Our own slicer4ever from the forums has been working hard on the latest rendition of PSPaintball for LUA. To improve upon his last version, he added an options menu where you can adjust things like gravity, paintball color, and number of enemies. The number of enemies has been limited to 10 to increase game speed, and the computer AI has also received some brain therapy.
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Assault Mission v0.1b Assault Mission v0.1b
There's always something special about the first release of a homebrew game. Yes, it's not quite there yet in terms of being complete, there's still a lot that needs to be done - but you get to see the potential gameplay experience it would bring, and it's a special moment
PSP Hexen II PSP Hexen II
First, the good news. PSP homebrew coder jurajstyk has just announced the release a homebrew port of the Hexen II classic FPS game. This port is based on Peter Mackay's PSP Quake port, with source codes taken from the original Hexen II (PC) by Raven Software, and compiled using PSPDev Environment for Win32
LUA 1945 v1.0 LUA 1945 v1.0
My intention is to look at the code and they will decide to improve it, then send it to me to check and decide whether it is good to add to the project. All the coders who cooperate will be included in the credits. In this way it will be an open source project like Linux
German PSP Homebrew Developer Sony PSP Player has come out with a quirky homebrew called Moorhuhn (Moorland Chicken) for the PSP. This game has you shooting chickens as they run across the map.
The controls of the game are simple with either the analog stick on Direction pad for movement, R for shooting and L to reload
Another one of my semi-old projects (Not quite as polished as my last release). This is an unofficial clone of JetSlalom by MR-C for the PSP. (With a StarFox twist)
This release uses no code or resources from the original game.
Copy the StarSlalom folder to PSP/GAME or PSP/GAME150 on your PSP
Ninja Gaiden Port Ninja Gaiden Port
Soulphalanx, a developer from our forum has released an second demo of his new game NG for the PSP (with scrolling support). This looks to be a excellent "port" of Ninja Gaiden, a classic on consoles such as TG-16, Nintendo and Sega
Ascii Attackers from Hell v1.1 (3.xx) Ascii Attackers from Hell v1.1 (3.xx)
Remember that sweet homebrew shooter with ASCII graphics for the Sony PlayStation Portable? Homebrew developer jabbyjim has updated his Ascii Attackers from Hell, now version 1.1 which is compatible with 3.xx custom firmwares and has functional pause buttons
Ladies of Rage Ladies of Rage
Woot for another OpenBOR project! And this time, we're pumping in some estrogen. Lots of it. Today, we get Ladies of Rage from open Beats of Rage coder (and first-time compiler) bigmenace
Duke Nukem 3D for PSP pitchfixer For those of us who are currently enjoying portable Duke Nukem 3D action via Sony PlayStation Portable homebrew developer MrPeanut's efforts
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