kyelewis has just released Tiff AnalogFun v0.1.1, an update of the Tiff AnalogFun 0.1. In the updated version, some bugs have been fixed, and a new source code has been released.
The game's pretty easy to play. All you gotta do is use the analog stick to fill as many blocks as you can in 30 seconds, then you get your score. If you get to fill the squares in the last 10 seconds of the game, you earn double points. Press [Home] if you wish to quit the game.
Installing is just as simple. Just unzip, then copy the PSP folder you unzipped to the root of your MS. Browse photos and use Run as slideshow" for "ANALOGFUN". kyelewis warns us that if we don't run as a slideshow, the analog stick won't work (this is a bug that still needs to get fixed). Otherwise, we can all use the source code for making new TIFF homebrew at http://yallara.cs.rmit.edu.au/~klewi...1.1-source.zip. It's based on the 2.8.0 sdk work by fanjita and the rest of the crew over at noobz.eu.
You can contact kyelewis by replying to the topic at the forum thread below or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. edu.au.
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