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Led Blur

Description: Port of oldskool GP32 Demo from '06.
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Size: 583kb
Version: 2006
Date: 16 Jan 14
Author: Mindlapse
Submitter: cavemann
Category: demo/scene
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1367
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This is the PC port of my GP32 demo "Led Blur". I originally started this one
as a wrapper of some GP32SDK functions over SDL to help me developing easier on
PC. Later, I thought it would be a good idea to use this code in order to
release the PC port of this demo. Not many sceners have a GP32 and the one and
only GP32 emulator is not suitable for demowatching. So, even PC sceners can
enjoy my demo.

Led Blur (UNIX port) - by Nuclear / Mindlapse
Precompiled binaries are included for GNU/Linux x86/x86_64, and SGI IRIX mips3.
Just run the ./ledblur_unix and it will execute the appropriate binary.

The UNIX port should compile and run on any UNIX operating system and
To compile just type make or gmake (not sure if it works with non-GNU make), and
the ./opti_ledblur binary.

For anything regarding the UNIX port, contact: nuclear()


It's finally here..

After one year of laziness, I've managed to finish my first (and last it seems
GP32 demo. It's released under the Mindlapse group.

Still full of several glitches I couldn't correct, though it had to be released
one day. The source code is availiable for anyone who wants to play with it,
correct few bugs or decides to make it BLU+ compatible (sorry).

Special thanks to The Hardliner for his awesome music support! =)


p.s. Moving on to GP2X!

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