TheLazy1, a PSP and DS coder from our forums has released a new homebrew game that is bound to get vintage PC gamers all excited. As the title suggests, Wolfenstein 3D Test is a beta version for TheLazy1's Wolfenstein 3D port for the PSP using the open source Wolf3D shareware version. You can tell this is a beta as currently there is quit e a large list of things that still need to be done, but gameplay is good and the speed at which the game plays is very good. If you like wartime Nazi-bashing shooters then this is for you. This game predates even the earliest of FPS games - including Doom - so getting your hands on it is like taking a trip back to gaming history, before games had amazing graphics; a time when the gameplay counted the most.
Currently this game has no sound, no music, no savegame function, no loading and you can only use the analog stick for movement (even in th menu) at the moment, but these are early days. This test version will also probably contain a few bugs, so report them in the forum release thread so that Thelazy1 can fix this for future releases. I'll stop talking now so you can check the screenshots and get this baby on your PSP! The game comes in 2 formats, one in Kxploited download for firmware 1.5 and one in 1.0 format which could possibly work on 2.71 with Dark_Alex's Homebrew Enabler Rev C - test it out!
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