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Fix It Felix JR GBC

GameBoy Color: Fix it Felix JR.

While developing my Worms World Party TI-89 remake, I realized that after 18 years of development experience that I wasn’t as intimidated by the C language as much as I previously thought. I decided to see what else I could … Continue reading

8bitdo Bluetooth NES

8BITDO Bluetooth NES Controller

Another day, another controller review. Lol. My first “smartphone” as we would know them today, was an early Android HTC Hero, probably around Android Cupcake or so. For a long time I’ve been of the mind that Android is unusable, and I … Continue reading

Wii U Render

Wii U

I recently picked up and reviewed a Wii U. Of course, I had to render it was well, continuing with the theme of the 3DS XL and the Nintendo 64! As usual, the model was made and rendered in Blender … Continue reading

Wii U

Wii U

A couple years ago I picked up a Nintendo 3DS XL. It was the first Nintendo console I had owned since the N64, and it made me fall in love with video games again. Review Here. I’ve wanted a Wii … Continue reading

Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64

I’ve been craving Nintendo a lot recently, playing a bunch of NES and Super NES on emulators (of course, using their real controllers). So after I modeled my 3DS XL, I thought I’d model my N64 which I had lying … Continue reading

Nintendo 3DS XL

Nintendo 3DS XL

My Nintendo 3DS is one of my favorite consoles. I decided to do some more hard surface modeling and make a Nintendo 3DS XL. The pictures below represent the default Blue 3DS XL, but I made textures for many of … Continue reading

Portable NES

Portable NES

I really want to live this thing. I really do. But… but…. As I mentioned previously, I’m a sucker for nostalgia. When I heard there was a consumer available portable NES, I had to own one. Here’s what you get with … Continue reading

Lolo Web GL Game

Web GL Lolo

During my childhood, The Adventures of Lolo was one of my favorite Nintendo (NES) games. It was a basic top-down puzzle game that had a really good balance of puzzle elements and cute graphics. At times it was also very difficult, … Continue reading

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