OpenBORPSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 21 May 12 Tags: Games
Homebrew developer SamuraiX rolled out a new version of the game-maker application for the PlayStation Portable OpenBOR.
This specific release bumps the program up to version 2.1313. Aside from the compatibility with the Sony handheld, OpenBOR was also made to run on platforms Windows, DC, and GP2X
Wagic, The Homebrew- port Magic: The Gathering
More than 800 new unique cards, including cards from Magic 2011 and Scars of Mirrodin
PSPokemonPSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 updated Upload date: 7 Sep 10 Tags: Games
PSPokemon - Homebrew coders mrfyda & D4NnY has released PSPokémon, a new Pokémon game clone for the PSP.
This project was started by a group of friends as a small test for the PSP.
Based on our colleagues feedback and our growing curiosity on the platform the game evolved up to a pokémon clone
Mario Don t Drop the PSP-DreaDNoughT is back, and together with Kevin, has released v3.0 (Halloween Edition) of Mario Don't Drop the PSP.
What has Mario done that no other PSP character, superhero, and mythical figure combined haven't done yet? Save PSPs from falling of course
Bruce LuaPSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 13 Dec 09 Tags: Games
You get to control Bruce Lee while fighting Ryu from Street Fighter
SolitairePSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 29 Mar 10 Tags: Games
Solitaire- This is the Alpha release of my Solitaire game if anyone would like to help me test it.
Right now it is just the core of the game. The deck is shuffled and the cards are dealt and all the rules are in place for moving the cards around
Pokemon Keeper- The character of Pikachu is relatively younger compared to other video game icons like Mario. But despite that, Pokemon is one of the most successful franchise today. We guess these klutzy pocket monsters captured the world with their charm. And ultimately, we guess we all chose Pikachu
Quake Arena Arcade- Homebrew dev lps has dropped by our forums today to release a new version of Quake Arena Arcade, a homebrew port of the hit first-person shooter for the PlayStation Portable. The nifty game, which was formerly called Quake I: Arena, now includes more maps, new modified PSP Kurok engine, new eboot gfx and new hud enhancements, among others