GripShift Pong - Old school exploiting for the frakking win! And thanks to the GripShift exploit that MaTiAz and FreePlay found (and are still currently working on), we finally have one of the first homebrew games ever on the PSP-3000.
Using the Hello World Sparta SDK exploit from FreePlay and MaTiAz, PSP developer dragula96 (of Tetriabetes fame) released GripShift Pong the other day. As he states, it does indeed "feels wrong when a hello world is not followed by pong," and true enough, he followed it through.
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