>> Thursday, August 23, 2007
Frog Feast has a well tested code base, that begins working, on the target system, once a base set of functionality is created. The last couple of releases have begun to specialize Frog Feast for a specific platform (like with the CD-i version). This is probably the approach that will be used with a new game. Another possibility would be to use Frog Feast as a stepping stone onto a new system. The future of Frog Feast still holds a few releases, but we are beginning to look to the future. The future will depend on the work done on Frog Feast, and may involve Frog Feast. Either way, Raster Software will continue to strive to bring games to classic systems." This means we might see another new CD-i game in the future.
"It's been difficult to settle on an idea for the next game. I've considered reworking a PC game that I developed a few years ago. It was developed for a 48 hour contest, and was designed to look like an Activision style game from the Atari 2600 time period. It will need a lot of work to make it into a full game, though. Here's a screenshot of the PC version (the original resolution was 640x480). I've done a little work on redoing the graphics, which you can see in the picture at the top left. The game is a non scrolling shoot-em-up."
I really like the idea of a shooter! His second version of this game is in a vertical perspective, and at the bottom of the screen you see his brand name: RasterVision. You see a picture of it on the right here. Nobody knows whether this is the new project of Rastersoft but the fact he's looking into the future gives a bright forecast to another new CD-i game. Maybe, after his experience on Frog Feast, Super Fighter might return on his agenda?