Not long after homebrew developer DGGC92 debuted the Sony PlayStation Portable homebrew scene, his Lua-coded playPSP has been updated with improved graphics. playPSP version 1.12 does everything that made its previous build a fun Pong game on the PSP, but with better visuals.
For those who missed it the first time, playPSP offers two-player Pong on the handheld. Challenging AI is there if you want to play solo, while the playPIXFIX feature is present to fix those stucked pixels and enhance your experience.
After some people suggested DGGC92 to make his playPSP easier to the eyes, a quick updated soon became available.
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