Monthly Archives: January 2010

C64.app v1.4.08 Screenshots

Hello Everyone,
Here are some screenshots of the latest Commodore 64 Emulator for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.

Sorry I meant to post these last night.

– Enjoy!
DNA
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Update on Cydia Repo Status

I’m sure by now most of you are wondering what happened and where the Cydia Repo is…
Well I encountered an unexpected issue and have been unable to find any help or documentation on the issue related to Cydia. Messages to Saurik have been unsuccessful, and I don’t blame him, he’s quite a busy guy.

(The biggest issue is having Cydia install a file to a known sub-directory of an unknown parent directory.)

However I obviously want to get this repo out quickly so I have created a work around which you can download from my repo in Cydia.
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Update on Important notes for Custom GamePacks in Cydia.

Earlier I had wrote about some “Important notes on Custom GamePacks for C64.app”.

Forget everything I said 😛

I’ve realized while building the games packages for release via Cydia that using the gameid simply won’t work 100% of the time.

The problem is some gameid’s contain spaces, hyphens, underscores, and a mix of lower and uppercase characters. And even Manomio doesn’t use the actual gameid in all of their releases.
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Cydia Repository Going Live!

All the testing is done, I was distracted along the way with a few other projects but plan on focusing on getting all the game images up for the C64 Emulator. I’ll post the link for the repo as soon as I update it with a few packages.

I will worry about the graphical looks of the repo later, as well as a final name.

– DNA

Important notes on Custom GamePacks for C64.app

Please view the updated post: http://dna.myhostclub.com/wp/?p=421
The content of this posting is outdated and invalid.
Thank you,
– DNA

With the release of version 1.2.xx of the C64.app for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch in app purchases became a reality, ultimately allowing us to install an unlimited? number of our own custom games.
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