Developer Jaklub's homebrew game JPong has been updated to version 0.7, and the revival of the Atari classic for Sony PlayStation Portable users now sports 2 additional obstacle modes, plus noted special effects for the opening menu. The cosmetic changes also slide down to the Eboot design.
The developer also added a selection mechanic for choices of racket and ball appearances, two new backgrounds, and an AI bot that wouldn't be much of a challenge on normal difficulty. Jaklub recommends playing on the highest difficulty level.
The download package does not include bundled documentation, but you'd be safe to copy the entire extracted folder to the GAME directory of your PSP. Jaklub also reminds you that the occasional lockups from previous versions also creeps to version 0.7, so remain forewarned.
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