Jewel Quest Homebrew Released

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May 27, 2008
  1. misticknight
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    Just played some of it. Pretty good. Nice that you can create your own levels since it only comes with 5 built in. Don't think it has wiimote support but I could be wrong. I used a GC controller, because that's what it says to use in the readme file.
     
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    it just reboots the channel for me
     
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    The HBC? I didn't boot it through that. Boot directly from the twilight hack.
     
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    damn so it doesn't work via HBC? then i shall wait for another version that does, cant be bothered loading TP everytime i wanna play Jewel Quest.
     
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    I have yet to test it using the hbc, but there has to be a way to get it to work.
     
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    i'll try it out actually soon as i get home, if noones updated since then i'll let youse know.
     
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    I just thought of something.... maybe you guys can't read french. LoL....

    This program was built around the Homebrew Launcher.... not the Channel. It checks for the files in
    root:homebrew/jquest

    Add folders "plateau1-5", and files "nbrniv.txt" and "jquest.elf" (be sure to rename it "boot.elf") to the directory listed above. then run using the homebrewlauncher (0.4 is what I use).

    * It also says that if you want to install it to a different directory, then you must change the line #68 in the main.c file from 'Homebrew/JQuest/' to whatever your install directory is. You must then recompile the files.
     
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    dunno nothing about recompiling so i wont bother, hopefully someone else will do it lol.
     
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    Time for the homebrew programmers to add HBC support (All hombrew goes in the folder \apps)
     
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    alot of hassle just because the maker doesnt follow standard "everything must go into the root"
     
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    HBC Support? As in "Exit to Homebrew Channel" choice in the menu?

    yeah that would d be good...
     
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    I think she meant coding programs to to loaded from the homebrew channel. Jewel Quest goes in the "homebrew/jquest" directory when it should go in the "apps/jquest" directory. And alot of the linux based player/emulators all need different directories on the root of the sd card instead of in the programs folder in the "apps" directory.
     

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