Remember the PSPRobots homebrew game that developer TacticalPenguin released last month? The game, in case you're a first-time readers, is actually a clone of the classic Robots game, and challenges players to dodge the incoming robots onscreen. Players can destroy the robots by causing them o run into each other
RoadblocksPSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 10 Sep 11 Tags: Games
Homebrew developer, Auraomega has another project in the works called Roadblocks. You might know the dev better for PSPLock but with this new release, we see that the dev also has a talent for addicting puzzle games.
If you've played any of the Pokemon games, you'd know the ice puzzles
PSP homebrew developer LatentDev has just released an update on his game called Gunfor. What is it? Well, do you remember that game called Special Training '99 or the homebrew game Escape? It's basically the same idea. You're piloting a ship and there are a gazillion fireballs coming right at you. Of course, you'd have to stay alive.
This release, version 1
LatentDev (AKA Ace High) released a quick update on the Gunfor homebrew game from the other day. Taking "survival of the fittest" to the addictive level, Gunfor v1.2 is all about avoiding fireballs. Support for Analog stick control helps a lot - you don't want to blunt out your left thumb on the D-pad after all
Shoot4FunPSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 10 Sep 11 Tags: Games
The NeoFlash Spring Coding Competition 2007 is off to a great start with great entries from the homebrew community. Developer gambiting who created PSPSnake has thrown his hat into the ring with his homebrew Shoot4Fun
IrDA v0.4PSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 10 Sep 11 Tags: Games
If you enjoy playing solo or with friends on your PSP, then you might want to check out Alex705's IrDA games v0.4. If you've been using an older version of the homebrew you might want to consider upgrading since this updated game pack has been completely redesigned with better menu navigation and a new EBOOT
PSP homebrew developer Freshmilk just came up with a new build for the fun game known as Dementia bringing it up to version 0.1b. Those who missed our last coverage on this might want to know that this creation is a color-puzzle game with the objective of making all the squares on the grid turn yellow
Gambiting has released a nifty update for his NeoFlash competition entry, known as Shoot4Fun. In Shoot4Fun, you're basically playing as a little red block that shoots lasers at oncoming enemies, which are also made out of blocks
We've got tipster Faceweed to thank for this homebrew release we've just picked up, titled ExtulPSP. This application, as its name implies, is a PSP port of the Exult framework.
This will enable handheld owners to play Ultima VII: The Black Gate, Ultima VII Part 2: Serpent Isle, and the Forge of Virtue and Silver Seed expansions
Homebrew developer Leviadragon has joined the Neo Summer Coding Competition with Hamtaro Holidays. This quirky Lua game looks to be a contender with its cute graphics and fun gameplay.
Partial as this blogger is to hamsters, it was impossible not to smile as the little hamster ran around the screen reacting to what I was giving it