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Break An Egg is a cute arcade game for the SEGA Megadrive / Genesis home console.

Eggs are falling from the sky!
Move your chicken to make them bounce into the basket.
If an egg touches the ground, you loose!

How many eggs can you rescue?

Cartridge version

Break An Egg is included as a bonus game in the beautiful cartridge edition (complete with box and bonus postcards) of my other Mega Drive / Genesis game "30 Years of Nintendon't." This physical version is published by Coté Gamers, and you can buy it here to enjoy 3 new games on your console:


Game ROM

Break An Egg is an actual game for the SEGA Megadrive / Genesis home console. 
You can download the ROM version of the game here, and use it with a Megadrive / Genesis emulator
for any system you like. Here are a few examples:

Of course, you can also play it on a real console if you own a FlashCart!

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorDr. Ludos
TagsChicken, eggs, genesis, Homebrew, megadrive, Pixel Art, Retro


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

BreakAnEgg.bin [Genesis/Megadrive ROM - use with any emulator] 256 kB


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I suggest removing the link for the emulator for PSP/PS Vita, since that's a piracy site.

Pretty sure there's at least 1 Genesis/Mega Drive emulator in Retroarch in both the PS Vita and PSP versions, so you could link it instead.

Edit: fixed the wording in the message.


Hi, thanks a lot for the heads-up, I replaced the link with RetroArch for the PSP/Vita too!


Dear Dr. Ludos, may I please re-share your games (not just this one:) and also future ones :) on my github project page?  What license may I use, please? More details about the project in my profile --> https://retrobrews.itch.io/ Thank you in advance! Retro Fan

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Hi! Thanks for your interested. Your project looks cool!

Feel free to host any of my freeware homebrews games on your project! A link back to their original itch.io page on the readme file would be appreciated if possible. Regarding license, all my games hosted on itch.io are freeware but still copyrighted, unless otherwise noted.

Good luck with your project, and thanks for helping people getting aware of retro homebrews releases!

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Hi Dr. Ludos, thank you very much for your approval! Readme file w details, backlinks, copyright, etc. will be included for all games as usual. ;)