Hey guys! I got this idea from an iTouch app I saw, thought it was great so I made this. It only took me like 5, 10 minutes to make so its a bit rough around the edges (hence beta release) but I hope you'll bear it until next release.
SonicBoomPSP is a homebrew app that allows you to play a high pitched sound that only people under 20 can hear! Put it under your little brothers bed and watch as he struggles to find it while mom and dad can't hear it at all!
How to use it:
Extract the ZIP file copy the SonicBoomPSP beta folder to your psp.
MSO:>>PSP>>GAME>>SonicBoo mPSP beta
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