NESDev '19 Compo Cart
A downloadable multicart anthology for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android
Since 2011, The NES Coding Competition has granted its contestants just 64 kilobytes to make the very best game that they can. On this compilation, you’ll find all of the entries from 2019—our sixth competition.
Many of them have received bug fixes or updates. Others are included as they originally appeared in the competition. All of them are astonishing achievements. Think you have what it takes to join their ranks? Of course you do! Hit up the NesDev forums for submission info or to find a collaborator today!
- Böbl (v 1.1)
by Morphcat Games
- Nalleland *
by Benjamin Larsson
- Blockage (v 0.3.3)
by Scott Lowe
- Veggie Invaders (v 0.6)
by Studio Dustmop
with art by Chris Hernandez
and music by Anthony Swinnich
- NIN NIN (v 3)
by The Mojon Twins (link NSFW)
by Dr. Ludos
with music by MinerScale
- Falling Tiles
by Doug Fraker
with music by Estlib
- Hot Dance 2020: Dance! (v 4)
by Nathan Tolbert
with music by Chip Jockey
based on an original game concept by Terry Cavanagh
- Save the Kuin (v 05)
- Super City Mayor (Nov. 2020 rev.)
by Scott Lembcke, Christopher Pow, and Paul Molloy
with art by Mark LaCroix and Kirstine Nordtorp-Nielsenand
* Also appears as-is on Action 53 Vol. 4: Actually 54
The NESDev NES Coding Competition Multicarts, or Compo Carts for short, are powered by the Action 53 multicart menu and engine.
Action 53 Menu Program by Damian Yerrick.
In-menu television graphic by tokumaru.
Packaging design and additional graphics by M-Tee.
Additional programming and Action 53 portion of manual by Johnathan Roatch.
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux, Android|
|Release date||70 days ago|
|Tags||chiptune, Homebrew, NES, Pixel Art, Retro, rom|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any), Joystick|
|Player count||1 - 4|
To play your downloaded titles, use an NES emulator of your choice (we suggest Mesen).
If the ROM doesn't work in your chosen emulator, it may not support Mapper #28. Contact the emulator developer to request Mapper #28 support or use another emulator.