To quote: Here is a package for cfw users. There is a readme in the zip explaining the, still rather sloppy, input scheme. Otherwise it is based very closely to the original source of stella 3.3. All of the input modes and overlays are part of sdcell.
From the ReadMe file: Stella 3.3 for PlayStation 3
This is a light port of stella using the sdcell library. Only changes necessary for the PS3 were made to the source.
The interface is still a little rough around the edges.
- Press R3 to toggle between 'soft mouse' and joystick mode.
- In soft mouse mode, use the left stick to move the cursor, Cross to left click, and Square to Right click.
- In joystick mode the gamepad acts as a standard SDL Joystick, with the exception that the L3 and R3 buttons are unavailable for use.
- In soft mouse mode press L3 to toggle the on screen keyboard. As of this writing the osk in barely functional. While their state is tracked, the modifier keys have no effect on input.
- USB keyboards and mice are supported. But are not thoroughly tested.
yep, hardware breaks and gets rarer over time but good games shouldn't get lost because of it. You might think the games are primitive and rubbish but some kids are going to think the same thing about Killzone 3 and the like in 10 years.
this was the first games system I played with my Dad, that got me hooked on gaming. Brings back some serious nostalgia playing this, am even tempted to get my Dad round for a session
from a developer's point of view, I think a lot of these are done because they can be, and as a project for people to cut their teeth on, rather than because bucketloads of people are likely to use it, but I for one am really chuffed this has been released. would love to see an Apple IIe emu too, that would probably tempt my Dad into buying a PS3.
Not knocking this guys work and all, but do people seriously need to play these old systems on there ps3? I mean come on a atari 2600 emulator?
Do people seriously need to read Shakespeare, Homer, or other old literary works? No, they don't *need* to, but playing emulators and games for older systems is the gaming equivalent of people reading these older works of art in the literary world.