APokalySP - The world has changed during your coma. Influenza A H1N1 was right of humanity and 99% of the population died. Yet something happened, the dead came back and very hungry. Be part of the 1% who survived is perhaps not a chance.
13 levels in two modes:
Follow the adventures of our hero just after waking in the hospital.
an adventure far more difficult than the story mode. zombies more resistant to bullets, and many more obstacles
14 rewards to unlock:
Each rewards you unlock a picture of a great artist naked.
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PSP Hexen II PSP Hexen II
First, the good news. PSP homebrew coder jurajstyk has just announced the release a homebrew port of the Hexen II classic FPS game. This port is based on Peter Mackay's PSP Quake port, with source codes taken from the original Hexen II (PC) by Raven Software, and compiled using PSPDev Environment for Win32
Survival Horror Clone #1 Lua app Survival Horror Clone #1 Lua app
Jman420 has began work on a PSP Survival Horror game like Resident Evil 2 for the Playstation. This clone is being made as a tribute to the 1998 game Resident Evil 2, and the great thiong about this is that the game is going to be built fully in 3D, with modelled by Jakob Getson (AKA Jman420) and textured by Rmedtx
Eliminated v1.0 For those of us who enjoyed Emeric0101's beta release of his nifty homebrew game for the Sony PlayStation Portable, Eliminated, then you'll be glad to know that the bug-free final version is now available for download
Special Operations Special Operations
Tick-tock goes the clock, bang-boom goes the homebrew scene. In a matter of days, The Underminer has updated his game and has now released Special Operations v0.2 for firmwares 1.0 and 1.5
If you look at the whole list of homebrew games we've featured since the dawning of QJ time, you'd notice how varied all of them are. However, one common denominator all of them have is that they're fun. Of course, the term "fun" can be interpretted differently by different people.
luLy surely has an interesting idea for fun
Silverfox recently released LeeSP v1.0, a fighting game for the PSP that features Naruto characters Rock Lee and Gaara in a fight to the finish. The game supports single player and two-player modes, though it'll be somewhat funny sharing one PSP to play the game until an ad-hoc infrastructure is made
Button Mashing Advanced Button Mashing Advanced
SpiritBeast, from our forums, has released a new version of Button Mashing Advance. As the name suggests, this is a button mashing game. However, this button mashing game is very different than other button mashing games on the PSP
English homebrew coder Insert_Witty_Name introduced us to Bugz, the author's official entry to the 2008 Neoflash Spring Coding Competition. The homebrew game sports an art style on a visual level comparable to SCEJ's LocoRoco, although this one doesn't involve singing blobs of cuteness
DOOM-PSP has been a very popular homebrew port since it's initial release, supporting various different WADs and mods. Now, StereoMike has release "DOOM-PSP v0.05" a modification of Lantus' original DOOM-PSP v0.04. Here's what StereoMike has added and fixed in this great program:
-Added Selection of PWAD to load in addition to the main (I)WAD
Chromium v0.4 Chromium v0.4
PSP homebrew developer Royale has released a new build for Chromium. For those who missed out on the previous releases, Chromium is a port of the KETM-type arcade shooter of the same name.
Unlike previous versions, Chromium v0.4 has a simpler installation procedure
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