by November 2, 2007 @ 7:16 pm
Homebrew developer Chilly Willy has released an update to his Doom port for PSP. If you haven’t been following past releases, Chilly’s port is compatible with 3.X kernel based custom firmwares such as 3.71 M33 and features TV-Out support.
For this update, Chilly has introduced various optimizations, effectively almost doubling the frame rate. Additionally, version 1.2 adds the ability to access the on-screen keyboard (OSK) during the game, support for infrastructure play, and a selector for 16: 9 or 4:3 rendering.
Added ability to access the OSK during the game
so that strings can be entered. Slowed the OSK by half to make inputting
characters easier. TRIANGLE can now be used as BACKSPACE when entering
the game save description. Added network support for Infrastructure
TCP/IP (wireless access points). Also added a selector for 16: 9 or 4:3
rendering to the LCD menu; that way you can have “normal” graphics in
480×272 mode. Optimized the rendering for almost twice the frame rate.
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