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. Players will also need to douse the fires with water to let the penguins pop out of the windows - the player then places a ladder on the window to bring them down. The game currently carries one level with 20 birds to rescue, with graphics being done by Genevois. The background music may also be changed in later updates - keep alert in case a new version is released. As for game controls:
L/R buttons: Shoot water
Analog joystick: Aim water
Triangle: Move ladder up
X: Move ladder down
Square: Move ladder left
Circle: Move ladder right
Start: Pause menu
In the Pause menu:
X: Resume game
Triangle: Return to Start menu
This download is for PSPs running on fw 1.5. To install Who is on Fire? v0.2, download unzip the bundle, and load the two files found in the GAME folder into your PSP's corresponding GAME folder. Enjoy the game.
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