среда, 18. јануар 2017.

Joypad Mod / Split Screen for Minecraft 1.10 and 1.11

Andy released another batch of joypad mod versions, fixing most annoying issues on Windows 10, and covering Minecraft from version 1.7.10 up until 1.11.2. 

уторак, 24. мај 2016.

Joypad Mod / Split Screen for Minecraft 1.9

Andy updated the mod to 1.9. Great work, as always!

среда, 24. фебруар 2016.

Updated Joypad Mod / Split Screen for Minecraft (including 1.8.9)

Andy spent some time updating the Joypad Mod to the newest Forge version, and wrote a couple of new features while at it. Changes include:

  • On-screen button prompts
  • Configurable cursor texture
  • Configurable button names (via config file)

Updated mod is available for the following versions of |Minecraft:
  • 1.8.9
  • 1.8
  • 1.7.10
  • 1.7.2
Get it from the download page.

уторак, 28. април 2015.

Debugging Nintendo games

Have you ever played a video game and wondered what rules you could bend? What's behind the flagpole in Super Mario Bros, can you skip a dungeon in Legend of Zelda or beat the BubbleMan with his own gun?

Sometimes the game authors themselves leave cheat codes that implement interesting game rules like flying, all weapons etc. Game genie codes and glitches like cartrigde tilting can also provide a ton of fun. But what if the game you like has no exotic codes, and the only game genie codes you can find online give you infinite ammo? You break the game yourself, of course!

Felix, where did you steal that balloon in the first level?!

Read on to see how to create new rules yourself in classic 8-bit Nintendo games.

понедељак, 15. септембар 2014.

Running 'Doom' on a Canon printer

I stumbled upon this interesting article about decrypting firmware of Canon Pixma printers.


понедељак, 07. јул 2014.

Joypad Mod / Split Screen for Minecraft 1.7.10

Thank to Minecraft Forums user bjbinc Joypad Mod is updated to 1.7.10. Get it while it's hot! :)

среда, 02. јул 2014.

Pac-Man - level 256

Ever wondered about the infamous level 256 of Pac-Man? Don Hodges has an in-depth explanation of the phenomenon, together with code examples and a patch for fixing it. Read on.