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September 22, 2008 // 4:50 am - I made a BD-J Apple II Emulator.

Currently there is no keyboard. So we can not control it...

But demos work such as Lode Runner.

Enjoy!

Download: PS3 BD-J Apple II Emulator

PlayStation 3 BD-J Apple II Emulator Released!

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#12 - umjammer - September 26, 2008 // 11:16 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by PS3 News View Post

Also, which game is that pictured... it reminds me of Aztec Tomb for C64


That is Time Zone

#11 - PS4 News - September 26, 2008 // 6:34 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by umjammer View Post
Now we can play great old school games!

New Feature

* Pad Control
* Virtual Keyboard
* Disk Selector
* .nib Reader

Enjoy and Debug

Excellent! I will mention this update in the Site News, and I moved you to the PS3 Dev class as you are a contributer here.

Also, which game is that pictured... it reminds me of Aztec Tomb for C64

#10 - umjammer - September 26, 2008 // 12:37 pm
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Now we can play great old school games!



New Feature

* Pad Control
* Virtual Keyboard
* Disk Selector
* .nib Reader

Enjoy and Debug

Download

#9 - PS4 News - September 24, 2008 // 8:35 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by T2D2420 View Post
love all the homebrew being released.. can i google apple 2 games?

From the included ReadMe file:

#8 - T2D2420 - September 24, 2008 // 8:25 pm
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love all the homebrew being released.. can i google apple 2 games? sorry are they freeware thanks

#7 - umjammer - September 23, 2008 // 1:33 am
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Quote Originally Posted by RePtOr View Post
Is it lack of drivers for the keyboard, or just needing the right coding at this point?

The target archtecture of BD-J is a Blu-ray Player. Blu-ray Player's input device is only a remote controller. On PS3 BD-J, Sixaxis or USB keyboard accepts only remote controller keys mapped virtually.

So when we want a full keyboard for PC emulation, we need to write virtual keyboard code.

#6 - RePtOr - September 22, 2008 // 6:37 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by umjammer View Post
I made a BD-J Apple II Emulator.

Currently there is no keyboard. So we can not control it...

But demos work such as Lode Runner.

Enjoy!

Download: PS3 BD-J Apple II Emulator

Great progress on the dev scene. Is it lack of drivers for the keyboard, or just needing the right coding at this point?

#5 - umjammer - September 22, 2008 // 4:49 pm
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When you use a SD Card, you need to place AVCHD folder under PRIVATE directory like

\PRIVATE\AVCHD\...

Try it.

#4 - leonidas26 - September 22, 2008 // 10:10 am
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Quote Originally Posted by PS3 News View Post
Very nice umjammer, and welcome aboard! If you post further updates here I can add you to the PS3 Dev class on the site as well.

I was just playing Apple II games the other night, as I posted here HEHE:

http://www.ps4news.com/forums/pc-general-news/now-brings-back-memories-100975.html


Ya, I was just thinking about your post from the other day. What a coincidence, huh.

Nice work, umjammer. I hope to see some updates.

#3 - PS4 News - September 22, 2008 // 5:21 am
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In case anyone doesn't know, this is similar to other PS3 BD-J stuff... extract the files and add ROMs to the ROOT of a Flash Drive/USB Drive/Camera/MP3 Player (SD Cards don't seem to work for many users) and go to Videos and Choose "AVCHD" to run it.