The popular game creator Redpill comes with a new update and offers many new possibilities, now with support for NTSC and CD32 pads. Redpill is a game creation system that requires no programming knowledge at all. The game creator is capable of creating various types of games, you simply create the graphics with Deluxe Paint or Personal Paint and set the various options (speed of player, placement of enemies etc.) Redpill is a very powerful game creator with huge potential and will continue to be improved.
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