The first XtreamLua/Gx-MOD Lua contest held last December by sites XtreamLua.com and Gx-MOD.com (duh!) was considered a big success, so the two teamed up again to bring us XtreamLua/Gx-MOD contest 2007. Developers sent in their homebrew games and applications for the PlayStation Portable and for the Nintendo DS.
In this game, players have to find the exit out of various labyrinths, all the while trying to avoid obstacles as they go through the mazes. Nicovideo's creation comes in 2 versions, one for PSPs running on FW 1.50, and one for those using OE custom firmware. Before trying this game out, read this disclaimer from the dev first: "This version contains four different levels and an introduction for the firmware 1.50 (not for mow firmwares OE in order to avoid a bug, the author who has not been able to test its play on these firmwares)."
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