Newest Hacks

Super Riff World Refill Weapon after Death Refill Weapon after Death Balloon Fight - 4 players hack

Newest Translations

Top Roller Konami's Tennis Konami’s Boxing Dragon Warrior

Newest Utilities

Crash 2 Level Editor BARF! Tilemap Studio Lightweight Checksum Calculator

Newest Reviews

Super Turrican Plus King Colossus Mystical Ninja Goemon Hack Balloon Fight - 4 players hack

Newest Homebrew

Rex Run for Game Boy DeadlyNeuroEf Circle Boy Nova the Squirrel

Featured Hack Images

Castlevania Retold Mega Man in Java Island Indonesia Super Mario Bros. - Tobi Bubble Bobble Improvement

Featured Translation Images

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past The Golf '92 The Legend of Zelda Star Wars (Namco)

Recent Updates

  • Translations
    Status changed to unfinished. It explains in the description "it only translates story text, but not battle and menu text". Even the menu and battle screenshots don't have any Vietnamese in! I really wonder why marking a story text-only translation as fully playable...
  • Reviews
    Corrected a typo error. "RDHN"... I always fail at writing words, unfortunately.
  • Hacks
    graphic fix, graphic updates, removal of point system
  • Hacks
    New version update with bugfixes from KujaKiller's latest update of "Mega Man 3 Improvement" as well as some minor level design and damage value tweaks based on feedback.

SMS Power!

English

Description:

Mission Statement

Active since 1997, we are an international force of enthusiasts interested in the following gaming/computer systems:

Sega Master System (SMS) / Sega Mark III (MK3) Sega Game Gear (GG) Sega Game 1000 (SG-1000) Sega Computer 3000 (SC-3000) Sega Super Control Station (SF-7000) Othello Multivision (OMV) (SG-1000 clone)

All generally refered to as “Sega 8-bit” systems, being 8-bit Z80 CPU based Sega systems.

Our project:

Develop Sega 8-bit interest and enjoyment around the world. Discuss, gather, publish and preserve historical facts, data and knowledge related to those systems.

History

This site was founded at the end of March 1997, first under the name “SMS Camp”. It later evolved into a generic emulation site called “Emulation Camp” then split, went back into focus and was renamed to “SMS Power!” in 1999. Many people have joined our community since then and are working hard in order to make this site and our projects a reality.

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Releases:


Translations
TitlePlatformGame
High School! Kimengumi (EN)SMS
Phantasy Star (EN)SMS

Contributions: