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Discover an alien water world, scour for strange new resources, cultivate never-before-seen plant life, and uncover the planet&#;s lost history in this beautifully illustrated, hand-drawn adventur

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Mining Sandbox Adventure Game Core Keeper Open Alpha Begins Soon

An open alpha is coming for the mining sandbox adventure game Core Keeper. Players can download and play directly from Steam starting December 1st &#; 14th, The open alpha will give players

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Claustrophobic Cave-Horror Hidden Deep Beta Begins Today!

Claustrophobic cave-horror Hidden Deep starts beta testing today! Developer Cogwheel Software and publisher Daedalic Entertainment are holding a closed beta for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Hidden Dee

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PopReach Reveals Limited Beta for Android Title PAYDAY Crime War

Beta registration for PAYDAY Crime War now open for players worldwide, global launch set for PopReach Corporation (“PopReach” or the “Company” &#; TSXV: POPR, OTCQX: POPRF), a free-to-play ga

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GALAHAD Announces Details for Next Open Beta

Fire up your Lances! The third extended open beta for upcoming mech shooter GALAHAD begins tomorrow, November 12 and will run through Monday, November 22, giving players 10 days worth of action-p

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Dysterra Open Beta Two Details

Kakao Games will be opening up a second Beta round for Dysterra and you (and your audience) are invited to take part! The second beta for Dysterra test runs from November 15th &#; 22th, Sign

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RocketWerkz Announces Extra Beta Weekend for Sci-fi Survival Game Icarus

Sci-fi survival game Icarus is unveiling its desert biome this weekend as part of its ongoing beta weekends program. Icarus is a session-based survival game where players drop onto the broken terrafor

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Football Manager Early Access Beta Details

The time has arrived – the Football Manager Early Access Beta is now live on Steam and the Epic Games Store, allowing managers an early opportunity to kick-off their career in the digital dugout

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ELDEN RING Console Closed Network Test Details

ELDEN RING, the grand fantasy Action-RPG developed by FromSoftware Inc. and published by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. will be playable in a Closed Network Test planned during November 12th

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Survival Quiz City Open Beta 2 Details

Survival Quiz City, the multiplayer survival quiz action game from developer BANDAI NAMCO Studios and publisher Phoenixx, is letting contestants in early to test their wits in a limited-time open beta

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Beer Brewing Simulator Brewmaster Closed Alpha Details

Craft beer brewing simulator Brewmaster is hosting its first-ever closed alpha for PC on November 23rd &#; 29th, , and just dropped a brand-new gameplay trailer. Publisher Sold Out and develop

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World War 3 Pre-Order Details, Closed Beta Test November 25th

Tactical shooter launches pre-order packs that grant players participation in the Closed Beta Test from November 25th. arenaqq.us and The Farm 51 are proud to announce the Closed Beta Test (CBT) for the

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Super Mario 64 Beta Archive was a YouTube channel that claims to be an archival of unseen beta footage relating to Super Mario The channel features footage of the game in development, as well as unused music tracks and other content relating to Super Mario 64's development. As of recently, the Super Mario 64 Beta Archive has become dormant due to controversy.

Content

Videos on the Beta Archive channel usually show off beta or unusual discoveries relating to Super Mario None of these discoveries depict the anomalies many channels usually focus on, and instead hone in on original content. For instance, one of these videos shows off an anti-piracy screen for the game. The video calls this screen "rare" as it doesn't seem to exist in the circulated release, although others have stumbled across it[1].

Music

Video Title Changes
Scrapped_Starman_ThemeScrapped Starman ThemeA rendition of the starman theme first introduced in Super Mario Bros., only to be reused for the tracks Powerful Mario and Metallic Mario in Super Mario This rendition takes instruments from both of these tracks, most notably the first few notes are taken from Metallic Mario.

The video hypothesises that this track was intended for the cap power-up that would come from the Yellow Switch Blocks.

