Saturday, October 30, 2010

Dingoo/Gemei A330 – Looks like the Native Megadrive Emulator … works!

Unlike the native A320 emulator, it looks like the Genesis/Megadrive emulator that ships with the new A330 works a charm:

Dingoo A330 Video - 2 players playing Contra Wirelessly!

Wow!

Brickout Dingux

Brickout
28th Oct 2010

The porting machine z_man3007 has released Brickout!

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"Brick Out" is based on the classic arcade game "Breakout."
The objective is to clear a screen of bricks by bouncing a ball against them. You use a paddle to bounce the ball, and keep it on the screen.

Controls: (Using D-pad)
-------------
You can play the game with the buttons on your Dingoo (or Virtual mouse):

Title Screen:
------------------
D-pad    Toggle between different levels using D-Left and D-Right.

Start    Press X button to start the game.
Quit     Press Select button to exit.

Game Screen:
-------------------
D-pad To move the paddle Left and Right
Ball     Press X button to shoot the ball
Quit    Press Select to get back to the main screen.

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/brickout/

Brickout
Author/Porter: z_man3007
Download: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,0,0,0,27,457

Color Lines Dingux

Color Lines
27th Oct 2010

z_man3007 has ported Color Lines!

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Dingux Requirement: Virtual Mouse

Game Control:
---------------------
Move Cursor             D-pad + R button
Move Ball                  Move the coursor on the desired Ball and press B button while the Ball is flashing, move the cursor on the desired box and press B button.
Volume Control         Move the Cursor on Volume and press B button
View Info                  Move the Cursor on Info icon and press B button (Click on the Info icon again to get back to the game)
Restart Game             Click on Restart
Mute                         Click on the Music icon
Exit                           Press Select

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/color-lines/

Color Lines
Author/Porter: z_man3007
Download: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,0,0,0,25,456

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Useful links for those new to the Dingoo – new user guides

Here is a list of links for those just starting out on the Dingoo, and who just wanna know a little about what it’s all about.  They are not especially new, but not everyone of you out there has been kicking round these  parts since when posts like these constituted news.

You’d probably find these within 30 seconds on Google:

https://sites.google.com/site/thehopelesshobbyist/games/dingoo-a320-guide

http://dingoowiki.com/index.php?title=Main_Page

http://www.sentinelgames.com/documents/dingux.html

http://dingoo-scene.blogspot.com/2009/07/idiots-guide-to-installing-dingux-using.html

http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-help/dingoo-and-dingux-troubleshooting-and-faq-guide/

To the inevitable snide comments that these are as old as the fluff in Yoda’s bellybutton, talk is cheap -  if you know of a current link that is more up to date as at today, click on da button and say so!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Dingoo-Digital USA taking preorders for new Dingoo/Gemei A330

With the promise of a better Dingoo comes the sobering reality that you can’t really buy one yet! However, there is at least this glimmer of light:

Taking Pre-Orders for Gemei A330

« on: Today at 03:08:43 AM »


You wanted it you got it taking pre-orders for the Gemei/Dingoo A330No exact firm date but narrowed down to November 10th to 20th, 2010.
Here are the stats so far but nothing is cast in stone other then the processor and internal memory and audio:
Internal Memory: 4GB
Support: 8GB mini sd
Chipset:CC1800 (ARM 11 Processor
Frequency:500MHZ,600MHZ
Screen:3.0 inch,  4:3,320*240
Screen Color:1600W, LTPS Screen
TV Output: AV output
Emulators: Game Boy, Game Boy Colour, Game Boy Advance, NES, SNES, Mega Drive, Neo Geo, Capcom 1, Capcom 2
Menu Languages:Chinese(simplified, traditional),English, Japanese, French, Germany, Spanish……11 languages
Music Format:MP3、WMA、APE、FLAC、WAV……
LRC lyrics support and support for the game background music, support the music search function
Audio decoding Chipset: Cirrus
Sound Mode: unique 3D virtual sound field, FLASH animation playback, 8 EQ sound, for cycle selection
FM function: support campus radio (frequency 76MHZ ~ 108MHZ), support for more than 40 radio stations, supports FM launch
Photo: Support JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG and other image browsing
Audio Recording: Supported via built in Mic
Video feature: support RM, RMVB, AVI (h.264, DIVX, XVID), MKV, H.263, H.264, MOV, VCD, DVD, WMV, TP, TS, MP4, MPEG, MPG, 3GP, PMP 30 other formats,
support breakpoint play, support video up to 1080P
Text features: Support for TXT, PDF, HTML, CHM format Support for e-book reading function of TTS voices
Pre-Order your White Gemei A330 Here:
http://www.dingoo-digital-usa.com/product.sc?productId=49&categoryId=5
Pre-Order Black A330 Here:
http://www.dingoo-digital-usa.com/product.sc?productId=48&categoryId=5

