not XBLA but XBLIG Indie game which they is no way to purchase anymore maybe if someone dumped all Xblig indie games they was over 3000 they can be emulated though. Here is a video of the games demo though. If a demo exist the full game since Xblig and XBLA games downloads was the full games you just paid to unlock the full version and save feature and begin able to play after 8 minutes.
Last Edit: Feb 4, 2020 17:53:02 GMT -5 by acidonia
Hey, long time reader, first time poster. I'm trying to find info on a Japanese arcade proto that I saw years ago, but I've never been able to find anything online about it. It was a rhythm game that had a cooking theme to it, and used kitchen utensils like spatulas, chopsticks, pots and pans for the instruments. I'm pretty sure I spotted it on the top floor of Sega Ikebukuro GIGO, and it was in either 2001 or 2002. At one point I actually had footage of the game on tape, but it was unfortunately recorded over at some point, and I never caught the name or company behind it. This has been bugging me for a long time, so any confirmation that this wasn't something I just hallucinated would appreciated.
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Infinity for Game Boy Color in unfinished form! We've made a ROM file available, as well as the source code. The game is in mostly the same state as it was when we stopped developing it in 2001, but with some recent polishing (bugfixes, missing assets added, typos corrected, etc). The ROM is configured to end about a quarter of the way through, before you encounter any incomplete areas, and thus we've labeled it as a preview.
Reviving this to also point out they had a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2021 to finish it. Very cool. Apparently they are quite close to finishing.