Neotron Games

This page is made to be an archive of all games made by Neotron Games. We make these games for fun, and you are free to download them and spread them as much as you like. In most of the games the source-code is included, so you can learn from it, continue work on it or use parts of it in your own projects. All we ask is that you keep the archives downloaded from this page intact, toghether with their read-me's and everything else included. Games will be uploaded in the order they were made, so the further down the page, the older they get.

Have fun while playing our games!

Smallball in Changeland

Smallball in Changeland is the first game released by both of us in Neotron under the Neotron logo. It is a fast-paced arcade-game where you have to gather as much points as possible as quickly as possible. It was designed to have that "Just once more"-feeling which turned out quite well. There is also some very catchy music and some cool interactive backgrounds which a screenshot cannot do justice to. (The GP2X-version only has a limited part of them though.) Have a try, it can get quite addictive.

Thanks to BAFelton for the Caanoo port.

Current version : 1.2.
License : Custom - See README.

9 comments:

Kei said...

Hi! Nice blog! Let's exchange links!
http://kei-freegames.blogspot.com/

Action Games said...

Its a nice game and you have a nice stuff of blogs.

Neotron Games said...

Thanks to both of you!

Anonymous said...

tried windows exe - stderr.txt said ...
SmallBall: no existe o no es un DCB version 6 o compatible

this is probably really stupidly easy, but - where do I get dcb6?

Anonymous said...

pfft! nevermind!

posted to eagerly. was running from a link.

It's fine :)

Anonymous said...

wrong linux download link. Please fix it!! Thanx a lot

Imerion said...

Fixed!

klapse said...

Could you include source somewhere on your site? I would like to try an openpandora or N900 port of some of your games.

Imerion said...

Hi klapse!

Fun to hear you are interested in porting our games! Source is included in the package; it's the .prg file. You need Bennu to compile or run it. (www.bennugd.org)