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Monday, June 6, 2005

Three new demos by Fit
Posted by MetaFox At 7:47

The finnish demogroup Fit have ported their technical demos Hex Pistols, Chrysler, and Jenny Thinks to the Dreamcast. These are open source demos that are also available on Linux, Windows, and GP32.

You can see screenshots and download the demos from Dreamcast Scene.

Friday, June 3, 2005

Visual Troy Advance 1.4
Posted by MetaFox At 4:55

GPF has released a new version of his port of Visualboy Advance to the Dreamcast.

Thursday, June 2, 2005

2004 Player Poll
Posted by MetaFox At 23:38

The Best of 2004 Polls are still going on, and will be continuing until June 8th. If you still haven't voted yet, you've still got a chance. Go to /phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=46832 and place your vote now!

Sunday, May 29, 2005

Beats of Rage Collection Volume 2 Released
Posted by curt_grymala At 13:31

After some unexpected delays, DCEvolution.net finally brings you the ultimate Beats of Rage collection, featuring some of the finest mods the BoR world has to offer:
Beats of Rage Remix, Hatchet Ninjaz, Hyper Final Fight 1 & 2, Alien vs Predator, Dragons of Rage, Double Dragon Extreme & Rage of the Streets - the awesome work of modders like Mr.Q, Kingherb, Vision, AxelBlazeAdam and Hokutoy - all presented on one huge disc!
We've put a lot of work into this project and added small bugfixes and extra features to almost every mod in this compilation.
The games use the BoR game engine created by Senile Team, ported to DC by Neill Corlett and re-vamped by L@ Cible. That means full rumble support and 50Hz PAL / 60Hz NTSC selection.
Enjoy playing your favorite BoR mods again or discover what you've missed! More info and our currently biggest download weighing in at an incredible 500 MBytes compressed, can be found on our Beats of Rage Collection Volume 2 page.
Please post all feedback in the DreamZone forums.

Saturday, May 28, 2005

DreamCPC alpha
Posted by Hawq At 7:19

From JMD comes this Amstrad CPC emu for the DC, heres some of its features:

  • Fullspeed with sound
  • Support for the Dreamcast Keyboard
  • Reads from amstrad disk format and zips
  • Has auto program loading
  • Screen Adjust
  • Keys mappable
  • Includes two games for the system
  • Works in Chankast

Get from here that'll do till theres a page for it here or at dcemu.uk

Thursday, May 26, 2005

Rael: The Redemption
Posted by MetaFox At 9:35

Rmedtx has released a demo version of his Beats of Rage modification, Rael: The Redemption. This is different than other Beats of Rage modifications in that it uses completely original graphics and sounds. This is a very professionally made game, as you can see from the following screenshot:



Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Melty Blood Petition
Posted by MetaFox At 20:56

Dreamcast Scene has started another paper petition, this time for Ecole's "Melty Blood: Act Cadenza".

Melty Blood : Act Cadenza is a NAOMI GD-ROM port of an independent fighting game for PC, based on the visual novel "Tsukihime" by Type-Moon. Watanabe Production (now French-Bread) initially produced the fighting game on their own, and then Type-Moon began to work with them after finding out about it (and liking it). The arcade version was ported by Ecole with the assistance of French-Bread and the input of Type-Moon (for stories, character presentation, and so on).

Dreamcast Scene has had successful petitions in the past, using the method of printing and filling out a petition sheet and mailing it to Dreamcast Scene (which then sends the collected petitions to the company). Border Down and Shikigami no Shiro 2 were two games that were released as a result of the paper petitions.

The Melty Blood petition can be found here.

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