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NESWORLD 20 YEARS ONLINE!
September 1st, 2015 - 2:43 pm - Posted by Martin 0 comments

Oh my! Today is NESWORLDs official 20th birthday. While the site actually went online a few days early back in 1995, today it’s officially 20 years.

It all began back when I was studying, originally NESWORLD was an e-zine with horrible spelling, yeah even worse than now, but as the NES Journal as it was called was text only, I really wanted to take a different route, so pictures could be added.

A classmate of mine back then often spoke about opening a website called Binary World, something with Amiga antivirus stuff we was co-coding, if I remember correctly. Well I decided to borrow the “world” part and NESWORLD was on its way to the internet.

Back then I had no access to the Internet from home, so the very first version of the site was brought to school on a single 3.5” floppy and then uploaded to my account on the schools Unix server.

Over the years the site went through several graphic updates, some for the better and some for the worse, not everything about NESWORLD was just the info about Nintendo, but I had a lot of fun making graphics and messing around with HTML, one of the main reasons for the many visual changes.

When I left school the site was facing closure as I had no place to move it to, but fortunately an online friend stepped forward and the first of many homes for NESWORLD was a reality. Over the years NESWORLD was hosted at places and some are actually still available on archive.org

https://web.archive.org/web/19990225162709/http://www.internet1.net/~nesworld/

https://web.archive.org/web/20001109032300/http://nesworld.parodius.com/

Finally, after many website relocations, NESWORLD was hosted by the Parodius Network for many, many years, but it sadly came to an end in April 2012, as Parodius would close in August that year. For the first time ever, NESWORLD would from then on be hosted at a web hotel, by A2 hosting, where it still sits today.      

Along with NESWORLD I have also had a few other website projects going, like Classicon – a multi console website that never really got off the ground, even earlier I think I had a site in the works called GB Zone which was, guessed it? A Gameboy site, heh.

The most successful other project was 64scener, a “scene” site back in the Nintendo64 hey-days. It was a lot of fun to make especially as things were happening as I was updating, unlike NESWORLD which was all things of the past. I had a lot of fun making 64scener, but I also have to be honest and admit that it did take a lot of focus from NESWORLD.

64scener closed in 2014 after many years in hiatus, when the Nintendo64 era came to an end the site did switch to Gamecube, Gameboy Advance and such and with great success, but once that was over as well, I kind of lost interest and also didn’t really know in what direction I wanted to take the site.

Today NESWORLD is also in a sort of hiatus, I am now married with no less than 3 kids, house owner and the energy just isn’t there to publish stuff on a regular basis, the site is not dead and I’m sure updates will pick up at some point as there are lots of things I still would like to explore.

Anyway that’s it for now, if you would like to read more “in depth” about the history of NESWORLD, please visit the slightly outdated “history of NESWORLD” on the left.

Well as a last note I would like to thank every one out there who have visited NESWORLD over the years, those who frequently visited the forum and made it an awesome place to be, all who have supported me and the site over the years, especially Jeremy Chadwick of Parodius, without him the site never would’ve made it this far.

- Martin

EVERDRIVE64 V3 REVIEW
June 17th, 2015 - 4:27 pm - Posted by Martin 0 comments

I'm finally ready to publish my Everdrive64 V3 review, although it might get a few tweaks over the next few weeks, it pretty much sums up my thoughts of this device.

Why not check it out here...

http://www.nesworld.com/article.php?system=n64&data=n64-everdrive64-v3

64DRIVE FIRMWARE 2.01 RELEASED
May 9th, 2015 - 12:23 pm - Posted by Martin 0 comments

Marshallh has released a firmware upgrade for the 64drive, the improvements are...

  • Improved SD controller compatibility.
  • Pokemon Stadium 2 savefix fully transparant to the console
  • Fixed stability problem in USB mode.

Remember that the 64drive now can be upgraded directly from the unit, if you have firmware 2.0 installed.

For more info and firmware download, please visit http://64drive.retroactive.be/support.php

3DS DEMO CART SECTION UPDATED
May 9th, 2015 - 9:45 am - Posted by Martin 0 comments

Yet another demo cart section update. A new European 3DS Demo cart is out, "Puzzler Dragons Z + Puzzler Dragons Super Mario Bros Edition" and I've been fortunate enough to snatch a copy (buy one).

Also updated with scan of the US "Style Savvy Trendsetters" demo.

http://www.nesworld.com/article.php?system=3ds&data=3dsdemocarts

64DRIVE MENU V1.12D RELEASED
April 22nd, 2015 - 2:57 am - Posted by Martin 0 comments

Marshallh has once again updated the menu for the 64drive.

BUGFIXES:
  •  Improved background skinning, minimizing slowdown
  • Added auto-save support for three more Japanese titles
  • Reworked CIC detection. Lylat Wars is now 7102.
FEATURES:
  • Supports Aleck64 bootcodes. Note that those games may still need to be patched due to dip switch and  arcade functionality the N64 does not have.
  • Supports 8303 CIC.
  • Basic support for future 2.xx firmware upgrades, now you can upgrade without needing a computer.
     

DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE HERE

N64 RELEASE LIST UPGRADE
April 12th, 2015 - 4:59 pm - Posted by Martin 0 comments

An update of the N64 release list has been made, the list should now be easier to read, the N64 game details page is soon to follow...

http://www.nesworld.com/article.php?system=n64&data=n64releaselist

GAMEBOY TEST CART REPRODUCTION
April 7th, 2015 - 1:44 pm - Posted by Martin 0 comments

Over at ASM Retro they've created a reproduction of the classic Gameboys test cartridge, something that was only available to certified repair centers and as such they're pretty hard to find today.

The first batch of carts is $15.99 each and can be ordered here.
http://asmretro.com/testcart

This is not paid advertisement, but a release I think is cool... the Gameboy isn't getting a lot of love homebrew/reproduction wise these days :-/

GAME NAME CHANGES (N64)
April 5th, 2015 - 4:48 pm - Posted by Martin 0 comments

So I've just realized that I some 2 years ago I began working on a new section for the site, N64 games with name changes. However for some unknown reason it never saw the light of day... until now, so I hereby present to you... N64 Games with Name Changes...

http://nesworld.com/article.php?system=n64&data=n64renamed

NEW NES HOMEBREW - THE RISE OF AMONDUS (DEMO)
April 2nd, 2015 - 9:30 am - Posted by Martin 0 comments

A demo of the upcoming Sly Dog Studios release, The Rise of Amondus! , has been released.

The Rise of Amondus is a side-scrolling shooter-style game with a collecting element involved in the gameplay. You control Amondus, Charwit, and General Rant to storm the Primwoods and capture goblins that Amondus uses to his advantage in The Mad Wizard! Coming soon for the Nintendo Entertainment System!

DOWNLOAD THE DEMO HERE

More info on the game is available on the
Sly Dog Studios website

BEST OF NES HOMEBREW GAMES
April 1st, 2015 - 5:23 pm - Posted by Martin 1 comments

It's time to show you what I think is the best of the NES homebrew out there. This new page is divided into two groups, the games that are complete and free to download, the other section contains cartridge releases that are worth buying (if you ask me).

I hope this page makes it easier for to pick a game that's actually playable in the massive archive of NES homebrew released over the years.

This new page may be expanded with demos for cartridge releases later on, but feel free to give some feedback about what you'd like to see here or if I'm missing a great homebrew release (which I'm sure I do).

http://www.nesworld.com/article.php?system=nes&data=neshomebrew_bestof

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