It isn't a surprise that we see a great deal of Pac-Man in homebrew games, we even saw him in a racing game (Pac-Man World Rally), and as a part of a minigame in Namco Bandai's Smash Court Tennis 3. Well, newcomer PlayStation Portable homebrew developer lukespalding dropped by the QJ.Net Forums to post a Pac-Man project - Christmas style.
It's called Christmas Pac Man and it was developed completely on lukespalding's trusty Sony PSP (using Lua Player, PSPNotepad, and pspfiler). Gameplay is simple, you just have to catch the colored balls falling from the sky. It's decorated for the holdays - Pac-Man's wearing a Christmas hat and all that jazz.
Anyway, check out Christmas Pac Man by clicking the download link below. You can also tell lukespalding what you think by commenting or by dropping by the foums. Enjoy!
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