I have hacked together a small update for OpenJazz on the GP32. It basically just uses the GP32 code from A600's build spliced into a slightly newer version of Alister's code. Unfortunately there are problems with C++ and SDL on the GP32, so I was not able to use the newest version of Alister's code, and had to settle for code from early 2007 that was written in C. I have e-mailed Alister to ask if he has newer C-only code available, and if he does, I'll be releasing another update in the future. There is still no sound, no bonus stage, and the bees are still stationary, but I wanted to make this available because the bridges work now! This makes the first level much more playable. I have included the shareware version of Jazz Jackrabbit in the archive, so it should work if you just extract the archive to the root of your SMC and delete either the normal or BLU+ file, depending on which one you don't need. Check it out: http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp32.cgi?0,0,0,0,1,1080 Just a warning, I haven't tested out the BLU+ version, so I have no idea if it works. The normal version works just fine on my FLU.