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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Clickr Clickr- is a pretty simple game where all you have to do is count the cars that passes by
If you owned a graphing calculator back in the 1990s, you probably know about some of the games that were made and played on them. Well, PlayStation Portable homebrew developer Judas loved one such game and cloned it to Sony's handheld. The game is called Pegs, originally coded by Fred Coughlin for the TI calculator
IDKWTFTPIC R2 IDKWTFTPIC R2-Puzzle-game.
what you have to do is get the whole screen one color.
orange or yellow, it doesn't matter.
however, its not as easy as it sounds, when you select a tile, all tiles around it flip to the other color as well as the selected
Mix the Cube! v1.1 Mix the Cube! v1.1
Homebrew developer Sinasquax dropped by the QJ.NET PSP Homebrew Development Forum to give a heads up on Mix the Cube! for the Sony PlayStation Portable. Since its initial release, this version 1.1 adds a nifty save feature to challenge and free game modes. There's also a new way to check if your colored cube puzzle is resolved, and other bugs were fixed
PSPLife PSPLife- Today we are opn hand to dish out yet another homebrew game from a developer brand new to the homebrew scene, Ipodlinux.
He has brought us PSPLife today, a homebrew game clone of 'ConwaysGame Of Life' which may remind some of you of the classic elecronic handheld game 'Lights Out
Dementia Level Pack 1 Dementia Level Pack 1
Team Teh Peek-uh-chewz dropped the line earlier (via Freshmilk) that they have released a new update for their color-puzzle game, Dementia, in the form of its first level pack. Instead of adding more stages to the game, however, this pack aims to fix several detected bugs
Tetris Portable Tetris Portable
Weak's Tetris Portable v0.3 for the PSP.
- tile preview
- improved randomness
MazeGen3D (in 3D) MazeGen3D (in 3D)
If you liked PSP developer Highsight's homebrew game MazeGen3D, then you'll definitely want to look at this updated version of his maze-generating game
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