Early_Underground_ThemeEarly Underground ThemeA rearranged version of Hazy Maze Cave incorporating more elements of the Super Mario Bros. Underground theme with its own additions and changes. This rendition is akin to that of the version that appears in New Super Mario Bros. or Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.
Early_Castle_ThemeEarly Castle ThemeA rearranged version of Inside the Castle Walls, where the latter half is completely different.
Music_Tape_1Music Tape 1In this tape, there's three tracks instead of one. "Early Slider Theme" is a rendition of the Slider Theme, which according to the description was made based off the sheet music made by Koji Kondo, "Early Boo House" is a rendition of the Boo House theme from Super Mario World, according to the description it was a very early test of a Boo House song, dated very early in development, way before Spaceworld ' The last theme, "Early Bowser Theme", is a rendition of the Castle theme of Super Mario Bros., it's from the same time period as the previous track.
Music_Tape_2Music Tape 2Like Music Tape 1, this tape has many themes, but this time, it's five tracks instead of three. "Early Main Theme" is an earlier version of the overworld theme from Shoshinkai '95, "Early Wing Cap Theme" is an earlier version of Powerful Mario, made by Koji Kondo sometime in , according to the description it was an early attempt at arranging the Yoshi's Island starman theme, the third one, "Early Metal Cap Theme", is an early version of Metallic Mario, made a few weeks before Shoshinkai '95, made after the Starman theme (which is the Scrapped Starman Theme, which the creator assumed was associated to the Yellow Switch Blocks) was scrapped, the fourth one, "Early Boss Theme", is a rearrangement of the boss theme when fighting Bowser. The final one, "Early Star Appear Theme", is an early version of the jingle when a star appears.
Music_Showcase_3Music Showcase 3Similarly to the previous two videos, there's multiple tracks in this video, this time there's 10 track. The first three come from a CD, "Early Title Theme" is an early version of the title theme, composed early on, "Early Snow Mountain" is an early version of Cool, Cool Mountain (or Snow Slider as it was called at that time) and "Early Water Theme" is an early version of the Dire, Dire Docks theme (according to the description, it was made to test some composition work for the track). The other 7 tracks come from various cassette tapes, "Sound Programming Test" is an arrangement of Fantaisie-Impromptu by Chopin, made before Super Mario 64 was in active development, "Scrapped Clock Theme", a remixed version of the overworld theme, was an early track for Tick Tock Clock before it was taken out for memory reasons, "Boo Go Round" is an early theme for the Merry-Go-Round theme, which is the same track used in the final version but with different instrumentation, "Early Koopa Race" was an early version of the track when racing Koopa the Quick, due to memory issues, it got replaced with the Slider theme, "Key Get" is an early version of the jingle that plays when collecting a key, "Final Bowser" is a demo track that would've played in the Bowser fight in Bowser in the Sky which used a guitar and a sequencer and the last one "Credits" is a arrangement of the credits theme from Super Mario Bros. 3.

Render Showcase

Render_Showcase

The video Render Showcase is about showing off old and unseen renders relating to Super Mario These renders were presumably intended to be used in promotional material. The renders seen are as follows:

  • A poster which features Mario, striking the same pose as Sonic the Hedgehog in promotional artwork for Sonic Adventure. The bottom half of the poster reads "Yeah, we've got it too." while boasting about the Nintendo 64's library of games, accompanied with screenshots of Super Mario 64, Banjo-Kazooie, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Mario Kart
  • A render of Mario's head on a blue and white gradient background. Judging by its low quality and nature, it appears to be a test render, or a render intended for a Mario icon.
  • Another test render, this time of Metal Mario. This render was likely to test Metal Mario's reflective texturing, as he's put into an environment with a bright blue sky and brownish yellow floor.
  • The render of Mario and the unused enemy Motos, which was used in the channel's banner before it got changed. This render went unused because Motos was scrapped from Super Mario
  • A render of Mario walking from a white and blue checkered floor to what appears to be a red carpet. The background is blurry and appears painted, likely just being a backdrop. What this render is intended to represent is unknown.
  • A render of Mario on the tip of a tree. These trees bare resemblence to the beta trees found within the July 25th leak.
  • A render of Mario on a flying carpet, likely to represent Rainbow Ride. Interestingly, this render was reused on an image[2] circulated on some Discord servers hailing from a presumably lost event where six Mario statues could be found around America.
  • The next render stops the background music and fades in from the darkness. What this render depicts is unknown, but many have related it to Bowser; more specifically, this render looks similar to Baby Bowser in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. It is official that the video corrupted itself partway through so this may have been the result of it.
  • A render of Mario on what appears to be the bridge into the castle.
  • A render of Mario sitting atop the Nintendo 64 logo while looking at a cartridge. This render is used in the rare anti-piracy screen.
  • What appears to be an early version of Super Mario 64's box art. Here, Mario is flying atop a basic sky and doesn't have the Wing Cap.
  • A render of Mario in front of a background reading "SUPER MARIO ULTRA 64" for multiple lines. This render was used in the channel's profile picture before it got changed.
  • A render of Mario on a dark blue background pulling a peace sign.
  • A test render of Mario in a binding pose.

Early Castle Grounds

Removed Video

_Build_Rejected_Commercial_(Reupload)
_Build_Title_Screen_Theme_(FULL)_-_Super_Mario_64_Fan_Soundtrack

The video /07/29 Build Rejected Commercial was taken down off the Super Mario 64 Beta Archive channel, but can still be viewed with reuploads. The video features gameplay of an earlier build of the game featuring the music that Planet Bobstar ripped from the /07/29 build of the game. When Mario looks up at the castle, the footage corrupts and turns greyscale as the music stutters, before cutting out and ending there.

As disclosed on the community tab, the video was taken down due to the footage supposedly being altered before being sent to the owner of the account. In what way it was altered is still unknown, but this video should be regarded as false.

Controversy

The following section is non-canon and instead is about a serious situation that actually happened.

On January 12th , many creators who worked on Super Mario 64 Beta Archive in secret came out of the woodwork to voice their distaste for the leader of the project, as well as leaking internal files that was not supposed to be shown to the public. With this, it's unlikely that Super Mario 64 Beta Archive will continue to produce content.

