Looking for a little classic arcade love on PSP? Check out A Jairo David's updated Breakout port. New levels, new sounds, new options!
We've all played Breakout before, so I'll try not to belabor the point. The object of the game is to use you paddle to direct your floating ball towards the blocks located in each level. This has been a portable mainstay for years now, but that hasn't stopped A Jairo David from continuing development on his own version. As you'll see from the changelog below, this update includes more levels, added sound effects, new menus, and some additional choices for record keeping. English speakers should know that this is a Spanish language homebrew. However, the familiar nature of Breakout shouldn't leave you too in the dark!
Added 15 new levels.
Fix various bugs.
They have added a few sound effects.
Created a section of options.
Possibility to enable / disable the music.
Added a record reset feature.
Help has been created for the game.
Created Records for each section.
Added background music (surround).
Cleaning the code.
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