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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sat Dec 21, 2019 7:01 pm 


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Better archive/update these games just in case:
XOP Black (the sequel is already uploaded, not the first game though): http://sk8tokyo.com/udder/prog/xop/
D-STARS 1.50a (1.50 is outdated, just bugfixes): http://tuiskeimode.web.fc2.com/game/toppage.html
Precious Star 0.90: http://www7b.biglobe.ne.jp/~orchard/mai ... ject2.html
EX -Extra- 1.50 (1.1 is outdated): https://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/winnt/ ... 81666.html


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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2020 11:22 pm 



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I was feeling nostalgic for one of my favs as a poor student and job seeker so I ported NOIZ2SA from SDL1 to SDL2.

Benefits:
  • Display in desktop resolution instead of 640x480x8bpp which is not well supported anymore
  • Use a modern rendering API so it can work with current video recording software (e.g. OBS Studio), external shader software, etc.

Download is for win64. Let me know if you have problems or want it on win32 etc.

https://github.com/IoriBranford/noiz2sdl2/releases


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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sun May 24, 2020 11:52 am 



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Hi guys. As an archivist, I simply wanted to say, thanks for the work on this project. I certainly hope people will appreciate this effort in the future. Might you consider posting this on archive.org at some point?

Also, I’ll quickly point to the weva quadrant games which are freeware shmups from 2005 but which have completely dropped off the radar and I’m desperately trying to find. Should you have better luck than me or possess those games already please include them in that list.

http://weva.style.coocan.jp/

G-style is the only one I have so far, you can find it here in my thread:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=66262


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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sun May 24, 2020 11:51 pm 


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Iori Branford wrote:
I was feeling nostalgic for one of my favs as a poor student and job seeker so I ported NOIZ2SA from SDL1 to SDL2.

Benefits:
  • Display in desktop resolution instead of 640x480x8bpp which is not well supported anymore
  • Use a modern rendering API so it can work with current video recording software (e.g. OBS Studio), external shader software, etc.

Download is for win64. Let me know if you have problems or want it on win32 etc.

https://github.com/IoriBranford/noiz2sdl2/releases



You might consider helping out with the Linux ports. It seems they segfault intermittently in Debian packages. 8)
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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2020 3:43 am 



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I am also on the lookout for this one which is notoriously absent:

Amemissile:

http://www.freegame.cz/hry-ke-stazeni/z ... sile/13117

Download link is dead. Tried to message freegame.cz about it and post on the forums but nothing.

Help would be appreciated.


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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2020 3:53 am 


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Did anyone happen to save Yalkina STG Hard Edition? The official website of Yalkina STG featured a revised version with harder patterns called Hard Edition. I know neither myself nor Plasmo have it, and we were maybe the only people who really cared about this game to begin with. :x It would be more than awesome if it would be unearthed once again!
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 Post subject: Re: Save the XP era doujin games!
PostPosted: Sun Sep 06, 2020 2:28 pm 


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ave wrote:
Did anyone happen to save Yalkina STG Hard Edition? The official website of Yalkina STG featured a revised version with harder patterns called Hard Edition. I know neither myself nor Plasmo have it, and we were maybe the only people who really cared about this game to begin with. :x It would be more than awesome if it would be unearthed once again!


I belive I have this on my laptop will find and post when I get home.


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