PVB Coding Competition 2010

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Nov 23, 2010
  1. Another World
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    Former Staff Another World Emulate the Planet!

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    PVB Coding Competition 2010
    Virtual Boy Homebrew
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    Planet Virtual Boy has recently sponsored a Homebrew competition. If you are not aware the VB has a Flash Kit and some of these projects have been designed with that in mind. Please check the homepage for more information and download links.



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  2. Rydian

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    That remake of Hunter looks cool.
     
  3. BlueStar

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    Hunter was awesome, one of my favourite games on the ST. Sadly it had a bad crack and crashed when you entered the store.
     
  4. Crass

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    I continue to kick myself to this day, 10 years ago I had the opportunity to buy a pristine VB with like 10 games (pretty much the entire library) for 45 dollars a small used electronics/games shop, but instead I ended up buying a Japanese copy of Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Battle 22 with a special boot disc for the PSX instead (was a huge DBZ fag at the time). DBZ Ultimate Battle 22 in case you don't know is one of the worst fighting games invented. And now that there is a flashkit available I really want to pick one up. It really is a terrible device, but such a cool idea/concept.
     
  5. cracker

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    It is nice that there is work being still done on such bastard systems but the Virtual Boy gave me a headache after only a few minutes. Not sure if it was the 3D or the mono red... Probably the latter...
     

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