I'm a fan of everything retro and the old web, and as i'm studying web developement, i wanted to make this website for fun. Here you can entertain yourself by listening to music, watching tv, looking at images and so on. If you liked the site, be sure to say hi on my Guestbook. Enjoy your stay !
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Languages: French, English, Italian
Interests: Old Web, Tech, Theology, History
Hobbys: Photography, Gaming, Radio
Greetings ! I'm Daniele, a guy born in the year 2000 in France and i'm a believer in Jesus Christ.
I have fond memories of playing video games since my childhood. Especially after a hard day at school. Video games have always been an escape for me and great fun.
My favorite consoles of all time are the PS2, the Gamecube, the DS, the Wii and the PSP. More on that in the Fav. Games section.
Around a year ago i became fascinated about the 1990's internet, and decided to make my own website as i would of in the early 90's and 2000's.
I have little memories of the early web myself, my oldest memory of going on a web site was back when i was a kid at school, where we went into a computer room and we were taught about computers on Windows XP machines.
Otherwise i barely used the internet until like 2008 when it became mainstream and everyone started using it because of the iPhone and video game consoles adding online multiplayer. One of my earliest use case was searching for cheat codes and watching Youtube.
I finished school at 15, because it was a private school that was more intensive. When i was 16, i became interested in programming. But as i was not willing to commit years in a programming school, as i had other interests at that time (archeology, photography), i never went to a school to get Web Dev degree. So i ended up "wasting" years of my life not actually learning 1 thing completely.
After wasting 2 years doing nothing, i starting getting into programming seriously again, but chose to go the self-taught route. I'm now 22 (in 2022), and learning the framework called React. I was growing bored of learning, but this website is what keeps my passion alive.
It's a blessing to see other people care about this place and enjoying it too. I'd like to thank all of you for visiting my page. If you have any questions or just want to say hello, don't hesitate going on the Guestbook, it's always nice to have people commenting there.
About this website
This website was born from my passion with web developement and the old web. It's inspired both by 90's websites and early 2000's websites, while still being unique to me. I took inspiration from 2 old websites, and also from other Neocities websites such as Dokodemo (I miss it) which are all linked down below. I chose Kirby as the mascot for this website because he is a character that always shows unconditional love and innocence, while still risking his life to save his friends.
My favorite games of all time
Here is a list of the video games that gave me a real appreciation for gaming. From childhood with the PS2, to recent ones on PC. below is a list of all those gems of my heart. I also explain my experience with them.
1. Monter Hunter Freedom Unite - PSPTribute page ⧉
My all-time favorite game. I've spent countless hours playing this game on PSP as a kid, the village you live in, the sounds, the music, and the ambience really made me feel at home when playing it.
2. Little Big Planet 2 - PS3
This game and LBP1 are my favorites on Playstation 3. It made me be creative and create my own levels and machines. The community on this game was amazing and the user-created levels were very cool, like "My Little Dead Space" ⧉, Shark Survival, Bomb survival etc. I played this game everyday after school. I miss it dearly, now that the servers closed.
3. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Switch
I've been a fan of the series since i was a kid, it was a special occasion to play Gamecube Smash bros when my brother brought his friends home, so naturally it was the first game i got on the Switch. I never had the opportunity to play the Smash games online before, so that was awesome. It's the best and most complete Smash Bros game ever.
4. Monster Hunter Tri - Wii
As a fan of the series i got this game on Wii and had a lot of fun playing with my brother and in online multiplayer which was a new thing for me. A great game that introduced underwater fighting and who has a great soundtrack.
5. Deep Rock Galactic - PC
A hidden gem i discovered recently. You need to fulfill mining missions in procedurally generated caves, either in solo with Bosco, the helper robot, or 3 other teamates heavily inspired by Team Fortress classes: Gunner, Engineer, Scout. Oh and there's the driller too. What i love the most about this game is the salute you can do to teammates by pressing V: Rock and Stone! The best community i know of, and the devs are not greedy.
6. Modnation Racers - PS3
I spent so much time on this game. You could customise your cars and make your own circuits. It had an awesome and creative community much like Little Big Planet. There were so many custom skins and cars made by the players, it was awesome.
7. Super Smash Bros Melee - Gamecube
This is my first Smash Bros game, and thus it deserves to be on this list. It was an awesome game for the Gamecube and still is. I have a lot of memories playing this game with my brother and his friends.
