Here’s another biome from my probably-never-to-be-finished NES game, running on an emulator.
It does indeed look a bit like Adventure Story.

In other news, I went back to Doom 2016 and beat it on Nightmare difficulty. When I first played it, Hurt Me Plenty was quite challenging, so I’ve made a lot of progress. I used to totally suck at FPS games, but these new Dooms and Doom-likes are pretty fun.

Also, big shout out to DUSK and HROT – two great indie games that play a lot like Doom.
Lots of fun.

6 thoughts on “Snowland

  1. dan00b781

    If you’ve been getting into Doom and Doom-like games recently, I’m practically obligated to recommend (and shill for) Ultrakill. It’s basically the PS1 version of Doom Eternal, except it’s also mashed together with Quake and Devil May Cry. To give you an idea of the kind of crazy stuff the game lets you do, one of the ‘open secret’ player techs involves punching your shotgun rounds to make them go faster and explode on impact. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
    It’s in early access right now, with only 15 levels and about 1-2 hours of playtime per campaign, but I believe its 99% positive rating out of over 7,000 reviews speaks for itself, if the glaringly obvious New Blood logo (you know, the studio behind DUSK) didn’t already clue you in to its quality. It’s also got a demo that lets you experience a third of what’s currently available entirely for free.
    …okay, I think I might have gushed a bit too much. Sorry about that.

  2. Sticks

    Hmm….the NES maker type thing looks nice, I always wanted to try pixel art but didn’t know where to start, should I give this a shot?

    1. Matt Roszak Post author

      It’s not particularly easy to use, there’s probably better software out there for beginners who just want to make pixel art.
      NES Maker is more useful if you want to learn about how the NES console works.

  3. YEET!

    I never thought Kupo would be good at first person shooter games. I always thought by his games that he would be more into strategy and puzzle games.


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