Dingoo-Scene: ever ready and willing to scratch the perpetual itch to acquire at any time!

nlove 0.6.2 beta (Love2D) for Dingux

nlove 0.6.2 beta (Love2D) for Dingoo
October 25, 2010

Love2d has been ported to the DINGOO!

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Love is a portable Game Engine runtime.

Howto develop Games using Love2D visit the website: http://love2d.org/

Sourcecodes for all Games are included (*.love files are ZIP-Archives)!

Read the included README_Dingoo.txt for more information.

included Games are:

nPong
snake
Ninwa's Love Puzzle - small Physics Game

Use my virtual mouse for Ninwa's Love Puzzle Game!

included Demos:
* Hello World App
* Passing Clouds

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/nlove-0-6-2-beta-(love2d)-for-dingoo/msg23421/?topicseen#new

nlove_0.6.2_beta_dingoo.zip
Author/Porter: SiEnCe
Download: http://sience.schattenkind.net/dingoo/nlove_0.6.2_beta_dingoo.zip

Penguin Command Dingux

Penguin-Command
October 25, 2010

z_man3007 has ported Penquin-Command for us!

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Hello,

          z_man3007 is here with another nice little port and this time it is Penguin-Command.  Enjoy..    

Penguin Command is a clone of the classic Missile Command game, but has better graphics and sound.
The gameplay has been slightly modified.

Dingux Requirement: You must have mouse emulation on your dingux (use SiENcE's mouse emulation program).

   Controls:

    Aiming                 D-pad + R button
    Left cannon        Y button
    Middle cannon   B button
    Right cannon      A button
    Start                      R + Y
    Quit                       Press Select Twice
    Main Menu          Press Select and then press any buttons

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/penguin-command/msg23422/?topicseen#new

penguin-command.zip
Author/Porter: KARL BARTEL/Porter: z_man3007
Download: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,1,0,0,27,455

Monday, October 18, 2010

Booboo returns – and a reason to buy the NEW Dingoo/Gemei A330

Well, I’ve been off on Mancation to Syria and Jordan recently, but returning now, I find the above news – 2 weeks late for you reading it here - but damn good news, DAMN GOOD NEWS; most of all for Booboo himself!

BACK

Hi all,
Yes, I'm alive. I'll develop later a bit on what's happened for the last year, but first I'd like to apologize to all those disappointed by the sudden stop in A320/x760+ development. I was certainly forced by the circumstances, but that doesn't change the fact that some of you donated money and you probably feel it's not been put to good use. If you want your donation back, please email me.
Now for the blast:

  1. I have now sometime to work again on dingux.
  2. Someone from ChinaChip, from the team that developed the A320, contacted me.
  3. They want to support dingux development for the A330.
  4. They will provide hardware info on the A320.
  5. They will provide hardware info on the A330.
  6. They will provide couple of A330 machines.
  7. They already provided schematics and some source code for the x760+.
  8. They will try to provide a second x760+.

