Game Boy Advance examples using libgba.
Authors: Christer Andersson, r6502, WinterMute
basic_sound.gba plays a background music in a loop. Press and hold button A to play an ambulance sound on left speaker. Press button B to play a boom sound on right speaker.
PlayBoyScout.gba displays a static background image and plays a song repeatedly.
BoyScout was a PC Windows softwaresynth that emulated the GameBoy Advance sound chip. It let you compose your songs in Windows through a tracker style interface with seamless transfer to GameBoy Advance. boyscout archive
ansi_console.gba displays 'Hello World' at the center of the screen and 4 strings at each corner.
PCXView.gba displays a image PCX format with a fade-in effect (splash screen).
SimpleBGScroll.gba: displays a long scrolling text on the screen, from right to left.
mbv2print.gba sends a 'Hello World' using the MultiBoot Version 2 (MBV2) cable.
template.gba prints a 'Hello World' at the center of the screen.
biosdumper_mb.gba reads the Game Boy Advance BIOS and saves it to the SD/CF card using libfat.
XbooLoad_mb.gba demonstrate the use of the Xboo Communicator file server and debug console. The example shows an image on screen. If button A is pressed, image fades out and reappears.
XbooPrint_mb.gba sends a 'Hello World' using the Xboo cable.