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A cutting-edge open world-building toolset for players to create, design, build, play and share their games: by game industry veteran Matt McDonald's Heavy Water Scheduled for release October 2013 for PC/Mac/Linux HEAVY WATER'S OPEN WORLD - BUILDING TOOL-SET Industry veteran, Matt McDonald, and his development studio, Heavy Water, are excited to bring you a game-changing, open world-building tool-set that provides players with the ability to design, create, build, play and share their very own game creations with user-friendly technology and expansive game assets. Axis Game Factory puts the power to create an entire game into YOUR hands! By providing players with endless assets, themes, characters, cameras, game modes – all of the ingredients to make amazing games – the only thing missing? You! At Heavy Water, we've worked on every type of game and genre imaginable; having delivered on over 100 titles.
God of Blades Wallpapers- click for 1920 x 1220 God of Blades lost novel covers - God of Blades is more than just a sidescrolling adventure. The game is conceived as a re-interpretation of a series lost 1940s-1970s paperpack novels that once formed a rich fantasy universe but have been erased from our collective memory. Screenshots (click on the thumbnail for full image) Concept art © 2012 White Whale Games.
Status Some early N64 games are running now, and the framerate is improving steadily. Here's a rough feature matirx showing what's been implemented: Supported Browsers I did some quick testing on OSX 10.8: WebGL is required, which places certain restrictions on which GPUs the emulator will work with.
December 23, 2011 I spent two weeks reading and reverse engineering further the source code of Another World ("Out Of This World" in North America). I based my work on Gregory Montoir's "binary to C++" initial reverse engineering from the DOS executable.
I've noticed some classic Mac games being ported to Mac OS X lately. There are various lists of classic Mac games on the web, but I didn't see any list of classic Mac games ported to Mac OS X. Something not existing on the Internet??! Horrors no! This must be remedied! So I figured I'd make one. :)