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    Default My first Genesis game

    It's not a big thing, but i am excited to finally finish something that works, however basic it may be.

    It is a "free adaptation" of the Game & Watch "parachute" for megadrive. Simple mechanics and physics, the goal was not to do the last of us 3, but to learn how to use SGDK.

    It looks like this:



    The ROM is attached to this post. The source code can be found on my page, in case anyone is interested.
    Thanks to all the people who carry out projects like SGDK, and to all the community that supports it
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    I can't rep you, but that's really good. Well done.

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    I only wish my first Genesis game came out half this clean and polished.

    Very nice!
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    Well done! It's too bad the Genesis didn't have a paddle controller because your game would be perfect for it. I wonder if the Atari 2600 paddles are compatible with the Genesis? You can use a Genesis pad on a 2600, but I've never tried the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by profholt82 View Post
    Well done! It's too bad the Genesis didn't have a paddle controller because your game would be perfect for it. I wonder if the Atari 2600 paddles are compatible with the Genesis? You can use a Genesis pad on a 2600, but I've never tried the other way around.
    From what I've researched, no, the paddle doesn't work on the Genesis. I think it comes down to some special circuitry in the 2600 to handle the analog paddle.

    The next best choice is the Genesis/MD mouse. I've done a game in assembly that uses the mouse, but I'm sure SGDK also has some support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by profholt82 View Post
    Well done! It's too bad the Genesis didn't have a paddle controller because your game would be perfect for it.
    There is the Sega Mark III paddle controller.

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