benja32 (creator of PSP Racer) over at the QJ.Net forums dropped us a line regarding a homebrew game developed by the trio of Gibus (coding), Genevois Romuald (graphics), and Alexel (music). It's titled Panic Paradyz where the player's goal is to guide several hearts (aka souls) through a series of obstacles. The game currently has 12 stages and 4 decorations/themes, with various power-ups to be found as you fly through each stage.
Here are the controls:
* Joystick/analog nub: Move your vessel
* R: Activate the magnet
* L: Deactivate the magnet
* START: /Menu pauses
As a further point of clarification, the magnet allows you to draw the souls to where you cursor is on the screen - we'll leave it to your creativity regarding how this can be used. As requested by the original authors, we advice readers to drop by the (French) xtreamlua forums to give their feedback for Panic Paradyz. Or, you can also opt to drop by the release thread here at QJ's PSP dev forums to check out who else picked up on the game.
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