Montrob from the forums has released his first real game for LUA called WildSniper. In it, you use the D-pad to move your pointer in order to shoot enemies. The right trigger is used to fire a shot, and pressing start will exit the game. Considering it's his first build, this game does have it's share of bugs. You can rapid fire on your enemies in order to rack up your score, and the timer stops at 1 instead of 0 at the finish.
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Halo: Genocide v1.2 Halo: Genocide v1.2
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TNT Dude TNT Dude
Coolguy 5678 just keeps setting the bar higher for himself. After the release of his TIFF TNT Dude v1.2, here he comes yet again with another version, v1.3. So what's new here? Initially, it was just supposed to be some bug fix update, but he thought that was way too boring. So he decided to spice it up by adding some more teleporters and six new maps
Poke the Penguin in C PSP-Maniac from our forums, wrote in his post that he has just recently learned how to code in C, but unfortunately, the muses of game coding hasn't given him any good ideas for a game he might develop
RaveWild RaveWild is a mix between a top-down shooter, a tower defense game (kinda), and a real-time strategy
Ninja Gaiden Port Ninja Gaiden Port
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