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|Licence||Not specified (open source)|
|Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser|
Aspirin is a game written by Guglo where you control a thing that has to avoid the lines and collect the dots on the screen. It was inspired by a similar game for the TI-89 calculator. The game uses libogc, GRRLIB, libfat and PNGU. The game has no sound, and the sound option in the menu does nothing.
There are three ways to control the game, that you can choose in the menu.
- D-pad: You play the game holding the Wiimote sideways and move around using the .
- Tilt: You play the game holding the Wiimote sideways and move by tilting the Wiimote.
- IR: You point the Wiimote at the screen. If you point out of the screen when you start the game you will loose instantly!