Your Linux project looks really nice. Congratulations!
I hope you get enough interest in the fosdem.
Introduce the GP32 to some more Linux-happy people and Gamepark will for sure be able to sell more units :). Maybe some of them end up in home automation or car mp3 jukeboxes, but who cares ;-).
Its the other way around. DS will behave like a gba with a gba flashcart inserted (if they work at all) and no rewritable ds carts will be available for quite a while.
The PSP on the other hand is a dream for emulators, its fast, has a huge screen and they alreay announced that games will be...
I ordered from
in May '02 and the old non-blu was 185000 Won. None of the stores which was selling gp32 at that time is selling them now.
The GP32 is even harder to find in shops, you really need to order via Internet. If you are there only for a short time, let a...
Please, news team, look into
to find out about the changes in the new version.
They write even in english now:
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I would like to know the places in spain and italy where the gp32 blu is available for order. I want to buy it for euro to avoid currency differences and i could also go to italy or spain for my order but i saw that in the shop it always seems to be 200 euro.
I think the pong idea is great. I cant wait to try it at home. I can remeber playing pong and tennis and all these games on a german equivalent of a Magnavox Odyssey when I was a little kid.
I hope the typical sound is there, too :)
well then play the other emulators of that aera (genesis, snes) and see how tight they are. What do you like for a shoot-em-up? Either savestates or rather fullspeed emulation? Ever asked why nobody says "I played rtype/super aleste on the snes and liked it since it has savestates."? Both games...
Look at VNS, the virtual novel system for novel style games.
look at zot! for gauntlet style games.
You can definitely do rpgs in zot sooner or later and it is actively developed.
Both are controlled by scripts, zot even has a windows part, so you write
So as trans said, the rflib is by black-, the one who also wrote gpengine. It was made for the multiplayer mode in gpengine. It works fine and a new version will be out sometime.
My gpasteroids still uses gp's rf functions (and is thus a little slow in multiplayer mode), but Jump'n'bump of...
your scripting language looks very nice and simple.
maybe labels for actions, texts, etc. would be handy (instead of numbers), but
taking care of a symbol table in run time is probably not on your priority list... :)
would it be possible to move e.g. a wall out of the way when a button is...
Sounds perfect. I still wait for perl on the gp32 though. :-)
But the gp32 people are strange. First all the kiddies cry out they want to program something. Then when given the virtual novel system, there is nobody really using it. Lets see wether it will be different this time.