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Latest Updates

May 1, 2021
Jelly Boy Prototype
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Tony from Hard4Games has sent me a near final prototype of the European exclusive Jelly Boy. You can check out the Hard4Games video detailing the prototype here.

January 7, 2021
SNES Central 20th anniversary
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Today is a big day, as it marks the 20th anniversary of SNES Central. Little did I know when I created a basic, yellow coloured website with frames in my university dorm room, that it would morph into a large database that is used by countless SNES fans. I thank everyone for visiting, and for the many contributors that made this all possible!

2020 was a pretty tough year for me, so I did not make as much progress on the site as I had hoped. However, I have made some progress on creating a database system for SNES Central. There is quite a bit of work left to do, but I can report that progress is being made and I am hopeful that by this time next year that it will be ready and that content will be moved to it. By having a database system, it will become substantially easier to update this site, which in its current form is difficult to link and track things.

As a bit of a content update, I decided to make some short pages on a few of the unreleased SNES games that have come out during the past couple of years. Enjoy!

September 30, 2020
Super SWIV prototype
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I recently purchased a prototype of Super SWIV. It turned out to be an almost final prototype of the Japanese version of the game. I wrote up a short article for the release.

August 2, 2020
Super NES Mouse Check Source Code
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This is the source code to get the Super NES mouse working. It includes a diagnostic program to test the mouse. Many thanks to Frank Cifaldi and The Video Game History Foundation for preserving this, and Luigiblood for assembling the binaries.

July 5, 2020
DSP1Demo Source Code
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I'm have written an article about an official DSP1 demo that was created by Nintendo. The source code was originally written in mid-1992, and the comments translated to English in early 1993. Many thanks to Frank Cifaldi and The Video Game History Foundation for preserving this, and Luigiblood for assembling the binaries.

June 6, 2020
Nine PCB boards added
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I have received nine PCB boards that were not in my last update, bringing the total to 179. These include some prototype boards, and some additional variants. Thanks to Matthew Callis, phonymike, gornway, Zakaria Mahdaoui, marvelus10 and Markfrizb for the contributions.


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