - Random YouTube user #1 - "The music is STILL BETTER than Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus pseudo-music" - Random YouTube user #2
UPDATE: Ah, the OP video is back, because the community pwn3d the gay trolls at tripsoft inc ENJOY!
Post by Tom Maneiro on Aug 1, 2010 12:28:56 GMT -5
1) Download the sourcecode - it explains the magic
2) I don't have any experience with sequencer/tracker formats. You could try to rip the song to GYM/VGM (using Kega Fusion, for example) and find a MIDI converter - there is one for GYM and one for VGM, but in this case this one don't deal with all the Genesis audio hardware, just the PSG. But since CrazyBus uses ONLY the PSG...
1 - Jogamos o game no Everdrive, cartucho flash do Mega Drive;
2 - E não era na verdade um Mega Drive utilizado, e sim no raro Pioneer LaserActive. Dá para ver bem ele no vídeo do terceiro dia (aos 06:16 - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kjy2Y3KmQ_Y) 3 - Qual o nome das músicas utilizadas nesse vídeo ? Tempo
They were using a Everdrive... on a LaserActive!?!? WTF what were they smoking? I want some too