March 20th, 2006, 01:49 Posted By: wraggster
An entry in the Neoflash Coding Comp, heres the details:
Brunni posted this:
Description: Oldschool library is a library designed for creating 2D games, apps or demos for your PSP.
It's brings you all the power of the PSP graphic processor without having to learn lots of 3D and internal hardware concepts. It's very easy to use and flexible.
For example, you can load PNG images with alpha channel, deform them (zoom, rotation, transparency, tinting, bilinear filtering, ...), directly draw on them, draw maps, 4-point gradients, debug message boxes & console and so on.
You can also play audio files (.wav & .bgm), stream them from Memory Stick. It includes a key handler, so you can get when a key was pressed or is currently held, set autorepeat values for some pressed keys.
But instead of big speeches, you can download some samples on this page:
Currently, it still needs some testing and other features are planned. It will be open source.
Note: I am not the same programmer as Mollusk, who wrote PALib, he just hosts my files.
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