Paintball 2 for Pocket PCs just updated to v1.4

“PaintBall has returned with more addictive, faster and richer gameplay!HiRes plus graphics with millions of colors, stereo sound, 5 different modes of gaming and Bluetooth multiplayer where you can play against your friends wirelessly.PaintBall 2 is the successor of our best seller, original, ball-sucking game, developed in a way that we can guarantee it will keep you hours and hours on your PDA. FEATURES: * VGA, 480×640 & 640×480 support! * Horizontal resolutions supported. * Support for 240×240 and 480×480. (Square) * 16bit crystal clear graphics! * Stereo Sound * Full screen graphics! * Frame by frame smooth animation * Speed control * 5 way navigator support * Export Hi-Scores to internet * 3 different ball styles—19/Aug/2006 UPDATE (1.4) —* 320×240 Horizontal resolution now supported.* 640×480 Horizontal resolution now supported.* Bugs fixed” Check this grerat game here:

Sony PSP GPS and Map Viewer Overview

Sony PSP Maps and GPS Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review” To use the Sony PSP as GPS navigation device is one of the most thought after non-gaming features of the portable console. Sony has announced a GPS accessory for the PSP back in March dubbed PSP-290 that is supposed to come in October on the market. Sony already released map viewer software for the PSP in Japan. Play-Asia sells ‘Minna no Map’ for $42.90. It only has maps for Japan, so not useful for the rest of the world. Until Sony is going to offer the GPS accessory and/or global map software we have to rely on the Sony PSP homebrew community. The first hack dates back already to 2005, where the homebrew program called GPSP was able to read data from a GPS mouse. The most advanced homebrew GPS and map viewer software today is the Deniska Map This PSP Map viewer. Here is a pretty impressive video demoing the PSP navigation hack driving around in a car. In this post Deniska explains how to hook up a Holux GPSlim236 GPS receiver to a Sony PSP. Deniska’s latest public release GPS/Map viewer software is available here.” via