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Video game "Doom 2" / "Doom II" for MS-DOS, The zip includes "DeathManager", a utility that helped setting up multiplayer games (IPX, modem or serial cable)
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Platforms DOS, Windows Published by Blue Byte Software GmbH Released Genre Compilation Description The Settlers II (Gold Edition) contains: The Settlers II: Veni, Vidi, Vici The Settlers II Mission CD A full world atlas Contest entries of fan-made custom maps From arenaqq.us Original Entry
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This is the classic Oregon Trail Deluxe!
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Also For Acorn bit, Browser, Game Boy Advance, iPad, iPhone, Macintosh, PC, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox , Xbox One Developed by id Software, Inc. Published by Apogee Software, Ltd. Released May 05, Gameplay Shooter Perspective 1st-person Genre Action Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic, World War II Interface Direct Control ESRB Rating Mature Description Wolfenstein 3D is an episodic first-person shooter and a follow-up to the top-down infiltration game Castle Wolfenstein . The game puts
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Developed by Brøderbund Software, Inc. Platform DOS Published by Brøderbund Software, Inc. Released Genre Adventure, Educational Gameplay Puzzle elements Interface Menu Structures Narrative Detective / Mystery Educational Geography, History Description This time you continue to catch Carmen Sandiego and her american gang in the U.S.A. Breaking from jail somewhere in Europe, she comes to yankees to steal their treasures. You as ACME detective have to travel from town to town on the tail
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" Doom is a first-person shooter game developed by id Software for MS-DOS. Players assume the role of a space marine, popularly known as Doomguy, fighting his way through hordes of invading demons from Hell."  - Wikipedia
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Developed by Armonk Corporation Platform PC Booter Published by Armonk Corporation Released Genre Simulation Gameplay Managerial / Business Simulation Description After a short job interview, you get hired to Mighty Microcomputer Corporation. You have only one goal in your mind: to become the president of the company as soon as possible! The game presents you with situations and problems which you must solve by choosing from multiple choices. After a series of questions the game evaluates
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Also For Amiga, Arcade, Game Boy, Game Gear, Genesis, SEGA CD, SEGA Master System, SNES Developed by Midway Manufacturing Company Published by Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. Released Genre Action Gameplay Fighting, Martial Arts Perspective Side view Visual 2D scrolling Description Five hundred years ago, an ancient and well respected Shaolin fighting tournament, held every 50 years, was corrupted by an evil and elderly sorcerer by the name of Shang Tsung. Shang was accompanied by Prince Goro,
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Also For Apple II, Macintosh Developed by MECC Published by MECC Released Genre Educational, Puzzle Perspective Top-down Educational Math / Logic Description Learn basic math skills with Number Munchers. Keep your Muncher away from the Troggles by munching on multiples, factors, prime numbers, equalities, and inequalities. If you can stay away from the Troggles and earn enough points, you'll be part of the Muncher Hall of Fame. From arenaqq.us Original Entry
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Aliens have landed in futuristic Los Angeles and it's up to the Duke to bring the pain and show them the door. After the initial entries of side-scrolling platform games,  Duke Nukem 3D  introduces a first-person perspective to the series and turns the game into a full-fledged shooter with D graphics. Duke's arsenal includes pistols, pipe bombs, laser trip mines, Nordenfelt guns, a chain gun and various rocket launchers, but also his mighty foot to kick enemies. The game sports a high
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Also For Android, Apple II, Arcade, Atari , Atari , Atari 8-bit, BlackBerry, Commodore 64, FM-7, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Game Gear, Intellivision, iPhone, MSX, Neo Geo Pocket Color, NES, Nintendo 3DS, Palm OS, PC, PC, PC, PlayStation 4, Sharp MZK///, Sharp MZB//, Sharp X1, Sharp Zaurus, TI/4A, VIC, Wii, Wii U, Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox , Xbox One, ZX Spectrum Developed by Namco Limited Published by Atarisoft Released Genre Action
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Also For Acorn bit, Amiga Developed by Westwood Studios, Inc. Published by Virgin Games, Inc. Released Dec, Pacing Real-Time Perspective Top-down Narrative War Misc Licensed Genre Strategy/Tactics Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Interface Point and Select Gameplay Real-time strategy Visual Free-roaming camera Description The planet Arrakis (also known as Dune for its sandy landscape) is the only place in the known universe where Melange (more commonly known as the Spice) can be found. The
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Platforms DOS, Windows Released Dec 06, Genre Adventure Perspective 1st-person, 3rd-person (Other) Narrative Adult Description Play the role of Richard, who hasn't had some action for the past two years! After watching some eventful TV, the over-ambitious hero decides to go to New York and try to score with a cast member of a popular TV series. Help Richard obtain his goal! Gameplay is still similar with its predecessor and other early Sierra text-based adventures. Type in 'verbs' to
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Developed by Dynabyte Platform DOS Published by Dynabyte Released Genre Puzzle Pacing Turn-based Interface Point and Select Gameplay Dating Simulation, Game Show / Trivia / Quiz Narrative Adult Description Late Night Sexy TV Show is an adult-oriented quiz show with dating sim elements. The goal of the player is to become the soulmate of one of the three other contestants. To do so, he or she must: (a) learn the other contestant's tastes and preferences, and (b) earn enough money to

