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Dreamcast Chus On An NES


The newest in the demake stakes is a port of ChuChu Rocket to NES from Dreamcast:

There is no sound or music yet.

It does not yet keep track of which levels you have cleared.

Puzzle mode is basically complete.

Stage Challenge mode isn’t finished:

* Missing the 30 second time limit
* The 100 mice and Cat Soccer levels don’t do anything.

There is no multiplayer mode yet.


* Start or A: Confirm or select something
* B or Select: Cancel or go back
Puzzle Mode:
* A + Arrow: place an arrow, replace an arrow, or pick up an arrow
* B: Take back the latest placed arrow
* Select: Quit, or return to puzzle mode if the game is running.
* Start: Set the game in motion! Also toggles double speed mode while the game is running.
Stage Challenge:
* A + Arrow: place an arrow. You can only have 3 on at a time, and can not place arrows on top of another. Arrows last for 10 seconds before they expire.
* Select: Quit

Emulator Compatibility:

Works great in FCEUX, Nintendulator, Nestopia, VirtuaNES, QuickNES, Mednafen.

Grab it here.

  1. kog3100_edw
    06/23/2010 at 16:28

    Cripes, Chu Chu Rocket was a great ol’ game!

    • ECM
      06/23/2010 at 19:04

      Yup, it was pretty swell, wasn’t it?

  2. 06/23/2010 at 20:01

    It needs to be released again, with online connectivity, and with new puzzle boards.

  3. kog3100_edw
    06/23/2010 at 20:05

    Careful. Part of what made the DC one great was its simplicity.
    If they release one now who knows what sort of complications and additions will have to be made to supposedly appease the achievement generation.

    Though I’ll admit Sega did a bang-up job on Afterburner Climax.

    • ECM
      06/23/2010 at 21:22

      It’d be 3D. And have lots of blood. And tits. And guns. And mice. On steroids. Fighting off an alien invasion of monstrous cats.

  4. 06/23/2010 at 20:31

    You can’t f%*# up Chu Chu Rocket. Well, unless you stuck it on an iPhone or something.

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