Homebrew developer bumuckl dropped by QJ.NET PSP Development Forum and released a very excellent clone of the successful game franchise Pokemon. This particular iteration is known as Pocketmon Quecksilver and is actually a community project of online site PSPSource.de.
We have to say that this is one of the more immersive homebrew games that we had in months and we really had fun playing it. Staying true to the original Pokemon games, Pocketmon Quecksilver allows you to fight other Pokemon owners as well as visit different establishments such as the Pokemon Health Center and Pokemon Store.
also, we'd like to commend the graphics of this homebrew game especially during Pokemon battles. We can't help but be amused when we see our Pokemon bloody after receiving tremendous beatings from othe Pokemons. With all those said, here are still a couple of features provided by bumuckl:
* Over 15000 lines of Code
* 16 Monsters
* And many more...
Pocketmon Quecksilver comes with Readme.txt and Instructions.pdf files which should provide you with all necessary information in installing and playing this game.
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