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Cryptic Allusion is a software development group that has written several games and demos for the Dreamcast, including a commercially-sold game (''[[Feet of Fury]]'') and the most successful and widely-used homebrew software kit ''[[KallistiOS]]''.
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Cryptic Allusion is a software development group led by Dan Potter that has written several games and demos for the Dreamcast, including a commercially-sold game (''[[Feet of Fury]]'') and the most successful and widely-used homebrew software kit ''[[KallistiOS]]''. Dan Potter also developed [[libdream]], the first free development library for the Dreamcast. At the moment they are working on a Jump'n Run game called [[Donk: Samurai Duck]]

Latest revision as of 09:47, 10 August 2008

Cryptic Allusion is a software development group led by Dan Potter that has written several games and demos for the Dreamcast, including a commercially-sold game (Feet of Fury) and the most successful and widely-used homebrew software kit KallistiOS. Dan Potter also developed libdream, the first free development library for the Dreamcast. At the moment they are working on a Jump'n Run game called Donk: Samurai Duck