Looking for a fun homebrew game for you PSP?A If so then PSPMarble is for you!A This cool homebrew game is sort of like Marble Madness but the game has physics elements too which will not only keep you interested but also test your strategy.
The up and down buttons allow you to zoom in or out and you can rotate the camera using the analog stick.A Press the right trigger to jump.
This version of PSPMarble utilizes a modded version of LTE and has a tutorial mode to help you get the hang of things.A There is also a level editor.A This version has been signed with the psp extra tool so that the eboot is kept as small as possible.
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