Old School NES and SNES Remakes

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  1. Richard Murphy

    Richard Murphy New Member

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    Looking for a good group of people to assist with remaking classic games. The first project I would like to start is a remake of Jurassic Park on the SNES by Ocean. It was a great game that was to much for the time. It implemented a top down open world while outside and once inside switched to FPS. Great idea but inadequate technology. With what we can do today I believe it has amazing potential. If skeptical go ahead and give it a try. I look forward to hearing from you and getting started.
     
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    drvLock New Member

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    I'd gladly remake the songs for the soundtrack in this game. If interested, you can listen to my portfolio at soundcloud.com/rssoundtracks
     
  3. MikeDX

    MikeDX New Member

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    I've got some classic games I've completed already on my site

    For the NES I have Balloon Fight, and for the SNES I have F-ZERO and MarioKart

    As far as the FPS part of Jurrasic park goes, there is a remake on my site also of Wolfenstein 3D, which is quite similar.

    In addition, I just finished a Pitfall! remake so as you can see I'm quite into these types of games!
     
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    Id be down for being involved.
     

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