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DMCA’s Sky – A Super Mario edition of No Man’s Sky

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No Man’s Sky is a sandbox-based space exploration game, loved by gamers for its high degree of freedom and large map structure, but also received numerous bad reviews for its poor playability. In particular, the maps of galaxy and the scenes of planets in game are not preset, but randomly generated. Players need to explore, fight, trade and survive in this nearly infinite universe (containing 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 stars).

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[v105, v000] Nightmare Sphere – Castlevania-like and metroidvania-style doujin game

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Nightmare Sphere (AKA: ナイトメアスフィア) is a free Castlevania-like and metroidvania-style doujin, indie game developed by 暁音♪ (AKA: n_sphere2, MickmanX, who used to be an art designer at Capcom) from Japan in 2009, using GameMaker Studio. It incorporates elements from classic 2D action video games like Metroid, Castlevania, Mega Man, and includes some degree of adult content.

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Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse Remake

Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse is the third 8-bit game work in the Castlevania series for the Nintendo Entertainment System console, was published by Konami in 1989. This game took Nintendo’s game development level at that time to the extreme, its gameplay is very similar to that of the first generation, but has vastly improved graphics and music. Moreover, it also introduced the concept of companions and sub-plots for the first time, and has 15 levels. So, it was definitely a masterpiece that could make players forget to eat and sleep at that time!

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OpenBOR – Ultimate 2D fan-made side-scrolling game engine

OpenBOR (short for Open Beats of Rage) is a free, open-source, sprite-based 2D side scrolling video game engine (not a console emulator) for Windows, Linux, Android, PSP and WII platforms. Users from all over the world have used it to create a lot of interesting Doujin games based on Double Dragon, Streets of Rage, Final Fight, The King Of Fighters, Street Fighter, Metal Slug, and more.

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Pokémon all games in one place

Pokémon (AKA: ポケモン, short for Pocket Monsters, ポケットモンスター) is one of the most popular video game series in the world, developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo from Japan in 1996. 田尻 智 first conceived the creation of Pokémon series between 1989 and 1990, when Game Boy first became popular. The whole idea of the Pokémon world came from his childhood love to insects collection.

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Hello Mario Engine – Anyone can make a Mario game as easy as 1-2-3

Hello Mario Engine (formerly called Hello’s Mario Engine, Hello Engine) is a feature-packed, fully-documented, easy-to-use Super Mario game engine for GameMaker: Studio, developed by Hello Fangaming from MFGG (Mario Fan Games Galaxy) in 2007. It enables anyone to make a Mario game with ease. Even better, it’s free and open-source (under the new BSD License), which means you can make whatever you want with this engine, without any restrictions.

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