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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Ishi's Doctor Who Platformer and Johnny Platform's Biscuit Romp (for Nintendo DS, pictured) are now available for download. [source: Retro Remakes]

Jonathan Mak has compiled a list of previews of Everyday Shooter and posted it in the Queasy Games forums.

Blackwell Unbound is now available for pre-order.

On his BBS, Pixel hints that development work for the new RPG has begun.

Variant Interactive (Cave Story PSP port) seems to have disappeared from the face of the Earth.

Danmaku Gata will be relocated to a new URL due to contents from the old site being deleted by their hosting provider with little notice. The administrators have indicated that a new web site will be created before Comiket 72 (August 17th). [post translated]
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/12/2007 11:57:00 AM:  
I'm glad Danmaku Gata is still around, I've been worried about it the past few days.....

Best doujin shmup news site EVAR!
Blogger whitebrice said at 8/12/2007 05:47:00 PM:  
Man, I hope Variant is gone for good.