Reactor Heads-up, PSP users! We got another homebrew update for you, and this time it's the Reactor v1.2 that's gonna have the limelight. Reactor is a homebrew game made by Kagato (Andrew Carpenter), coded in Lua and works with PSP firmware 1.5, 2.0-2.6.
Basically, you have to eliminate the balls (particles) in the large sphere (the reactor) by bouncing a (proton) ball with the deflector shield. In this particular version, the dev changed the "table iterators for compatibility with LuaPlayer v0.20 or Lua v5.1".
Wanna try it out? Just click on the link below to download this game. To install it, just copy the "Reactor" directory in the zip archive to the "PSP/GAME/luaplayer/Applications" folder in your PSP. Have fun!
Like it? Share with your friends!
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
PSP Bubble v1.0 It appears that PSP developer sauron-le-noir has been bitten by the puzzle game bug
Wordingo v0.6 It's been two years since we last saw Wordingo, but it seems fullerlee, the game's creator, has decided to update the homebrew to make it LuaPlayer2
Droplets Version 1.5 MainIf you played Drakonite/Makeshift Development's last Droplet's game, you'll be pleased that they came up with a new version
Lua Electris Kagato from our forums has released his first homebrew game, Electris, for the PSP
Minesweeper Project description: Here is a Windows Minesweeper clone featuring complete random minefields and includes the same difficulties as the one found on Windows, it also sports the same UI and colors and they work great on the PSP
PSP Minesweeper If you need to get your old school retro game on then check out PSP Minesweeper which has been updated to version 2
BINIAX2PSP v1.0 If you're looking for a puzzle gaming fix that moves beyond Tetris, then homebrew developer deniska's PSP port of BINIAX2 should fit your memory stick like a glove
Comments on Reactor:
Comments not found
If you noted an error or download link is broken, please, report it via this page or use comments.
Please, select device to check if Reactor supports it