Pixel Attack is the latest homebrew game release from coder slicer4ever (of Impact and Celestial Cunning fame) for the Sony PlayStation Portable. The goal of the game is really simple: you are the cyan-colored circle and you just have to avoid all of the falling and bouncing balls.
However, as you can see from the screenshot, the balls you have to avoid are as diminutive as your cyan circle. They also come in Zerg-like numbers so good luck with that.
Use your analog stick to control your movement. If you've grown tired with your cyan circle, you can also change its color to blue, green, red, yellow, purple or white.
For good measure, developer slicer4ever also included the source code. Now, be sure to also check the readme before doing anything. It never hurts to be careful.
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