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On the Affiliates
(2/4/2000) Three new websites and two
of our favorite links have been initiated into our QB Affiliate list. Here's
what they're all about.
QBasic City sound familiar to you?
If it does, then you know where AlienQB's QBasic Dungeon is coming from.
The QBasic Dungeon is a temple for QB arcade-style games, with ratings,
reviews, and awards given to the sites and games AlienQB believe deserve
it. If you like QB games based on Arcade classics like Pacman and Space
Invaders, this is a good place to look.
Master Creating Homepage
Okay, so maybe Master Creating has been
around since 1995. But these programmers from Germany have recently revamped
their QB game site to fit in the new millenium, and this time they're more
than just a game download site.
The first thing you'll notice about the
redesigned Master Creating Homepage is the sidebar they have placed
on the left, allowing easy access to their projects, Shadow of Power and
Diamond Fighter IV. But then you see even more changes; their new news
section now covers more than just Shadow of Power, and they've built a
series of Top ten lists for QB games, QB sites, and QB tools (all while
preaching that everything is ranked "By quality, not by votes!")
The result of these changes is a whole
new, organized Master Creating Homepage that seems to have its sights set
on developing a new series of high-quality video games while keeping a
steady eye on the QB world.
Pickers is yet another site that
concentrates on QB Arcade games. Going for more varied genres, Picker's
is a good house for BAS files for simpler games, like Whacking a Mole.
There are also some interesting sports titles here that I haven't seen
for myself, but are a rare genre to find in QB games. With 62 games currently
listed in their site, Pickers is certainly worth a look for arcade gamers.
LordQBasic's RPG page is aimed
for a larger demographic, offering RPG downloads and reviews for three
of his most favorite QBRPGs. This particular site has been around longer
than any QBRPG depot out there, and it's updated on a monthly basis. Still
a great reference for videogamers seeking some turn-based adventure and
Sneukeule's QBRPG page was one
of the first QBRPG pages I ever visited. It's a very impressive RPG archive.
Although it isn't updated very often there are a lot of rare finds in Sneukeule's
QBRPG Page in terms of QBRPG demos and demos still being developed for
QB. There are also quite a few interviews featured in the site with a few
QB programmers important to QB's history, some that have already moved
on from the hobby. It's interesting to find out what these people had to
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