I am happy to release the first version of my port of Quake to the PSP. Hopefully some people will enjoy it.
Here is the readme:
Quake for PSP
5th Jan 2006
This is a port of id Software's Quake to the PSP. There's already an excellent port out there by PacManFan, but I wanted to code something for the PSP and it was a good project. I also wanted to port from the original id source, instead of the PocketQuake source.
The following is working fine:
- Software rendering.
- WLAN support for network play. Nobody I know has a PSP, so I can't implement this.
- Hardware rendering. I have no PSP GU experience, so it'll take a while to do.
This game is for PSPs with firmware versions 1.0 or 1.5. To get it running on other versions, you will need to up/downgrade your firmware appropriately. Unfortunately I don't have a v1.0 PSP, so I can only hope that it works on that version of the firmware.
It almost definitely won't work with a v2.00 EBOOT loader.
1. READ THE CONTROLS SECTION BELOW.
2. Firmware v1.0 users:
Copy the Quake folder from the 1.0 folder to the PSP/GAME folder on your PSP.
Firmware v1.5 users:
Copy the Quake and Quake% folders from the 1.5 folder to the PSP/GAME folder on your PSP.
3. Download the shareware version of Quake for the PC from here:
4. Copy PC Quake's ID1 folder to your PSP/GAME/Quake folder.
Regarding the buttons:
The PSP buttons are connected to the following keys during the game and when the menu is shown. You will need to go into Quake's options and configure the keys you want to use.
PSP | Game key | Menu key | Default game function
SELECT | ~ | ~ | Toggle console
START | ESCAPE | ESCAPE | Show menu
LTRIGGER | LTRIGGER | |
RTRIGGER | RTRIGGER | |
UP | UPARROW | UPARROW | Move forward
RIGHT | RIGHTARROW | RIGHTARROW | Turn right
DOWN | DOWNARROW | DOWNARROW | Move backwards
LEFT | LEFTARROW | LEFTARROW | Turn left
TRIANGLE | TRIANGLE | |
CIRCLE | CIRCLE | ESCAPE / ENTER |
CROSS | CROSS | ENTER / ESCAPE |
SQUARE | SQUARE | |
For example, when you press CROSS, Quake gets a CROSS key press, which you will need to set to your desired action in the game options screen.
Regarding the analog nub:
If mouselook is turned on, then the analog nub is used to look around. You'll need to allocate other buttons for movement. If mouselook is turned off, which is the default, then the analog nub is used for movement.
I don't intend to provide personal email support for this game. I believe that I'd get a lot of useless mail if I were to publish my email address for this purpose.
If you can't get Quake running, try posting on a related PSP forum and hopefully someone can help you.
- Fast key taps may go unnoticed when the frame rate is low. This is because I'm not sure how to get buffered input on the PSP. Does the PSPSDK support it?
If you've found a bug in the code, please post about it. I will probably read it and fix the bug if I can.
Big thanks go out to:
- All the great guys on the PS2Dev forum for all your hard work on the PSPSDK, and your helpful replies on the forum.
- id Software, for supporting the game porting community by making their game sources GPL.
- Hazel, for putting up with the complete lack of attention from me while I was working on this.
P.s: not letting me put the orignal thread link sorry :icon_mad: But go and play the game :Jump: :ROFL: