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Jezz Ball Jezz Ball
Jezzball, written in Lua. The object of Jezzball is to divide the bouncing balls into quadrants totalling to 75 percent cleared. I lost many hours of my life to this game on my old TI-85 calculator, great times! "
How to play:
Clear the board by isolating the balls from the rest of the board
Lua Pac Man Lua Pac Man
Yashamaru just made a Lua version of the hit classic, Pac-Man. You see, Yashamaru over at our forums was working on "some old code" for a certain game. But then the said game couldn't use that particular code, so he transcr4ibed it to a Pac-Man ghost instead. One thing lead to another, and now, you have a beta version of Lua Pac Man up for grabs
Balloon Pop Challenge Balloon Pop Challenge
Luke Ryan, otherwise known as titch.ryan, from our forums has dropped by to present us with his first ever homebrew game, Balloon Pop Challenge.
Your goal in this game is simply to pop as many balloons as you can to beat the existing high score
Tank Attack Tank Attack
Like any good coder slaving hard to improve his work, waywardson is now giving us a really fast update to his Tank Attack PSP homebrew. Bringing it up to version 2, waywardson has "changed some minor stuff in the main menu" and has also "added direction change in the players image." You can check out the new version below
Spastic has released a Quarters: A Drinking Game for the PSP, version 1.0, written in Lua. The object in Quarters is to bounce a quarter on a table into a shotglass where you would have some nice cold milk waiting for someone to drink. Here's what the author had to say:"
This is my second shot at programming in Lua
PSPirates for PSP 1.0/eloader Mexicansnake, in conjunction with Deanaw22, has released a button-masher type game named PSPirates (written in LUA) with the aim of the game being to destroy the other boat first
Homebrew developer emericaska8r announced his return to the PSP development scene by releasing SuperMarioBros.Portable v1.0. The first version of the game was released back in January of 2007. Just like the name implies, it is a clone of the much-loved video game Super Mario Bros.
Original sprites and imagesin SuperMarioBros.Portable v1.0
Who is on Fire? (FW 1.5) Who is on Fire? (FW 1.5)
The moment we found the homebrew game Who is on Fire?, we had to try it immediately. In this game, players take on the role of a fireman and the objective is to save as many penguins as possible from a burning establishment.
Who is on Fire? was created by three developers, namely section, Yan2Yan, and Genevois, over at XtreamLua.com
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