Welcome to Jafe's Hike where you become Jafe, and need to catch butterflies but avoid the bee sting and gopher bites. Well, for this version you only get to catch butterflies. I'll add the bee and the gopher later.
This version does not include sound. Despite the fact that Penguin Scramble is full of sounds, I haven't manage to get any of the pspsdk examples to work and I haven't managed to get the mp3 player library to do anything but crash. It could just be the flakey ETA Beta. So for this version you can bounce (with "X"), catch butterflies (with square), turn on/off the targeting rectangle (with triangle) move left and right (with the arrows), and control the number of butterflies (with up and down arrows).
Butterflies are attracted to Jafe's hair. But can get distracted when they come close. To get the lingering ones, run away, and they'll run straight to you.
Sound efx: missing
Music: the Super Mini Mario programmer (Arguru) says that with 2.6 you can't have multiple sound tracks mixed together yet.
Shot on location in various places."
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