|Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser|
Guitarfun is a clone of the game Guitar Hero, a game where you play songs on a plastic toy guitar. Guitarfun supports the Wii Les Paul Guitar, usb-keyboards, the Wiimote, the wiimote+nunchuk but also ps2-guitars through a ps2 -> gamecube-converter. A version with support for Guitar Hero World Tour guitars is also available. Guitarfun is also available on PC and PS2.
The game uses the same song-format as Frets on Fire, which means that any song available for Frets on Fire will also work in Guitarfun. Copy the downloaded 'Frets on Fire' songs to the directory /guitarfun/songs in SD card. Songs for Guitarfun can be downloaded from many homepages including:
- keyboardsonfire.net No registration
- http://fof.iioiooioo.com/frets-on-fire-songs No registration either
- http://fretsonfire.wikidot.com/custom-songs Requires Registration (Note: The links will take you to a forum saying you aren't logged in. Just log in with the same credentials as the site before.)
You can create packs of songs by creating directories that begin with the word 'pack'. The pack directories must be placed i the directory /guitarfun/songs of the sd card. Example: /guitarfun/songs/pack1 If you want to change the title of the song pack place a text-file called title.txt inside the folder of the song pack. Write the title of the song pack in the text file.
|or||Up and Down in Menus|
|or||Accept or increase option|
|or||Decrease option or return to previous menu|
|No strumming||No strumming||Strum/Press to play the note(s)|
Guitarfun is licensed under the GPL, please only post builds which come with source or diff's, thanks
3.5 with GHWT guitar supported modified by Folg
Minors modifications to compile with the lastest svn(09/02/2009) of libogc and libfat. Added support for the GHWT guitar by removing the calibration data in the guitar_hero_3.c file in libogc. libogc tracker The support of USB has not been tested.
- The (Offical) Logitech Wii keyboard does not seem to be supported.