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== Issues ==
 
== Issues ==
Random crash when you least expect it. I am unable to recreate it, but I have seen it happen several times. If you can look at the code and tell me what's wrong I'll give you credit. I think it has to do with the pointer but I don't know enough to be sure or know how to fix it.
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Random crash when you least expect it. I am unable to reliably recreate it, but I have seen it happen several times. If you can look at the code and tell me what's wrong I'll give you credit. I think it has to do with the pointer but I don't know enough to be sure or know how to fix it.
  
 
It's the old type of .elf, you will need to convert it or compile from source. [[ELF to DOL Converter]] is recommended to accomplish this.
 
It's the old type of .elf, you will need to convert it or compile from source. [[ELF to DOL Converter]] is recommended to accomplish this.

Revision as of 09:19, 5 March 2012

FlipEm
Flipem.png
General
Author(s)Yossi
TypePuzzle game
Version0.1
LicenceHave fun with it :)
Links
Download
Source
Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser
Peripherals
Wiimote1.svg

FlipEm is a game where you try to get all the squares on the board to have an X in them. When a square is flipped, it gets an X if it was empty, or clears out the X if there was already one there. When you click a square, it and the four around it in a + shape get flipped. Squares off the edge of the board are ignored.

Controls

Wiimote.svg Action
Wii Remote Aim Move Pointer
Wiimote A Button Click/Choose Square
Wiimote B Button Clear Board/Start Over
Wiimote + Button Board Size ++
Wiimote - Button Board Size --
Wiimote HOME Button Exit to Loader

Issues

Random crash when you least expect it. I am unable to reliably recreate it, but I have seen it happen several times. If you can look at the code and tell me what's wrong I'll give you credit. I think it has to do with the pointer but I don't know enough to be sure or know how to fix it.

It's the old type of .elf, you will need to convert it or compile from source. ELF to DOL Converter is recommended to accomplish this.