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Welcome to our Wiki! 

If you are interested in developing new games for the 8-bit "$10 computer" this is the place to start.

 

Programming Guide: Getting started programming on the $10 computer

 

Read about the $10 Computer and Playpower's Goals

 

How to Help: Technical and Non-Technical

 

News

Are you a Playpower volunteer? We've started a new volunteer directory so you can share your background and skills with the rest of the Playpower artists and developers.  If you are working on a project, you can use the free blog space to share your progress and get comments.   

 

 

How to Help: Technical and Non-Technical

  • Port a Game
  • Develop source code that accepts keyboard input
  • 1-click download of all relevant development tools
  • Create a Code-to-hardware testing pipeline, enabling us to test code directly on a Famiclone 

  

 

Current Projects:

Developing SDK for game development on the TV-Computer

  • DevLanguage: nBASIC
  • DevLanguage: cc65

Creating Game Templates

  • CYOA - cc65 project building branching stories
  • Quiz Game - nBASIC project
  • Typing of the Dead Game

MILLEE - J2ME development for Mobile Phones

 

Contents:

  1. News
  2. About the $10 Computer
  3. Playpower's Goals
  4. Programming New Games for the $10 Computer
  5. Differences between the $10 Computer and the NES
  6. Alternative Programming Languages
  7. How to Help: Technical and Non-Technical

 

Future Projects:

SD Card Integration

Open Source Learning Game Asset Repository

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