I am a game developer on my 2nd year in college and been making games for years now. I know a lot about how versatile the Genesis 68000 Motorola CPU and the back up Z80 CPU was. It was just about as wide spread as the 6502 that too many computers, consoles and even industrial equipment used to list. However, the video I provided is hard coded then pushed to a homebrew cartridge. The audio is 4 channel amiga style module digital music coupled with the hard coded palette swapped sprite animations, well we will say this blew my mind. Back in the day this machine amazed. Here it is some 30 odd years later and here I am amazed again. Bravo. Watch the video see what you think and let's talk Sega Genesis and it's powerhouse :)
To be clear I did not make this just happened across it looking at what the demo scene had been doing with Genesis hardware.
The one thing I notice with the SNES is the palette for black and white should be perfect, similar to the Sega and even the Atari 400 version of the same sequence however, the SNES suffers from really bad banding in the images like the Sun in the one part appears as several circles of harsh shades of white where the Sega handles it more like the original music video. One small note too the song "Bad Apple" originates from the NEC PC-98000 computer from Japan, which was a bullet hell shooter. The game is called Touhou 4 that the song comes from then about 2010 Nomico a Japanese singer decided to put lyrics to it and the song blew up from there in Japan. The demo scene latched on to the song and there are versions of the video for 2600, Atari 400/800/ 5200 (console), PC Engine via a MSX computer, Genesis, Super NES, NES, Master System, Amiga, Commodore 64, Gameboy (B&W), SNK Neo Geo and a bunch of other platforms. I've seen a few Texas Instrument calculators with it LOL. So the demo scene loves the song and visuals of the music video. reply