Here is an interesting homebrew for your PSP.A Its called PSProverbes 0.1 and is coded in LUA.A This homebrew was released by Team LightDev.A Here is what they had to say about PSProverbes 0.1.
Like Moliere's language as to read essays, literary works in more developed or to be a little smarter with the loan of your family, your friends out of high sentence, placing it well in conversation.
A proverb a day is what we propose Applelo (ie me) team member LightDev, PSProverbes lege being coded in Lua and /
The principle is simple, an update every month with a renewal of proverbs.
The author says one thing he would like that users comply with:
Thank you for playing the game and not look proverbs in the LUA code Thanks"
Connect your PSP to the computer via USB;
Pass your PSP in USB mode through the USB connection option;
Right-click on the file you downloaded;
Choose Extract files ... (WinRAR is recommended);
Choose like destination the letter assigned to your PSP from your computer;
Press OK and wait extraction files;
Exit the USB Mode on your PSP;
Go to the menu Game> Memory Stick to launch PSProverbes."
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
Magic 8-Ball Magic 8-Ball
Magic 8-Ball's are cool, right? *shake* As I see it, yes. Would putting one on your PSP be useful? *shake* Cannot predict now. Would anyone even think of doing something like that? *shake* You may rely on it. The Magic 8-Ball knows all, and now you can get accurate predictions about the future on your PSP too, thanks to forum member Jeremy1026
Pile ou Face (Heads or Tails) Pile ou Face (Heads or Tails) v2.0 - Here's a quick and easy-to-run homebrew game for your PSP, by the developers Playa93 and xz23. Dubbed Pile ou Face (Heads or Tails in english) v2.0, the game will challenge you to guess whether the PSP flipped a heads or tails.
The game will also assign you a certain number number of money, which you can wager with every round
SRSG A couple of days ago, PSP homebrew developer Psyberjock released an interesting application named Simple Random Sentence Generator, or SRSG