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Petitcom BIG

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Petitcom BIG
Petitcom BIG key art.jpg
Developer(s) SmileBoom
Publisher(s) SmileBoom
Release date(s) JP December 14, 2016
Genre(s) Application
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Input methods GamePad, Pro Controller, Wii Remote, USB Keyboard
Compatibility PlayablePlayable
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Petitcom BIG (プチコンBIG) is an application that lets you program in a dialect of BASIC called SmileBASIC. A small library of graphics, sound effects, music, and example programs is built into the application, along with a way to upload and share creations. There's also a built-in program editor with syntax highlighting, basic command auto-completion, and an interactive command reference.

This is an expanded port of SmileBASIC (プチコン3号) for the Nintendo 3DS that adds many things, like increased execution speed (thanks to the Wii U's slightly more powerful CPU), support for up to 4 controllers, USB keyboard support, and higher-resolution program modes. While programs made for the 3DS version are compatible, programs made for the Nintendo DSi or Nintendo Switch versions of SmileBASIC are not.

Known Issues

Parts of the GUI are not scaled correctly and look uneven, and the start screen has pink borders on some icons. Also, changes to graphics pages are not immediately reflected, and the GOFS command does not function. These issues are not present on real hardware.



Gameplay Videos

Petitcom BIG running in Cemu 1.27.0, showcasing two community-made projects and the built-in resource viewer / editor. (Mouse cursor is not part of the application.)


Version OS Version Region CPU GPU Tester FPS Status Additional Notes
1.12.2d Windows 10 x64 JPN Intel Core i7-6700HQ Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M V360 N/A Unplayable Crashes at startup.
Version OS Version Region CPU GPU Tester FPS Status Additional Notes
1.27.0 Windows 10 x64 JPN Intel Core i7-10750H Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q V360 60 Playable Sound emulation is better than other emulated versions of SmileBASIC 3, but there are a few graphical glitches.