Platforms DOS, PC Developed by Bruce Artwick Organization Ltd., The Published by Microsoft Corporation Released Genre Simulation Vehicular Flight / Aviation Description The fifth take on the Flight Simulator series. This version added SVGA graphics, textures in certain areas, sound card support, and two new flight areas, Paris and Munich. This was the final DOS-only release. From arenaqq.us Original Entry
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MS-DOS: Rayman by () Also For Android, Game Boy Advance, iPad, iPhone, Jaguar, Nintendo DSi, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP, PS Vita, SEGA Saturn, Wii U, Windows, Windows Mobile Developed by Ubi Soft Montpellier SAS Published by Ubi Soft Entertainment Software Released Genre Action Gameplay Platform Perspective Side view Visual 2D scrolling ESRB Rating Kids to Adults Description When a villain known only as Mr. Dark appears, trouble brews in Rayman's world. Mr. Dark captures the Toons
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Also For Amstrad CPC Developed by Titus France SA Published by Titus France SA Released Genre Action Gameplay Platform Perspective Side view Visual 2D scrolling Setting Prehistoric Description Prehistorik 2 takes up the story of its predecessor , for another caveman-era platform game. The hero must use his club to crush animal enemies, many of which then release bonus items to collect. He no longer needs to feed his clan, so there is no required minimum food target, unlike the original
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" Wolfenstein 3D is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Apogee Software and FormGen. Originally released on May 5, for DOS, it was inspired by the Muse Software video game Castle Wolfenstein, and is the third installment in the Wolfenstein series." - Wikipedia
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MS-DOS: The Need for Speed - Special Edition by () Also For Windows Developed by EA Seattle, Pioneer Productions Published by Electronic Arts, Inc. Released Gameplay Arcade, Vehicle Simulator Perspective 1st-person, Behind view Genre Racing / Driving, Special Edition Special Edition Extra Content/Game Interface Direct Control Vehicular Automobile, Street Racing ESRB Rating Kids to Adults Description Need for Speed: Special Edition adds two new race tracks (Burnt Sienna and
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Also For Macintosh, Windows Developed by Presage Software, Inc. Published by Interplay Entertainment Corp. Released Feb 23, Pacing Turn-based Perspective 1st-person Genre Strategy/Tactics Interface Point and Select Gameplay Board Game Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Description The game is a collection of board games, in which you play with Mario. He talks to you, playing Checkers, Go Fish, Dominoes, Backgammon, Yacht. Most of games can be played for Yoshis or Koopas - tribes of animals. From
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Also For Macintosh Developed by SimTex, Inc. Published by MicroProse Software, Inc. Released Sep, Genre Strategy/Tactics Pacing Turn-based Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Gameplay 4X, Managerial / Business Simulation, Turn-based strategy Description Master of Orion overlaps with Civilization insofar as you are the leader of one of several races. Technological advance, realm expansion and combat are all key elements. Where it differs is in being set in space. The planet Orion itself is a lush,
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Also For Amiga, Atari ST Published by Domark Software, Inc. Released Genre Simulation, Sports Gameplay Managerial / Business Simulation Perspective Text-based / Spreadsheet Interface Menu Structures Sport Football (European) / Soccer Description Championship Manager 93/94 is the successor to Championship Manager . The text-based interface remains the same, but several new features have been added to the game. Included now are reserve squads, transfers with international players and injury
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The general goal throughout the series is to complete the levels by strategically placing bombs in order to kill enemies and destroy obstacles. Exploding bombs can set off other bombs, kill or injure enemies, and destroy obstacles. However, they can also kill or injure the player character, destroy powerups, and sometimes "anger" the exit, causing it to generate more enemies. Most Bomberman games also feature a multiplayer mode, where other Bombermen act as opponents, and the last one
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Topics: dos, msdos, Bomberman, dyna

