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Eikon
Created : 30 April 2024
Edited : 30 April 2024
System : Windows
Language : Blitz Max

EikOS

Retro OS game launcher

Download EikOS v1.0 (71mbs)
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ABOUT
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Designed to be run on your CRT gaming station, EikOS brings all of the recent EikSoft games releases under one interface. There are multiple ways to customize your desktop, and you can also configure joystick and keyboard input for each game before you launch them. The retro boot screen, screensavers, and old school computer hum sound effects will have you feeling like you're back in the Windows 95 days again! Future game releases will be integrated into EikOS as a version update.


FEATURES
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- Includes Joust X, Little Nemo X, Demon Attack X, and Bubble Bobble RPG
- Retro boot sequence, complete with ram counter and energy saver badge
- Customize the colors of your desktop
- Custom mouse cursors
- Two retro screensavers, bounce and matrix
- Configure the controls of every game before you launch it
- Games launch in the screen mode matching EikOS for a seamless integration
- EikOS resumes just as you left it after gameplay
- Includes full source code

Latest Update

v1.0 - Initial release

 

Comments


Wednesday, 01 May 2024, 00:34
Jayenkai
Cool!
Wednesday, 01 May 2024, 01:48
cyangames
That's really cool!
Monday, 13 May 2024, 02:19
cyangames
Reminds me of NESticle / ZSNES
Monday, 13 May 2024, 07:13
Eikon
Thanks guys. Yes it was modelled after the original NESticle, I even added the classic bleeding hand as a custom cursor. That was a fun graphic to try and rip, I ended up having to run Windows 98 in a virtual machine to get it