It's been about a month since I've released N-Warp Daisakusen and as it seems, it's getting lots of attention! There've been reports about the release on a number of major gaming newspages such as Kotaku and Destructoid, an interview with me was published over at TIGS and there's even an article in a german printmag in the works. Considering that my little homebrew game is going against all the big titles of todays gaming industry, it may look a bit pale in comparison, but many are people liking it, nonetheless. Some people are seemingly loving the game so much that they want to buy or even build cartridges of it themselves! Although I feel honored, I've a somewhat official statement to make on that: First of all, I will never, ever sell cartridges of N-Warp Daisakusen. Second, the game is freeware. Free as in provided completely free of charge. As soon as money or other items are traded for a copy of the game, it is not free anymore. Should you ever see a cartridge of this game for sale, please report it to me so appropriate steps can be taken. Thanks!
Also, here's what my very own, personal copy of the game looks like, I think it turned out quite nice:
Update: N-Warp Daisakusen was featured in issue #10 of Retro Magazin, a german printmag focussing on retrogames. Here's what it looks like:
Gra will be the place where I release all of my homebrew games and other original creations from now on.
To celebrate this event, I've just released my first original game, N-Warp Daisakusen. See the top news for more information.
Still got any questions? Just send me an e-mail, I always appreciate feedback!