Waywardson's dropped by our PSP Development forums today to release v.1 of Tank Attack. Although there's still only one map avaialable right now for this homebrew game, waywardson says that the tanks can finally die in this one, so check it out. Here's the changelog for this version:
* sounds added
* player1/2 win screen
* main menu
* map selection (more maps comming soon)
There are still a few bugs that need to be fixed in this version of Tank Attack (according to waywardson, right now only the first out of every five bullets causes damage), so if you wanna help out and report a few bugs or have any suggestions on how to improve the game, visit our PSP Development forums. For game controls, read the readme file included in the download.
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Like any good coder slaving hard to improve his work, waywardson is now giving us a really fast update to his Tank Attack PSP homebrew. Bringing it up to version 2, waywardson has "changed some minor stuff in the main menu" and has also "added direction change in the players image." You can check out the new version below