Bam.
The A320 is legacy and is no longer being manufactured (plus there seem to be quite a bunch of knock-offs), so they want to focus on the A330. The A330 is based on an ARM SoC (CC1800) for which, as far as I know, there's not already a linux port (as opposed to the Ingenic SoCs)... so this might be a bit off my skills. We'll see. The x760+ is no longer produced so it might not be possible to get another one (remember, I already have one purchased with donations), which would be helpful because there are two x760+ LCD types.
Having the schematics and example source code for the x760+ should make it much easier to get dingux up and running on it.
Hate to say this, but don't hold your breath. Now I have some time and I'm very motivated (the ChinaChip support is a blast), but my personal situation might change at any time and the job that pays the bills will always be the topmost priority.
And on the personal side (feel free to stop reading here): what's happened in the last year?.
By the time I was forced to put dingux on hold my company was struggling to survive, and downsizing like mad, up to the point that the I was the entire development department. Soon I became also the administrative, customer relations, manufacturing, and installation/repair department. Really. My gmail inbox just collapsed and at a certain point I just gave up trying to reply messages. I'm really sorry if some people felt ignored.
I was working on the hardware and OS of an OMAP3530 based facial biometrics access control system which was itself a quite complex project and wasn't expected to yield some income in the short term, so future looked grim. Then, all of a sudden, two customers (the local government of two small villages) contacted us regarding an outdoor wireless mesh PA system we used to develop and sell. There was an special stimulus plan from the spanish government which would provide financing for those two installations. This was unexpected, since the local governments are literally struggling to pay wages and as a contractor, you're lucky if you get paid six months after invoicing, but the stimulus plan changed the whole thing. It was evident that this was a one-time chance to get good, immediate revenue with a nice profit margin (not really, but we would be using stock that would otherwise have zero value), so I sort of finished the biometrics thingie as fast and as good as I could and jumped on to it.
That was about april.
To make things more fun, there were two choices: either use the v1 system, which had some problems, or finish the design of the v2 system, which would work much better, be easier to maintain, and allow to use all the existing equipment stock. So, I don't fucking know why, I went with the second, and from april to june (remember, at that time I was pretty much the whole company):
  1. Designed a new 200W class D weathertight amplifier. S/PDIF over RS422 and streaming over ethernet inputs. It has two microcontrollers inside, a PIC24 and a LPC1768, and I had never worked before with the later, though had some exprience with the luminary cortex-M3 parts.
  2. Built 20 units of the above, together with another 20 units of a specially modified wireless mesh node. I mean I literally built them. Ordered all the parts, soldered each and every component on the PCBs, machined the 20 cases and assembled it all. Well, actually my wife helped a lot by soldering most of the 0603 caps and resistors.
  3. Loaded my car with all the equipment and went on to install it. Climbing on top of a crane to put it on the top of the 14m poles and on roofs. Fortunately I'm not afraid of heights.
  4. Bought the two computers for the control centers, installed the OS, control application and configured it.
In retrospective, I just don't know how I could do it all myself. One man band working 16 hours a day. I guess it was a combination of good engineering and luck, lots of luck (never ever had a first prototype errorless and straight to production). The installations were finished on time and are being used now to do all the public announcements. Now that I think about it, in between all that, I had also to do some repairs on another old installation and fix some issues in the biometrics thingie. What a madness.
I spent july doing some adjustments to the wireless mesh nets. The customers paid promptly (nice special requirement of the stimulus plan, they must pay you before they get paid by the central government, otherwise... you know... six months to one year), which means we would be able to close the year in the green.
So I needed some rest and time with my family and went on vacation for the whole month on august. The last month I've been working a bit more on the biometrics stuff and developing an asterisk based voice inbox for the PA system, which is a late special request by one of the customers, but makes a good addition to the feature list of the system (which I'm not sure matters at all because I think we're not selling any more for a long time, at least here in Spain). The outdoor IP amplifier is a good piece of engineering and there's a slight chance that could be sold to another company. We'll see.
As I said, we're on the green up to the end of 2010, but there's no income prospect for 2011. So, while now I have some time to work on dingux, and I intend to take it easy for the next months, I will be looking for a new job, new city, new country, not necessarily in that order :-)

