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An unreleased game that was developed by German studio Kritzelkratz, though the game failed to attract a publisher it seems.
 
An unreleased game that was developed by German studio Kritzelkratz, though the game failed to attract a publisher it seems.
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
A demo of the game once existed online via the game's website. The file still exists however, in the hands of the game's composer, Stello Doussis, who has only released the files privately. It has been added as a download on this page.
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A demo of the game once existed online via the game's website.
  
 
It is unknown how far the game managed to get before cancellation, though all signs point to the demo being one of the final builds.
 
It is unknown how far the game managed to get before cancellation, though all signs point to the demo being one of the final builds.

Latest revision as of 00:48, March 8, 2019

Title Screen
Floracy(Demo)
Dump status Dumped, not released
Ownership Stello Doussis(2000-present)
Game Floracy
System Game Boy Color
Genre Action RPG
Release date Unreleased
Download Floracy(Demo) (info)

An unreleased game that was developed by German studio Kritzelkratz, though the game failed to attract a publisher it seems.

Notes

A demo of the game once existed online via the game's website.

It is unknown how far the game managed to get before cancellation, though all signs point to the demo being one of the final builds.

Screenshots

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Source

File:Floracy XM Sound Source.zip Stello when inquired about his musical works was also talked to about his hand in Floracy's development and its fate. He says they are still hoping to get an investor soon for the more recent platforms.

The utility above is a Windows application that converts XM module music into GB MusicBox sound data. It's possible to create Game Boy music from this method as well.

See also

https://web.archive.org/web/20010305193108/http://www.floracy.com/