For those of you who are into side scrolling shooters, you might be interested to know that developer Abhoth has released the latest version of Kosmodrones v1.02 with a couple of added features. Asides from adding a brand new race level, v1.02 is now compatible with the PlayStation Portable Slim & Lite.
The game is heavily influenced from old Amiga classics such as Turboraketti and Gravity Force. So old-school gamers who want to try their hand out on some classic top-down racing will definitely enjoy this game.
As always, make sure to read up on the documentation that goes with the game. This can be especially useful if you want to find out how to upload your high scores or in case you want to download race recordings.
In any case, the game is available through the download link below. Enjoy!
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