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wretchedchild88

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  1. Happy late Birthday Ross. I'm afraid i'm not much of a competent artist but here's fan art of the Bip Bop Ball Beast for you. Mod edit: spoiler added
  2. Extreme ditto with the second one IMHO! Such an overlooked mod & sountrack!
  3. Here you go, your welcome, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays & Happy Birthday in advance: (Bosconian X68000) (Dragon Master Silk 2 (PC-98) ) (Magical Chase (PC-Engine/TurboGrafix-16) ) (Lagrange Point (Famicom) ) (Ufouria/Hebereke (NES) ) (Star Cruiser (X68k) ) (Algarna (X68k) ) (Rusty (PC-98) ) (Akazukin ChaCha (X68k) )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpG-UU_UUJY&list=PL71AD2E03EB4C8B2A (Asuka 120% (Various Platforms) ) (Magical Block: Carat (X68k) )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLXUh460aiA (Cyberblock Metal Orange EX (X68k) ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BuaAbsKpoA (Chip-Chan Kick! (PC-FX) )
  4. Sorry, not this year. You'll get a little bit of Dagon this month though. Well, what do you have in mind for a "metaphorical hell"? An atrocity we commit in order to get there? *Wink* *Wink* *Nudge* *Nudge* XD BTW, joking aside, I highly recommend you to cover these games at some point if they are not already planned for this month, as they are perfect fodder for Game Dungeon IMHO.
  5. This post is here just in case Ross didn't get my email. Without further ado, here we go. I would like to bring to your attention a trilogy of games released only in Japan made by Cybertech Custom for a number of platforms, barring the last one, which is a PC-FX exclusive. They star the company mascot, Chip-chan, which is what loosely ties them together. They include: -Carat(a Columns clone from 1992 for the PC-98 & X68000) -Cyberblock Metal Orange(an Arkanoid/Breakout clone released the same year as Bip Bop II & III, also for the PC-98 & X68000, & believe me, if Bip Bop II & III have the best writing in a Breakout clone, than this has the best OST of any Breakout clone.) -Chip-chan Kick!(a Snow Bros. clone that plays similarly to Arcade America & Hotel Mario, but much more polished, & a PC-FX exclusive released in 1996. This is what most likely brought Cybertech Custom under in the first place, due to the PC-FX's failure, making these three games abandonware). Someone who might help you in the realm of PC-98, X68000 & PC-FX emulation is a Youtube & Deviantart user named Ruko Michiharu. She's an outright expert on such fields as obscure Japanese computers & consoles. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsCaF6H613kkLK4h6pFpJwA http://michiharuruko.deviantart.com/ She's even made her own tutorials on PC-98 emulation. Her format could make for a perfect cameo in your Game Dungeon series. Have a look-see: & she covers Video Game tunes on the Turbo Grafix 16 & Game Boy chips. You could ask her to cover the Nyet III intro & ending themes if you want to. Again, have a look-see: & that's about it. I sincerely hope you take these requests into careful consideration. Take care, as always. Regards, WretchedChild88 Productions.
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