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OpenJazz (r36) (GP32 misc)

OpenJazz is a free, open-source version of the classic Jazz Jackrabbit games.

Porter: Slaanesh

http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp32.cgi?0,0,0,0,20,1082

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BITS9000 (16-03-2010) (GP32 Demo)

BITS released a demo for the GP32. The demo features recursive quadrants, plasma, fluctuating quadrants, tunnel and electro music.

Link: http://thebitsclub.tripod.com/BITS9000-GP32-20100316.ZIP

Thanks to BITS for the news!

http://thebitsclub.tripod.com/

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OpenJazz v0.2 (GP32 misc)

OpenJazz is a free, open-source version of the classic Jazz Jackrabbit games.

Release notes:

An update to A600’s port of OpenJazz. This one has working bridges.

http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp32.cgi?0,0,0,0,1,1080

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devkitARM (Release 28) (GP32 misc)

devkitARM is a toolchain for DS, GBA and GP32.

Changes:

devkitARM release 28
Update gcc to 4.4.3
Update newlib to 1.18.0
Update to gdb 7.0.1
stack fix in ds_arm9_crt0 for mpu setup call
linkscripts now support init priority attribute on constructors
hopefully the last of the OSX 10.4 issues sorted

libnds 1.4.1
improve tanLookUp
reimplement arm7 swiIntrWait functions for DSi support
add extra interrupts for DSi arm7
make initSystem weak to allow override in user code
implement soft reset hooks, applications will now exit to menu if support is provided as per hbmenu
correct write buffer setup in mpu setup code
set background colors in consoleInit functions
correct offsets for bmp sprites

libfat 1.0.7
Use internal allocator wrapper instead of malloc directly

dswifi 0.3.12
minor change for newlib 1.18.0

libfilesystem 0.9.5
prefer fat over gba cart space when argv is present
default_arm7 0.5.10
added soft reset key combo

http://www.devkitpro.org/devkitarm/devkitarm-release-28-and-associated-libraries/

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Pandora Angst Coding Competition 2010 (GP32 misc)

This competition has been organised and prizes funded by members of the online GP32, GP2x, WIZ and DINGOO handheld console communities based on various international forums.

The competition was originally suggested on the GP32x.com forums after one member was feeling frustrated and anxious waiting for the pre-order of his Pandora handheld console and decided a fun distraction was in order.

Please contact codingcompetition @ googlemail.com if you would like to donate towards the total prize pool, you can donate as little or as much as you like. Also you can request to be an anonymous donor if you like.

If you would like to be considered as a judge please contact us at codingcompetition@googlemail.com.

If you would like to enter the competition please submit your entry using the online submission box. Also if you want to contribute a splash screen please email us. Splash screens should contain “2010 P.A.C.C February 9-29 2010” and our web address.

This competition was organised to reward and celebrate our scene’s coders and give them an opportunity to work on something they might enjoy doing rather than something “THAT I ACTUALLY LIKE AND CAN USE” as one selfish member stated. Also this competition is not intended to be a way “to shake down the community.”

Rules:

Entries to be submitted by using the online entry box no later than Sunday March 28 Midnight Greenwich time.

Entries will only be accepted for the following formats: GP32, GP2x, WIZ and DINGOO (Native or Dingux).

Entries will be accepted for other systems only if they benefit one of the above formats. For example development tools, video encoders, game makers etc that run on PC/Mac/Linux…

Already released software must have a substantial upgrade from previous releases to qualify for judging and must also contain a list of changes to the previous version.

Entries to contain a text file with the authors email, PayPal address, the name of the software and a brief description of the software. This file should be called “entry.txt”

Entries that are not stand alone software will have to include any libraries or files required to run. In special circumstances we will be flexible on this rule but clear instructions will have to be provided. In the case of interpreters and emulators copyrighted files should not be included.

Entries are not to be released to the public until after the contest has closed and winners announced. Private beta testing is of course allowed.

Entries that run on the units themselves will require a “2010 PACC” splash screen to be eligible for prizes. These splash screens will be downloadable from the competition webpage or you can make your own as long as it contains the following information: 2010 P.A.C.C February 9-29 2010. It also must contain the competition web address “http://webpoint-servers.com/pacc/” and any corporate sponsorship we pick up along the way. :D

Entries in languages other than English will be accepted as long as sufficient English documentation is provided.

http://webpoint-servers.com/pacc/

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Gianas Return v0.99.7 (GP32 Game)

Giana’s Return aims to be a worthy UNOFFICIAL sequel of the alltime classic “The Great Giana Sisters”.

