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A QBASIC-like high level compiler named basiegaxorz exists for the Sega Genesis.
The Neo-Geo Home Cart and Arcade Systems can be tough candidates for homebrew development.
Homebrew is a term frequently applied to video games or other software produced by consumers to target proprietary hardware platforms (usually with hardware restrictions) not typically user-programmable or that use proprietary storage methods.
This can include games developed with official development kits, such as Net Yaroze, Linux for Play Station 2 or Microsoft XNA. In Japan, these games are usually called "Dōjin soft".
Homebrew games for older systems are typically developed using emulators for convenience, since testing them requires no extra hardware on the part of the programmer.
In this respect, Atari 2600 programming could be considered a form of hard real-time computing.The Atari 2600, released in 1977, is a popular platform for homebrew projects.Games created for the Atari can be executed using either an emulator or directly when copied onto a blank cartridge making use of either a PROM or EPROM chip.The relative simplicity of older systems enables an individual or small group to develop acceptable games in a reasonable time frame.
All major sixth generation consoles enjoy some popularity with homebrew developers, but less so than earlier generations.However, the NES-101 removed the 10NES lockout chip so any game, whether homebrew, unlicensed, or another region of an official game, can be played.