Homebrew developer Jaklub said it best, "Pong will never die out". And with that thought in mind, he dropped by QJ.NET PSP Development Forum and released another iteration of the 1972 Atari classic. This particular build is titled JPong and is currently on version 0.3.
JPong v0.3 sports the following features among others as provided by the coder: music, sounds, one player and two player modes, pause and map selecting. Regarding the two-player mode, one player is assigned to the D-pad for controls while another can use the triangle and cross to make the paddle go up or down.
Currently, this version packs in two different maps with one looking like your normal tennis court background and the other with a tropical background. Jaklub added that he plans on coming up with future versions with additional features.
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