Grand Theftendo, the game that started indie developer Brian Provinciano’s drive to create Retro City Rampage, is being shown today at Game Developer’s Conference 2011. The game is a demake of Grand Theft Auto III’s Portland area and runs on a Nintendo cartridge. Provinciano described the game as:
“a port of Grand Theft Auto III for the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It is Grand Theft Auto III running on an 8 bit, 256×240 resolution, 2 bit colour x 2 bit palette, 1.79 Mhz system, written entirely in 6502 Assembly Language! It includes the entire Portland city!”
See the entire press release after the jump.
Twisted Pixel just recently sent out some new screens and a video of the upcoming Ms. Splosion Man and it looks pretty “AWOOGA!” to quote the titular character. The game is currently being shown to press at Game Developers Conference and Twisted Pixel will also being showing Ms. Splosion Man and The Gunstringer at PAX East later this month. Catch the screens and gameplay video after the jump. See our previous coverage for more.