PSPlay - The game now includes:
All the graphics for this game have been improved and there are now indicators so you can tell which note you're playing.
How to install:
Place the "psplay" folder in the "GAME" folder if you have 3.xx/4.xx/5.xx kernel enabled
Place the "psplay" folder in the "GAME" folder
-Game now loads on both Slim and Phat, no need to download a seperate file for each system
-Graphics (menus, backgrounds, etc)
-Indicator (points to the note you're playing)
-For some reason, that last couple releases included a lot of image files that were never used, those have been deleted.
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