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  1. carleton

    Arcade Club (Bury, near Manchester)

    Opening early this year still, here's the FB page: https://www.facebook.com/ArcadeClubLeeds/
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    Monster Boy And The Cursed Kingdom

    Cheers, think I'll get this for over Xmas then.
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    Monster Boy And The Cursed Kingdom

    I bought the remake but gave up on it as dying on a boss sent you right back to the start of the level. Have they fixed this here? I don't mind difficulty but I don't want to play whole levels multiple times to get back to bosses etc. Somebody above mentioned plentiful save points, is this true?
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    Celeste

    I was so pleased with myself for completing Celeste. I thought I'd turned into some kind of gaming ninja. That thought was immediately case aside again after attempting the first B-side! I loved the main game though but I shan't be carrying on with the extra bits.
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    Nintendo Switch

    I've played most of the Mario Parties from 5 onwards, my daughter grew up with them. I'd consider we've had good value from each version but they do only come out on the odd Sunday just like any other board game we play as a family. We tend to spend £20-£30 on new board games so £88 for the new MP with a couple of Joycons feels like good value in this household. I'm just annoyed they've delayed the release of the bundle for so long.
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    Arcade Club (Bury, near Manchester)

    They’ve announced they’re opening a branch in Leeds which is at least as big. It’s going to all the big hydraulic cabs they can’t get up the stairs in Bury. I want to play the full Powerdrift.
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    Here's a video of the game running on Vice64. I'm keen for feedback so if anybody plays old C64 games (especially from playing on a real device) I'd be happy to send a build out.
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    Ah, now I want a bespoke Zub image!
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    Yeah, I'm unsure of copyright for old 8bit stuff though I have stuck a Zub one in there. Hopefully @Ste Pickford won't get too angry!
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    I've just realized that link is poor for creating puzzles because test actual clears the puzzle you've drawn. Hmmm. If you want to send me the 15x15 image as a PNG I can try it in my solver.
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    Cheers @Riven, I'll check and add it (we may already have a snake....)!
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    Thing is I ripped the 256 puzzles from the original Mario Picross on the GB to test my solver and the initial development of this version. They're really nice and would be ideal but I don't think Nintendo would be too happy.
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    I’m writing a C64 version of Picross

    Yeah, one solution and all logical. One of those puzzles which is more suited to a video game as well.
  14. Hi, I’ve been a programmer for 30 odd years and I still refer to myself as a games programmer. However for the past few years the paying work has been in non game apps. So in my spare time I’ve gone back to where it all started and I’m developing a C64 game. It’s getting close to completion now but I am struggling to get a few more nice looking puzzles. Any RLLMUKers able to knock up unique, solvable 15x15 images they’d like to donate? You can make them on this website. If you create then test them it’ll show you whether there is more than 1 solution. http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/~simpsons/nonogram/create
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    The Puzzle Game Thread

    Oops, double post.
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