Evercade 08: Mega Cat Studios Collection 1

A collection of modern indie games for Blaze’s Evercade retro gaming handheld.

Games included

Super Painter
Coffee Crisis
Little Medusa
Old Towers
Creepy Brawlers
Almost Hero
Log Jammers
Justice Duel

Articles about Evercade 08: Mega Cat Studios Collection 1

Evercade A to Z: Tanzer - You can dance if you want to, and leave your friends behind. In fact, you’ll have to, since Tanzer is a single-player game — and one of the most exciting games in the Evercade’s launch lineup. Taking on the role of some sort of cybernetic ballet dancer fleeing a deadly plague, it’s your job to … Continue reading Evercade A to Z: Tanzer
Old Towers: Up and Down and Side to Side - As we’ve seen a few times already, the Mega Cat Studios Collection 1 cartridge for the Evercade retro gaming platform contains some great examples of new games written for classic platforms. A favourite of many players is Old Towers, another game from the Russian collective RetroSouls, who specialise in high-quality short-form games for old-school systems ranging from … Continue reading Old Towers: Up and Down and Side to Side
Evercade A to Z: Multidude - One of the nice things about the Evercade is how it’s not only bringing us new opportunities to enjoy classic games, it’s also fully embracing the “new games for old platforms” indie development scene. A specialist publisher in this part of the business is Mega Cat Studios, who make it their business to pick out … Continue reading Evercade A to Z: Multidude
Log Jammers: Less Wind, More Log - One of the most common arguments in favour of pocket-sized handheld gaming devices is that they’re eminently suitable for bite-sized nuggets of gameplay that will keep you distracted for a few minutes at a time. The Evercade retro gaming platform is no stranger to this concept, with plenty of the games across its complete library … Continue reading Log Jammers: Less Wind, More Log
Super Painter: Simpler Times - The platform game genre has been around for many years at this point, and, like most other types of games, it has gradually increased in complexity as time has passed. That hasn’t always been for the better, however. While the shift to 3D with titles such as Super Mario 64 was praised as a huge leap forwards … Continue reading Super Painter: Simpler Times
Multidude: One-Player Co-Op - Have you found it difficult to get together with friends lately, perhaps due to a global virus pandemic? Are you missing the joy of cooperating with your fellow dudes, and open to an electronic surrogate? Then do I have the game for you. Multidude is a short puzzle adventure by Russian developer RetroSouls. It was originally … Continue reading Multidude: One-Player Co-Op


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