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== Humanoid Robot Fighting Simulator (HRFS) ==
 
== Humanoid Robot Fighting Simulator (HRFS) ==
  
Currently in planning. The objective is to show a 3D fighting game. Hold the Wii Remote horizontally. The Cross Pad moves the character. Up to jump. Double-tap left or right to run. Down to crouch. 1 to kick, 2 to punch. Different button combinations will be available to see and memorize. See page 42 of the manual for more information.
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Currently in planning. The objective is to show a fighting game. Hold the Wii Remote horizontally. The Cross Pad moves the character. Up to jump. Double-tap left or right to run. Down to crouch. 1 to kick, 2 to punch. Different button combinations will be available to see and memorize. See page 42 of the manual for more information.

Revision as of 01:31, 19 January 2011

Basic

Linux thumb.png This user develops using Linux.
en This user is a native speaker of English.
C++ This user codes in C++.

Wii System

Wii This user is running System Menu 4.1 on his Wii.
SD Card This user owns a 256MB SD card.
Bomb icon.png
This user used Bannerbomb to install homebrew.
DVDX This user has installed DVDX on their Wii.
Userbox homebrew channel.png This user has installed the Homebrew Channel version 1.0.8 on his Wii.


Homebrew Browser This user uses the Homebrew Browser to download and update his homebrew.
MPlayer CE This user uses MPlayer CE to play media on his Wii.

Peripherals

1 Wii Remote This user owns 1 Wii Remote.
Nunchuck alternative.svg This user owns 1 Nunchuk.
GameCube Controller This user owns 0 GameCube Controllers.
ClassicController.svg This user owns 1 Classic Controller.
DS Icon.jpg This user owns a Nintendo DS Phat.

This user is just getting acquainted with the aspect of development in general. Especially on a Linux. He's not saying he hates it. It's just difficult as he is new to this "GNU" thing.


Humanoid Robot Fighting Simulator (HRFS)

Currently in planning. The objective is to show a fighting game. Hold the Wii Remote horizontally. The Cross Pad moves the character. Up to jump. Double-tap left or right to run. Down to crouch. 1 to kick, 2 to punch. Different button combinations will be available to see and memorize. See page 42 of the manual for more information.