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{{Infobox homebrewapp
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{{Infobox homebrew
 
| title      = HiivelyPlay
 
| title      = HiivelyPlay
| desc       = HVL/AHX player
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| type       = media player
| type        = Media
 
 
| author      = [[User:Xeron|Xeron/IRIS]]
 
| author      = [[User:Xeron|Xeron/IRIS]]
| download    = [http://www.petergordon.org.uk/files/hiivelyplay.zip hiivelyplay.zip]
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| licence    = Not specified (open source)
| source      = [http://www.petergordon.org.uk/files/hiivelyplay_src.zip Source]
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| version    = 2.0
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| download    = http://www.petergordon.org.uk/files/hiivelyplay.zip
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| source      = http://www.petergordon.org.uk/files/hiivelyplay_src.zip
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| website    = http://www.petergordon.org.uk/readme.php?file=files/hiivelyplay.nfo
 
| peripherals = {{Wiimote1}} {{FrontSD}}  
 
| peripherals = {{Wiimote1}} {{FrontSD}}  
| hbb        = 1
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| hbb        = yes
 
}}
 
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'''HiivelyPlay''' is an AHX/HVL module player with Wiimote and FrontSD support.
 
'''HiivelyPlay''' is an AHX/HVL module player with Wiimote and FrontSD support.
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Follow the onscreen instructions to load and play AHX or HVL tunes.
 
Follow the onscreen instructions to load and play AHX or HVL tunes.
  
==Changes==
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== Changes ==
  
 
'''v2.0'''
 
'''v2.0'''
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* First version
 
* First version
  
==About HVL/AHX==
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== About HVL/AHX ==
  
 
HVL is a tracker format based upon the AHX format created in the mid '90s by Dexter and Pink of Abyss. The AHX format was relatively popular, and many songs were created and used in scene productions and games. AHX was designed to create a very SID-like sound on the Amiga. HVL offers several improvements on the AHX format.
 
HVL is a tracker format based upon the AHX format created in the mid '90s by Dexter and Pink of Abyss. The AHX format was relatively popular, and many songs were created and used in scene productions and games. AHX was designed to create a very SID-like sound on the Amiga. HVL offers several improvements on the AHX format.
  
==Credits==
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== Credits ==
  
 
HiivelyPlay is written in C using devkitPro, GRRLib, and LibOGC.
 
HiivelyPlay is written in C using devkitPro, GRRLib, and LibOGC.
 
It also uses the free pointer images from wiibrew.org, and the Deja Vu font from dejavu.sf.net.
 
It also uses the free pointer images from wiibrew.org, and the Deja Vu font from dejavu.sf.net.
  
==External link==
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== External link ==
*http://www.hivelytracker.com/
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*http://www.hivelytracker.co.uk
  
[[category:Homebrew using GRRLib]]
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[[Category:Homebrew using GRRLib]]

Latest revision as of 15:36, 22 September 2012

HiivelyPlay
General
Author(s)Xeron/IRIS
TypeMedia player
Version2.0
LicenceNot specified (open source)
Links
Download
Website
Source
Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser
Peripherals
Wiimote1.svg Loads files from the Front SD slot

HiivelyPlay is an AHX/HVL module player with Wiimote and FrontSD support.

Here are some screengrabs (taken with my phone, sorry for the quality): Grab 1 Grab 2


Usage

Copy the contents of "SDCard/" from the zip file to the root of your SD card, then put any extra AHX or HVL files you want to play in the "/hvltunes" directory. Then select HiivelyPlay from the homebrew channel.

Follow the onscreen instructions to load and play AHX or HVL tunes.

Changes

v2.0

  • Updated to the latest HivelyTracker replayer
  • Now has a graphical interface
  • Point & click with the wiimote
  • VUMeters


v1.0

  • First version

About HVL/AHX

HVL is a tracker format based upon the AHX format created in the mid '90s by Dexter and Pink of Abyss. The AHX format was relatively popular, and many songs were created and used in scene productions and games. AHX was designed to create a very SID-like sound on the Amiga. HVL offers several improvements on the AHX format.

Credits

HiivelyPlay is written in C using devkitPro, GRRLib, and LibOGC. It also uses the free pointer images from wiibrew.org, and the Deja Vu font from dejavu.sf.net.

External link