Archive for May 2015

TigerTails Gaming plays Atari 2600 Classics

Join TK and Hedgie in the latest episode of Talks Over Things as they tackle 6 of the games TK grew up with when he was a young thing. The family console was the Atari VCS, aka the Atari 2600, and it’s where TK cut his gaming teeth. Hedgie, on the other hand, had no such childhood and therefore is coming into these games for the first time.

Together the duo tackle Space Invaders, Jungle Hunt, Yars’ Revenge, Super Breakout, Circus Atari, and finally Warlords.



Music used in credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)

With special thanks to Atari Age for providing the scans of the box art used in the video.

TigerTails Gaming plays Beast’s Fury – Pre Demo 9a (2015-05-05)

TK and Angel Darksong are back again with the latest build of Beast’s Fury, a new fighting game in development for the PC. This version is 9a of the pre-alpha demo and was released on May 05 2015. In this episode our TK and Angel Darksong have a quick look at the Practise Mode, check out the new features added, and point out a couple of things that have broken since the last update. They also go into a little detail as to why you should be playing this version of the game over the others.

Beast’s Fury is a 2D fighting game involving anthro animal characters (think Brutal: Paws of Fury, only better), filled with hand-drawn character animation running at 60fps. Created by Ryhan Stevens, the full game will feature more characters and stages, fully animated cutscenes, online play, and much more.

Beast’s Fury website: http://www.beastsfury.com
Beast’s Fury on FurAffinity: http://www.furaffinity.net/user/beastsfurystudio/
Download the updated Pre-Demo here: http://www.evildogserver.com/share/BeastsFuryDemo_v9a_PC.zip
Or get the Mac version here: http://www.evildogserver.com/sha%E2%80%A6/BeastsFuryDemo_v9a_Mac.zip
There’s even a Linux version: http://www.evildogserver.com/sha%E2%80%A6/BeastsFuryDemo_v9a_Linux.zip
Get the T-Shirt: http://teespring.com/beastsfury

Music in this video is all in-game apart from the following:

Music used in the credits:
Fig Leaf Rag, by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)



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