The last we heard of RSPsar Dumper was last month, when author Red Squirrel updated the homebrew development utility to decrypt Sony's official 3.95 firmware for the PlayStation Portable. Today marks a new chapter in it's lifetime. Since the release of Sony's official firmware 4.00, RSPsar Dumper has been updated to version 3
Stackless Python PSP 2.5.2 R1
Here's a bit of good news for the aspiring PSP developer out there. carlosedp has announced that a new build of the Stackless Python PSP programming language is now available for use within the homebrew community.
The version was build using the latest version of the original Stackless Python Code, currently at v 2.5
Faintless Maker is a Rpg Style game engine that allow you to build your PSP games directly from your PSP! Just like Rpg Maker for the pc!
It's easy and fast, and you don't need to learn any programming lenguage!
-Tleport whne touching map Bouds
-a shell connecting the various components of the programme,
-a powerful image editor fully incorporated,
-assistance in html format for easier reading and easier access to different chapters.
For more details on the operation of this program, see the readme file included in the archive
Phoenix Game Engine (Lua) 0.01
Phoenix Game Engine (PGE) is a fully featured engine for game development written by InsertWittyName and MK2k.
PGE Lua is the Lua wrapper of that engine.
pge.controls - Handling button and analog input.
pge.dir - Directory access and file system operations that deal with directories.
Phoenix Game Engine (Lua) 0.02
Version 0.02 has been released.
Added pge.exit() to explicitely exit at any time.
Fixed pge.texture.draw() to only allow the correct number of parameters to be passed (reported by #Gianni#).
Added pge.texture.swizzle() to swizzle a texture.
Added pge.texture.unswizzle() to unswizzle a texture
Minimalist PSPSDK for Windows
With this SDK you are able to code your own applications for the amazing
device that is the Sony PlayStation Portable. If you finished the installation
and you are reading this document you are ready to code.
Pick the code examples from the psp/sdk/samples directory and investigate
For those who haven't seen previous versions, fMSX is a famous emulator of the MSX, MSX2, and MSX2+ 8bit home computers.
It runs MSX/MSX2/MSX2+ software on many different platforms including Windows and Unix.
See http://fms.komkon.org/fMSX/ for further informations