This has been in my head for a while.
I made some small progress on my old unfinished Crash fan game, but I never really bothered sharing until now.
This video shows the 4 existing levels in the game, one of which is still unfinished: N. Sanity Beach, Jungle Rollers, Boulders and (literally) Road to Nowhere.
Yes, I know I used the Turtle Woods theme from Crash Bandicoot 2 for Jungle Rollers, it’s intentional because I plan on including Crash 2 and 3 inspired levels and I was gonna use Turtle Woods for all jungle-themed levels.
Formerly called “””””8-bit”””” Crash”, it’s now “Pixel Crash Bandicoot” because I suck at pixel art so much I can’t really work around the strict “3 colors per sprite” limit of an NES.
A lot of the graphics are still in their “pretentious 8-bit forms”, especially the enemies and wumpa fruits. I’ll need time to update those.
IGEA and NPD have presented MCV Pacific with a very special set of Top 10 charts for Australia and New Zealand – Total sales for 2017 up to Week 48 (ending December 3).
Activision is the big winner to date, with three titles in the Australian Top 10, and four in New Zealand. The publisher has claimed the top spot in both countries, with Call of Duty: WWII and Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy the club house leaders in Australia and New Zealand respectively.
Call of Duty: WWII is currently in fourth spot in New Zealand with Crash Bandicoot sitting in second spot in New Zealand.
This includes several hacks/bootlegs from different sources, some of these bootlegs were covered previously on the site, including the infamous Crash Advance IV and the Gameboy Color hack “Crash Bandicoot 2: The Huge Adventure 2003” via TerryByte’s own video covering the subject matter on that game and IV. Both of these hacks were made by Sintax, whom are infamous for making dozens of chinese bootleg games.
The other games are: Crash Bandicoot Genesis (Russian Hack of Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel), a modified “Crash” NES hack of Disney’s Jungle Book and a Famicom bootleg game named “Crash Bandicoot”. This playlist also covers undumped hacks from bootleg systems/cartridges as well. Get started by starting the playlist.
2017 3D Modeling Reel by Nolan Jacobs.Make sure to click “1080 High Quality” beneath video if you can.