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 Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril
 
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Special T @ 2011-03-03 10:36:12

Would Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril be considered a homebrew game or would this game be included in the no-intro set?

I just saw that someone released it on Underground Gamer so I figured I'll ask just in case.
BigFred @ 2011-03-05 17:36:45

Looks like a homebrew as it comes from a private person. It should at least come from a registered company. But I'm not sure how well this rule works and if it is accepted.
wilde219 @ 2012-08-05 20:20:31

It is a (Unl) Game???

http://sivak.nintendoage.com/
http://www.retrousb.com/product_info.php?cPath=30&products_id=86
wilde219 @ 2013-03-22 08:04:26

But "Pier Solar and the Great Architects" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pier_Solar_and_the_Great_Architects) is a homebrew game too and it is now in the "Sega - Mega Drive - Genesis Set"!?
khaz @ 2014-03-21 05:24:04

The line between homebrews and professional games is becoming blurry with the rise of self-published indie games. The need for a "registered publisher" is long gone on Steam and all three current consoles manufacturers have dropped their requirement to have independent developers signing with an approved publishing company for their digital releases. Besides, the whole point of being indie is not to rely on a publisher's money.

I suggest that as long as the game is sold in a physical media it should be included in the list. They're definitely unlicensed though.
PiF32 @ 2017-01-16 14:45:25

I agree with khaz about "that as long as the game is sold in a physical media it should be included in the list". Games like Dorque & Ymp and others coming for snes and genesis will get enough quality to be conserved.

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