This weekend I made a tiny adventure game in NESmaker just for fun. It’s a free download on my itch.io page. Because of the very short development time there might be a bug here or there, but the game is playable from beginning to end.
The latest beta version of Nosey Joe VS. The IT-Bandit (NES) can be downloaded for free if you have already purchased Nosey Joe The Power Mystery.
I have started developing a Nosey Joe game for Game Boy. It’s currently very very early in development, so there is currently not a lot of progress to show off. However, you can see screenshots on the Portfolio page.
Nosey Joe The Power Mystery has been updated to Rev. 1.2. This includes the following updates:
– Updated graphics on levels
– A few minor changes on level design (some tiles have been added or moved around)
– A few minor bug-fixes
– Added a short music loop on intro screen
I’m currently experimenting with GB Studio. The goal is to make a new Nosey Joe game for the original Game Boy.
I am pretty far into development of the Nosey Joe sequel for NES. I have posted the latest beta version on itch.io. It’s a free download for anyone who has purchased Nosey Joe The Power Mystery.
I have released a new revision of Nosey Joe. There are only a few tiny improvements on the graphics and a few small level changes on two of the levels.
The new revision can be downloaded here:
Nosey Joe – The Power Mystery by baardbi (itch.io)
I have made a few minor changes to Nosey Joe. The updated version of the game is availble to download on itch.io for anyone who has purchased the game.
Updates in rev. 1.0:
- Cleaned up cutscene graphics
- Removed B-button to run. Now there’s a constant speed (but faster than the previous walk speed)
You can now download the complete digital package of Nosey Joe (Game, Manual and Box Art) for $5.
Finally! After three years, the game is released at last. The kickstarter is cancelled. That means there won’t be a physical release. At least not for now. It may happen at some point in the future, but for now it’s a digital download only.
Using Excel to plan jump physics. #NoseyJoeC64