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Actually retro games!

May 5th, 2014

Ludosity at RSM14

Hello there! We recently made a couple of games for Retrospelsmässan, a retro game fair in Gothenburg. These are actual ROMs that run in emulators and on the real hardware.

Mattias and Anton made Tiger Jenny, a NES/Famicom game based on characters from the credits sequence in Ittle Dew. You can get the ROM here, and the source code here!

(To play this game, you’ll need a NES/Famicom emulator like FCEUX, or a cart like Everdrive N8.)

Mattias made Questforge, an Atari 2600 game. Get the ROM here, and source code here!

(To play this game, you’ll need an Atari 2600 emulator like Stella, or a cart like Harmony.)

Daniel made J.Ö.R.G.E.N., an Atari 2600 game. Get the ROM, source code and included Stella emulator here!

Anton made Atarena, an Atari 2600 game. Get the ROM here!
For more information on how these were made, this guide is what Mattias used when making Tiger Jenny. We also used Batari Basic when making the Atari games.

There were more games shown at the fair, but the makers don’t consider them complete enough to release yet. We hope you like the games!

The New Homepage and Logo

December 9th, 2009

Hi and welcome to the new Ludosity Interactive site.
I thought that with this blog post I would explain why we have chosen to change our homepage and logo. I’ll try to keep it short, so let’s start with the homepage.

The Homepage

We wanted to create an easy navigated homepage with simplified design and also be able to update the homepage from wherever we are. So the whole homepage is built with WordPress system for easy and accessible updating. We also chose brighter colors to match our future needs and customer. Since we are a serious game company we think this new color theme is more attractable for our business2business.

The Logo

The logo is designed as a play button. Ludosity, which comes from the Latin word ludus, mean to play or games, so we chose to design our new logo to look like the play button icon which should tell that Ludosity Interactive is a game company. The logo is colored in blue and orange and you can also see two letters in the logo, the L and I of Ludosity Interactive.

The homepage and logo was created with the help of our friends at Grebban Design. The co-operation with the guys worked flawless and they were always easy to get a hold of. And it is also a benefit that they sit about 100m away from us 🙂

Site configuration

June 8th, 2009

Hello, You!

Welcome to Ludosity Interactives blog portal!

Currently we are configuring our website to host a forum and a blog (that’s what you’re reading right now).

Here at the blog you will be able to read what we have to say about ongoing projects, events and happenings. From time to time, developers like me will voice out about stuff that we think are cool for you as a player and a fan to read about.

At the forum you can voice your own opinions, talk with other players and get to know the guys behind the scene better. We listen to requests from players, be it some awesome feature you’d like to see in our next game, or maybe you want to see something new on the website? You are in the center of our mindset, and our ambitious goal is to create the games that you want to play.

Stay tuned and don’t forget to bookmark us!