Yep, a native port of ScummVM for the BlackBerry PlayBook is now available for download in BlackBerry World. I do consider it a beta at the moment as the mouse left/right button handling is not perfect and some games might even be unplayable because of it, but most Lucasarts games and Flight of the Amazon Queen should be fine I hope. It is fully integrated with the platform gestures, so swipe down for menu and diagonal swipe to escape, works nicely.
Detailed instructions, links to game sources and other details available on the ScummVM project page.
A update to RetroPlayer is now available on BlackBerry World. This updates fixes audio routing so that playback to bluetooth devices works as intended. It also adds a basic favorites feature for quick access to your favorite tunes (a proper playlist system is planned for future versions). And last also equalizer support! Should be available in a couple of days.
With RetroPlayer you can listen to classic computer tunes from the 1980's & 1990's, including Commdore 64 music, Atari XL and Amiga & PC tracker modules. The first version is now available for download in BlackBerry World.
Also a quick bug fix release was just submitted for review. It fixes the missing next/prev functionality for Atari files and also enables all supported Atari music formats. Should be available soon I hope.
1.0.3 brings improvements to support for digital tuners, quick access to tuner presets, more keypad features, keyboard shortcuts (qwer) to Zone views and keypad view. The digital tuner features are unfortunately not tested as DAB is not available here (and devices we have access to don't support it anyway). 1.0.3 is also the last version to support 10.2 OS versions. The update is available on BlackBerry World.
1.0.4 requires OS 10.3.1 or later and brings mostly some minor cosmetic UI improvments. The update is now also available on BlackBerry World.
I was in a need for a simple, easy to use C/C++ library to access a character LCD screen connected with i2c. The LiquidCrystal library for the Arduino was just what I was looking for. It just needed a bit of porting to use Linux i2c device nodes. This was over a year ago, but I finally got inspired to clean it up and remove usage of wiringPi. Preliminary version (with hardcoded /dev/i2c-1 device path) is now available on github.
Preliminary versions of Onki & Y-Radio for the Jolla Tablet has been submitted to Harbour QA. Preliminary as they have not received any tablet format optimizations yet. Also, as devices are not shipping yet, we have only been able to test in the SDK emulator.