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Check This Out: Play NES Games Rendered in 3D

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Overnight there was apparently a craze regarding 3DNes, a project capable of re-living your favorite NES games in a browser and now in 3D.  This isn’t those 3D games that appear on the 3DS either, it’s a seemingly re-rendered version of the game to support depth (or volume).  Originally this is what I imagined voxels (volumetric pixels) to look like and it’s somewhat like the aesthetic of 3D Dot Game Heroes but in your favorite NES games.  In order to play you need to be on the 64-bit version of Mozilla’s Firefox web browser, have the NES rom you want to play uploaded to a linked location online (they recommend cloud storage), and you can only play online.  A downloadable version will be available soon.

It’s super cool to see these classics with new life in 3DNes and while I messed around with it a little, I have to admit I would probably prefer a downloadable version.  You are welcome to head on over to the developer, Geod Studio’s site and play around with it yourself or merely watch the video at the top of the page.  Now you’re playing with 3D power.

Written by Fred Rojas

March 9, 2016 at 10:00 am

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