8. Star Wars: Battlefront II - PS2
That was my favorite game back on PS2, that game and its PSP versions Rogue Squadron and Elite Squadron are masterpieces. Nowadays on PC you can even add mods that bring back the Battlefront 3 sequel that was supposed to come out.
9. Mario Kart Wii - Wii
The best Mario Kart ever. It was wild playing Mario Kart online for the first time when it released. The wii era was really something to live. I remember playing this game with my cousins with the plastic wheel where you attached your remote in.
10. Mario Kart Double Dash!! - Gamecube
My first Mario Kart game, i also played this with my brother, an amazing game and i remember how good it looked for the time. In my opinion it has the best tracks from the series, my favorites being Peach Beach and DK Mountain.
11. Monster Hunter Tri - Wii
As a fan of the series i got this game on Wii and had a lot of fun playing with my brother and in online multiplayer which was a new thing for me. A great game that introduced underwater fighting and who has a great soundtrack.
12. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team - Gameboy Advance
My favorite GBA game. Instead of capturing pokémons, you play as one of them, and your mission is to rescue other pokémons with your team. It's probably inspired from that one episode where the pokémons talk to each other to try and find their lost masters.
13. MX vs ATV Untamed - PS2
A racing game that i played to death, it was one of my favorite games and made me become fascinated with bikes and racing at the time. I used to want to become a racer back then.
14. MotorStorm: Pacific Rift - PS3
One of the most impressive racing games from the PS3 era. This was a blast to play online, there was people driving trucks, bikes, monster trucks, all at the same time, and trying to stop each others from finishing the race.
15. Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron - PSP
This game for me was Battlefront 2 on the go, it even allowed you to switch between ground and space battle in the same game. It uses a lot of Battlefront III assets and is as close as we can get to the cancelled sequel.
16. Digimon Rumble Arena II - Gamecube
This was a game i played very early in my childhood. I wanted to play it all the time with my brother, and it had this kind of nostalgic, wonderous feeling that i can't explain when i played it. It may be a Smash Bros rip-off, but it has a place in my heart.
17. Playstation Home - PS3
If any of you lived through the PS3 era, this game was just iconic. There were plenty of minigames from all subjects, Star Wars, Zombies, etc. You could own your own home a bit like the Sims, and talk to other people. Nostalgic game.
18. Kirby and the Forgotten Land - Switch
My second game on the Switch and the one that introduced me to Kirby games. Really enjoyed it and it looks amazing. Gameplay is fun and challenging at times and it does everything you expect. level design is superb as well. Soundtrack is also really great.
19. Pokémon HeartGold - DS
My favorite Pokémon game, i also remember playing the original on the Gameboy. soundtrack and roster is great. Me and my brother are fans of Pokémon since watching the cartoon when it was airing on TV in the early 2000s.
20. Mario Kart DS - DS
Spent hundreds of hours probably on this game, it is so nostalgic and it was really good, it even had R.O.B as a character. Waluigi Pinball was an awesome map on this.
21. Lego Star Wars - Gamecube
the two games, for the prequels and the original trilogy, are my favorite Lego games, The movies are well represented and the gameplay is fun and intuitive. I spent a lot of my childhood on that game as i was also a Star Wars fan (Episode III released when i was 5).
22. MH Generations Ultimate - Switch
Monster Hunter game on the Switch, it brings back the old villages from the previous games, and has a nostalgic feel to it. Also the biggest monster roster in all of the MH Games.
23. Mario Party DS - DS
I played Mario Party since the Gamecube days with Mario Party 4, 5, 6, and this handheld version of it utilising the stylus is the best one in my opinion.
24. Mario Party Superstars - Switch
My first online Mario Party game, i love the N64 remastered maps on this one, it's great fun.
25. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - PC
Skyrim, the game where i spent hundreds of hours adventuring, slaying dragons, and more than anything, exploring, and what a world to explore indeed, the open world of Skyrim is my personal favorite and it has the biggest mod community that i know of.
26. Minecraft - PC
One of the first games i got on my PC around 2011, i've played it ever since, with long breaks sometimes, but i always come back to it after a while. A truly intemporal game. You probably already know everything about this game. The first version i played was 1.0.
