Homebrew developer Zora_182 dropped by QJ.NET PSP Development Forum and released the first full version of the game Funky Kong. When this particular creation was originally released back in November 2007, note that it was still on beta.
Funky Kong, just like its name implies, is based on the classic arcade video game title Donkey Kong. But instead of keeping the game consistent with its previous iterations, Zora_182 decided to add several changes and turn Funky Kong into a side scroller.
Those who've tried the beta version of the game will be happy to know that there are a lot of improvements incorporated with Funkey Kong v1.00. The full changelog is as follows:
* More Levels: Boss battle load
* Music: prites appears smoother
* GFX: Password option in Menu
* Boss Battles: Many Bugs where fixed.
Funky Kong v1.00 comes with its own Readme.txt file so be sure to browse through that before doing anything. It should provide you with important information about installation and usage.
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