Homebrew developer blah has released a new build of his helpful demonstration for other Lua coders. Using an edited Lua Player (packaged) he has incorporated a "Gumlook.at" code to show how a 3rd Person Camera angle can be created using Lua.
This new version, v0.2b comes with the addition of a 3rd person camera and edited textures.
It certainly is a great resource for all budding Lua coders out there, hopefully it'll lead to some great new homebrew being developed.
It is confirmed to be compatible with the v1.5 PSP firmware.
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