You are not logged in.
Ok basically i've been making flash games for quite some time now, and the other week i bought a PSP and i thought 'hey wouldn't it be cool to make a game specifically for the psp'.
So here i am.
What i need to know is, how does a .swf play on a PSP? does it need anything downloading, or can a person download/transfer the .swf straight to their psp and it can be played?
Also, what is the ideal stage size for a game to be played on a psp?
And how do you set the controls so that you can use, for example, the letter key 'K' to represent the psp button 'O'. and other keyboard letters to represent /\, , X.
Help would be greatly appreciated!
- Regular Member
- Registered: 15/01/07
- Posts: 27
The PSP has a lot of limitations including file size, moving sprites/object, and key functions.
1. Try to keep simultaneous moving objects simple and to a minium.
2. 468 x 272 is the stage size
3. File size should be as small as possible, no larger than 1MB is best.
4. The only compatible keys are Arrows (left, right, up, down), Mouse movement, and Left click.
So check out the examples on this site and you might want to see what other games might work on PSPonme.com
For more expert info check this info out - http://www.adobe.com/devnet/devices/art … games.html
I am sure there was alot more posts here, especially a reference to adobe? What happenend?
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/devices/art … games.html
[url=http://zuriki.co.nr]Zuriki - PSP Flash Games[/url]