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N-Warp Daisakusen

SNES

Description:

N-Warp Daisakusen is a death-match mini-game for eight human players. Connect two Multitaps and eight joypads to your SNES, invite some friends and compete for the first place by beating and kicking the shit out of the other players. This game is available for download completely free of charge.

My development goal for this game was to create a simplistic fighter that could be played with as many simultaneous players as possible on the SNES and be learned and mastered within seconds by everyone. The awesome music was composed by maf, who is one of my favorite chip-tune musicians. It was developed to commemorate the N-Warp 2008 Nintendo gaming convention held in Meschede, Germany. It was meant to be some sort of surprise competition where everybody could jump right into the battle without prior experience. Development time was a little over 4 weeks. This game is based on a WIP SNES game engine and was coded from scratch in 65816 Assembler.

D-pad: move character A-button/ Y-button: standard attack B-button: fierce punch X-button: block

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