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Developer @Joel16 who has created various projects such as CyanogenPSP & VitaIndent, is back with new utility that is a very simple release and is essentially an extension to VitaIdent, this utility is called Vita Net Profile Check. Its simply will display the passwords of WiFi Networks you have been connected to, so could be handy in some situations for user's. Note that the developer also has a new project that he has previewed and release should be soon as VitaForecast should see a release soon, additional details can be soon here as the dev details some screenshots and feature list.​
BasiliskII is a WIP emulator port to the PS VIta / PlayStation TV by developer meetpatty, this release is a 68k Macintosh emulator (Mac Classic or a Mac II emu). The port is based on the work that Chilly Willy did on the PSP port but this releases come in the way of a vpk installable for HENkaku user's (on fw 3.60). Included is information about the port it-self and also Vita Specif Information that the dev has provided in this Work In Progress initial release of this new emulator keeping more Retro System & Platforms alive with the power of emulation :)
Here is new utility that is a welcome sight to the PS Vita / PlayStation TV community as developer Arkanite releases VitaPad++ (which do not get confused with VitaPad which is a completely different app with different functions). This text-editor with tons of functionality is a handy tool but developer has packed alot of additional functionality and features that makes this such a great utility even for developers who might want to edit / review and source code on the go, There is already great features but also see the roadmap and it should serve as a great addition to he Henkaku Library of homebrew . Additional details of this latest GekiHEN Contest Entry, note as of writing this news we have 1 day and about 12 hours (counter in our forum) until the deadline for submitted entries.
UPDATE v1.61 (03/18/2017): Small update to provide several fixes
(03/17/2017): The much anticipated release of VitaShell v1.60 that contains USB Mass Storage Support for the PlayStationTV (PSTV) aka VitaTV has been released. Also announced is the winner of the VitaShell Theme Competition, with the new theme available in this update. This update provides some additional tweaks and cleanup as PSTV user's will no longer have to see the battery indicator going forward from v1.60. This AIO File Manager for the Vita & PSTV continues to pack in creditable functionality for HENkaku users on Vita firmware 3.60. The full details of this update and also a history of logs has been provided along with some additional details from creator and developer of VitaShell, TheFlow.​
It appears the ScummVM Team has officially named developer Cpasjuste as the official "maintainer" of the ScummVM Port, This emulator will take back in time to those classic point and click games, this emulator playing a variety of classic games the full list can be view on the official site ( via the Comparability Chart . The official team (and various unofficial ports) can be seen across many platforms such as the Dreamcast, Windows, PSP, PS3, to just name a few of the supported ports, so its great to see the team officially adopt the PS Vita / PlayStation TV port. View the vita port details and specifics in the release details provided ..​
The latest entry into the GekiHEN Hombrew Contest comes to us from developer Rinnegatamante with another release. OpenSyobon Vita the port of a SMB inspired remake that will leave with a brand new experiance that includes twist with some old flair of the iconic side scroller gameplay. Just when you think you might have these controls mastered, then you realize opps "its not that game". If you want to check this game out in your browser you can give this online version of Syobon Action (aka NekoMario / CatMario), for the Vita / PlayStation TV version for henkaku on 3.60 view the download and details inckuded​
As the GekiHEN Contest is closing developer's are pushing some nice utilities and homebrew before the contest officially comes to a close on March 19th, so be sure to get your submissions in on-time. Following up on the previous release from the ONElua team of gdljjrod & DevdadisNunez with the ARK fast utility the team has now released ONEtranslate and uses Google Translate for the translating. See support languages and other details along with a screenshot demonstrating the translations.
Following the update to Labyrinth-3D v1.3 by developer Rinnegatamante, the dev is back with another update for this community. This time around the vitaHexenII port has received some attention and improvements with the release of v1.1 frame-rate has improved and the inclusion of music with Soundtrack Support should give this port a brand new experience, but in addition to those changes controls has improved to more like another port to the Vita / PS TV vitaQuake also ported by Rinngatamante . Checkout all the details of this release and also be sure to checkout VitaDB, as the title implies its a database (mirrors) of many of vita scene homebrew.
The ONELua Team (gdljjrod & DevdadisNunez) has released ARK Fast which will install ARK-2 for HENkaku user's on firmware 3.60 in a snap. Which some great options that will allow you to clone your bubble for Adrenaline eCFW (if using International Snooker as your base game) which will allow you to use the same base game for both ARK and Adrenaline eCFW for the PSP Emulator that resides in the Vita firmware. View Screenshots and details of this release from Team ONElua
Following the initial release of Project Void which looks like it has tons of potential to being a really great homebrew game for the Vita/Ps TV has seen a recent update as v0.0.2 has been dropped as creator Akabane87 has made some visual improvements to the game fixing and improving various elements that have been outlined in the latest changelog provided.​