Wait... what ?! I never heard about this before. I though it was just a fan made game O_OThere was a Samurai Pizza Cats game? Wow! I liked the Anime or better, the edited Cartoon version we had here in germany (the original Anime is pretty different actualy). Didn't knew there was an NES game too.
Not a lot I reckon. So far of their official releases we've only really seen VCS 2600 stuff and stuff that I expect is the NES versions only. Even indie games as old and apparently simple as VVVVVV didn't run as well on my GHz pandora as my i686 laptop last time I tried it, so I reckon something like that's far beyond what this Evercade hardware can do. VVVVVV has at most 4 colours in it's dynamic palette I think, although it does run very fast, and is kind of a twitch game.Well, it also depends of what the hardware is capable of I guess? What games could we expect from the technical side (ignoring licenses for a second)?
Now I've no idea what they're actually emulating for those games. Pac-attack never had an arcade release, but did get released on Megadrive and SNES, while on the other hand Tower of Druga only had an 8-bit release alongside it's arcade release. Splatterhouse part 2 and 3 were Megadrive exclusives too.Galaga
Tower of Druaga
Dragon Spirit (the New Legend)
Dig Dug 2
Splatterhouse part 2
Splatterhouse part 3