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    Thumbs up PSP News 60 Day Coding Competition Starts Now

    PSP News and the DCEmu Network are proud to announce the 3rd Coding Competition for the PSP and this time the Competition is for 60 Days instead of 30 and not only that but the top prize is a yummy GP2X Console which for any coder is a welcome addition to their collection, heres some details about the prize.



    <blockquote>Gamepark Holdings has made the GP2X a system for anybody to develop emulators, games, applications, practically anything for! Having Linux as its operating system, SDL support and tools supplied by Gamepark Holdings should make developing for the GP2X a breeze. There is no doubt that there will be a large homebrewn scene with games, emulators, and applications made by talented developers. The GP32 is a great scene to be a part of, and the GP2X should be no different, if not better. Emulation is complimented with perfect button layout and resolution which might make the GP2X the new emulating king for the years to come.</blockquote>

    So there you have it a great prize for any Homebrew fan, the rules can be found on the competition page here --> http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/psp60codingcomp.shtml

    Good luck all and to those who havent seen our previous competitions, check out Here and Here.

    Now get coding

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    do they actually make games for this ? as u dont see much about it.. ?

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    I don't see why you'd want a GP2X, the PSP is much more powerful and if you're developing for it you've obviously got a homebrew enabled Firmware so there's really no point. Still good fun to enter the contest though, although I personally won't be entering as my stuff isn't good enough.

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