Mailas G (Gonrai in QJ Forums) have so nicely shared the update of his Megaman Power Blaster v1.7. This version works for both 1.00 and 1.50 firmwares, so you guys should be able to try it out.
Mailas admits it's been a while since he gave you guys an update on this game. And as you deserve one, here it is. Unfortunately though, he hasn't been able to work on it as much as he promised he would. He hasn't even put up the score tally yet, but hey, the bullet system was a tad too hard to do. For this, he extends his apologies.
Anyway, as this game is for two players, the blue character moves up and down with the d-pad, while the red character moves up and down via the triangle and x button. To shoot, just press the Right button for the little guy on the left, while the square button does the job for the guy on the right.
While that may not sound much, let's not be too hard on Mailas. If it's any consolation, at least they're firing multiple bullets.
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