Doom Engine + WAD for The Ultimate Doom
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Platforms DOS, FM Towns, Macintosh, PC Developed by Jeff Tunnell Productions Published by Sierra On-Line, Inc. Released Genre Puzzle Perspective Side view Interface Point and Select Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Description The Incredible Machine is a puzzle game where the player has to assemble a Rube Goldberg-type contraption to solve a simple puzzle. The game consists of a series of puzzles, each having a simple objective, such as "put the baseball into the basket" or
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Also For Amiga, Atari ST, FM Towns, Macintosh, SEGA CD Developed by Lucasfilm Games LLC Published by Lucasfilm Games LLC Released Gameplay Graphic Adventure, Puzzle elements Perspective 3rd-person (Other) Narrative Comedy Genre Adventure Setting Fantasy, Sea Pirates/Caribbean Interface Point and Select Visual 2D scrolling Description Deep in the Caribbean lies Melee Island, ruled by the governor Elaine Marley. The cruel pirate LeChuck is deeply in love with her - so deeply that he refuses
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Platforms DOS, Windows Developed by Dinamic Multimedia, S.A. Published by Dinamic Multimedia, S.A. Released Genre Simulation, Sports, Strategy/Tactics Gameplay Managerial / Business Simulation Sport Football (European) / Soccer Description Since we already have two entries for titles on this series (Pc Futbol 6 and Pc Futbol 7) and I have this game in my personal collection I will like to describe this series as a whole instead of describing this single version. This series were started by
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Also For Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Arcade, Atari , Atari , Atari 8-bit, Coleco Adam, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, Dedicated handheld, Game Boy Advance, Intellivision, MSX, NES, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, TI/4A, VIC, Wii, Wii U, ZX Spectrum Developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd. Published by Atarisoft Released Genre Action Gameplay Arcade, Platform Perspective Side view Interface Direct Control Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Description Released in the arcades in , Donkey Kong was
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sonicsynergy

We&#;ve talked a lot in the past about the development of Sonic Boom, since its release, former employees of Big Red Button have posted tons of early development material regarding it&#;s development which indicate it was once a much larger and very different game.

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One such piece of evidence was a photograph taken inside Big Red Button showing what appeared to be an old logo for the game, however the name wasn&#;t quite clear and since then nobody has confirmed the name.

However, we now know what it is. Sonic Synergy was the original title for Sonic Boom, both the Wii U and 3DS version.

According to a website for Edward Moore who was a UX/UI design consultant for Sonic Boom, Boom was once entitled Sonic Synergy.

He describes his input on Boom as

High level User Experience & UI Design, Flash/Actionscript implementation for the majority of HUD elements, and Localization Production and Debugging.

Along with this are two UI diagrams for both the Wii U and 3DS version of Boom, these diagrams both contain the original Sonic Synergy title screen, as well as other early concept artwork for the game.

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Early access

Funding model in the video game industry

This article is about the video game industry term. For the clinical drug testing term, see expanded access.

Early access, also known as early funding, alpha access, alpha founding, or paid alpha, is a funding model in the video game industry by which consumers can purchase and play a game in the various pre-release development cycles, such as pre-alpha, alpha, and/or beta, while the developer is able to use those funds to continue further development on the game. Those that pay to participate typically help to debug the game, provide feedback and suggestions, and may have access to special materials in the game. The early-access approach is a common way to obtain funding for indie games, and may also be used along with other funding mechanisms, including crowdfunding. Many crowdfunding projects promise to offer access to alpha and/or beta versions of the game as development progresses; however, unlike some of these projects which solicit funds but do not yet have a playable game, all early access games offer an immediately playable version of the unfinished game to players.

History[edit]

Traditionally, Beta Games Archives, game publishers do not release unfinished versions of their products to the public, instead relying on in-house testing non-disclosure agreements. This prevents such versions from becoming the target of software piracy, and limits what information can potentially be shared with competitors.[1] As such, publishers will fund the full development of a game through its completion, but will be less willing to take risks on experimental titles. In some cases, publishers have found ways to allow players to win or buy into access into a game's beta state in a controlled environment. For example, an invitation to the beta version of the multiplayer portion of Halo 3 was bundled with the game Crackdown, Beta Games Archives, contributing to the latter's strong sales.[2]

For indie games, which are typically distributed without a publisher, the source of funding for development is not as readily available, Beta Games Archives. Many smaller indie companies use personal funds, while larger ones may get investments from other sources, and more recently crowdfunding programs such as Kickstarter or Patreon proven viable for both. Another difficulty for indie developers is the means of testing their games prior to release, lacking the resources of a publisher and not obtaining enough feedback prior to release.[1]

The concept of early access helps to alleviate both problems, Beta Games Archives. Early access to a game is typically offered when the game is in a playable state but may not be feature-complete, or may still have several software bugs to be found. Often these games are considered at alpha or beta releases, and may be months or years from anticipated completion. Interested players are able to buy into the development of the game, gaining access to the software in the working state, Beta Games Archives, and are encouraged euro truck simulator 2 full crack Archives play and stress-test the software. Their feedback can help the developer tune the game's direction, art, and software mechanics in anticipation of a final release. Once the game is released, the player either continues to have access to the software or is rewarded with a means to obtain the final release of the title and other extras, such as sounds, their name in the game's credits, or other rewards. These players help fund the game to completion, but take a risk that the game may never reach a final release.[2] A further benefit can come from preliminary word-of-mouth of a game in an early access state. As players are typically not limited by confidentiality agreements to participate in early access, these players can provide reviews on social media, Beta Games Archives, or play the game on streaming broadcasts, which subsequently can stimulate interest in the title.

