Xenocider for Dreamcast keeps growing. Now what a let down it would be, if that wasn’t the case! Chui and Abel recently got together with 3D programming specialist Óscar Peláez aka Fox68k (who co-created the 4ALL emulators alongside Chui, and starred in our Kickstarter video) for one of the most
Read original post here. Retro Sumus is a small European development team, currently working on new and exciting projects for the PC, Mac, Dreamcast and Saturn. Ameba is one of these titles, and very likely the first to see release. Battle Club Gaming were fortunate enough to speak with writer,
Tras nuestro paso por el podcast de The Dreamcast Junkyard, hemos podido responder también las preguntas de Rock And Rol Games, a quienes conocimos en RetroBarcelona cuando pasaron por nuestro stand y se interesaron por nuestros proyectos. Os dejamos el vídeo recién publicado en su canal. En él comentamos, entre otras cosas,
Deutsch: Im Gespräch mit Retro Sumus Daniel Horvath aka 108 Stars, who did the pixel art for WaterMelon‘s Pier Solar, interviews team member Carlos Oliveros about Ameba and Xenocider! neXGam: Hello Carlos. Please introduce yourself to the readers. Carlos: Hello, Daniel. I’m Carlos Oliveros aka Hombreimaginario, I’m an advertising copywriter
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!
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 some chracter designs and added