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Homebrew

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by Viper3, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. Viper3

    Viper3 Regular member

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    What does somebody mean when they say this?
     
  2. cummins

    cummins Guest

    Here i looked it up for u
    "Homebrew is a term frequently applied only to video games that are produced by consumers on proprietary game platforms; in other words, game platforms that are not typically user-programmable, or use proprietary hardware for storage. Sometimes games developed on official development kits, such as Net Yaroze or PS2 Linux are included in the definition. Some, however, also refer to all non-commercial, "home-developed" games for open architectures as homebrew games, though these typically go under more frequently used labels, such as freeware. The term doesn't, however, include commercially sold games that are developed without the console manufacturer's license"
    What that all means i have no clue LOL
     
  3. t-loader

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    Hi i always thought homebrew meant making your own beer and wine ??
     

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