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AMEBA & Xenocider coming to Dreamcast and SaturnPosted by Christuserloeser on Jul 01, 2015 at 6:52am - 1 Comments
Spanish indie developer Retro Sumus came to the fore in late 2014 when new Dreamcast-bound visual novel AMEBA was announced. Since then, work has been progressing steadily behind the scenes and we decided it was about time that we uncovered just what Retro Sumus is all about. In this exclusive interview with lead writer Carlos Oliveros, we find out a little more about the team, AMEBA and discover that there’s another extremely promising (and previously unannounced) Dreamcast game on the horizon…
http://retrosumus.com/2015/06/ameba-xen ... -junkyard/
http://www.thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk/2 ... arlos.html
Pier Solar for Dreamcast & PC production samplesPosted by Christuserloeser on Jun 28, 2015 at 4:40am - 0 Comments
Preorder the game at www.magicalgamefactory.com/en/factory/pier-solar_1/
Rush Rush Rally Racing now available at GOAT StorePosted by cube_b3 on Jun 02, 2015 at 4:26pm - 0 Comments
Originally posted at http://www.dreamcast-scene.com/news/rus ... oat-store/
For those completely out of the loop, Rush Rush Rally Racing (R4) is a top-down, 2D racing game, developed by Senile Team and published by RedSpotGames for the Dreamcast.
The game was originally released to celebrate the Dreamcast’s 10th anniversary of Dreamcast in 2009, and the regular edition of the game sold out in less than two months. The publisher also produced a deluxe edition for the game, which they kept reprinting for a couple of years, until the Sturmwind distribution disaster. Since then RedSpotGames have been missing in action, and by some miracle, Goat Store Publishing has procured the last remaining copies from Senile Team.
It is interesting that not only have they managed to get the R4DX Edition ($55), they also have the original edition ($30) in stock.
R4, to date, is the only racing game from the Dreamcast indie scene, which I could go on and tell you how great it is, but I rather you watch Andrew Pine’s impressions.
If you like what you see, I urge you to get your copy, before they’re gone forever!
Alice's Mom's Rescue announced for DreamcastPosted by cube_b3 on Jan 07, 2015 at 2:22am - 3 Comments
Originally posted on:
http://www.seganerds.com/2015/01/06/huc ... dreamcast/
Redux: Dark Matters developer Hucast Games has kicked off the new year by announcing an original Dreamcast platformer titled Alice's Mom's Rescue. It would appear the game has been developed by French developer Orion; back in November 2014 the developer revealed four other games on DC Emulation Forums.
Alice's Mom's Rescue is available in two separate physical editions for Dreamcast. A regular jewel case edition for €24.95 and a limited edition in a DVD case which comes with the soundtrack for €42.95; which can be basically rounded off to $30 and $50, respectively plus shipping.
Alternatively, a digital PC version is available for €3, as well as an Android version for €1.
Alice's Mom's Rescue to be released For Sega Dreamcast™ on 23th March 2015.
Hannover, Germany – January 5,2015
HUCAST Games, Germany based game publisher announces that Alice's Mom's Rescue for Sega Dreamcast™ is to be released in March 2015.
Pre-orders are now accepted on:
About Alice's Mom's Rescue:
Best news this year! Hucast Games proudly presents Alice’s Mom’ Rescue coming soon for Sega Dreamcast!! Alice Mom’s Rescue was developed by Orion soft. and is a new classic 2D Platformer for Dreamcast! The game will be region free and will feature 25 stages.
Beautiful Pixel Art Graphics
***REGION FREE***This game runs on all PAL and NTSC units.
Limited edition is stricly Limited to 300 copies WORLD WIDE
About HUCAST GAMES
HUCAST Games (URL: http://www.hucast.com) was founded by René Hellwig in 2008. We are a 2D game developer who is specialized brand NEW Retro games for new and dead platforms. Our first release was DUX on Sega Dreamcast™, now we release DUX 1.5 an revised version of DUX. However, in May 2011 we started to work on Redux:Dark Matters that was funded via Kickstarter means and reached its funding goal of 25 Thousands USD within 5 days. The final funding goal reached in April 2012 was 55 Thousands USD.
In January 2013 HUCAST Games announced „Ghost Blade“ a TATE shooter for Sega Dreamcast™ to be released in 2013.
In January 2015 HUCAST Games announced „Alice's Mom's Rescue“ a neat classic 2D Platformer for Dreamcast™ to be released in March 2015.
Dreamcast™ is a registered trademark of SEGA Corporation. Our Dreamcast™ software is not officially licensed, designed, manufactured, distributed or endorsed by SEGA Corporation. All other used brand names and trademarks mentioned are trademarks of their respective owners.
Copyrights: DUX 1.5, Redux: Dark Matters, Ghost Blade, Alice's Mom's Rescue © HUCAST Games
For more information check out the games page on DCS.
Hypertension Demo Developer PreviewPosted by cube_b3 on Nov 19, 2014 at 9:26pm - 1 Comments
SLaVE November 14 TrailerPosted by cube_b3 on Nov 18, 2014 at 9:51pm - 2 Comments
Elysian Shadows TeaserPosted by cube_b3 on Nov 17, 2014 at 10:51pm - 0 Comments
Some tech demo's from our friends at Elysian Shadows
Isotope SoftWorks VLOG#1Posted by cube_b3 on Nov 05, 2014 at 11:02pm - 2 Comments
Following in the foot steps of GyroVorbis aka Falco Girgis of Elysian Shadows fame.
Corbin Annis of Isotope SoftWorks has uploaded his first video blog promoting his upcoming game SLaVE and Hypertension: Harmony of Darkness.
Additionally, the Vlog is looking to raise a modest $100 to invest in the project.
Ghost Blade Teaser 2 & Redux LE ContestPosted by cube_b3 on Nov 02, 2014 at 11:53pm - 0 Comments
In other news I am giving away a copy of Redux Limited Edition and Redux: Steel Case Edition over at Sega Nerds.
More info here:
The Next Step for Elysian Shadows: Part 1Posted by Christuserloeser on Sep 27, 2014 at 5:45pm - 0 Comments
People were wondering why we were creating a game for the Dreamcast and Ouya. I think it was the most asked question we received when people first heard about the game,” Girgis explained when talking about the game’s Kickstarter. “Honestly, those platforms were what made the our Kickstarter so successful. Over $100,000 of the $180,000 we raised came from our Dreamcast reward tiers alone.”
That’s a huge chunk of money being given to the development of a game on what many believed to be a “dead console”, even during its original glory days. What’s even more impressive to think about is that most Kickstarters, even the successful ones, do not reach the $100,000 mark, yet a game that was being developed on a three generation old console was able to raise almost $200,000.
The Sega Dreamcast just turned 15 earlier this year and has seen the announcement of several new games coming to the console including Pier Solar HD, SLaVE, Elysian Shadows, and many more. The Dreamcast scene is in a boom right now with many developers joining the development community daily.
Read the full article at twodashstash.com: http://twodashstash.com/2014/09/next-st ... cast-ouya/