Roque Bande The folks over at Dev-fr.org homebrew community has something interesting going on. Last month they started a music-themed homebrew game/application competition, with a twist: the entries have to be "silly" in nature. The competition managed to garner a handful of kooky entries, and we're going to sample three of them in this article.
Last in this article is Roque Bande (Rock Band) by homebrew developer t4ils. No, this is not a clone of the now-famous Rockband franchise, but consider this a homebrewed music video of sorts. Bored? Just let this homebrew run, put your feet up and watch these...beavers belt out tunes.
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Livingstone supongo? Livingstone supongo?
Nintendo DS homebrew developer prizzio has released Livingstone Supongo? version 0.5 for all of you Nintendo DS homebrew fans to enjoy.A Many people probably remember the old video game with the same name that was released back in the mid 80's
Flashback DS Flashback DS
FLashback NDS v1.0 is Alekmaul's homebrew port of the game Flashback, which was based on the Reminiscence engine. This is the initial release so there's definitely a lot to be learned about it.
Don't worry, though, the developer notes has got you covered for that
Balance A few weeks ago, I started experimenting with 3d and now, here is my first 3d game!
The last Coho The last Coho The Last Coho is inspired by the artwork of the First Nations in the American Pacific North West. The Coho is a type of salmon common in this area of world. These salmon return every year to the rivers of the Pacific North West and have to struggle up stream to reach the spawning grounds
DS1942 It's been a long time coming, but here is the latest version of Copper's DS1942, a homebrew port of the classic arcade vertically scrolling shoot 'em game, 1942