Jamie Fuller from our forums, the same guy that has brought the homebrew scene great homebrew games like Planet Smash and SensitivePSP has today released a preview of his latest homebrew game to bring to the PSP, and it goes by the name of Downfall. If you ever remember playing this game as a kid (or as an adult!) you'll know that it is quite fun and pretty addictibve. The object of the game is to move one of the cogs around once per turn and then let the other person have a go, with the aim of the game being to get your counters to the bottom of the "board" before the second player does. But every time you move your cogs, they move on the other player's side too! You control the 'cogs' by moving the curosr over them with the analogue stick and pressing 'Cross' to turn anti-clockwise and pressing 'Circle' to turn clockwise.
Now this is just a preview, and that's simply because Jamie is unsure whether anybody is interested in the game. He started it when wanting to create a 2 player game with a chat client built in, and thought this would be ideal, but after completing the GFX to an excellent standard as you can see by the screenshots and the basic gameplay, Jamie is unsure whether to continue with this project. The networking for two players hjas not been completed yet, so don't go grabbing your friends PSP to play just yet.
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