The Best F100 Homebrews?

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  1. T2KFreeker

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    So, I am trying to figure out what you all think are the best F100 homebrews out there? I'd like some more games for my GP2X, just not really super interested in Emulators.
     
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    Try SQDef and ANIMATCH. :) On my F100 I also played twice through Cave Story which is of course a port but one you shouldn't miss.
     
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    I have animatch and Cave Story. Both are outstanding. However, what is SQDef?
     
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    SqDef is all I played for about 6 months. Cracking.

    Off the top of my head...

    Lacuna (very simple but addictive)
    Extender
    NazcaDreams (short but highly enjoyable)
     
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    What about Vektar? Ex-commercial game released as freeware a couple of years ago. Takes up 60 MB or so on your card, but a pretty good game if you like old-school shooters.

    Also, SuperTux -- basically a clone of Super Mario, but it's really well done.
     
  7. Parkydr

    Parkydr Developing for the GP2X since 2006

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    You might want to try searching this forum.

    Some of older posts won't have the newer stuff, but there's still some good homebrew there.

    Here's a couple for starters:

    Link 1

    Link 2
     
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  8. fusion_power

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    A nice Tower Defense Game. :) http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp2x.cgi?0,0,0,0,29,2261
     
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    Wind & Water Puzzle Battles - the most professional-looking homebrew IMO (and it used to be purchase-only; it's free now), made with a lot of care and attention to detail.
     
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    Boomshine..
     
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    behold fleshchasmer
     
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    I am looking for both homebrews and emulators, I haven't touched my F100 in years and I wanted to get back into it.

    Anyone have some good suggestions?
     
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    The Gameboy Advance Emulator (gpsp) is really awesome and fast.
    I "returned" to the community in March and the first thing I did, was installing open2x. :)

    You know this site? http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp2x.cgi Just look around and try some stuff. :D
     
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    ztunnel - the single hardest game I ever played. Use the shoulder buttons to steer. X will brake. I need to get my GP2X on again.
     
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