For those of you new to the scene, Booboo is:

1. da bomb

2. the dude without which, the Dingoo scene would be very much less of a scene

3. from the above, a very good reason to not buy the A330 that looks like a poor man’s PSP , but wait instead for the Gemei A330 – this beastie, which now, confirmed, comes exclusively with liberal doses of Booboo genius:

Booboo, you’ve had a tough year, but we’ve never forgotten! All our best from your number one fans, here at Dingoo-scene!

Dingoo/Gemei A330 (New) Review – Need to brush up on your Mandarin though …

The original makers of the A320 have (almost, really, any day now, kinda) released their helpfully named version of the A330.  Here’s a 3 part video review:

Whats a dingoo?

 

I really don’t know what to say.

Booboo returns

Well, I’ve been off on Mancation to Syria and Jordan recently, but returning now, I find the above news – 2 weeks late for you reading it here - but damn good news, DAMN GOOD NEWS; most of all for Booboo himself!

BACK

Hi all,
Yes, I'm alive. I'll develop later a bit on what's happened for the last year, but first I'd like to apologize to all those disappointed by the sudden stop in A320/x760+ development. I was certainly forced by the circumstances, but that doesn't change the fact that some of you donated money and you probably feel it's not been put to good use. If you want your donation back, please email me.
Now for the blast:

  1. I have now sometime to work again on dingux.
  2. Someone from ChinaChip, from the team that developed the A320, contacted me.
  3. They want to support dingux development for the A330.
  4. They will provide hardware info on the A320.
  5. They will provide hardware info on the A330.
  6. They will provide couple of A330 machines.
  7. They already provided schematics and some source code for the x760+.
  8. They will try to provide a second x760+.

Bam.
The A320 is legacy and is no longer being manufactured (plus there seem to be quite a bunch of knock-offs), so they want to focus on the A330. The A330 is based on an ARM SoC (CC1800) for which, as far as I know, there's not already a linux port (as opposed to the Ingenic SoCs)... so this might be a bit off my skills. We'll see. The x760+ is no longer produced so it might not be possible to get another one (remember, I already have one purchased with donations), which would be helpful because there are two x760+ LCD types.
Having the schematics and example source code for the x760+ should make it much easier to get dingux up and running on it.
Hate to say this, but don't hold your breath. Now I have some time and I'm very motivated (the ChinaChip support is a blast), but my personal situation might change at any time and the job that pays the bills will always be the topmost priority.
And on the personal side (feel free to stop reading here): what's happened in the last year?.
By the time I was forced to put dingux on hold my company was struggling to survive, and downsizing like mad, up to the point that the I was the entire development department. Soon I became also the administrative, customer relations, manufacturing, and installation/repair department. Really. My gmail inbox just collapsed and at a certain point I just gave up trying to reply messages. I'm really sorry if some people felt ignored.
I was working on the hardware and OS of an OMAP3530 based facial biometrics access control system which was itself a quite complex project and wasn't expected to yield some income in the short term, so future looked grim. Then, all of a sudden, two customers (the local government of two small villages) contacted us regarding an outdoor wireless mesh PA system we used to develop and sell. There was an special stimulus plan from the spanish government which would provide financing for those two installations. This was unexpected, since the local governments are literally struggling to pay wages and as a contractor, you're lucky if you get paid six months after invoicing, but the stimulus plan changed the whole thing. It was evident that this was a one-time chance to get good, immediate revenue with a nice profit margin (not really, but we would be using stock that would otherwise have zero value), so I sort of finished the biometrics thingie as fast and as good as I could and jumped on to it.
That was about april.
To make things more fun, there were two choices: either use the v1 system, which had some problems, or finish the design of the v2 system, which would work much better, be easier to maintain, and allow to use all the existing equipment stock. So, I don't fucking know why, I went with the second, and from april to june (remember, at that time I was pretty much the whole company):
  1. Designed a new 200W class D weathertight amplifier. S/PDIF over RS422 and streaming over ethernet inputs. It has two microcontrollers inside, a PIC24 and a LPC1768, and I had never worked before with the later, though had some exprience with the luminary cortex-M3 parts.
  2. Built 20 units of the above, together with another 20 units of a specially modified wireless mesh node. I mean I literally built them. Ordered all the parts, soldered each and every component on the PCBs, machined the 20 cases and assembled it all. Well, actually my wife helped a lot by soldering most of the 0603 caps and resistors.
  3. Loaded my car with all the equipment and went on to install it. Climbing on top of a crane to put it on the top of the 14m poles and on roofs. Fortunately I'm not afraid of heights.
  4. Bought the two computers for the control centers, installed the OS, control application and configured it.
In retrospective, I just don't know how I could do it all myself. One man band working 16 hours a day. I guess it was a combination of good engineering and luck, lots of luck (never ever had a first prototype errorless and straight to production). The installations were finished on time and are being used now to do all the public announcements. Now that I think about it, in between all that, I had also to do some repairs on another old installation and fix some issues in the biometrics thingie. What a madness.
I spent july doing some adjustments to the wireless mesh nets. The customers paid promptly (nice special requirement of the stimulus plan, they must pay you before they get paid by the central government, otherwise... you know... six months to one year), which means we would be able to close the year in the green.
So I needed some rest and time with my family and went on vacation for the whole month on august. The last month I've been working a bit more on the biometrics stuff and developing an asterisk based voice inbox for the PA system, which is a late special request by one of the customers, but makes a good addition to the feature list of the system (which I'm not sure matters at all because I think we're not selling any more for a long time, at least here in Spain). The outdoor IP amplifier is a good piece of engineering and there's a slight chance that could be sold to another company. We'll see.
As I said, we're on the green up to the end of 2010, but there's no income prospect for 2011. So, while now I have some time to work on dingux, and I intend to take it easy for the next months, I will be looking for a new job, new city, new country, not necessarily in that order :-)

