The popular arcade game Pang! which has many versions available for play on the web via Flash or Java applets has made it's way to the PSP thanks to DingoFR. If this game seems familiar, it's because there is a US version that went by the name of Buster Bros. The object of the game is to travel around the world, using your weapon to bust the bubbles as fast as possible. Each time a bubble is hit, it splits in two until you shoot the tiniest bubbles. With a wide assortment of weapons to pick up to aid you in your quest, this new homebrew game should provide alot of entertainment! Here's what's new in the latest release:
Code based on DCPang 1.2
Menu at the title screen
Added 2 new display mode: stretched and cropped.
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