There's been quite a handful of homebrew Legend of Zelda clones for the PSP before, and here comes a new one: Zelda: The Return from French PSP coder, darksidious77. This release is just a demo for the full game - a Lua-coded game at that - and it involves another quest to save Princess Zelda.
The story here is that she was kidnapped by Azraal, some crazed sorcerer, and the only way to defeat him is by getting the sword of elements. And to get that, you'll need to collect four elemental jewels, each guarded by, well, their respective elemental guardians, of course!
There's no readme included here, but if you've had Lua experience in the past, you shouldn't have any problems with this. Again, please note that this is the first demo version only.
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