We're betting the moment you said more, you didn't actually think it would come this soon. Exactly one week ago, we announced the release of ThrottleX Mod v.2. And what do you know, PSPdemon comes out today with v.3! This time, PSPdemon adds orange glows and vibrant greens, aptly calling the release Neonic World Texture Pack.
ThrottleX v.3 is very easy to install. Just place the images into the resource folder and you are ready to go. The pack contains the following as well: Tiles, Car Skin, Tire Skin, Power Up images, Jet Gauge, Jet Particle and Numbers. Though the game is working a-ok already, minor issues with the sound files are encountered occasionally. According to PSPdemon, the next upgrade would take a while because of this.
ThrottleX v.3 is available for download below. Finally, the developer wishes to thank everyone for their support. Also, PSPdemon would be delighted to hear comments and suggestions from you guys.
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