PSP dev and QJ.net member cmbeke has released his port of the classic TI-83/4 calculator game Block Dude.A Check out what he had to say and make sure you check out his thread in the QJ Forums for future updates and to tell him what you think of Block Dude.
"I just finished this up, it is a port of the great game Block Dude from the TI-83/4 calculator. It includes all 11 levels and uses the same passwords as the calculator version. I made this for more practice with luadev and to figure out how to use qOOP by seanpaul223. Use the left and right buttons on the dpad to move, up to climb, and down to lift and drop boxes. To restart a level press the right trigger and press circle to go back to the menu."
Thanks to cmbeke for the release.A Looking forward to more cool brews.
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