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cthug
Created : 24 May 2009
Edited : 15 July 2009
System : Android

pong2000c 4 PSP

My entry for WW 200 ported to PSP

pong2000c PSP
I was testing out coding for PSP with LUA, and I quickly ported my WW 200 entry, pong2000c to it. With some changes like better AI and scoring. Use the analog stick to move your paddle.

 

Comments


Sunday, 24 May 2009, 05:02
Mog
You may want to include said blurbs such as Custom Firmware needed, and what lua parser you would use, along with the link to it.
Monday, 25 May 2009, 01:10
cthug
Oh right you will need lua 0.20, or any of the other lua player based interpreter like lua euphoria. An well yes you would need custom firmware or firmware 1.5; I think lua player runs on any?

|edit| There is also a lua player for windows, right? |edit|