Maxime has taken a break from Super Mini Mario mods, to release a new homebrew game, GTA driving forward v0.1. GTA driving forward is a game written in Lua that uses cars from GTA2.
The game is pretty simple: all you have to do is avoid the oncoming traffic for as long as you can. To make it more difficlut, the longer you avoid the cars the faster they come at you. It's a pretty addictive game, but it does get difficult when the speed increases, especially trying the use the PSP's D-Pad, which isn't the most responsive or accurate D Pad-around. Try not to get 'Watsted'!
This game requires Lua Player to play.
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