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WiiuseJ If you're a programmer, you might take an interest in this new Java API, WiiuseJ
PSP GetXY PSP homebrew developer Maxy_PSP - author of PSP Quizzer and PSP SystemInfo - has released PSP GetXY, a new app that allows other developers to get the precise X and Y coordinates of a point on the PSP's screen
LuaPlayer HM The previous release of the homebrew application LuaPlayer HM for the PlayStation Portable had the dev asking for help from anyone who knew how to use adhoc
The shower of homebrew goodness continues as Sony PlayStation Portable homebrew developer Zx-81 recently made it known in the QJ.NET forums that his latest project, the PSPTI99: TI-99/4 Emulator for the PSP version 1.0.1 is now available for download and use
PSP Animation Studio Masonman has released the latest update to his homebrew Lua app PSP Animation Studio
REminiscenceDS 0.1.8 - Flashback for DS REminiscenceDS 0.1.8 - Flashback for DS REminiscence is a rewrite of the engine used in the game Flashback from Delphine Software. This program is designed as a cross-platform replacement for the original executable and uses the SDL library. Original version by Gregory Montoir.
Copy the original dos files into the romdisk/Data directory and run the createromdisk
Dark Killer from our forums as released his 2nd modified version of LuaPlayer v0.17, which is a pre-release version and not guaranteed to be as stable as LuaPlayer v0.16, the last official release. In this version, Dark Killer has added the complete UMD support and the ability
to set the CPU clock to one of three presets
CPS1PSP/CPS2PSP/MVSPSP source code (12/05 update) CPS1PSP/CPS2PSP/MVSPSP source code (12/05 update)
We were planning on making a Justin Timberlake reference for this article, but we realized it was a lot tougher than it seemed, so let's keep it straight. NJ's released yet another version of his emulator programs, as well as a bugfix to the source codes
PSPFramework 1.0 PSPFramework 1.0
With the recent number of coding competitions, homebrew programmers have slowly been carving out a niche in the homebrew scene for Sony's PlayStation Portable. In particular, the Old School Library (OSlib) Sprites Lib has become the mainstay framework on which coders have been basing their 2D games on for the PSP
Youresam from our forums has released a bugfix to his Netlib homebrew library for the PSP. Netlib started out as a library of functions so PSP developers don't have to re-type the code. Then it added phone-dialling feature, then email support and then text messaging! It's so easy to use too
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