Bluescale Demo by wickeycolumbus displays all the shades of blue possible. On 29th April the source-code has been released, which is also posted just right under this news text.
Here is the source code:
This program runs and displays the current status of your CD drive door on the HyperScan.
This is a very simple 3d wireframe cube demo coded by ppcasm.
Bluescale Demo by wickeycolumbus displays all the shades of blue possible.
ppcasm wrote a “Hello World” for Mattel’s HyperScan. Nothing big but here it is :)
wickeycolumbus and his buddy, who managed to get homebrew working on the Mattel HyperScan console, do have a webboard, where you can get some information and discuss about HyperScan development!
Wickeycolumbus and ppcasm figured out how to homebrew on a Mattel HyperScan ( more info see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperscan ).
Many people on this forum hate the mattel HyperScan, and thought homebrew would not be possible on it. For the past few months, a guy named ‘ppcasm’ and I have been figuring out how the thing works, and released a few demos here an there. I am not sure if anyone here is interested, but here is a scrolling color demo I just made for it. Written 100% in SPG290 Assembly language. In order to run it, you must have a real HyperScan (no emulator exists yet), and a CD-R. All you have to do is burn the HYPER.EXE file to the CD-R and put in into an un-modded HyperScan, wait about a minute, and the screen pops up with fabulous colors :)