Butterball 360, Pox, and Ragable have just come out with the alpha version of the PSPHacking101 LUA game POXMAN. Similar to a game game of tag, POXMAN features two movable players that are controlled with either the D-pad for the face buttons. In the future, they plan to incorporate wireless play, a scoring system, cheat codes, and the ability to select between different characters. Although the developers themselves said this was released was a little rushed, you can be sure that an even better version will be released soon!
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