Basilisk - SNES
A downloadable game for Windows
Basilisk is an unfinished RPG for the Super Nintendo, now mostly stable and playable through the very old SNESy+ Emulator. You play as a noble Knight from the old Kingdom, sent down to solve the famine.
Controls are written in the options dropdown box.
This game is not an actually a snes game or emulator, but is styled as such. No illicit materials or copyright infringement was made in it's creation.
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- UpdateFeb 07, 2022
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The only thing I have to say is "poopy head"
really interesting experience
Обновления ещё будут ?
Was pretty fun, thanks for the game :)
i had to use save states to change levels i couldn't figure out how to get out of the first area without save states
This seems very... strange. Is this some kind of an ARG or something?
UPDATE: Okay there's DEFINITELY something going on here. Was wandering around in one of the Save States (I think it was 1 or 4?) , and found one of those old-school computers. It made a bunch of beeps, which I think were morse code.
Very bizarre that you deleted the other conversation about Super Castlevania IV being hidden in the .smc.
Good games are creepy
I enjoyed this a lot. It was different and there is something incredibly creepy about unfinished horror games. Great work!
To say the truth, I dunno what I was thinking trying to stuff the '.smc' file into 'another' emulator...
That said, fricking awesome. It does bring back memories of trying unknown games and trying to figure out where to go without manuals or prompts. The save states are a cool feature.
I wonder if it's an FX Chip game or uses mode7 heavily...
Awesome game and good job dev on coming up with this idea, it was a very cool experience. ->
KIRA makes game, I love KIRA game :) seriously this was pretty creepy without much context
Unfinished Playthrough (No Commentary)
Made a video
Gave it a 'somewhat short' Let's Play, can tell either its 'Literally incomplete' or, 'Lore-wise' is incomplete and I'm just scratching the surface of what this is meant to be, curious as I am.
Cute concept. Main thing that took me out of it a bit is the turning speed. I also kinda expected Z or X to be the interact button since that's what I was used to on old SNES emulators. Other than that, though, the idea of a fake emulator loading up ROMs is pretty neat.
I very much enjoyed this experience.
Do you mind if I make a discord server for this game? It appears there is more than meets the eye, pun not intended but welcomed.
lets fucking go