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Watermelon Games Release New Mega Drive Shooter Papi Commando

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

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Watermelon Games have surprise-announced a new Mega Drive title called Papi Commando. Developed by Studio Vetea, the top-down shooter is reminiscent of games like Mercs and Ikari Warriors and is available to purchase right now by clicking this link.

At the time of writing, the limited edition boxed version has sold out, but the raw version which contains the cartridge, instruction manual and a paper insert for a clamshell case is still available to buy for only $29 before post and packaging. Another run of the game in a box is available for pre-order but it won’t ship until the 1st of January 2017.

Click here to be taken to the Papi Commando entry on Watermelon Games’ Magical Game Factory.

Watermelon Games to Publish New Mega Drive Game Sacred Line Genesis

Saturday, February 28th, 2015

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Watermelon Games will publish a new Mega Drive game called Sacred Line Genesis.

The new game is a visual novel/horror title developed by Sasha Darko. It is currently available to pre-order via the official website for $39. There is no release date at this moment in time.

Check out the first trailer below:

April 1st Activities Across the Community

Monday, April 1st, 2013

It’s April 1st and you know what that means? Playing pranks on each other! Below we’ve collected some of the activities going down on various SEGA community websites that we thought were worth sharing:

Project Diva Wiki Announces 3 New Games

The Project Diva Wiki have announced 3 new titles in the Project Diva series with one curious entry appearing on PSone!

The Sonic Stadium Reveals a New Layout

The Sonic Stadium have revealed an exciting new layout which is tailor-made for 56k modem users! Finally, you can enjoy The Sonic Stadium as you’d always imagine it would look on Geocities!

Watermelon Games Rebrand as Banana Games

Watermelon Games, the developers of Pier Solar have decided to re-brand and become Banana Games! The developer will have a new focus on digital games and have announced a $19.99 subscription service which will allow you to play Pier Solar Mini on Facebook!

SEGA of America Announce Re-Releases That Use Goat Processing

SEGA have officially joined in on the April 1st fun by announcing a series of re-releases that have been “enhanced” with “goat processing”.

We will update this entry as more April 1st updates come to light.

Yakuza Fan Reveal Pirate Spin-Off “Ryu Ga Gotoku Of Endless Tides”

Yakuza Fan have the exclusive news of a new pirate-themed Yakuza game called Ryu Ga Gotoku Of Endless Tides!

Pier Solar HD Announced for Dreamcast, XBLA, PC, Mac and Linux

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Charming 2010 Mega Drive RPG Pier Solar is getting a HD upgrade and is set for release on Dreamcast (alright, we know it isn’t a HD console), XBLA, PC, Mac and Linux.

The port is being funded by a Kickstarter campaign. When the campaign reaches $139,000 the project will steam ahead for a December 2013 release. The campaign has already reached $43,829 at the time of writing.

You can access the Kickstarter page from this link: CLICK HERE

WaterMelon’s Magical Game Factory Now Open

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

WaterMelon Games have opened a new website called Magical Game Factory. The developers of Pier Solar (the Mega Drive RPG released in 2011) are allowing users to invest in game ideas using a GEMS system on the website. The most popular game ideas will then be considered for development by WaterMelon Games. Not only will investors help fund the development of a game, but they’ll also be given access to pre-order the game early and even receive a special ‘Investor Version’ of the finished game once it’s complete.

Head over to the website now and have a look around. Click the factory tab to see what projects WaterMelon are currently looking into and invest in the one you are most interested in!

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