The last few months I’ve been working on a small retro remake of one of my favorite Atari 2600 games. It’s not a well known one, but even today it plays very well … it’s one of those ‘flow state’ inducing games that you can just zone out and enjoy. Since I’m going to pretend like it’s possible to build some buzz around a small project like this, I’m not saying exactly which Atari 2600 game I’ve remade just yet, but here is a hint :)
This is my (pansapiens) entry for Ludum Dare #12.
I had various dramas throughout the 48 hour competition, namely two electricity outages … this is not the code I spent most of my time on, but I’m actually happy it all worked out the way it did.
The game is written using batari Basic v1.0. I learnt a lot by reading the included sample code, and the excellent batari Basic manual. I also used the online PlayerPal 2600 Sprite Editor to draw the sprites.
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- All platforms: Play the game on this page (below the fold) in the embedded JStella applet viagra or cialis cost
- Window, Linux, Mac: download the ROM and run it in Stella ($ sudo apt-get install stella on Debian/Ubuntu).
- Windows, (maybe Linux): Download this zip archive which contains the windows version of Stella and The Siege of von Danken Tower ROM, which is compatible with Keeyai’s Compo Game Loader tadalafil generico sandoz
- Atari 2600 VCS: For the definitive von Danken Tower experience, you should burn it onto an EEPROM and play it on your Atari 2600 VCS (YMMV. AtariAge may help). sildenafil side effects treatment
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Defender is my favorite under-rated arcade / Atari 2600 games (or the updated version, Stargate) … it’s nice to see it getting remade, as opposed to yet another Pacman, Breakout, Tetris or Space Invaders clone. female viagra wikivardenafil and sildenafil