Hase, GCW Zero homebrew retrospective

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  1. Another World
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    Hase is a "Worms" like homebrew that has come to the GCW Zero handheld. It focuses on the firing of different projectile weapons upon a destructible environment. The game is shaping up to be a fun homebrew, but what I find most interesting about the project is the retrospective the developer [Alexander "Ziz" Matthes] has written. If you want a glimpse into the madness of creating a homebrew project then give the article a read. If you own a Zero, grab the binary and try Hase out for yourself.

    :arrow: Making of Hase Article
    :download: Download Hase
     
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  2. KingBlank

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    Woah, this looks amazing!
     
  3. ironmaster49

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    Well maybe really a off topic question but is a gcw zero really worth it? Its 250 dollars and i can get a new 3ds for that money, is it any better than a ds lite or hacked psp in portable emulation and homebrew?
     
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    Before Worms there was Pocket Tanks. Before Pocket Tanks there was.... SCORCHED EARTH!!! Still miss that game the most from this genre.

     
  5. Another World
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    have you read my zero review? https://gbatemp.net/review/gcw-zero.122/

    the emulation on the zero is more widely refinied than those applications found on the psp. the ds lite has a really great homebrew library. when it comes down to it, do you want to play with the emulators/hombrew on the zero or would you rather just stick to the ds lite and psp. i can't make that decision for you. give the review a read, if you haven't already. you might also want to check the zero's unofficial (official) forums for more information: http://boards.dingoonity.org/index.php#c10

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  6. Ziz

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    If you want to play Hase on
    • GP2X
    • Pandora
    • Caanoo
    • Wiz (buggy?)
    • Linux PC or
    • Windows PC
    you can download further versions here: http://ziz.gp2x.de/hase/
     
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    *150 dollars
     
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    No mention of gorrilas.bas... shameful behaviour.
     
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    Ha, never heard of that one. My sister and I used to play Scorched on Win 3.1 growing up, but it does seem Gorrilas.bas was the true origin!
     
  10. Megaben99

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    Scorched Earth was great....I lost many hours to Tank Wars

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