PSP Homebrew: Puzzle Square 2.0 - More Puzzles and Bugfixes! - Like the old school thrill of jigsaw puzzles? This homebrew game by Chus could be just what you're looking for!
Whether you love them or hate them, we've all had some experience with jigsaw puzzles. You put the pieces in the right places, and eventually you'll be greeted with a pleasant cardboard image for your efforts. Puzzle Square 2.0 brings that experience straight to your PSP screen! Players start with an assortment of tiles and must arrange them in the right order before the timer runs out. As part of the major version jump there are 36 new video game-themed puzzles to attempt, as well as some tinier bugfixes and improvements. See the full changelog below!
36 new puzzles spread over 3 levels (Topic of Video Games).
Intelligent placement of parts.
Language selection Removed (now automatic).
Small changes in the menu.
Option New Game or Continue.
Puzzles Shows that we have completed.
Removed a piece can not move when it is in its right place.
Removed HOME button lock.
A built-in MP3 Music Player.
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