There’s another UEFI game, Mario-like:
Another Tetris game for UEFI has been created:
the Github site listed above is no longer there. However, see:
And there’s a Game of Life for UEFI written in Zig:
There is now more Infocom content to be used! All (or at least most) of the Infocom IF game content is now available for UEFI_Zork. Hopefully the content license will permit OEMs and IBVs to bundle UEFI_Zork with this new content into new computers. Half 🙂
Hmm, I only recall playing Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy….
Nice to see more classic arcade games being implemented as UEFI Applications… 🙂
Game Frogger implemented in assembly x86 for UEFI boot.
Another Snake Game for UEFI!
Another UEFI shell game!
see-also: the games tag of this blog.
Voxefi is a voxel building game that can be booted directly from UEFI.
David Lee has apparently ported a NES emulator — without sound — to UEFI, but source code is not apparently available:
I used EDK II framework.
About the keyboard input, Program reads the value from 0x60 port directly because of multi-key input processing.
I measure the timer count twice(for 1sec) by using the rdtsc instruction to make game delay more accurate.
I didn’t implement the audio output.
GRAPHICAL TETRIS. UEFI X64 EDITION. MAIN MODULE.
SEPARATE EDITION = TETRIS WITHOUT UEFIMARK.
(C)2013-2017 IC Book Labs.
Not to be confused with the other UEFI Tetris:
The English translation, via Google Translate:
“I tried to tell the novel game with UEFI (I want to make it a game engine in the future).”
Another UEFI game….
There’s one UEFI-based game I have not mentioned: Maze, by Tim Lewis. He’s got multiple blog posts on how the code works. He just relicensed it to BSD:
Look at the game/games tags for other UEFI-based games.
There’s a CHIP-8 emulator written for most platforms, now including UEFI. The executable uc8.efi is built using the GNU-EFI toolchain, not the Tianocore toolchain.
“CHIP-8 emulator as an UEFI application”
Usage: uc8 FILE [ROM]
Follow the instructions on your screen. In case of trouble, press
About CHIP-8, Wikipedia says: ”
There are a number of classic video games ported to CHIP-8, such as Pong, Space Invaders, Tetris, and Pac-Man. There’s also a random maze generator available. These programs are reportedly placed in the public domain, and can be easily found on the Internet.”