SQRXZ IV: Cold Cash
SQRXZ IV has landed on PSP! Earn money to help your family in this ice cold adventure homebrew!
SQRXZ IV has been released on many other platforms, but this versionA is specifically for PSP. As a bug-like creature named SQRXZ, it's your job to earn money to support your family. The more enemies you avoid, and marbles you collect, the higher your score will be. As far as homebrew is concerned, this is quite a complete game that platformer fans should try.
We have just released Sqrxz 4 - Cold Cash!
Available for Windows (32-Bit), Linux (32-Bit, 64-Bit), Wiz, PSP, MotoMagx, Dreamcast, GCW Zero, MacOS X (32-Bit, 64-Bit) / Intel and Raspberry Pi!
Thanks a ton to all involved Retroguru members! Especially Rodolphe Boixel (Thor), Simon Butler, Jan Jensen (Flarfy), Johan Letfors (Vedder) and Alexander Wiklund. Certainly not to forget our porting machines responsible for the initial ports: Frank Wille (phx), Lars Persoon (anotherguest), Artur Rojek (zear), Xavier Vallejo (Indiket), Sergei Kolesnikov (exl) and James Higgs (Jum).
Let us know how far you can get and share your progress with us!
Hate mails, love mails, donations - everything welcome!
The gamedev competition at Revision 2014 had 10 game entries, few of them were fine, few of them were not. We update you as soon as results are out!
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