Thanks for the release. If you please, try to do an appropiate ROM dump so the game can be preserved more accurately, and in .bin format if possible.
Anyway, there will be more ROM dumps in the future, so if you guys aren't digging this one I'm sure you'll like something else we have. Matt and I have (what I believe is) the 2nd largest NES proto collection around, and plenty of other Genny stuff too, so stay tuned for more releases!
Bimini Run was released in fall 1990. These two unreleased games, on the other hand, were oriented for release circa 1991, so it makes sense the games couldn't even be finished (Swamp Thing isn't a complete game either) because the company was already going out of the water.
I appreciate the release, don't worry. I just said it would be better to have the ROM as accurate in size and format as possible. If you are not able to appropriately dump the ROM without having to butcher the cartridge, then it's ok.
If its an overdump.. could that mean there's the remains of another game in that data?
wouldn't be the first time unknown stuff was found like that.
Another run-of-the-mill Genesis proto doesn't really interest me that much. Now if Mark and Beagle could pull an unreleased 32X proto out of that hat, Segaage would more than deserve it's place in the Sega community.
Never dabbled in the 32X stuff myself, but we've got a few more Genesis titles we'll be releasing over time, some cool proto box art, unreleased games, and works in progress. Stay tuned, if you're into pre-release Sega stuff you're bound to like something we release.
I am always very grateful for new dumps because without generous people like you, those games, even if they are shitty, would have been lost forever but I think that for the sake of accurate preservation, and contrary to what has been done in the early days of emulation scene, dumps should be verified before released.
Thanks for sharing! I hear so many stories about people getting protos and just sitting on them so they can be elite or whatever. It's cool that someone's actually making an effort to get them out there.
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