Around two years back, SG57 introduced the world to a PSP port of the flash game Kitty Cannon. Two years later and, it seems, Kitten Cannon is making a comeback to everyone's PlayStation Portables, just in time for the NeoFlash Spring Coding Competition.
The game's actually quite simple to play:
Just aim the cannon using the up/down directional pad buttons, analog stick or your Neo Motion Kit and use [X] to fire. The red bar on the cannon indicates the power of your shot.
Please note that this game doesn't have a readme, so you may have to do a bit of tinkering to make sure that SG57's game is properly installed.
*UPDATE* PlayStation Portable developer SG57 has updated his NeoFlash Spring Coding Competition entry, Kitten Cannon. It now has a screenshot command that takes a snapshot with the triangle button. The screenshots get sent to the Screenshots/Kitten Cannon folder and saves the distance you got as the filename. It grabs a shot of your highscore too, saving it as Highscore.png.
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