Welcome to Michal's blog!


Show all articles (including subarticles)

Browse articles by year: 2020 | 2021 | 2022

Browse articles by topic: General | PlayStation development | Software development


5 articles total, 5 shown | Page 1


The Journey To MODPlay

Software development | Published 2022-09-11 19:23:14 UTC

MODPlay is an easy-to-use MOD file player library written in C which is near-100% compatible with the original ProTracker (except for a few weird effects which behave quirky in most trackers anyway). While only being a player (compared to a fully featured editor), it was still a jour...

1 comment on this article


Welcome to my blog!

General | Published 2022-03-19 17:18:43 UTC

Hello, it's great to have you here. Welcome to my brand new blog! After 3 days of hard work, it's finally alive. Phew. I plan to put all kinds of stuff here, but I have created this blog mainly to just be the place where I will put all of my project logs going forward, since documentation of p...

No comments on this article


Thread: DIYing a plug that fits the PlayStation's parallel port to boot from a ROM

PlayStation development | Published 2022-02-16 20:34:17 UTC

In this thread, I describe my journey of making a simple plug at home (using off-the-shelf parts) that fits the original Sony PlayStation's parallel expansion port. As of this time, I have failed quite badly.

27 comments total on all 14 articles in this thread


Tutorial: Setting up the Psy-Q SDK under modern Linux

PlayStation development | Published 2021-01-21 14:32:23 UTC

I haven't been able to find any good tutorial on how to get the Psy-Q SDK running under Linux, so after a bit of trial and error I got it working well enough that this Hello world example now compiles, gets packaged into a disc image and runs all under modern Linux. Step 1: Make sure y...

2 comments on this article


There is no such Kahoot as Kahút

PlayStation development | Published 2020-09-20 08:25:43 UTC

* { font-family: sans-serif; } Are you already bored of Kahoot and want to try something new? Then we'd like to introduce to you Kahút for the Sony PlayStation®, which I've successfully tested on my classmates from during one of our French classes. How does the game work? ...

No comments on this article


5 articles total, 5 shown | Page 1 | Go back to the top