Frank Wille updated the initial Sqrxz game for Amiga OCS to run in full smooth 50fps! v1.3 is now ready for free download! Enjoy and feel free to give us feedback! The CDTV and HD-Install versions will remain v1.2 as the technology used in v1.3 is not compatible and would require lots of adjustments.
Thanks to Vanavel we do now have Sqrxz, the very first Sqrxz game, remade by Retroguru and initially created by Marcus Vesterlund (Maze) and John Holmvall (Hojo), for the Raspberry Pi! Head to the download section and start up your Rapsberry Pi!
Thanks to Bruno Marie (Gameblabla) Sqrxz 3 hits your TI Nspire CX!
With the port of Sqrxz (Remake), the very first part of the series, Oibaf has completed the port of the Sqrxz-Quadrilogy to Nintendo’s GameCube! Thanks Oibaf!
Alexander Wiklund, music artist for the Retroguru games Sqrxz 2 and 3, released his OST of the game Action Hank. Support him and buy :)
Thanks to Bruno Marie (Gameblabla), Sqrxz is heading back the way it came from, to an calculator! Sqrxz 4 has been ported and is now ready for your TI Nspire CX! Backports of the first three parts are very possible and might happen over the next few weeks.
Yet another Retroguru release! Fabio Olimperi was so kind and brought Sqrxz 2 to the wonderful GameCube. As you have already recognized by now, we seem to reverse-release all Sqrxz parts for GameCube, so next up in a few days… the very first part of Sqrxz! For now… enjoy Sqrxz 2!
Simon Butler, the great guy who did pixels on basically all Sqrxz parts released so far, started his own little project. It’s a children book named “The Little Things in Life” and is currently active on Kickstarter for the next four weeks! Kindly have a look at his project and consider donating to his project! Sqrxz would be possibly not what it is without Simon!
Still frustrated that there are no new homebrew games for your GameCube? Your GameCube is lonely? Why not trying the brand new port and initial release of Sqrxz 3 for Nintendo’s GameCube?! Thanks to Oibaf for the port!
Retroguru adds up the Nintendo GameCube to the list of supported systems. If you own a GameCube, you may now enjoy Sqrxz 4 on it. Thanks a lot to Fabio who even had personal expenses to buy hardware and make the GameCube dream reality!