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#136
Did you get a tracking number for your package ?
#137
General Retro Chat / Re: Best named console
May 31, 2013, 16:17:55 PM
Megadrive
Jaguar (for the box and the memories)
#138
Very nice indeed.  :113:

I didi not read this article, thank for sharing
#139
If you want to learn more about the specific game mode and gameplay.

here it goes !

1. Multi Kills
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5gDsWK0c1A

2. Point Assault
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8nLbZDzfj8

3. Cache cahce or Hide and Seek
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2-O42RxMH0

4.Brain Battle
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJpNdHQfB6Q

5. Flag Capture
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I51FWVuLDME

6. Boby Guard
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qM9H2ls6HM
#140
For a time awesome golf was the ony game I had on Lynx with robosquash.

I love Robosquash too.
#141
General Retro Chat / Re: The Philips CD-i
May 22, 2013, 12:28:56 PM
Hello,

Here is a short video of the Kyocera Pro1000s player

The quality is not excellent il took it with my Iphone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBz4qIFcuU0
#142
General Retro Chat / Re: The Philips CD-i
May 16, 2013, 07:40:05 AM
I also quite a nice cd-i collection, with 11 players and almost 80 games. I love the standard even if the save featureis crap.

I also have both dvc expension andthe rare joystick.

I enjoy playing cd-i specially:
- the apprentice
- hotel Mario
- Kether
- l'Ange et le Demon
- Burn Cycle
- Secret Mision
#143
I'll see if I can Scan the test of Alien Vs Predator. It was noted 95% the Best Action Games on consoles.
#144
Thanks guys.

Actually it is the shipping issue that was my primary concern. It is stupid we could have though about it earlier and all would have be better for every one. 
#145
Hi guys.

It seems some of you are a bit disappointed, I can understand you. However please forgive us.

Anoyher World is our mostambitious and challenging project.we are a little association with limited ressource. we only gather once per month and dven ifwe do communicate thought our forum, some decision must be taken in our monthly meeting. Plus we are all in a relationship or busy with our ptofessionnal occupation so it is not simple to run a project like this one.
Befor we only release little series of ST orMSX games, or creatd box arts and manuals....
Here we are talking about 200 Jaguar Games...

Regarding the cover art, it was not easy we wanted to use the originalart (which is one of the best covert art of time in video gaming world). But also respect the Jaguar spirit... We did what we could , but it seems it was not enough. If we have to release another Jaguar game we will do better.

Concerning the shipping insurrance, this part was tottaly forgotten at the begining. With the preorders some people requested a insurrance. So we came up with this solution. I know it is not perfect but we acted as fast as possible. But we learned from it and for next release we will not do yhe same mistake.

Once again please forgive us for the inconvenience.
#146
General Retro Chat / Re: The Zelda CD-i Games
April 25, 2013, 07:16:22 AM
The Mario is not bad ar all and quite challenging .... But for me lot of games are challenging as I am a terrible gamer.
#147
Quote from: "The Laird"That looks utterly fantastic!  :)

Thanks very thoughfull  :113:
#148
Handheld & Tabletop Chat / Re: The Atari Lynx
April 23, 2013, 17:15:50 PM
For those who like little and short games here is a short presentation of : The castle of Khon-gis !!!

It is the game coded by Fadest (Yastuna Vol 1 & 2) for the AC 2013. THe objective of the coding was to create a Baroudeur like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLa0ohRl6ms

You will have to get throufg three to five level to end the game.

Here is the links to the roms
http://www.mirari.fr/lFTH
http://www.mirari.fr/o2YI

Fadest gave those link himslef on the following thread. Enjoy ;)
http://www.yaronet.com/posts.php?sl=172&s=155622
#149
Homebrew Chat / Dynamite Dreams for Sega Dreamcast
April 23, 2013, 17:02:27 PM
Hi every one!

I'm not used to this kind of exercise (so please gentle with me :-[ ).

I would like to present to you a homebrew project on the Dreamcast scene which has been a work in progress for quite a long time now (do not remember when I first heard of it).

It is a Bomberman clone with lot of new game modes such as:

- Assault teams who have to destroy the safes of the enemy
- Bodyguard with one celebrity to protect, one bodyguard, 23 killers
- Mental calculation death match where you have to to make the calculation. Once the time is over the screen will be divided into four    parts. One of them has the correct result, if you do not get it then you're dead
- Classic death match
- Story mode
 
They had an issue finding the right publisher but the game is nearly complete.

Some screenshots:

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[size=140]Here is the official trailer to the game:[/size]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7lgsGxgt1I[/align:i0jwnvdg]

[align=center:i0jwnvdg][size=240]Website: http://www.alicedreams.com/[/size][/align:i0jwnvdg]
#150
Introductions / Re: Hello from Paris France
April 23, 2013, 14:27:28 PM
I sure do but I have none ... ofr the time being.

I'm concentrating forst on the CD-I collection... Yes I know but I love those lost cases always listed in the worst video consoles of time such as the Jagaur, CD-I of course, 32X, Amiga CD32, Gizmondo, ... ect...