Art from our forums has released the third preliminary version of his lastest homebrew game, PSP Power Pong. Currently it is up to the standard level of a Pong game (although it does have some snazzy graphics), and Art plans to add many more features to make it even better than just a simple Pong game; including power ups that temporarily allow shooting at your opponent, and the ability to have multiple balls in play.
Here's the changelog:
* CPU Player can now be beaten by Human as the CPU player is handicapped as game speed increases.
* Score Keeping is implemented. First player to score 5 points wins.
* Eccentric ball spin implemented to try to keep things interesting.
* Analog pad support
* PSP Headphone remote support
It is reccommended that you tilt your PSP onto it's side to play this game, and I'll warn you - It's highly addictive just like the original Pong, but much easier on the eye.
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