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CoCoBrew

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CoCoBrew refers to home brew games for the Color Computer. Some recent titles include:

ROM-Paks:

  • Bomb Squad by John Strong, released at the 2016 CoCoFEST! on a custom ROM-Pak, complete with reproduction Radio Shack box.
  • Fahrfall by John Linville, initially released at the 2015 CoCoFEST! with hand-made cast resin case in modified VHS archival case. Re-released at 2016 CoCoFEST! with injection-molded case in custom die-cut cardboard box.
  • Follow Me by John Linville, released at 2016 CoCoFEST! with injection-molded case in custom die-cut cardboard box. Based on Retrochallenge 2013 Winter Warmup project reworked for cartridge-based release.
  • Xmas Rush by John Linville, released at 2016 CoCoFEST! with injection-molded case in custom die-cut cardboard box.