One of the best-known early examples of this model is Minecraft. The game's development began in by Markus Persson initially for internet browsers that he developed alongside his full-time job. The alpha-version game proved popular enough that within the month of release, Persson added a means by which players could pay 10 euros (approximately US$15) to access the game, allowing him to continue its development. As sales of the game increased, he was able to quit his job about eight months later to work on the game full-time, founding Mojang to bring on a larger development team. Minecraft continued to offer early access throughout its development period, assuring those that bought into it would receive the final version for free, which happened in November Prior to this, Beta Games Archives, nearly two million players had purchased into Beta Games Archives alpha- and beta-stage releases, with over $33 million raised from these early sales.[3]Minecraft's success led to the early access approach becoming a popular way to publishing indie titles.

Approach[edit]

To help early access, some digital distribution storefronts have provided the sales and distribution mechanisms for developers to use to offer their titles under early access. While these stores take a small fraction of the sales for the service, they also handle complex issues with payments through credit card and services like PayPal, bandwidth for delivering software, redemption of keys for other digital storefronts, Beta Games Archives, and promotion within the storefront. The digital storefront Desura launched an alpha-funding initiative in to help indie developers promote upcoming titles.[4]Valve added an Registry Booster 2010 4.7.2.9 crack serial keygen access to Steam in Marchallowing developers to take advantage of the Steam storefront and the Steamworks API.[5] The storefront arenaqq.us began an early access program, "Games in Development" similar to Steam's in Januarybut staying true to their storefront's philosophy, maintaining Beta Games Archives rights management-free titles and providing more curation to vet the titles using the service. GOG further implemented a day, no-questions-asked refund policy for early access titles, which Beta Games Archives some of the risk for the potential buyer.[6][7]arenaqq.us introduced its Refinery early-access program in Maywhich allowed developers to choose from other early-access models, including limited-user alphas and by-invite-only betas.[8]

The Humble Bundle group has created a Humble Store that also provides storefront and distribution methods for indie gamers that wish to sell early access to games, and for developers looking to get on Steam, offers the ability to provide Steam redemption keys once these titles are listed at the storefront, Beta Games Archives, while also incorporating a method to allow players to pay or tip the developer in addition to the base cost.[9]

Video game console makers have also looked to the success of early access Beta Games Archives have created their own similar programs for their consoles' users. Sony Computer Entertainment stated in Beta Games Archives that they considering creating an early access program for independent PlayStation 4 developers following the Steam model,[10] and launched this approach in September with the game Dungeon Defenders II.[11] Microsoft similarly started Beta Games Archives Xbox Game Preview program in June for those users involved with the dashboard preview of the Xbox One console with plans to expand it fully to all users on both Xbox One and Windows 10; the Xbox Game Preview program differs from other approaches as the early access titles include a free game demo at the current state of development to give players a chance to test the game before buying. This service was launched with the early access titles The Long Dark and Elite Dangerous.[12]Google offers a similar Early Access program for the Google Play store for Android devices, starting in mid[13]

Though most titles that use early access are from independent developers, some AAA developers have used an early access approach to augment their normal development cycles. Codemasters used Steam's Early Access to help develop Dirt Rally; at a point where they had to make a go or no-go decision on whether to proceed with full development of a niche racing title, the company opted to use early access to offer a polished version of the game still in development to meter interest and gain feedback from players, correcting issues that players had had with previous titles in Beta Games Archives series. After about a year, Codemasters was confident to proceed to complete the game and producing console versions of it with their publisher alongside the personal computer version.[14][15]Ubisoft used early access to help complete Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms (previously named Ghost Recon Online) after the primary development work was complete, incorporating player response to fine-tune the final game.[16]

Early access is often tied in with other means of funding. Games that have used Kickstarter or other crowdfunding mechanisms often include early access Beta Games Archives backers, and later allow those that did not participate in the funding to buy into that early access, which helps to provide additional funds for further expansion. The term may also be used in a derogatory way to describe games released to the public at large under the DraftSight 2020 Activation key Archives they were completed games, but still required a high degree of patching or updates to resolve large numbers of software bugs or to add features missing at launch, even if this was not the intent of the developer or publisher. Full release games such as No Man's Sky, Beta Games Archives Effect: Andromeda, Beta Games Archives, and Sea of Thieves have been negatively labeled by critics as "early access" in this manner.[17][18][19][20]

For games that expect to be released as free-to-play with in-game monetization, Beta Games Archives, developers and publishers frequently offer a paid-for "founders" package that gives players early access to the game, including in-game currency, special equipment or other items that mark them Beta Games Archives founders they can use after the game's full release, and other benefits; further, any progress made during this period is retained when the game leaves early access, giving such players a head start over newer players. This approach has been used for games such as Paragon,[21]Dauntless,[22] and Fortnite: Save the World.[23]

Steam Early Access[edit]

The "Steam Early Access" release service (run by Valve), makes Beta Games Archives of proprietary Steam software for sales and distribution.[24] The program launched on March 20,and initially made 12 games available.[25] Before the games are released, the developers solicit feedback from Steam Early Access purchasers (who have contributed funds to the game's creation), to provide the needed input.[24] After its release, Valve planned to have titles taken from their Steam Greenlight program added to Steam Early Access, as well as adding titles which have already been accepted through Steam Greenlight.[26]

