We're sending word that developer MK2k has released Chess Clock PSP v1.0 for use among the homebrew community. As its name implies, this application is an Analogue Chess/Game Clock Simulator built to run on Sony's handheld gaming system.
It's written in C++ code, and was built using the JGE++ engine developed by Dr. Watson, and the Chipmunk Game Physics library by Slembcke. Chess Clock v1.0 has been built to run on firmwares 3.xx, and currently carries these features:
* Two connected clocks
* Each clock containing:
* a big clock pointer
* a small clock pointer
* a flag
* a star-shaped wheel for activity indication
* 2D physics simulation on the flags
* The pointers are rotating by an estimated angle velocity, so this app does NOT feature the most accurate clocks on the planet (it may vary by some seconds per hour)
Installation and usage instructions for this app are available in the file bundle's readme. That aside, MK2k also posted a short historical lesson on where Chess Clocks originated, and a rundown of some of the clock's uses in a chess match.
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