For those of you new to the scene, Booboo is:

1. da bomb

2. the dude without which, the Dingoo scene would be very much less of a scene

3. from the above, a very good reason to not buy the A330 that looks like a poor man’s PSP , but wait instead for the Gemei A330 – this beastie, which now, confirmed, comes exclusively with liberal doses of Booboo genius:

Booboo, you’ve had a tough year, but we’ve never forgotten! All our best from your number one fans, here at Dingoo-scene!

Rockbot 0.1 b7 - Dingux

Rockbot 0.1 b7
October 10, 2010

Here is a nice game in the style of the MEGAMAN series. Sorry about the late post.

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Hello fellow Dinguxers!
I've just released the 7th beta for Rockbot , a game much like Megaman that is multiplatform, made using C/SDL.  This is the last beta for version 0.1, meaning it is fully playable, even if it does have a series of bugs.
In this version, we added an official port for Dingux, we hope you guys enjoy and help reporting bugs or contributing with code, graphics, music, sounds or ideas.

More information can be found here: http://rockbot.upperland.net

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/rockbot-0-1-b7/

Rockbot_Dingux.zip
Author/Porter: protomank
Download: http://rockbot.upperland.net/?download=0.1%20beta%207%20Dingux

Heroes-dingux beta

heroes-dingux beta
October 16, 2010

Here is another port for us. This game is awesome.

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A quick port of heroes for Dingoo-linux (Dingux and OpenDingux).
- currently no music
- don't try to type your name for scoreboard (probably will cause a crash)

heroes.tar.bz2
Author/Porter: Pollux, Guen, Alexel, TNK
Download: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,1,0,0,27,451

Aleph One - Dingux

Aleph One
October 16, 2010

Aleph One has been ported. This is a app that lets you run the Marathon games that were on the MAC back in the day. The developers of Marathon went on to create HALO.

