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BGB v1.0 (GB/C emu for Windows)

Beware informed me about a new version of his GB/C emulator BGB. It has a nice debugger now, which is very useful for coders! Some even say it comes close, or is better than no$gba now.http://bgb.bircd.org/

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SNES Advance v0.1f updated (SNES emu for GBA)

The SNES emulator for the GBA has been updated, this version fixes reading from VRAM.http://hem.passagen.se/flubba/gba.html

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Xump (GP32 game)

Kedo and myself (Kojote) are working on a new puzzle game for the GP32. Goal is to remove all blue blocks from the field without running out of time or falling down the way. The dark blue fields can be touched twice. The game might enter one of the current GP32 coding competitions. There are also different blocks, allowing you only to go in one specific direction etc to make everything funnier 🙂 The game is similar to”Sensitive”on C64.

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Blocktrap v0.6 (GBA game)

Fran?s Pessaux updated his puzzle game”Blocktrap”. Blocktrap is a small puzzle game in which you have to fight against blocks invading your territory from 3 directions. Some blocks with special properties increase difficulty a lot and make the game more interesting.http://www.gbadev.org/

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Klimt GP32 v0.1.9 (GP32 library)

Klimt for GP32 is a port of Klimt, the 3D graphics library for mobile devices, to the GP32 console made by Gamepark. The target of this port is to give the GP32 the ability to work with 3D graphics usingthe popular API OpenGL, which Klimt does indeed implement.

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Pituka (Amstrad emulator for GP32)

Image provided by: UnknownIt seems there is a new Amstrad CPC emulator in development for GP32, based on the famous PC emulator Caprice. For now there is no public release, but enjoy the screenshot.

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Interview with Robert J. Shepherd (GP32 misc)

The author of GPMADMP3, a MP3 player for the GP32, has been interviewed by Hooka.http://www3.telus.net/public/hooka/

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Gianas Return – WIP News (GP32/DC game)

Image provided by: KojoteDirectly from the Giana’s Return Homepage:

A long time without update, but now a larger one with probably very bad news. Our coder CHN is missing since around March 2004, just shortly after the Giana’s Return v0.90 release for Dreamcast and GP32 he disappeared, with the reason beeing busy and working on his university diploma stuff. The last direct contact with CHN was end of March 2004, the last indirect contact around June 2004. The point is: NO CODER = NO FINAL RELEASE. The rest of the team is very unhappy about this situation and we tried to keep everything running, but sometimes there is a point where you just can’t hide facts. We tried almost everything to reach him, calling him on his homephone (no response at all), writing emails to all of his known email-accounts and so on. We even tried to get in touch with his brother and asking about CHN’s situation. We really do not know what happend to him as he even did not have the time to write a short”beeing absent”mail to the team.Of course the team would be happy to finalize the game, as many people wait for it. The game is at least 95% done, Alex has finalized the music last week, Kojote has finalized all the levels, but it all does not help without coder. He is the only one having the source!!!There is also a Giana’s Return v0.90 – Windows since March 2004 (development version), but we can’t release it, as it’s teamwork and everyone should have the possibility to say his opinion about a release. As this is not possible, due to CHN’s disappearance, we still keep it internal.We are thankful for all the donations so far, the great feedback, all people who supported us. As soon as CHN gives a sign of life, we try to finalize everything in time, before he has the chance to disappear again. Thanks for reading and never forget: Live long&prosper!

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

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Giro (GP32 game)

Image provided by: GP32 NewsDrumaster released a compressed version of the F-Zero-like racing game Giro. The game is exactly the same as the original release, but takes only 800kb instead of 6MB on your SMC.http://www.gp32news.com

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Motus Advance 1.0 (GBA game)

Image provided by: www.gbadev.orgMotus Advance is a thinking game based on vocabulary. More information and download available at www.gbadev.org.http://www.gbadev.org

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