WARNING:The Load and Save feature don't work. The app will crash if you try. The save/load state with the L and R-trigger works well. It isn't fully working but you can enjoy the bigger canvas and analog support.
+Added seperate menu/game/help/credits screen.
+Added option to change the raster size.
+Added option to change the CPU Speed.
+Added analog stick support.
+Added XMB icon (created by cmbeke)
+Added feature to save and load a savestate (temporary)
+Some GU optimalisation
-Dpad now only moves one pixel at the time so it should be easier to create complex structures.
-Fixed bug #001: You can activate a pixel while running the simulation.
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Crush Crush - Set within a 3D world, players use the game's unique crush mechanic to "crush" the environment and transform it into a more simplified 2D platformer. Once flattened, players utilize the 2D space to move to new areas to solve otherwise impossible challenges, and unlock secret items that were previously unobtainable in the 3D environment
Lua Sudoku Lua Sudoku
Arobase has updated his Sudoku homebrew game for the PSP, to v0.9b. Lua Sudoku is a homebrew game, coded in Lua, in which you have to complete logic based Sudoku puzzles. If your a puzzle fan, this game will keep you entertained for hours (especially with that nice red tinted skin).
Improvements for v0
PuzzleShuffle We can almost say that this homebrew game is a classic.
PuzzleShuffle was first released in 2005 by luckymouse. Approximately one and a half years later, the homebrew developer decided to resurrect the said game and release version 0.2.
PuzzleShuffle is basically a slide puzzle game coded in lua. According to the dev, version 0
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Magic Maze Magic Maze
And a new PSP homebrew developer joins the fold! Ats has taken the classic wooden box 'n ball game "Labyrinth" and used it as his first foray into the world of Lua programming. Right now you can play with up to 4 friends trying to get the ball to the end of the maze
Dementia Level Pack 1 Dementia Level Pack 1
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A couple of days ago, the XtreamLua.com and Gx-MOD.com sites announced the finalists for their XtreamLua/Gx-MOD contest, which showcased several interesting homebrew applications and games for the PSP homebrew community to see, enjoy, and use
Test Your Might Test Your Might
You might remember Dragula96 for his Luamines game (thanks, dude!). Well, he's at it again, and we've just gotten our hands on his latest creation: Test Your Might
Mortal Kombat fans will recognize a lot of the familiar faces Dragula96 used for the skins and sounds (Johhny Cage, lol), but this ain't a fighting game
If puzzles are your thing and you've already tried out the Color Puzzle r1 that we featured just a few days ago, here's another one to satisfy your sweet tooth for solving stuff.
Brought to us by OuiOui, PetSpyr v.0.0.1 is a simple puzzle game really
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