Jump-start your weekend with Shining Force 3’s Force on the Move :)
Btw, I have Flames of Eternity (previously called Crimson Echoes) for download in my site. It’s a fan made sequel to Chrono Trigger. You can play it with an SNES emulator.
Grab it here:
Incredible classic gaming pixel art by Abysswolf!
“Launch your video game career at the world’s biggest toy store" - An old Toys R Us ad from the late 80s.
What an unusual angle. What do you think?
I put up the Earthbound Zero (NES) Perfect Hack. It’s an improvement hack that corrects spelling/grammar mistakes, restores censored graphics, makes the game easier (the original is very hard), replaces the font with a more legible one, and other changes to improve the overall experience.
• Download it from my Earthbound Downloads page
• Here’s the source page for this hack where you can learn more about it
Cool Castlevania: Symphony of the Night fan art with Alucard and his familiars. The Sword familiar is my favorite in the game.
I would like your feedback with this idea.
First version of idea: I’ve been thinking about putting together a simple page that contains all the ROMs (including hacks) of all my shrined RPGs. I want to make it easier for those who want to download multiple RPGs at once.
Second version of idea: Lately I’ve been thinking, why not take this idea to the next level and cover ALL RPGs for every classic gaming system? I really like what I did with RPG Lunch Break 2.0. I was thinking if I were to cover all RPGs, I would do it in a similar fashion with mini reviews. Each mini review would include screen shots, music, YouTube video, and the game for download; exactly what I’m doing now with RPG Lunch Break.
What do you think? Is this something you’d be interested in?
I just keep stumbling upon awesome Final Fantasy 6 fan art. This one is incredible! So much detail.
Secret of Mana Mobile News
Secret of Mana for iOS is on sale for $3.99 until August 10th! And the Android version is coming out this Fall!
Hate the crazy high prices that Square Enix tries to shake out of your virtual pockets? Then you’re in luck – until August 10th, you can get the iOS port of the SNES action-RPG classic Secret of Mana for just $3.99. That’s a pretty great price cut from its usual $8.99.
Don’t have an iOS device? Don’t worry – you’ll soon be able to solve Secret of Mana on Android devices. Square Enix has confirmed that it will be headed to Google Play this Fall.