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Release notes alephone-dingoo-v0 20101016:
------------------------------------------
- Based on Pickle's hard work, it basically compiled on Dingoo without trouble.
- Source changes: Needed an 'add #include ' in 'network_metaserver.h'
  and forced -march=mips32 to keep LUA happy. Also needs libboost in Dingux toolchain. -O3 flags
  halve the binary size and *triple* speed. Sometimes things work like they do in the movies...
- Commented out Pickle's Wiz key mapping (not needed on Dingoo, gp2x.h, screen.cpp and others).
  Found and changed menu keymapping from PC to Dingoo to eliminate the need for a mouse
  driver/workaround (shell.cpp).
- New menu dialog theme that's better readable (prefs, load, quit game, etc) and fits on the
  Dingoo's small screen (mostly). Looks like crap, but trust me, the original is worse when
  halved from 640x480 to 320x240. Remember: the whole game is still rendered at 640x480 and then
  scaled to fit the screen on your Dingoo.
- Shiny icons . Made these 7 years ago @ 128x128. They finally have a use.
- A readme that's bigger than Pickle's while having done only a fraction of the work he did.

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-games-and-homebrew/aleph-one/

alephone-dingoo-v0.7z
Author/Porter: nigel
Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?tfk6t5qvfqdm71t
Download Source: http://www.mediafire.com/file/e95owt3ti41o7cj/AlephOne-src-dingoo.7z

Tvout with sound off!

Tvout with sound off!
October 11, 2010

Here is something we have all been waiting for!

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Hi guys!
Here is a tvout which turns off internal speakers and enables again if tvout turns off.
Thanks BooBoo for the new gpio documentation
Binary and source included.

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/tvout-with-sound-off/msg23012/?topicseen#new

dingoo-tvout-soundoff.tar.gz
Author/Porter: ValdikSS
Download: http://rghost.net/2886130

Saturday, October 9, 2010

PSFreedom for Dingoo 1.4b Released



+---------------------------+
| PSFreedom for Dingoo v1.4b |
+---------------------------+
| ported by Waninkoko |
| developed by KaKaRoTo |
+---------------------------+



[ Description: ]

"PSFreedom Dingoo" is a port of PSFreedom, created by KaKaRoTo, to the Dingoo A320 console (JZ4740 chipset). The zImage file included in the package allows you to boot a modified version of Dingux that makes the console to behave like the PSJailbreak device.

[ v1.4b ]:

- Payloads updated.
- Added patch to fix problems with pads and savegames, only for fw 3.41 (thanks to Hermes).
- Added support to install demo packages through the "Install package files" menu.

News Source: TeknoConsolas / Waninkoko's Blog

UPDATE: I see some posts around the net some people have problems with it
UPDATE2: Repack Released, and removed, see bug fix below!
UPDATE3: Bug fixed released, and now re-attached.

download

SDL Invaders 1.0 (Beta)

Here we have a nice space invaders clone.


Quote
Hello guys,

This time I have ported a nice little Alien Invaders game called "SDL Invaders".
It's a fun game with lots of weapons. Please leave your comments. Thanks
This is a Beta release because of music problem but the sound is working fine. In the next release
I will include the Music. Please enjoy.....

Menu Control:
-------------------

Start - Press Start
Help - Press L
Quit - Press Select

Game Control:
--------------------


D-pad Left - To move the Ship Left
D-pad Right - To move the Ship Right
X - To fire primary weapon
Y - Fire Rocket (collect by shooting the special alien on top)
B - Fire SeekRocket (collect by shooting the special alien on top)
A - Fire Bomb (collect by shooting the special alien on top)
they are shown on top as R, S or B.
D-pad Up - Switch to Primary weapon from Secondary (only after collecting Secondary weapon)
D-pad Down - Switch to Secondary weapon from Primary (only after collecting Secondary weapon)
R - To Pause/Unpause during game
L - Help

If you have special weapons (you get them by shooting the special alien on top), they are shown on top as R, S and B.
R is the rocket, it just flies straight ahead and destroys all (normal) aliens on it's way. It is fired by pressing the "Y" key.
S is a seekrocket. It randomly chooses a (normal) alien as target and destroys it. It is fired by using "B".
B is a bomb. It just flies ahead and, when hitting an alien, it does not only destroy this (normal) alien but all (normal) aliens around as well. It's fired by the "A" key.

