A few days ago, Tom Charnock from The Dreamcast Junkyard and I sat down and discussed Ameba, Xenocider and the DC scene as a whole. Wait, Xeno what? Exactly. Please keep reading for the first screenshots of our two Dreamcast projects!
Most of you have already heard about Sacred Line Genesis. An adventure game for (duh) Sega Mega Drive / Genesis developed, written, composed (and released in rom format) by Sasha Darko, recently published by WaterMelon after some tweaking and bug-fixing. Sadly, these new carts feature
A few days ago, we found out our little project had been included in this fine list of “Upcoming Sega Dreamcast Games in 2015”, posted by Hardcore Gamer. You know, Elysian Shadows, Watermelon‘s Pier Solar, Hucast Games‘ Ghost Blade and more… This may be a
All right, all right. Of course none of these projects have nothing to do with Ameba or Project Q (but… what is Project Q?). However, we’re always happy to hear about new or upcoming Dreamcast titles. So, first things first. Hucast recently announced they’ll be
Hello and welcome to our humble blog and forums, which are finally open for business. Yes, we know they’re simple and that’s how we like them! We won’t be needing much more in the near future, but we were eager to have our own place
Oh hey! Carl Williams from Retro Gaming Mag talks AMEBA, and we love it! Thank you for spreading the word! Even more interesting is the storyline of Ameba, at least what we know of it so far. Ameba is set in modern day Madrid (not
Just a couple days before RetroBarcelona, I got an email from Tommy Åslin from Segazine. He had heard about the AMEBA project and had some questions I gladly anwered while on my trip back from the event. We thought it was about time to reveal
We just read a nice article about AMEBA by long-time friend and TSSZ News reporter Andrea Gil. You can check it out here. Andrea Gil firma la versión en español de su artículo sobre AMEBA en Games Tribune, disponible aquí. Via @tssznews | @gamestribune |
Someone told us that ass was too big. But we’re actually huge fans of it 😀 News about the AMEBA project coming (really) soon!
Nice little articles by Indiket from spanish fansite Dreamcast.es and Zouzz from french blog Dreamcast-news. Also, our first official thread! More info coming soon 😀