27. Mount & Blade: Warband - PC
My most played game, with 3000+ hours on the counter. I played mostly its DLC Napoleonic Wars and used to be part of a "Regiment" that took part in organised battles with 200 players in one server. The game is in my opinion better than its sequel Bannerlord.
28. StarCraft II - PC
This is the game that made me buy a PC, when i saw my brother play it i wanted to play it too. I spent probably thousands of hours on it. The story is amazing, but my favorite thing was "Arcade" where you could play user-created maps.
29. Rome: Total War - PC
I sinked hours and hours on this game and its extension "Barbarian Invasion" back when i was away from home with no internet access on my old laptop. The music, ambience and everything is amazing in this game, in my opinion the best Total War release.
30. Tropico 3 - PC
On this game you control El Presidente and have to make your island prosper. It's a fun little city builder game and still looks good today. I played it each time i went on vacations as it was one of the only games i had on my laptop.
31. Imperium Romanum - PC
Another city builder i used to play a lot. This time in the ancient rome period. You must feed your citizens, build circuses, monuments, and protect yourself from invasions (unless you play on a peaceful map). Still love it today, a unique game and the graphics didn't age so badly.
List of all Kirby Games
Kirby was born in 1992, invented by Masahiro Sakurai, his games have always been cheerful and fun experiences, loved by people of all ages. In this section i will showcase all the different Kirby games that have been released throughout the years, from the Gameboy to the Nintendo Switch.
Released in 1989
118,6 million units sold
Kirby's Dream LandReleased in 1992
Kirby's Dream Land (JP) is the first title in the Kirby series and the debut of the pink protagonist Kirby. The game was released in 1992 for the Game Boy and was created by series mastermind Masahiro Sakurai, who went on to develop most of the games in the series and other titles such as the Super Smash Bros. series. Kirby possesses the ability to suck in enemies and shoot them out as stars, however, he lacks his Copy Ability from the later titles. The game was intended for people new to gaming, and thus playing its four levels is rather simple. This game in its entirety, with the exception of Castle Lololo, is included in Kirby Super Star (Kirby's Fun Pak in PAL countries) as Spring Breeze. Kirby's Dream Land was released on the 3DS's Virtual Console in 2011.
Kirby's Dream Land 2Released in 1995
Kirby's Dream Land 2 is a video game released on the Game Boy, and it is a follow up of Kirby's Dream Land. The game was also the debut of Kirby's friends Rick the Hamster, Coo the Owl, and Kine the Ocean Sunfish, whom he would be able to ride, much like Mario and Yoshi.
Kirby's Pinball LandReleased in 1993
Kirby's Pinball Land is a video game for the Game Boy that stars Kirby as the ball. It was developed by HAL and published by Nintendo.
Kirby's Block BallReleased in 1996
Kirby's Block Ball is a Game Boy video game released in 1995 by Nintendo and HAL Laboratory. Shigeru Miyamoto and Gunpei Yokoi both served as the game's producers. The game is based on the arcade hit Breakout, but instead of using a standard ball, you use Kirby to break the blocks. The game was also released on Virtual Console for the 3DS in 2012, and it also appears in a non-playable form in Kirby's Dream Collection.
Kirby's Star StackerReleased in 1997
Kirby's Star Stacker (known in Japan as Kirby no KiraKira Kids, is a video game for the Game Boy and Super Nintendo Entertainment System that was released in 1997 and 1998 on the respective consoles.
Released in 1998
118,6 million units sold (With Gameboy)
Kirby Tilt 'n' TumbleReleased in 2000
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble (JP) is a video game for the Game Boy Color that stars Kirby. It is noted as being the first tilt sensitive handheld video game, that was later used in Game Boy Advance games WarioWare Twisted and Yoshi Topsy Turvy and was supposed to be used in the cancelled 2001 version of Diddy Kong Pilot.
Released in 2001
81.51 million units sold
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream LandReleased in 2002
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land is a remake of the original 1993 game Kirby's Adventure for the NES, and was released on the Game Boy Advance in 2002 in North America and Japan, in 2003 in Europe and in 2004 in Australia. It features Kirby as a playable character, as well as Meta Knight in the unlockable game mode "Meta Knightmare".
