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      Retro Development

      Finely Chopped Meat - The Mathematics of Retro Programming

      Finely Chopped Meat - The Mathematics of Retro Programming
      Working within the mathematical constraints of retro consoles like the NES can be difficult, but it will also make you a more creative programmer. All you need is the right techniques, like a butcher and his blade. Let’s examine how we can create movement mechanics within retro limitations.

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      Optimizing 16Bit Pixel Art for Classic Consoles

      Optimizing 16Bit Pixel Art for Classic Consoles
      In order to create console-accurate pixel art, there are many restrictions that an artist has to follow in order to make their work functional. We've talked about 8bit systems in the past but today we'd like to enter the 16bit era, and teach you how to create gorgeous art on these beloved consoles.

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      From Thousands to Hundreds: Exploring Memory Limitations in Retro Consoles

      From Thousands to Hundreds: Exploring Memory Limitations in Retro Consoles
      The memory capacity of a game cartridge has more to do with the amount of graphics it can handle or store. It affects the overall performance of the game, and what is possible for the game to do in terms of mechanics. This blog will offer a look at how these limitations can be overcome with creativity and planning.

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      Mashing Up and Diving Down: Techniques for Innovation in Lethal Wedding

      Mashing Up and Diving Down: Techniques for Innovation in Lethal Wedding
      With Lethal Wedding, we wanted to do more than simply merge the best of classic games with new game design. Our goal was to do something truly innovative, to break new ground with integrated game systems and revitalize stale genres.  

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