Tarzan from our forum has released PSPit-Fall. This is a little game in which you control a stick figure to jump over bumps on the ground with out falling onto them. This game reminds me of the "Takahashi Meijin No Boukenjima" on Nintendo NES which also has a penalty on stepping onto the rocks. But hey... that is not a death penalty after all! Here are some more details:
I coded this as my first project so its not to great, but expect
more updates in the future!
* Right = Move character right
* Left = Move Character left
* Cross = Jump
* Square + Left = Run Left
* Square + Right = Run right
The object of this game is to make it to the other end of the level
without running into one of the black blocks.
Charlie - from www.evilmana.com for the great tutorials
Greenskull - for helping me loop my music
Flashkit.com- for great sound effects and loops
All the people who made luaplayer and all who maintain it
and pspupdates.qj.net for giving me motive to give back to the PSP scene
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