More random mazes from the best homebrew ever. Check out the eyes glitching out in the second maze where they get stuck in a loop. Really tough mazes with some LONG straightaways to get trapped in here.
After defeating the Hydra the way is opened to the interior of the Island. Defalkion heads to his Village looking for his Daughter & Survivors. He learns she is alive but has fled to the Temple with some others & a large Colossus is ravaging the land . He grabs some supplies & sets out for Polis but makes a pitstop in a forest where some Bandits have set up camp
Only greeted by monsters as well as a Cyclops after coming ashore Defkalion heads for the nearest shrine of Athena, perhaps the only one of the Gods still on the side of man to seek her Blessing before pressing on through the Mountain pass that leads to the interior of the Island.
The Curse of Issyos is a Homebrew Indi project (by Locomalito & GRYZOR87). It is an action/quick play RPG similar to Arcade Games in the late 80s. Greek Mythology based with elements from various NES Games used (Castlevania in paticular)
The Story begins with our Hero Defkalion (former Soldier retired to homelife) is at Sea on his way Home from a fishing trip, hears the Goddess Athena speak to him telling him he must hurry back to Issyos (the Island where he lives) for it is under Attack by forces from Olympus. He makes landfall & hurries ashore to do what he must.
Have you wondered about the hazy and cloudy appearance of your beer, wine or cider. This video will explain where it comes from and how to get rid of it.
This video follows on from the Isinglass video released earlier this year. If the swim bladders of fish are not to your liking or their are other reasons you wish to avoid it than here a re a variety other options and reasons why they.
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Since the last time I looked at Homebrew on the Nintendo Switch, lots of progress has been made. The biggest bottleneck was lack of hardware acceleration, but that had recently changed. Now with OpenGL hardware rendering, so much cool stuff has been released. Lets check out whats new!
Fullspeed N64? Check. Fullspeed Playstation 1? Check. Switch Overclocking? Check. Half Life on the Switch? Check. All that along with Amiga Emulation, Tomb Raider, Media Player and much more is now possible on the Nintendo Switch !
This video describes the basic ideas underpinning the operation of a column still. Then briefly explains the ways it separates out alcohol, why a still is used, some of its applications and the benefits vs expenses.
Help an elf get ready for Christmas by painting a bunch of toys as they travel across an assembly line. I think Santa needs to modernize his assembly line, personally. Why not have a few elves handling one colour each? Far less travel time would be required, fewer mistakes would happen, and less paint would be wasted. You could save costs through time and paint savings and being able to hire far less skilled (and less speedy) elves, who would likely work for less money. Geez Santa. Get with the times.
Backing up the save data on your Nintendo Switch has been made extremely simple thanks to the homebrew scene. Nintendo lets you do this only if you pay for their online service using cloud saves, however your saves stored on the cloud will be delete from their storage after you stop paying. Thanks to the checkpoint application, we can back up our important save data offline and completely for free, and keep copies of our data permanently on storage we manage ourselves.
I play a couple of modes in this really fun and addictive 2600 homebrew. Try to race another person or an AI through a series of platforms and do whatever it takes to let them be crushed from above while you save yourself. Whatever you do, it's hopeless in the end, as you're destined to be crushed too, but hey, if you die with more points, that's something anyway. Get it on Atariage here: https://atariage.com/store/index.php?l=product_detail&p=308
Kill wave after wave of alien Invaders from behind your floating shield fortress thing in this homebrew 7800 game. With tons of options (including colour variations, invisible invaders, etc.) and arcade quality graphics, this is the definitive version of Space Invaders at home.
I haven't read the manual for awhile, but I assume this game takes place in about a year from now, here on Earth. For some reason -- I assume the continued rise of outrage culture -- the planet has become uninhabitable, and you must help rescue the people still stranded there. Land too quickly, and the escape pod is destroyed. Crash on the way down or up, and the escape pod is destroyed. Land on a civilian and they are destroyed. They will try to get you to land on them. They seem to want you to. Who knows, perhaps after another few years of outrage culture, we'll all be trying to get spaceships to land on us and end it all too.