The video showed numerous heads up battles between different types of units ranging from soldiers, tanks, missile launchers, hovercrafts etc - it's downright awesome I tell you. It also gave us a glimpse of how the actual 'Field Commander' will give out his orders.
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Lemonade Stand v1.0 Lemonade Stand v1.0
Homebrew developer SavageSnip3r, one of the developers of the Tales of Symphonia homebrew, dropped by our forums to release Lemonade Stand v1.0. This program is an entrepreneur game where players have to earn as much money as they can given a set amount of time and limited start-up capital
Defence Station Portable v1.1 (PSP) Defence Station Portable v1.1 (PSP)
If you haven't tried any kind of tower defense game in the past, we highly suggest that you go find one and try it. It really is exciting given all the preparations and thinking one has to do. If you're planning to try one, you might as well check out Defence Station Portable (DSP) from homebrew developer danzel
Capture the Flag Capture the Flag
Freshmilk has come out with an updated version of his homebrew Capture the Flag. He happened to be checking out the site and saw that the downloads for the game went up by quite a number, so he "put some time into finishing this for you guys." The moral of the story: download more homebrews so devs keep churning out better versions of them
Celestial Cunning v0.3 Celestial Cunning v0.3
Homebrew developer Slicer4ever has released the latest version of the homebrew game for the PSP, Celestial Cunning, now upped to version 0.3. Celestial Cunning is a real-time strategy (RTS) game set in space.
For this version, Slicer4ever rewrote the game back to 2D. This was made mainly to have "better gfx and controls"
I'm a 90's baby, but that doesn't mean I wasn't exposed to the game Breakout. In fact, I've been a big fan of Breakout-inspired games such as this Game Gear game whose title I can't seem to remember plus Brick in iPod. Seems like I have a new game to immerse myself into