Looks like PSP and NDS homebrew masters need to make some space for Xbox 360 homebrew developers. Since the very recent release of XNA beta, we've already got our hands on a couple of them. The first one was FX14 XNA by ARogan (BACKLINK TO FOLLOW)
And now here comes Xbox 360 homebrew application no.2: Simply Explosion Maker (SEM) by East-Power Soft.
The Simply Explosion Maker (SEM) is a simple program creates graphical explosions for 2D games. It is not a program to create absolute realistic particle emissions, says the developer, but it could be the only program of its kind yet. If you play FX14 XNA, the explosions in that game were done by SEM.
SEM is a will come in handy for homebrew game developers making their first shooting games looking for a quick, simple and clean resolution explosion graphics.
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PMP Mod and Muxer PMP Mod and Muxer
Source code for developers to peek at!
Here's whats new in this version:
* The color space conversion is now done with the GU (inspiration taken from the standard JiniCho's PMP 0.0.6). Speed increase of about 4fps. Quality also slightly increase (due to chroma interpolation)
Woopsi A new version of Ant512's Woopsi, a handy windowing system for creating homebrew user interfaces for the Nintendo DS is now out folks
Stackless Python port for Sony PSP Stackless Python port for Sony PSP
Aside from Lua and C++, another programming language that's also been used for developing PSP homebrew is python, originally created by Guido van Rossum in 1991. With regards to python, we've just picked up word from programmer Carlos Eduardo that he's finished work on a PSP port of the Stackless Python programming code
Visual Application Developer Pegasus2000 - the brains behind the PSP's Nanodesktop devkit - has just announced that fellow coder Andrea Badiali has released Visual Application v
libwiisprite Wiibrewers Chaosteil, Feesh and Arikado has released a new version of libwiisprite, a handy sprite library for the Nintendo Wii that uses GX as its underlying rendering engine
Wii Homebrew Cursors From WiiBrew, we've spotted a visual resource treat for developers within the budding Nintendo Wii homebrew community: a set of cursor images that mimic the next-generation console's standard Wiimote cursor set
NDS Managedbuilder Sniper doesn't let a great season like summer to stop him from doing something what he loves which is brewing NDS applications
DDS:AP r2 DDS:AP r2
b0xx0r from our forums has just updated his awesome homebrew called Duelli Della Scheda : Arte Persa, or DDS:AP.
If you've just joined us, DDS:AP is a development version of an isometric map maker which you can use in creating your turn-based RPGs. Right now, it's not in any playable form