Kirby & the Amazing MirrorReleased in 2004
Kirby & the Amazing Mirror (JP) is a platformer video game released on the Game Boy Advance in 2004. The game is a side-scrolling platformer that stars the eight inch tall Kirby, though is the only title in the series not to feature King Dedede.
Released in 1983
61.91 million units sold
Kirby's AdventureReleased in 1993
Kirby's Adventure (JP) (remade as Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (JP) for the Game Boy Advance) is a platforming video game for the NES home console. The game is the first and only Kirby video game to be released on the NES. The game was later re-released on the GBA, Wii's Virtual Console for 500 points. It was also released on the 3DS and Wii U's Virtual Console. The objective of the game is to reach the end of the level, by inhaling enemies and solving the relatively easy puzzles. This game also marks the first appearance of Kirby's wonderful ability to steal enemies' powers by eating them.
Released in 1990
49.10 million units sold
Kirby Super StarReleased in 1996
Kirby Super Star (JP) (Kirby's Fun Pak in PAL regions) is a title on the SNES that was released in 1996. It is considered by many Kirby fans to be the best game in the series. Kirby Super Star is a compilation of many games into one. The most popular of these are the Great Cave Offensive, Revenge of Meta-Knight, and Milky Way Wishes. Notably, this is the first Kirby title in which almost every one of Kirby's copy abilities has multiple uses. Kirby Super Star also introduced some of the arguably most popular abilities in the series, including Fighter.
Kirby's Dream Land 3Released in 1997
Kirby's Dream Land 3 is Kirby's fifth platformer game for the Super Nintendo. Like Kirby's Dream Land 2 for the Game Boy, Kirby's animal friends could help him out during the game, and more were added since then. Much like the ability mixing system in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Kirby could get one of his abilities and then get assistance from a friend to create a whole new ability.
Kirby's Dream CourseReleased in 1995
Kirby's Dream Course (JP) is a miniature golf game that was co-developed by HAL Laboratory and Nintendo EAD, and published by Nintendo for the SNES in 1994. It was re-released on the Virtual Console in 2007 for the Wii, in 2013 for the Wii U, and in 2016 for the New Nintendo 3DS.
Kirby's AvalancheReleased in 1995
Kirby's Avalanche, known in Europe as Kirby's Ghost Trap, is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game released in 1995 by Nintendo and HAL Laboratory. It was a reskin of Super Puyo Puyo, the Super Famicom version of Compile's Puyo Puyo.
Kirby's Toy BoxReleased in 1996
Kirby's Toy Box is a series of Kirby sub-games developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System's Satellaview satellite network. It was released only in Japan, on February 8, 1996.
Released in 1996
32.93 million units sold
Kirby 64: The Crystal ShardsReleased in 2000
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (JP) is a Kirby platformer game for the Nintendo 64 developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo, and is the sequel to Kirby's Dream Land 3. The game was re-released on the Virtual Console (for the Wii and Wii U) and for the Kirby 20th Anniversary 6-pack known as Kirby's Dream Collection.
Released in 2001
22 million units sold
Kirby Air RideReleased in 2003
Kirby Air Ride (JP), known in Japan as Kirby's Airride, is a GameCube racing/platformer game initially released in 2003 by Nintendo.
Released in 2004
154.02 million units sold
Kirby Canvas CurseReleased in 2005
Kirby Canvas Curse (JP), also called Kirby: Canvas Curse and known in Europe as Kirby: Power Paintbrush, is a platformer adventure game for the Nintendo DS that was initially released in 2005 and the first game in the series to be released for the console. The game features unique touch screen control and fun mini-games. In the game, you must draw rainbow tracks for Kirby to ride on. The farther the track goes, the faster Kirby will go. If you tap Kirby, he will do a spin attack killing most enemies that he runs into. If you tap an enemy, the enemy will pause, allowing Kirby just to run into him to kill him. This is another Kirby game in which he is a ball, like in the 2015 Wii U sequel Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.
Kirby Squeak SquadReleased in 2006
Kirby Squeak Squad, also called Kirby: Squeak Squad and known in Europe as Kirby: Mouse Attack, is a 2006 game in the Kirby series, announced at E3 2006 and released later that year and is the second Kirby game to be released for the Nintendo DS. This is also the second Kirby side-scroller that wasn't developed by HAL, but instead was developed by Flagship, who previously made some Zelda handheld games. Unlike the previous Kirby game, Kirby Canvas Curse, which used the touch screen throughout the whole game, this game is a standard Kirby experience.
