Author: petter3k

Game resurrected – Alien Front Online

alienfrontonline_DCBOX-2006

  DCSERV proudly presents: Alien Front (back) Online Being almost a year and a half since the announcement of work on AFO was being done, the servers have been rewritten multiple times because of changes but are now officially deployed in verbose mode (more logging). With the kind help from N-A and Shuouma, cleaning up […]

Read More →

DC: Toy Racer – Now online for modem users

Kazade has now released his version of his approach on emulating the DreamArena authentication server and Toy Racer should now be accessible online for anyone, and not just BBA users. This is great news for the community, and even though other people have had similar projects, time has been an issue and the project was […]

Read More →

2016 updates: GUI and more

Hi, there haven’t been much news lately and for that I apologize. I’m pretty much swamped(sp?) in work and personal stuff, but at least some progress have been made. For now, here is a little picture which shows some of the stuff that is going on. The goal is to have a unified GUI for […]

Read More →

Update – Work *is* being done

As I have gotten quite a few mails, comments and requests about an update on the status of the work being done (most noteably the status of AFO) I feel obligated to post an update for those who fear that the project is abandoned – it is not. Work is still being done on creating new software in […]

Read More →

Sega [email protected]

Following the new leads and information gathered recently, it seems that Sega’s proprietary networking system “SNAP” was not (primarily atleast) used for hosting Dreamcast games, and was likely to only be used for the PS2 and GC (although support for the Xbox was probably there too). However, as many of you probably know, a similar system […]

Read More →

DC: Work In Progress: Alien Front Online

I am pleased to announce that we have gathered new leads, information and technology that will greatly aid us in our progress of bringing the network-functions of Alien Front Online back, for good. As of right now the game is not revived but its merely a matter of time. New infrastructure is in the works […]

Read More →

SNAP Mobile SDK archive publicly available

  Thanks to LordNikon at Onlineconsoles.com, the SNAP Mobile SDK by Nokia is now publicly available again. LordNikon uploaded an archive containing all of the public releases made by Nokia and may prove useful to us on the road to getting back Sega SNAP-powered online titles for the Dreamcast. For those who don’t know what SNAP […]

Read More →