Category: Virtual Boy
BLOX 2 (Demo) (Virtual Boy Game)

KR155E released a demo of his game BLOX 2, it’s a Sokoban style puzzle game.

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I have release a demo version of my current Virtual Boy homebrew project BLOX 2, a Sokoban style puzzle game. Since changing to the latest gccVB version about 2 months ago, the game refused to run on hardware and I hadn’t touched it since then. So I think it’s a good idea to share the last build from before the change in form of a demo version. Features of the demo:

– 16 MBit ROM
– 3D Graphics
– Over 1500 Levels in 29 Level Sets by various homebrew level authors
– Undo Functionality
– Includes “Multiblox” levels (two players to solve a level, each controlled by a D-Pad)
– Includes huge levels up to 29×32 blocks in Mini Mode
– Includes 6 languages: English, German, Spanish, Swedish, French and Italian
– Save Battery support to save options, finished levels etc

Any feedback about the demo is appreciated and will help to release a polished final version.

Thanks to KR155E for the news!

http://pdroms.de/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=484

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PVB Coding Competition (Virtual Boy misc)

The guys behind “Planet Virtual Boy” are having a coding competition for the good old Visual Boy. It’s pretty exotic, so it should hopefully attract a bunch of coders 😉

All details can be found at the compo page!

Thanks to retroK / http://www.aep-emu.de for the news.

http://www.vr32.de/modules/news/article.php?storyid=239&lang=english

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Mario Flying Demo (15-09-2002)

Simple Demo, in which you can move a picture of Mario across the screen using the D-Pad.

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Hello World v1.1

The standard Hello World demo which show a “Hello, World!” on the screen.

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Framebuffer Drawing Demo (19-04-2003)
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Etch-A-Sketch (19-04-2003)
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BitString Demo (30-05-2004)
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Glow Demo (20-09-2002)

Simple Demo, in which you can let the screen “glow” by pressing Start.

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Tic Tac Toe v1.0

This is a 2 Player Tic Tac Toe game. This game supports the Link Cable, so unless you have two Virtual Boys with two reprogrammable carts and a selfmade cable, you unfortunately won’t be able to play this.

Credits to http://www.vr32.de/ for the description!

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