PSP audiophiles can now enjoy homebrew developer Sk4T4I Musical Blind Test even more, with the addition of a score system. Other improvements are also added in this release, such as a more streamlined graphical user interface as promised in the game's first version.
Check out the capsule changelog (translated from the homebrew developer's native French by our weblator):
Remodeling of the GUI
Fix some bugs
Optimization of the code (including the generation of random title)
Adding to score achieved
Sk4T4I also disclosed the features that will probably be included in the future updates, one of which is the addition of an option that will let users choose which music folder to use in the game, difficulty levels, and compatibility with other media formats.
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