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===Unofficial Releases===
 
===Unofficial Releases===
 
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*[http://wiiuse.net/wiiasteroids.zip Wiimote demo] using the [[wiiuse]] library.  Added by para.  (Not a stable version.)
 
*[http://wiiuse.net/wiiasteroids.zip Wiimote demo] using the [[wiiuse]] library.  Added by para.  (Not a stable version.)

Revision as of 14:55, 22 April 2008

Wii Asteroids

15 April 2008

Andy Sommerville

aksommerville at gmail.com

http://aksommerville.googlepages.com/projects.html

This is a work in progress, more of a snapshot than a release. I figure everyone involved in Wii homebrew wants to see the latest, before it's ready, right? ;)

Own risk

!!!! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK !!!!

I can't be responsible for any damage to your Wii or PC caused by this software.

Licence

Use however you like, reuse, rewrite, copy, etc. All the source code is included. Use it -- it's there for you! Don't hold me responsible for anything you do wrong. Or anything I've done wrong, for that matter.

Compiling

Compiling for Wii

You'll need devkitPPC (http://www.devkitpro.org/category/devkitppc/) and libOGC (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=114505)

With $DEVKITPPC set appropriately, change to the "wspr" directory and: make

Copy the "wspr.elf" to the root directory of a FAT16-formatted SD card, renaming it "boot.elf" You can then launch Asteroids with the Twilight Hack (http://wiibrew.org/index.php?title=Twilight_Hack)

Compiling for Linux

You'll need gcc (http://gcc.gnu.org/) and libSDL (http://www.libsdl.org/)

change to the "wspr" directory and: ./mksdl.sh

The binary will be called "sdl_test"

Download

Unofficial Releases

Asteroids.JPG