Kirby Super Star UltraReleased in 2008
Kirby Super Star Ultra (JP) is a remake of the SNES classic Kirby Super Star for the Nintendo DS and is the third Kirby game to be released for the console. It features all of the games within the game from the SNES title though features new ones as well such as "Revenge of the King" and "Meta Knightmare Ultra". One of them allows you play as Meta Knight through the entire game, while the other is a "darker and harder" version of one of the original sub-games, Spring Breeze. It also features three touch controlled mini games that can be played with up to three other players.
Kirby Mass AttackReleased in 2011
Kirby Mass Attack is a 2011 Nintendo DS platformer game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo. It is the fourth and last Kirby game to be released for the DS.
Released in 2011
76 million units sold
Kirby: Triple DeluxeReleased in 2014
Kirby: Triple Deluxe is a 2014 Kirby platformer game for the Nintendo 3DS. It is the fifteenth game in the Kirby series and the second for the 3DS. It is very similar to Kirby's Return to Dream Land in art style and gameplay.
Kirby: Planet RobobotReleased in 2016
Kirby: Planet Robobot (JP) is a 2016 action/platformer game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS, is the third Kirby game for the 3DS, and is the fifteenth main installment in the Kirby franchise. Similar to Kirby: Triple Deluxe, enhanced versions of the two minigames featured in the game, Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Kirby's Blowout Blast, were released in the Nintendo eShop as standalone titles in April 2017 and July 2017, respectively.
Kirby's Extra Epic YarnReleased in 2019
The game was ported to Nintendo 3DS from the Wii in March 2019 as Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn. It added new power-ups and minigames and is the seventh and final Kirby game for the system. At a Nintendo Direct in September 2018, Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn was announced to be coming to the 3DS. However, the official game page later stated that the game was going to be exclusive to the New 3DS systems, causing a bit confusion, but two weeks later, it was announced that the game would be played on all the 3DS models.
Kirby Fighters DeluxeReleased in 2014
Kirby Fighters Deluxe (Kirby Fighters Z in Japan) is the separate 3DS eShop release of the Kirby: Triple Deluxe subgame, Kirby Fighters. It released alongside another Triple Deluxe subgame standalone, Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe. Overall, it shares the same content as the original version, but expands on it.
Dedede's Drum Dash DeluxeReleased in 2014
Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe (Dedede's Drum Dash Z in Japan) is a rhythm 3DS eShop game that is a separate release of Kirby: Triple Deluxe subgame, Dedede's Drum Dash. It released alongside another Triple Deluxe subgame standalone, Kirby Fighters Deluxe. It has the same base content, but also adds some more.
Team Kirby Clash DeluxeReleased in 2017
Team Kirby Clash Deluxe (JP) is an expanded free-to-start version of the mode from Kirby: Planet Robobot, playable on the 3DS system. This Kirby spin-off focuses on a team of Kirbys fighting a series of bosses in a quest format. The game has Gem Apples as its currency for most tasks.
Kirby's Blowout BlastReleased in 2017
Kirby's Blowout Blast (JP) is an expanded take on the mode in Kirby: Planet Robobot, Kirby 3D Rumble. This game features Kirby going around 3D stages trying to clear out all the enemies by sucking them up and spitting them out. It was released on the eShop service for the Nintendo 3DS system in July.
Kirby Battle RoyaleReleased in 2017
Kirby Battle Royale (JP) (stylized as Kirby Battle Royale!) is a multiplayer arena fighter in the Kirby series, released for the Nintendo 3DS. The title features local and online multiplayer as well as a story mode.
Released in 2006
101.63 million units sold
Kirby's Epic YarnReleased in 2010
Kirby's Epic Yarn (JP) is a 2010 platformer video game released on the Wii that was first announced at E3 2010. Epic Yarn is the first home console Kirby game since Kirby Air Ride on the GameCube, released in 2003. The game is developed by Good-Feel, that amongst others previously developed Wario Land: Shake It! The game was ported to Nintendo 3DS in March 2019 as Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn. It added new power-ups and minigames and is the seventh and final Kirby game for the system. At a Nintendo Direct in September 2018, Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn was announced to be coming to the 3DS. However, the official game page later stated that the game was going to be exclusive to the New 3DS systems, causing a bit confusion, but two weeks later, it was announced that the game would be played on all the 3DS models.
