iPlay Arkanoid - new PSP homebrew lua-coded by me is born. It is an Arkanoid, or break-brick if you prefer. Press [More].
iplay Arkanoid is my latest PSP homebrew. It is a brick-breaking Lua for the PSP. The levels are stored in files, and it is possible to
create your own tables (see below for more information). It is also possible to change the skin in the game, and also, you can create your own skin (see below for more information). For each level, you have 3 lives. When you destroy a block, you earn 50 points. The goal is to accumulate the most points by completing as many tables as possible. When your ball hits the ground, you lose a life and your score is divided by 2.
I want to thank DragonSlash who was successful in correcting a mistake in my code.
Of course, iplay Arkanoid comes with preconceived skins and tables already done.
That is what it contains:
* A skin created by Mxerby01
* A skin type oldschool created by myself
* Normal.map by J3r3mie
* Coins.map by J3r3mie
* Colonne.map by Crunch
* Fille.map by J3r3mie
* Fleche.map by J3r3mie
* Forteresse.map by J3r3mie
* Milieu.map by J3r3mie
* Normal.map by J3r3mie
* Plus.map by Crunch
* Rectangle.map by Crunch
* Smile.map by J3r3mie
* Triangle.map by Crunch
* V.map by J3r3mie
* Verre.map by J3r3mie
As mentioned above, you can create your own levels and your own skins. If you created skins or tables and you want to be integrated into the next version of iplay Arkanoid, send me via the contact sheet.
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