Features:

* Power Ups and Extras
* Oldschool style pixeled sprites and tiles
* Wonderful hand drawn backgrounds
* Illustrated hand drawn storyline
* Over 18 Tracks of finest chip music!
* Multi-Language: German, English, French, Spanish
* Password and/or save game (depending on release platform)
* Hidden Warp Zones and Bonus Caves
* Hidden Trainer
* TOP 10 Highscore

Release notes:

Slaanesh ( http://www.slaanesh.net/ ) has released the initial port of Giana’s Return GP32. It runs pretty well and most of you might be astonished about the result. You can get the download from the dowload section.

Gianas.fxe is for NLU/FLU and BLU GP32’s
Gianas+.fxe is for the BLU+

All the data files must go into /gpmm/gianas on the GP32’s SMC.

Please give us feedback on this release and thanks to Slaanesh for his effort to port this to the GP32, it wasn’t an easy task!

Giana’s Return is available in the flavors Windows, GP2x, Wiz, GP32, Dingux, Ubuntu, Mac OSX and Dreamcast

http://www.gianas-return.de/

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OpenTyrian GP32 v1.01 (GP32 Game Port)

OpenTyrian is a port of the DOS shoot-em-up Tyrian. Tyrian is an arcade-style vertical scrolling shooter. The story is set in 20,031 where you play as Trent Hawkins, a skilled fighter-pilot employed to fight Microsol and save the galaxy. This port is done by slaanesh.

Changes:

Minor update which repairs the bad BLU+ version. Nothing else has changed.

http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp32.cgi?0,0,0,0,30,1076

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OpenTyrian GP32 v1.0 (GP32 Game Port)

OpenTyrian is a port of the DOS shoot-em-up Tyrian. Tyrian is an arcade-style vertical scrolling shooter. The story is set in 20,031 where you play as Trent Hawkins, a skilled fighter-pilot employed to fight Microsol and save the galaxy. This port is done by slaanesh.

Discussion: http://www.gp32x.com/board/index.php?/topic/51253-opentyrian-gp32-v1-0/

http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp32.cgi?0,0,0,0,30,1076

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MAME4ALL GP32 v1.1 (Arcade emu for GP32)

Slaanesh updated his port of MAME4ALL for the GP32.

Changes:

* Improvements to frontend.
* New graphics (by Antiriad).
* Faster code.
* New DrZ80 modes.
* Lots of fixes.
* New games working.

http://www.slaanesh.net/

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devkitARM (Release 27) (GP32 misc)

devkitARM is a toolchain for DS, GBA and GP32.

Release notes:

The final build of devkitARM release 27 and associated libraries were uploaded to SF recently. These are now available through the windows installer. For the download links for other platforms see the getting started section of the wiki.

For problems, comments and support please use the forums and not the post comments.

devkitARM release 27:
Update binutils to 2.20
Update gcc to 4.4.2
Update to gdb 7.0
filesystem IO now defaults to unbuffered meaning that the full length requested on read/write is passed to the devoptab pseudo device drivers.
ds crt0 will now detect an 8meg debug system and adjust memory accordingly
ds mpu setup has been moved to libnds for easier maintenance
ndstool can now read ELF files directly without intermediate binary stage

libnds 1.4.0
Bugfixes in fifo layer
The deprecated IPC struct has now been removed
added memCached & memUncached functions to convert pointers between those regions
memory rearrangement to support 8meg setup
guruMeditationDump function exposed for user code
set correct palette on guruMeditationDump
DS mpu setup moved from ds crt0 for ease of maintenance

dswifi 0.3.11
use memUncached function for uncached memory.

libfat 1.0.6
Implement read ahead cache
Fix issues with short aliases
Fix timestamps
Set access and modify times on directory creation
correct problems with overallocation of clusters.

default arm7 0.5.8
recompiled and linked against new libraries.

libfilesystem 0.9.4
recompiled with new headers

http://www.devkitpro.org/devkitarm/devkitarm-release-27-and-associated-libraries/

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