Notable games using Beta Games Archives access[edit]

In addition to Minecraft, the following is a partial list of games that have been considered successful uses of the early access approach:

Current[edit]

  • Scum, a survival game developed by Gamepires, soldunits on its first day of sale within early access, and reached over one million sales within three weeks later.[27]
  • Star Citizen, whose development started in and which was announced in through a Kickstarter campaign.[28][29][30]
  • Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, released on March 30,quickly became the largest launch of the year on Steam, achieving more thanBeta Games Archives, concurrent players.[31]

Former[edit]

  • Ark: Survival Evolved sold over a million copies within a month of its release in early access, and more than nine million by the time it fully released two Beta Games Archives later.[32][33]
  • Besiege was launched on early access without a strong campaign for gameplay, but had a great deal of visual polish that attracted users to the game. According to Steam Spy, Beta Games Archives, more than a million copies of the game were sold within the first year of it being on early access.[34][35] While it was one of the first games to use Steam's early access program init spent five years before having its full release in February [36]
  • Conan Exiles soldcopies within one week of release on Steam's Early Access, fully covering Funcom's existing development costs and allowing them to further refine the game with community input.[32] It left early access after about 15 months in Maywith more than one million sales prior to this point.[37]
  • Darkest Dungeon also used incremental updates during its early access, given the number of various gameplay mechanics systems it uses, and the developers, Red Hook Studios, had to handle a large volume of negative feedback upon the addition of one specific gameplay-changing mechanic they felt was critical to the game. The studio reported sales of overacross their early access period and a week after going live with their final version.[34][38]
  • DayZ, a multiplayer zombie-based survival game, gained more thansales within one week of being on Early Access,[39] and within a year, Beta Games Archives over 3 million sales.[40]
  • Dead Cells, a roguelike-Metroidvania mashup game, spent about a year and four months in early access, using feedback from players to fine tune features. Prior to its full launch in Augustits developers Motion Twin announced the game had sold overBeta Games Archives, units.[41]
  • Don't Starve used both its own early access approach as well as Steam's version to incrementally add features and obtain feedback from its player base, treating each new release as a new expansion to the game to keep players engaged during this period.[34]Klei Entertainment has used a similar early access development path for its subsequent titles Invisible, Inc., Oxygen Not Included and Griftlands.[42][43]
  • Fortnite by Epic Games used a paid early access period after two closed beta periods since around July ; those that purchased into this Founders' period would gain additional benefits once the game was released in full. Epic reported that more thanplayers purchased into this early access period within a week of its launch.[44][45] The game's early access period was completed on June 30, Adobe Animate CC 2019 Crack & License Key Full Free Download, spanning nearly three years, but Epic Games reneged on a prior promise to make its "Save the World" story mode free-to-play.[46]
  • Hades by Supergiant Games was released in early access alongside the launch of the Epic Games Store in December Supergiant provided regular updates and roadmaps to the game's development to players, as well as documented by NoClip, through its nearly two-year early access period. Nearlycopies were sold during the early access period, while anotherBeta Games Archives, were sold in three days after its Beta Games Archives release to push total sales over one million units.[47]Hades went on to win several game of the year awards for [48]
  • Kerbal Space Program followed a similar model to Minecraft and eventually moved onto Steam's early access program, where it sold millions of copies.[49]
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds released on Steam's early access program in late March with a focused plan to complete early access within six months through frequent updates, Beta Games Archives. Within six months, Battlegrounds had sold more than ten million copies and grossed over $ million in revenue.[50][51] By the time the game was fully released in DecemberPUBG reported over 30 million total players, a number buoyed by Beta Games Archives popularity of the game in China.[52][53]
  • Prison Architect was able to raise around eight million in revenue from more thansales of the game while still in early access.[54]
  • Slay the Spire was first released into early access in November by MegaCrit. The studio announced the deck-building game had reached over 1 million units sold by June [55]
  • Subnautica launched to lukewarm reception on early access in Decemberbut its developer continued to push forward on a very open development process, allowing users to directly see some of their project planning documentation and providing the means Beta Games Archives provide feedback directly from the game. This enabled the game to get Beta Games Archives through the early access process and gain favorable reviews, leading towards further release on console systems.[34]
  • The Long Dark, a wilderness survival game, Beta Games Archives, has had its early access users sharing their own adventures in the game's current sandbox mode on the Beta Games Archives forums, from which its developer, Beta Games Archives, Hinterland, has been quietly using to improve the game and crafting the game's planned story mode around some of this indirect feedback.[34]
  • Unturned, a zombie survival game, allows players to create content for the game in early access, which can be downloaded by players from the steam community workshop, and is sometimes added directly into the game by its developer.[56][57]

Failed games[edit]

