Homebrew developer Jaklub has been dishing out updates for pet project JPong these past few days. Just like today, the coder dropped by QJ.NET PSP Development Forum and informed us about the release of version 0.6. JPong, for those who haven't tried this before, is yet another iteration of the Atari 1972 classic.
Although just a few things have changed in JPong v0.6, the few modifications certainly had a great impact on gameplay experience. Take a look at this changelog as provided by Jaklub:
* Some minor graphical changes
* Yoshi and Tricky mix in obstacles selecting
* Four backgrounds
The obstacles feature puts different blockades between the two players. For this version, the coder decided to include the character Yoshi and another one called Tricky Mix that should prove to be the hardest of all obstacles. Jaklub also seems to pay homage to Atari as he has made the company's logo as one of the available backgrounds.
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