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100 Days of MEGASHOCK! #16 Blue's Journey/Raguy

On today’s long-delayed 100 Days Of MEGASHOCK! we’ll be looking at another ADK platformer, Blue’s Journey (or Raguy as it was called in Japan). Blue’s Journey is a cutsey colorful platformer that’s more in the vein of Alex Kidd or the early Wonder Boy games than a Super Mario Bros. 1,210 more words

100 Days Of MEGASHOCK!

Wayback WHENsday - Slugging it out, Metal-style

Take a trip with me… To a time of the end of an era…  The era of arcades!  I will be bringing out Metal Slug X for the Neo Geo!   36 more words

Video Games

Neo Drift Out: New Technology - All Clear Video

I’ve been a little bit bored of modern games of late. Some good things have come out this year but aside from a couple of games that I haven’t bought yet because I’m saving up for Christmas I’ve played pretty much everything that interests me. 179 more words



I made a free game for the legendary Ludum Dare n°31, it’s randomly called DEATHMETALSLUGZ http://freaknarf.itch.io/deathmetalslugz and contains no slugs (that was cut out ;)) Anyway it’s funny and a 72hwork on my ucoming so called “big thing” engine… Tired but happy.That was fun and instructive, my sweet love Morgane helped me on visuals once again so thank to her, and check it out ! 67 more words


My Blooming AES Collection

I ordered 2 AES games a few weeks ago that finally arrived. They were pretty cheap considering the cost of Neo Geo items.

On the left is Fatal Fury 3. 107 more words

Collecting Thoughts

1985: Peter Halley

Peter Halley had his first one-man show at International with Monument, the now defunct East Village gallery, in 1985. The large-scale paintings were executed in a hard-edged, impersonal, geometrical style and unmodulated planes of highly-contrasting colors. 330 more words

20th Century

What is a Neo-Geo? I hear you ask

In my recent poll a grand total of zero people voted for the SNK Neo-Geo as their favourite childhood console. In fact, more people chose ” What’s a 16-bit (Why am I even here?)” These results were not particularly surprising. 132 more words