There have been some notable examples of failures of the early access approach. The game Earth: Year was placed on Steam's early Beta Games Archives with numerous promised features, but found by those that purchased the title that the game has numerous programming bugs making it unplayable, that it failed to approach its promises on the product page and used a number of assets from the commercial game engine. Many users, including Jim Sterling of The Escapist,[58] called out on both its developer Killing Download Keyscape Crack Archives Studios for abusing the early access Beta Games Archives and for Valve to remove the title for fraudulently representing gameplay. Valve subsequently removed the title and refunded money, Beta Games Archives, noting that while developers using early access have the right to promote and set the pricing for their games, "Steam does require honesty from developers in the marketing of their games".[59]

Another example is the Spacebase DF-9; while the development team from Double Fine had laid out plans for several features and gameplay improvements over time, Double Fine opted to end its full-time development, completing its early access and releasing a final product that while fully playable lacked many of the planned features; the company will continue to fix critical bugs with the game and will include support for user modifications via Steam's Workshop channel but will not create any new content for the game itself, disappointing many players of the game that were looking forwards to these planned features. Shortly after the release of twelve employees were laid off including the programmer and project lead JP LeBreton.[60] Later on the Double Beta Games Archives forums it was announced that there were no further plans for patches and there was no team Download revoice pro crack mac Archives to the project[61] leaving Steam Workshop integration in limbo. Double Fine's Tim Schafer stated that they opted for this solution as while DF-9 represented their first experiment with the early access approach, they had reached a point where the amount of money earned from sales of the game in early access were not covering the production costs, and the timeline to reach the planned goals would have been several years down the road.[62]

Reception[edit]

Video game critics have generally developed policies to avoid doing final, scored reviews for games in early access, instead offering interim commentary on the game. Polygon states they feel that they should provide consumer commentary on any product that is being sold to consumers, but recognize that early access titles are still in-progress works and thus will handle these in a different manner than their normal product reviews.[63]Eurogamer, as part of an updated review policy, will only formally review retail versions of games after their release, though may give initial impressions of games still in early access development.[64]

Games still in early access have generally not been considered for the industry's top awards, since they have technically not yet been published yet and received in-depth critical reviews. However, the question of whether early access games can qualify for these awards was raised in when PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was nominated for several awards including Game of the Year for The Game Awards; at the time, Battlegrounds was nearing its first non-early access release, but had yet to officially publish outside it.[65][66]Gamasutra considered the concept of early access, particularly Steam's approach, as one of the five trends in that defined the direction that the video game industry was headed.[67]

The early access approach has been criticized by some; as noted by Ben Kurchera of Polygon stated that the early access model validates the use of unfinished games as a "valid business strategy".[68] While those that buy into the early access do get an incomplete game to play, test out, and provide input to the developers, these people also run the risk that the game will never be completed or may be a sub-par product.[69] A study using Steam's Early Access as of November found that only 25% of the titles submitted as early access had made it to a final release form.[70] Sergey Galyonkin, the creator of the Steam Spy tool Beta Games Archives estimate sales of games through Steam profiles, identified that contrary to popular belief, early access titles only gain one major sales boost - when the game is first released in early access on Steam - as opposed to having a second sales boost once the game leaves early access.[71]

Another concern related to early access is how long the title spends in that state. Most successful titles that have used early access typical remained in early access for about one year before a full release. Some have stayed in an early access state for multiple years, such as Kerbal Space Program and DayZ, and others have remained in a perpetual early access state, like Star Citizen. Consumers do not necessarily have assurance of when the early access period will be done, or if it will ever be considered complete.[20]

Due to some early access failures, such as Spacebase DF-9, by early access has gained a negative connotation, as games do not have the quality assurances of complete titles, and in the case of Steam's Early Access, the lack of curating and testing by Steam to make sure the games are representative of the storefront's description.[72] Some players also worry about the "double dip" effect, in which a game may be promoted twice, first through its introduction on early access, and then on its subsequent full release.[72] In NovemberBeta Games Archives updated its early access rules for developers to address concerns that had been raised. Among these include the statement that games on early access should be in a playable alpha or beta state, there are clear expectations of what the final product of the Beta Games Archives will be like, and that the developer intends to continue work on the game, and can be financial stable to ultimately release a finished product.[73] Sinceearly access has regained more acceptance as developers better tailor projects for release in this manner, typically by creating sufficient foundation for game to have its planned an entertainment factor and technical stability, and using early access to gradually release additional content and observe and adjust to emergent ideas that come from the early access player base.[74]

Other games have been considered by commentators to have used the early access approach well in light of the above concerns, typically bringing near-finished products with frequent and continual content updates and direct interaction between developer and players to improve the product before its final release. Games with roguelike features appear well suited to take advantage of early access, allowing the developers to tweak the procedural generation systems with player Beta Games Archives. Several titles that have used Steam's Early Access in such a manner include Invisible, Beta Games Archives, Inc., Nuclear Throne, Armello, Broforce, Prison Architect, Darkest Dungeon, Besiege, Infinifactory, Subnautica, and Ark: Survival Evolved.[75][76][77] This also helps in combination with early access games that gain popularity through streaming channels, as the developers not only get increased awareness of the game but can gain direct feedback from the streamer and their audience on game balance and improvement, such as reported by the developers for Hades, Slay the Spire, and Risk of Rain 2.[78]

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