Kirby's Return to Dream LandReleased in 2011
Kirby's Return to Dream Land (Kirby's Adventure Wii in Europe and Australia) is a 2011 platformer game in the Kirby series for the Wii. The game was developed by HAL Laboratory, and unlike the previous Kirby game for the Wii, Kirby's Epic Yarn, it returns to the series' more traditional gameplay.
Kirby's Dream CollectionReleased in 2012
Kirby's Dream Collection (JP) is an anthology collection game celebrating the Kirby series' 20th anniversary, which occured on April 27, 2012. The collection includes a Wii disc featuring six past Kirby titles, a book containing Kirby's history, and a soundtrack CD with music from the series. The collection was released in Japan on July 19, 2012 and in North America on September 16, 2012, but it was never released in Europe or Australia, although an issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine confirmed a Winter 2012 release was planned. This was the final first-party title to be released for the Wii by Nintendo in those regions.
Released in 2012
13 million units sold
Kirby and the Rainbow CurseReleased in 2015
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse (known as Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush in Europe) is a 2015 Wii U platformer/puzzle game that seems to be a sequel to the 2005 Nintendo DS game Kirby: Canvas Curse. The art is done in a claymation style. Despite this, the game does run at a smooth 60 fps.
Released in 2017
103.54 million units sold
Kirby Star AlliesReleased in 2018
Kirby Star Allies (JP) is the first Kirby title on the Nintendo Switch, released worldwide on March 16, 2018. The game is a 2D platformer with the gimmick of Kirby befriending enemies and using their powers in combination to solve puzzles.
Kirby Fighters 2Released in 2020
Kirby Fighters 2 is a Nintendo Switch eShop title. It's a sequel to Kirby Fighters Deluxe, which was an expanded version of a subgame in Kirby: Triple Deluxe. The game features a new copy ability, Wrestler Kirby. The game was accidentally listed on Nintendo's website before it was announced. The game expands the playable cast to 22 fighters including 5 other characters besides Kirby. 20 stages are able to be fought. The game includes a single-player Story mode and Online multiplayer.
Kirby and the Forgotten LandReleased in 2022
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is a 3D platformer in the Kirby series released worldwide for the Nintendo Switch system on March 25, 2022. It is the second game in the series after Kirby Star Allies in 2018 to be released for the Switch. It was first announced at a September 2021 Nintendo Direct, and was released as part of the franchise's 30th anniversary celebration. It is the first mainline Kirby game with full 3D gameplay.
Kirby's Dream BuffetReleased in 2022
Kirby's Dream Buffet is a party video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It was released digitally on August 17, 2022.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land DeluxeReleasing in 2023
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe is a remake of a Wii game set to be released on the Switch in 2023.
Music Player ♪
- My Selection - Default Playlist
- Hoshi no Kaabii - Kirby March
- Hoshi no Kaabii - Strong Star Warrior
- Hoshi no Kaabii - Warp Star
- Hoshi no Kaabii - Pink Visitor
- Hoshi no Kaabii - Popstar
- Hoshi no Kaabii - Kirby!
- Kirby: Right Back At Ya! Theme Song
- Staff Credits - Kirby's Dream Land - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- King Dedede's Theme - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- Butter Building - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- Kirby 64 - Pop Star
- Kirby 64 - Quiet Forest
- Kirby 64 - Rock Star Quicksand
- Kirby 64 - Boss Battle
- Kirby 64 - Rock Star
- Kirby 64 - Ruins
- Kirby 64 - Aqua Star
- Kirby 64 - Mountain Stream
- Kirby 64 - Neo Star
- Kirby 64 - Shiver Star
- Kirby 64 - Above The Clouds
- Kirby 64 - Ripple Star
- Kirby 64 - Miracle Matter Battle
- Kirby 64 - End Credits
- Kirby 64 - Training Theme
- Kirby and the Forgotten Land - Running Through the New World
- Kirby's Return to Dream Land - Cookie Country
- Kirby's Return to Dream Land - Title Theme 8 Bit Remix
- Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush - The Beginning of a Journey
- Kirby: Super Star - Gourmet Race
- Kirby Fighters Deluxe - King Dedede
- Kirby's Dream Land - Green Greens
- Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble - Water Stage
- Kirby's Block Ball - Stage 1
- Zelda Wind Waker Theme
- Super Mario 64 - Water Theme / Dire Dire Docks
- Super Mario World - Athletic
- Super Mario World 2 - Athletic
- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Opening Team
- Pokemon: HeartGold & SoulSilver - Pokémon Center
- Pokemon: HeartGold & SoulSilver - Poke Mart
- Pokemon: HeartGold & SoulSilver - Surf
- Pokemon: HeartGold & SoulSilver - National Park
- Pokemon Season 1 Theme (French)
- Pokemon Season 1 Theme (English)
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Setting off
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Silly Psyduck
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Team Rocket's Motto
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Burning Battle Field
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Prayer
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Reunion
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Total War
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: Persistant Pokemon
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: The matter's settled
- Pokemon Season 1 Music: To be continued
- Monster Hunter Tri - Loc Lac, Be Eternal
- Monster Hunter Tri - Village Theme
- MHXX/MHGU - Bherna Village Theme
- MHGU/MHXX - Hub/Wycademy Theme
- Yoshi's Woolly World - Yarn Yoshi Takes Shape!
