You'll probably want to check out BlockSnake if you're into PSP homebrew games. The creator of the game JaSo_PSP has given word that this is his first game release (he made an application called Scribble before) and it looks very well done. He even included a high score table so you can keep track of how well you've been doing.
The concept is pretty simple, guide your snake to the food to make it grow as large as you can. Each block of food you eat makes your snake longer by two blocks so after some time, the screen can get pretty crowded. The more points you accumulate, the faster the snake moves so plan your moves accordingly.
The zipped file includes a read me, which you should read before doing anything. That said, BlockSnake is fun if a bit basic, making it a perfect game for a long trip or a lazy sunday afternoon.
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