Bloodlust Software

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Bloodlust Software is a developer of humorous PC computer games. It was originally formed in 1992 by two high school students (Ethan Petty and Icer Addis) who were angry at the rise of movements against computer game violence. To parody the situation, Bloodlust ended up making excessively violent games.

Products[edit | edit source]

Games[edit | edit source]

Emulators[edit | edit source]

  • Genecyst - Emulates the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Available in DOS and Microsoft Windows
  • NESticle (1997) - Emulates the Nintendo Entertainment System/Famicom. Available in DOS and Windows. Has online play support. Nesticle X.XX, the final version, does not support net play, but the earlier Windows versions do.
  • Callus - An emulator that will play CPS-1 games. These range from King Arthur and Strider to Street Fighter II and with some patches even some Alphas. Available in DOS and Windows.
  • Q-Sound - a CPS support file that will let you browse music and sound. Windows only.

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