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Shisen Sho 100%   [2023]

Shisen Sho 100% Released by :
Genesis Project [web]

Release Date :
8 April 2023

Type :
C64 Game

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Scrap of Genesis Project
Music .... Stinsen of Genesis Project
  Xiny6581 of Dees Productions, Digital Sounds System, Genesis Project, Gheymaid Inc., Pretzel Logic, STARZ, The Solution
Graphics .... Scrap of Genesis Project
Design .... Scrap of Genesis Project
Concept .... Scrap of Genesis Project

SIDs used in this release :
Shisen Sho(/MUSICIANS/X/Xiny6581/Shisen_Sho.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Scrap on 20 April 2023
For players, who haven’t noticed it yet: the connection path for two tiles can actually cross the frame around the playfield. For example: a tile on the left side of the upper row can connect to a tile on the right side of that row by going up - right - down. Same for left, right and lower section of the playfield, off course.
User Comment
Submitted by KAL_123 on 9 April 2023
@Scrap, the music is indeed very good in this game :-) (SID would be cool by the way) and this click-tone i wrote about, could be integrated as an alternative option to the music (music or sfx). Would be better, than having total silence, in my opinion. Having both at the same time, music and a click-tone when tiles are turned, would also be cool (music+sfx, as a third option maybe) and i think, i would always choose this then. But not sure, if technically possible and how much influence a clicktone would have, to the soundquality of this SID, when played at the same time? Maybe in a future 200% version (like you wrote), together with a 2-player mode, when you in the mood for it someday?
User Comment
Submitted by Scrap on 9 April 2023
@KAL_123: Who would ever want to turn that music off... ;-) You are right, 2-Player mode would have been a fun option, that I somehow even didn’t think of... Maybe in the 200% version ?! ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by scapegoat on 9 April 2023
What a track to listen to :)
User Comment
Submitted by KAL_123 on 9 April 2023
Relaxing and nice game. I only miss a click-tone, when i turn tiles around, especially when the music is turned off. Apart this, great little puzzler. A 2-player option would be cool by the way, for example in a way, that it's your turn one after the other and you only have a limited amount of time, to find same tiles etc. Whoever turned over more, at the end of a round, is the winner then. Something like that would be awesome. When i remember right, the Amiga game "Lin Wu's Challenge" has something like this and this mode is actually the most fun there.
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 8 April 2023
Nice bug fix!
User Comment
Submitted by Scrap on 8 April 2023
Unfortunately the initial release had a bug that could cause glitches in the music. Xiny’s music deserved better, so here is the bugfixed version of the game.
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