PSPokemon - Homebrew coders mrfyda & D4NnY has released PSPokémon, a new Pokémon game clone for the PSP.
This project was started by a group of friends as a small test for the PSP.
Based on our colleagues feedback and our growing curiosity on the platform the game evolved up to a pokémon clone.
How to use:
Analog or D-pad: Movement
X button: Action button
O button: Cancel button
Start: Menu and pause
Installation as an ISO game
*Still lots to be done. Anyone who wants to contribute w/ a translation is welcomed.
Added Spanish Translation
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