Planet X3 - Review Of A New Real Time Strategy Game For The IBM PC
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Retro video game homebrew is an ever maturing market. Talented coders spend a ton of hours getting their games into a playable state and bugfixed, small teams combine their talents to handle differing workloads (graphics, sound, programming) and the result is hopefully a video game that will sell enough copies to make it worth all the effort. Homebrew software has become popular with console platforms like the NES, Atari 2600, ColecoVision, Intellivision and Sega Genesis. Homebrew software for personal computers has not quite taken off as the more popular consoles. Nonetheless there are talented individuals making homebrew software for the IBM PC compatible MS-DOS platform. Today I am going to review the latest homebrew game for the IBM PC and compatibles, 8-bit Guy's Planet X3, identify its strengths and weaknesses, determine how well it met its design goals and postulate on its role in the evolution of PC homebrew.
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