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/sdl-invaders-1-0-(beta)/


SDLInvaders.zip
Author/Porter: z_man3007
Download: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,1,0,0,27,447

TecnoballZ


Here is a nice Arkanoid clone for us to enjoy Smiley

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Hi.
How about a nice game of TecnoballZ? Wink


Keys:
Select -menu
Start - pause
L - volume down
R - volume up
L+R - toggle music

Installation:
Extract in local/games

Bugs:
Probably Smiley

Tested @420MHz

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/tecnoballz/msg22860/?topicseen#new


tecnoballz_0.92.dingux.02.zip
Author/Porter: steev
Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JKXD6VD0

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

PSFreedom for Dingoo v1.3

Time to update your zimage file again, as Waninkoko has been hard at work updating his PSFreedom port. Presenting...


+---------------------------+
| PSFreedom for Dingoo v1.3 |
+---------------------------+
| ported by Waninkoko |
| developed by KaKaRoTo |
+---------------------------+

"PSFreedom Dingoo" is a port of PSFreedom, created by KaKaRoTo, to the Dingoo A320 console (JZ4740 chipset). The zImage file included in the package allows you to boot a modified version of Dingux that makes the console to behave like the PSJailbreak device.

Quote:
CHANGELOG:

[ v1.3 ]:

- PSFreedom updated to latest version (commit 2e14ac1d29e6ddb6a58256aef50f06576d6c4bea).
- Payloads updated.
- Added support for other firmware versions.
News Source: http://www.teknoconsolas.es/blog/wan...dom-dingoo-v13

Monday, October 4, 2010

Super Mario War 1.7 (April Fools Edition)


September 29, 2010

Here is a new version of Super Mario War!


Quote
Super Mario War is a Super Mario multiplayer game.
The goal is to stomp as many other Marios as possible to win the game.
It's a tribute to Nintendo and the game Mario War by Samuele Poletto.

The game uses artwork and sounds from Nintendo games. We hope that this noncommercial fangame qualifies as fair use work. We just wanted to create this game to show how much we adore Nintendo's characters and games.

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NEW VERSION
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Porter:
z_man3007 (initial port)
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Ayla, zear and zLouD (new and better port)

Super_Mario_War.tar.7z
Author/Porter: initial port by z_man3007. Ayla, zear and zLouD on this new updated version
Download: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,1,0,0,35,374
Download Source: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,1,0,0,46,375

Powermanga


September 29, 2010

Here is a new release of Powermanga based on the gp2x version

Note: This is not the same version that yoannd26 released in 2009


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I couldn't find any working version of Powermanga, so... :>
n'joy -

Extract zip in games folder (local/games)
(You can use shoulder buttons to change the volume)
This port is based on GP2X port (by Stuart Bingë).
Bugs? Probably...

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/powermanga/


powermanga.zip
Author/Porter: steev
Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UGP3RO8Y

A Herdless Sheep


September 28, 2010

Like fractals? Then today is your lucky day! Cheesy


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Well, Herdless Shep is absolutly useless and painfully slow application for generating 'flame fractals' aka sheeps.
(see http://flam3.com and http://www.electricsheep.org for details )
You'll be warned, so don't shout at me Wink (just learning how to write programs with SDL )


Installation: unzip in /usr/local
Usage: select = quit, start = new fractal.


Sheep icon by TheStructorr (http://www.openclipart.org/detail/1744)

Discuss it here: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingux-releases/a-herdless-sheep


sheep.zip
Author/Porter: steev
Download: http://uploading.com/files/3f3568m7/sheep.zip/