Ok, so this is actually something I have been thinking and struggling with for some time now: I would like to GP32 games again... preferably on a modern handheld.
For me personally, my trip down opensource handheld gaming began with the GP32 BLU. A vibrant colorful backlit screen and fast hardware combined with a open OS capable of running emulators, hombrew and home-converted movie files made this console one of my favorite handhelds. Later on, I got the GP2X, GP2X Wiz, Cannoo and then into the era of dingux and opendingoo handhelds.
However, with each new console , less and less commercial games got released for these kind of consoles and of these games only a few were unique to that system. However, of the 28 games released for the GP32, quite a few were unique to the system (i fondly remember Little Wizard and Kimchi-Man).
For over 10 years ago a GP32 emulator was released called GeePee32, although it misses audio and does not runs all commercial games. Later it seemed that this emulator was incorporated in Mame (mame/gp32.cpp) however I never got it to work properly (it was reported it also did not have audio and only limited compatibility).
I guess not many care for this system and also only a limited amount of unique games will be 'u-earthed' with a proper GP32 emulator. But I personally still dream of be-ing able to play the GP32 collection on a modern handheld (GCW0 or RS-97).
Did you also own a GP32? Would you like to play these games again trough emulation? Ans which game in particular?