If you've been keeping yourself updated on the homebrew games we feature (AND constantly update) here in QJ, you'll never complain about being bored with your PSPs. Oh yes, sounds like we're bragging but it is true yenno, we really do make sure that we live up to the 'updates' in "pspupdates" to bring you the latest buzz on anything and everything that has to do with your beloved handhelds.
Anyway, enough with the wooing, we're here 'coz Rerofumi, the same guy who brought us the Jpegbook and TextIndexMaker, has posted up a new block game called TCGS Block, where the goal is basically to break through the lined up blocks by bouncing your balls strategically on the paddle. And to make things more fast-paced, you can release and use multiple balls to break through the blocks and progress through all 10 levels.
The game actually reminds us of a PC game from the yesteryears but we just can't remember what it's called. Anyway, for game controls, you use the up/down button to move the paddle, the circle button for shooting balls, and the L/R buttons to speed up the paddle.
This version currently has only one background image and two tracks for the background music but we expect Rerofumi will be adding some stuff soon if the feedback's all good. Check out the game for yourself by clicking on the download link below. Go on and unleash those multiple balls!
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