Durante let us know about his newest creation for the PSP, named Crystalise, which was written in Lua with some specific parts written in C. Crystalise includes some amazing graphics, sounds and music with a very unique style of gameplay. You play as Alis, and your mission is make the Crysts neutral. This game includes several gameplay features including a turbo bar, time bar and Nbombs.
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Santa's Present Quest Nless you live in an awfully candy-coated world where purples and pinks abound, and everyone acts like they're on happy pills or something, you've probably been exposed to the harsh truth that Santa does not exist
Who is on Fire? (CFW OE) Who is on Fire? (CFW OE)
The moment we found the homebrew game Who is on Fire?, we had to try it immediately. In this game, players take on the role of a fireman and the objective is to save as many penguins as possible from a burning establishment.
Who is on Fire? was created by three developers, namely section, Yan2Yan, and Genevois, over at XtreamLua.com
BunnyTetris BunnyTetris- Homebrew developer Arnaud (aka NoRiGoLo) dropped by today and released BunnyTetris v2.94.
As you are all aware, several coders have come up with different kinds of Tetris game in the past but it's always good to have some options.
Despite the version number in this release, take note that this is actually the first time the program's publicly released
Bomberman Arena Bomberman Arena
For those of you who have played and enjoyed ShUr1k3n's homebrew game, Bomberman v0.5, and are wondering whether you'll get any upudates on it, well the answer is yes.
ShUr1k3n has finally released a better version of his PSP copy of the startegic, maze-based computer and video game. This time out, the game sports a new name: Bomberman Arena v0.8
(Unofficial) Cave Story demo About a year ago, Variant Interactive let out word that they were developing a PSP version of Cave Story - the PC sidescrolling adventure game that was initially released as freeware by developer Daisuke Amaya (aka Pixel)
Catch a $ Catch a $
Omar_omar2 has released his first Lua game for the PSP called Catch a $. We downloaded it and tried it ourselves. Its actually fun and the controls are very simple. Using the D-pads to control the image of a PSP console located at the bottom of the screen
Deal or No Deal (CFW 3.xx) Deal or No Deal (CFW 3.xx)
Those who've been with QJ.NET for quite some time now might remember the old homebrew game released by coder AdePSP called Deal or No Deal. Needless to explain, this is a port of the game show that became a phenomenon around the world.
The last version of that specific game was only compatible for PSP firmwares 2.0, 2.01, 2.5, and 2