MuvCard: New Palm OS game including MIDI music

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  1. ericquag

    ericquag Mobile Enthusiast

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    Hi all,

    Well, long time without news, I appologize!!!
    I've worked a lot on a MIDI synthesizer running on Palm OS and easily usable with HB++ (the one I use for developping Palm OS applications).
    Then, I've started a new framework for 2D games running on Palm OS.

    Now the job is finished, and I have released a new game using these new codes: MuvCard

    Here the link for more details and downloads:


    And some screenshots:

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    Take care: This game only runs on devices equiped with double resolution and 65536 colors.

    The game has been tested on E2 (quite slow with music), T3, T5, Tx and Palm Pre+ with Classic.

    I've to admit that I stopped developping the older games, I will try to take time to port them using my new framework...

    I take time to greet Hal, Mo and all brighthand members. :)

    Best regards,
    Eric
     
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    hal itchy and cold feet hal

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    Eric, I also remember you, my friend, glad to learn about you. I'll test your work in the days to come :)
     
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    ericquag Mobile Enthusiast

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    Hi hal,

    I'm also really happy to see you again!:)

    Many thanks hal!

    Remark: The current version has the HB++ nag screen, I'll remove it as soon as possible!

    Best regards,
    Eric
     
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    ericquag Mobile Enthusiast

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    Hi all,

    The "nag screen" has been removed, so you can play now! :)

    Best regards,
    Eric
     
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