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Ziip ==== A simple cross-platform clone of Zoop Currently Linux, Wii and Windows are supported. =========== Source Code =========== You can grab the latest source code in the github repository here: http://github.com/cpages/ziip ============== Known problems ============== The network game modes are not completed and probably never will. Under Linux it can be played over network, but on the Wii there seems to be issues with the SDL_net implementation and I'm too lazy to look at it. Under Windows I never tried. ===================== Compiling and Running ===================== To compile ziip under any platform you'll need CMake. Additionally, you'll need SDL, SDL_image, SDL_ttf, SDL_net and SDL_gfx. Linux ----- Go to the ziip folder and create a build folder as with any cmake project. $ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. Tweak any cmake options (build type basically) If you want to run it locally (without install), set USE_LOCAL to ON and then compile as usual: $ make and run it with: $ ./ziip (alternatively you can make install, it should work :) Controls: player1 cursors: direction space: select/fire q: quit player2 joystick Wii --- You can download it from teknecal's homebrew browser, but if you really want to compile it, here's how to do it: You'll need the devkitPPC toolchain, as well as the SDL Wii port. You can find instructions on how to get and install them here: - http://wiibrew.org/wiki/SDL_Wii If you're under Linux, use cmake and invoke it like $ cmake -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=../cmake/toolchain-powerpc-eabi.cmake .. Tweak any cmake options (build type basically) and compile as usual: $ make To run it, you'll first need some data on the SD card data -> sd:/apps/ziip/data (src is not needed) fonts -> sd:/apps/ziip/fonts user -> sd:/apps/ziip/user Controls: Wiimote: dpad: direction A, 1, 2: select/fire home: quit Gamepad classic: dpad: direction a, b, x, y: select/fire home: quit Windows ------- Should be the same as with Linux, basically use CMake. ====== Thanks ====== Kudos to all the people who made homebrew available on the Wii! Thanks to nacmartin for the wonderful new icon and graphics. ======= Contact ======= Carles Pagès (page at cubata.homelinux.net)