Tropers / Hyper Emerson

Hello. I'm the internet denizer who writes the The Twosday Code blog. I'm currently working on a Sonic fangame named Project Spikepig. Check it out sometime.

I've been around this site for a while, entry pimping a few pages on indie and retro games. Notably, I had to handle almost all of the pages regarding Donald Duck games because all you care about is Quackshot. The page for Sonic Robo Blast 2 is one of those I'm most fond of, as it was able to grow without my input.
    Entry Pimps 
  • Project G
    • A freeware fighting game that for some reason features Zero from the Mega Man X series as a playable character. My thanks to Rodrigo Shin of Ácido Cinza for reviewing the game in the first place.
  • Genetos
    • A freeware shoot'em up game about the genre's evolution. The ship's abilities are determined by how you play. It's great enough that I was first surprised about it being free.
  • Sonic Robo Blast 2
  • Sonic Jam
    • A Sonic compilation for the Sega Saturn which is known for it's short 3D level.
  • Super Crate Box
    • Collect crates while fending off enemies in this addicting freeware PC arcade game.
  • Donald In Maui Mallard
  • SegaSonic the Hedgehog
    • What if something like the daytime levels of Sonic Unleashed were released in the retro Sonic era?
  • Hasslevania: The Quest for Shuteye
    • A freeware metroidvania by Del Duio of DXF Games, based on Castlevania. Features non-healing save points, much to everyone's chagrin. I used to do a little beta testing for the sequel, but it sadly got cancelled in 2016. The unfinished game was released to the public, however.
  • Férias Frustradas do Pica-Pau
  • The Lucky Dime Caper
  • Sonic Web Access
    • A vertical Sonic fangame that has Tails Doll as it's Big Bad, gentlemen. I find it really memorable. Too bad the creator never made the DLC levels...
  • Sonic Before The Sequel
    • The incredible Lake Feperd's fangame Interquel to Sonic 1 and 2. ...I like to think of Labyrinth as the direct sequel to 1, though...
  • One Piece (The GBA action game)
    • An excellent anime action game. Although Luffy's moves don't flow as well as Goku's in its predecessor Dragon Ball Advance Adventure, the focus on platforming gives it its own flair.
  • Charlie The Duck
    • Two old Mario-like platformers for PC starring a little duck. The page was already launched with only a small description before I got there, but I don't know who did it because the history page was empty.
  • Sint Nicolaas
    • A hard Santa Claus game by the creator of Charlie The Duck, now available as a flash game. It brings back memories of magazines that had CDs full of shovelware and web games.
  • Houchou Shoujo Gensoukyoku
    • A Yume Nikki action metroidvania. The author's site shut down for some time, but now it has returned!
  • LEGO Creator
    • A LEGO sandbox game. Pretty nostalgic but the interface and loading times were pretty horrible. Only here the sound of little bricks splattering all over the floor can not be something horrifying. A predecessor to games like Minecraft that kids today play around with.
  • Sonic The Hedgehog Classic
    • The first complete Sonic The Hedgehog fangame in a long while. It seems Hez will make some major Sequel Escalation in the future.
  • Donald Duck: Goin' Qu@ckers
    • Donald Duck kicks ass in 3D. Feels like a proper sequel to The Lucky Dime Caper, in spite of Donald running from bears instead of crushing them under his feet. The portable versions are quite different from the console ones.
  • Dragon Ball: Advance Adventure
    • Now THIS is what a good anime game is like! Amazing gameplay and sprite work.
  • Seishun Scandal
    • I hate this game for how frustating it is, but I can't help but love some aspects of it, such as the music.
  • Giga Deep
    • A Mega Man clone by Peposoft. Fun, but rather unbalanced and very glitchy sometimes.
  • Joy Mech Fight
  • Sonic Chrono Adventure
    • LakeFeperd's latest Sonic project, a open-world "Metronic". I missed out on making the After The Sequel page. Nice to see other people care for his work. He made all those fine games in a row while most of us couldn't get anything done on our projects...
  • Oniken
    • After finally being able to buy this game, I found troper carnivorousmeerkat had started a stub for the game here, so I filled it up. Oniken is a badass post apocalyptic action game, so play it!
  • Donald Duck No Mahou No Boushi
    • A japan-only Donald action game. Level design is hit-or-miss but it can be quite interesting. The soundtrack is pretty good, featuring exciting songs and a memorable leitmotif for Donald.
  • Deep Duck Trouble
  • Metal Slug Defense
    • A tower defense spinoff for the Metal Slug series. Was a good game but eventually became oversized for my poor phone and a focus on microtransations ruined it.
  • Arachnid and Caterpillar (Character Page)
    • A dumb bug manga that's been a guilty pleasure for me. I've been working solo on the character page and its surroundings as the raw scans come and the scanlations slowly catch up to them. As of now, there could be mistakes from out of misinterpretation there.
  • Ethan: Meteor Hunter
    • A puzzle platformer about stopping time and moving objects. I got a review copy from Seaven Studio once but couldn't actually run the game back then. Being able to begin this page is one way to make up for that.
  • Odallus: The Dark Call
    • The new Berserk-esque metroidvania action game from the Oniken guys. It's very, very badass.
  • Umblade Senki
    • A cool japanese action game made in Multimedia Fusion 2 about a frog with a handy umbrella.
  • Out There Somewhere
    • A puzzle action game with a teleportation gun.
  • Tcheco In The Castle Of Lucio
    • A difficult arcadey action game about a brazilian cartoon.
  • Cataegis: The White Wind
    • An action game similar to Strider. You can choose to either spare or kill each boss, which can lead into several endings. Got released shortly after Undertale, amusingly enough. Both games even turn the character into a demon if you kill the skeleton boss in the end!
  • Jurassic Park (Sega Master System)
    • The Master System adaptation of the first Jurassic Park movie. A fine action game I played a lot as a kid. After some testing, I also confirmed continues are what determine the ending as stated in the freaking manual and not the JP icons as stated elsewhere.
  • Mob Psycho 100 (Character Page)
    • I had made a stub character page for Mob Psycho 100 while the main page was erased and locked up for whatever reason. Now that the anime adaptation is out, troper Ekelai filled that page nicely.
  • Environmental Station Alpha (Character Page)
    • A character page for this cool metroidvania.
  • Spark The Electric Jester
    • An original project from the creator of Sonic Before the Sequel. Has good Sonic and Kirby vibes.
  • Just a Cleric
    • A new action game from DXF Games about a Cleric who seeks revengeance. I got to win a contest (with little competition) and suggest a powerful weapon for the game.
  • Land of Illusion
    • The Master System sequel to Castle of Illusion.
  • Aritana and the Harpy's Feather
    • A brazilian platformer game about their indigenous culture.
  • Equin: The Lantern
    • A roguelike from the Hasslevania developer.

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