Team Zenyth is back with a brand new platformer homebrew that will have you shifting from side to side!
Want a PSP homebrew that is both addicting and pretty great looking? Xonergy is just what you need. While controlling a robot named Xon, it is your job to shift left and right using the triggers to avoid enemies and pitfalls. This first release also includes some more advanced features such as save. If you have the time, this LUA coded effort is well worth seeing for yourself. Here is a roughly translated changelog from the team.
"The game itself is platform where you control a tiny robot called Xon, which you must help escape the trappings that come out on the bridge as peaks and pits, which you dodge or jump.
As we have used this great Team to a number of amazing quality homebrews both the issue of graphics and sounds (created by Applelo). So join our excellent homebrew Memory Stick we will have a great time entertaining.
Some of the main features of the game is the ability to save your progress and above that Team Zenyth waits with updates to their homebrews."
Trigger A: Move to right side.
L Trigger: Move to left side.
The original language changelog can be found here!
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