Michal Skorupka has emailed us his port of Crimson Fields for the PSP, based on the PC port v0.4.9 by Jens Granseuer. Crimson Fields is a tactical war game in the tradition of Battle Isle. In this strategic battle, you must deploy your units and gain the tactical advantage to vital locations across the map to complete the mission objective. Objectives range from defending vital locations to annihilating all enemy forces. This game is definitely ported well and has great gameplay. Current bugs in this release include:
- There is no in game music (if You want music please ocnvert atached midi music into mod and place in same directory with .mod extension)
- Game freezes at exit (you need to reboot your PSP, hold power button by 4 seconds)
- Keyboard layout is not optimal (not a real bug)
- Some mysterious hidden ones
Controls (may want to print these):
Original game uses mouse + keyboard to play, these are the controls in the PSP version:
Mouse movement - Analog stick
Left Mouse - Left trigger
Right Mouse - Right trigger
Middle Mouse - Triangle button
Left Arrow - Left button
Right Arrow - Right button
Up Arrow - Up button
Down Arrow - Down button
Enter - Cross button
F1 - Select button
F2 - Circle button
Space - Square button
ESC - Start button
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