- Tamagotchi Movie Opening (English)
- Tamagotchi Movie Opening (French)
- Tamagotchi no Kira Kira Omisetchi - Main Theme
- Yoshi's Island - Athletic (SMW Style)
- Mario Kart Double Dash!! - Circuit Theme
- Mario Kart Double Dash!! - Waluigi Stadium & Wario Colosseum
- Mario Kart DS - Waluigi Pinball
- Super Mario Land - Overworld (Birabuto Kingdom) [Remix]
- Super Mario World - Athletic Theme [Remix]
- Yoshi's Island - Athletic Theme [Remix]
- Yoshi's Island - Flower Garden [Remix]
- Kirby's Dream Land - Green Greens [Remix]
- Super Mario 64 Remastered - File Select
- Super Mario 64 - Snow Mountain [Remix]
- Super Mario 64 - Bob-omb Battlefield [Remix]
- Mario Kart Wii - Coconut Mall
- Super Mario - Athletic Themes Medley
- Banjo Kazooie - Main Title
- Banjo Kazooie - Spiral Mountain
- Banjo Kazooie - Mumbo's Mountain
- SM64: Snow Mountain: Orchestral Arrangement
- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon - File Select Arrangement
- Yoshi's Island - Flower Garden Arrangement
- Banjo Kazooie - Spiral Mountain Remastered
- Animal Crossing - Main Theme Remaster
- Pokemon Black/White - Route 6 (Winter) Arrangement
- Banjo Kazooie - Freezeezy Peak Remaster
What is a CRT?
Cathode-Ray Tube TVs were the norm for a very long time before the rise of LCDs. They work very differently from today's LCD and OLED screen technologies, instead of fixed pixels being lit up by a backlight (or lit themselves on OLED), it's electron guns firing photons on the phosphors that are inside of the screen glass creating the image on the screen. Those TVs have the advantage of having no input-lag or ghosting, and handling low-resolution way better than modern screens because of them not having a fixed resolution and the "scanlines" or aperture grill. This is my attempt at recreating the CRT TV i used to have as a kid on which i used to watch cartoons after school or play video games.
Import your Videos
You can upload your own (YouTube) video in it by pasting the end of the URL link in the little box and pressing "Upload".
Compilation of cool websites
Humble Bundle - Good deals for PC Games ⧉
BitView - Old Youtube Clone ⧉
Apollo 17 in Real-time ⧉
The Useless Web ⧉
Radiooooo - Radio from 1900 to today ⧉
Astrobin - Amateur Astronomy Photos ⧉
Open Cursor Library - Custom mouse cursors for your computer ⧉
Winamp Skin Museum ⧉
DeepL - Better than Google Translate ⧉
Hadzy - Search Old Youtube Comments ⧉
Monkeytype - Test your typing skills ⧉
How to add winamp to your website ⧉
Geocities gifs search engine ⧉
Old TV Simulator ⧉
Tamagotchi Archive ⧉
Listen to radio all around the world with a map of earth ⧉
Past Versions of this website
I started this website in April 2022 and it has evolved a lot. I placed snapshots from the old versions down below to keep track of my progress. You can also explore the Wayback Machine ⧉.