Originally posted by: JamesRobot
No worries, man. You gotta do what you gotta do. Can't wait to see your next effort.
To be honest, I am not planning to design nor code anything else for the NES at this time.
In 2017, the last game I designed in collaboration with toshi5o3 last month, should, of course, be released on cart. And there is also a turn based strategy building game which was designed in year 2015 in collaboration with SoleGooseProduction, which will maybe finally see a cart version. I really hope so, because the game was good and quite unique on the NES.
Year 2016 I designed Ao, which is a simple and challenging puzzle game against the clock, published by Second Dimension (Dra600n on NA) on its web site (price extremely reasonable for cart version). Also, Ninja, which is a ninja game, designed in collaboration with toshi5o3, was released on cart in late year 2016 by toshi5o3 himself.
Moreover, maybe SGP has some copies unsold of other games we made in collaboration with ArchAngel, mattbep, and others, from year 2015, like 0-to-X (puzzle game) or Swords and Runes (RPG). And there are few other games which I designed, or in part designed, in the hands of producers (i.e. subjects who invests in material and/or have the know how to put the game on cart, since I lack both).
If you still have the copy of the ROM of CYO which was posted on the thread, you are of course welcome to play it on emulator, or with a power pack (I think this is the name). You cannot make commercial use of it, but you are of course free to play it yourself with family and friends.
Finally, there is a game designed and coded by MegaMarioMan (Tailgate Party), which I was invited to test, and I have to say it is great, so I really hope the best success for such game, also because the author is an extremely cool guy who put tons of time and effort in it to fine tune it, and it is a really unique game worth consideration; so, no matter my minimal role of incompetent tester (the protagonists are definitely other NA members on such project), I really cheer a lot for a cart release of such game, and I really wish it can achieve the best possible, well deserved, success.
All this, posted just in case it can be useful information for someone.
Edit: I forgot to mention 1007 bolt / 1007 hammers, a silly game which I designed and was produced on carts by neodolphino: I don't know if there are few carts left, I guess not, but maybe yes.