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FanMate
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FanMate
Version: 1

Platforms: PSP, Mobile Gaming


Categories: Games

Upload date: 21 Nov 11

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License: Freeware

Downloads: 1
File Size: 553 Kb
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FanMate

 Here's a quirky little homebrew game from homebrew developer crait. That's developer crait without a capital C. This new game is called FanMatePSP, the "coolest homebrew out for the PSP."

FanMatePSP is a port of the old FanMate game by MobiMate for Palm Pilots.

I'll probably ruin the quirkiness of the game if I try to describe it, so I'll just copy-paste part of the readme from crait: "This is the coolest homebrew out for PSP! It's a virtual fan that has four different speeds so you can set the coolness to your preference!"

For more information, go through the readme included in the download archive.

 
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