News Archive: November 2003
Friday, November 28, 2003
Pre Order Chikugoyaku Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 13:02
This has been post over at http://www.cyberdogcastle.com/store.html
4.99 Pre Order Chikugoyaku - Second Commercial Homebrew Dreamcast game. Escape an Enchanted Castle. Over 100 Unique Animations. Ships 2/21/04 or when 100 preorders are recieved.
more info when it comes.....
Thursday, November 27, 2003
Tryptonite! Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 15:36
Cryptic Allusion has announced their next project, Tryptonite! This will be the second game CA have released for the Dreamcast! (the first being Feet of fury)
You've all been waiting and wondering what Cryptic Allusion's mysterious "Project X" would be, and on the birthday of the Dreamcast(tm) system it is finally revealed.
For more info http://www.tryptonite.com/
Spectrum 128k emu Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 15:31
This has been taken from http://imrtechnology.ngemu.com/index.html :
Ok, so it hasn't been three months break, what can I say?
This is a test version of the MESS Spectrum 128k emulator. It is fully functioning, but I would like to know how compatible it is before I do a final release, so as you test games, please forward me a list so I can let the rest of the users know (credit will be given of course).
Please read the readme for information, and if someone makes an SBI of this release, please include my readme with it.
Sunday, November 23, 2003
script Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 17:33
This has been posted at http://consolevision.com :
Ragnarok2040 released a script in our forums that will automate the downloading, extraction, and compiling of KOS, now that it has moved to Subversion instead of CVS.
The script runs in *nix environments, or under Cygwin, and also under MingW (but this isn't tested). It has options to compile the KOS 1.2.x branch or the experimental 1.3.x branch.
Thursday, November 20, 2003
BBC Micro Emulator for the Dreamcast Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 16:18
Julian Brown has released a BBC Micro Emulator for the Dreamcast, this has been takeing for the readme file
Developer Release 1, 18th November 2003 -- J Brown
This is a heavily-modified version of Dave Gilbert's BeebEm emulator,
able to run on a Sega Dreamcast game console. It emulates an Acorn Model
B BBC Microcomputer.
For more info http://panic.cs.bris.ac.uk/~jules/beebem-dc.html
Monday, November 17, 2003
www.dreamcast-scene.com Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 12:19
This has been taken from http://www.dreamcast-scene.com
Today, on November 17th 2003, Dreamcast-Scene (formerly Dreamcast-Petition.com) officially launches with a brand new layout and new content.
As Dreamcast-Petition.com, we grew to the world's biggest initiative, and international petition, against the discontinuation of Dreamcast software. With the new name, layout and content, we want to symbolize the unity of the programming scene, gamers and fans of the Dreamcast. We also expanded our area of activity to developing new hardware and acting as a worldwide brand for publishing new Dreamcast software.
Our partner, Lik-Sang, will sell our hardware and software in the future and with this solid partnership, as well as with the new established community, we will grow more and more.
Port of ODE V 0.039 to Dreamcast Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 12:16
This has been taken from the a128 website
2003.11.09: Quick port of ODE V 0.039 to Dreamcast. Plus a demo using ODE with Iris3D. 20 balls drops on a plane.
for more info http://a128.ch9.de/
Monday, November 3, 2003
2oo3-11-o2 the Ultimate SEGA Dreamcast Competiton Posted by
Darksaviour69 @ 12:28
Quote from the official tUM*o3 website:
2oo3-11-o2 the Ultimate SEGA Dreamcast Competiton
We'd like to announce that this year's tUM will feature a special competition for the SEGA DreamCast. The competition is initiated and sponsored by dreamcast-scene.com.
They will also provide us with prizes worth about 500,-EUR in special DreamCast-hardware. Be sure not to miss this feature and check the compo-page for detailes rules!"
The tUM ("the ultimate meeting") is one of the biggest scene meetings in Europe, over 100 scener will join this event this winter in Hemsbach, Germany. Please note that this is a scene demo competition, not a game / emulator / application competition, so completly different to the Dream On contest.
Everyone who want to join this contest can send his production to the guys at the tUM until December 27th 2oo3.
Also check their website at www.tum-home.de. You can find inspiration in other scene demos for the PC and other platforms at www.pouet.net.
thanks to Freeze over at www.consolevision.com for the news