Only one issue I can think of is that I haven't yet added the symbols to dialog buttons. X always acknowledges. In OK/Cancel dialogs, X = OK, O = Cancel.
I haven't given this version extensive testing as I haven't had the time. In particular, I've switched over to using stroked (outline) numerals on cards, and doing so is different on the PSP than other platforms. Hopefully it works ok.
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Who is on Fire? Who is on Fire?
Flaming and penguins appear to be the order of this application we picked up earlier, appropriately named Who is on Fire? v0.2. This Lua-coded homebrew game is a three-man effort by coders Guyver2, Yan2Yan, and Genevese over at the Xtreamlua site.
The object of the game is for players to rescue penguins trapped in a burning building
Polygunwars Changes from last release:*PSP dialogs integrated(message,net,save/load dialogs)*save load game based on profile, gamertag as 360 one*upload high scores/profile suport*view high scores leader boards from psp support*language support
Too. Many. Pong games. They've everywhere. Like rats... or maybe that's just where I live. Either way, XPong has been out since late last year, but TeamOverlord has just now gotten around to making it compatible with 2.60 firmware. In this version of pong, 2 players make use of the buttons on both sides of the PSP to play head-to-head
Metriod: Planets v -2 Metriod: Planets v -2
Nayon has just released v-2 of his Metriod: Planets mod for Super Tux. This game, although sitting at version -2, is shaping up very nicely, and is now compatible with firmware 2.0
Legend of Hyrule: Linkens Quest Legend of Hyrule: Linkens Quest
How much did you enjoy playing with Zion's Legend of Hyrule: Linkens Quest v1.0 when it came out last month? Double that, and that's how much you'll enjoy v2.0
PacMan Pacman is one of the most known and recognisable games all over the world
PSPLBreakout2 PSPLBreakout2 is one of the works of Michael Speck. It is a brick-busting. However, it proposes a number of bonus (and penalty) interesting. As you destroy bricks, bonuses fall slowly. Green, they will give you benefits (bar wider explosive ball, wall ball, preventing the fall in the bottom of the screen, bonus points, extra ball, etc.).
playPSP v1.1 playPSP v1.1
As DGGC92's first homebrew project, playPSP v1.1 is something worth checking out. It's coded in Lua and is the developer's take on Atari's Pong game, but before you start groaning and moaning about how we've seen too many homebrew incarnations of the classic game, listen up.
Not only does playPSP v1.1 have playPong - it's for two players, BTW
Mario Don't Drop the PSP (Homebrew Game) Mario Don't Drop the PSP (Homebrew Game)
Half of the duo who brought us that homebrew game, Hackers Vs. Sony, is back again with yet another interesting creation. DreaDNought informed us here at the QJ labs that he has came up with a new homebrew game called Mario Don't Drop the PSP
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